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full album with 14 tracks
you can listen to two tracks for free

01. Your Love Is Like Kryptonite (John Hébert) 07:56
02. Ewok (Friedrich / Hébert / Moreno) 02:42
03. Prélude No 6 (Federico Mompou) 05:45
04. Sonnet (Juergen Friedrich) 05:47
05. Resistance (John Hébert) 04:43
06. Bittersuite (Juergen Friedrich) 05:11
07. Three Sides To Every Story (Tony Moreno) 02:52
08. Waiting For You (John Hébert) 03:24
09. Hohle Gasse (Juergen Friedrich) 02:21
10. Picture Puzzle (Juergen Friedrich) 07:25
11. An den kleinen Radioapparat (Hanns Eisler) 11:02
12. Dachau (Friedich / Hébert / Moreno) 03:09
13. Farewell (Juergen Friedrich) 01:08
14. A Medida Paixao (Lenine) 04:06

Juergen Friedrich - piano
John Hébert - bass
Tony Moreno - drums

recorded by Christian Heck @ Loft / Cologne
mixed by Hrolfur Vagnsson


released December 31, 2003

"Resistance is one of the most brilliant piano-trio records in a long time. Exquisite conversations about cleverly composed themes, no empty demonstrations of technique but rather music with a purpose, free and tonal at the same time, conservative and simultaneously reaching for the unknown. It couldn’t be better. For interpretation and sound: five stars (out of five)"
Stephan Richter, Fonoforum

"On their new record ‚Resistance’, pianist Juergen Friedrich, bassist John Hebert and percussionist Tony Moreno make music as sensitively and interactively as only the world’s best can. Whether it’s a ballad or the rapidly pulsating "Sonnet”: at all times, three equal musicians communicate with each other. Even in their three solo pieces, each musician plays so creatively that it seems as if his instrument is talking to itself."
Werner Stiefele, Stereoplay

"Musically abstract and ingeniously composed, but at the same time sensual, earthy and elegant." Martin Laurentius, jazzthing

"Piece for piece, Friedrich, Hebert and Moreno invent the piano trio anew on their CD Resistance. It is surprising how brilliantly they immerse themselves in each different composition and question ostensible constants of trio music such as expression or instrumentation and develop them from scratch. In doing so, the pieces follow an inner logic which forms the variety into unity. Democracy lives in this group, not only in their unpretentious name but in their music."
Stefan Arndt, Jazzthetik



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