Compilation - Morning . Noon . Evening . Night
First time I hold two of the above showed albums
in my hands, I thought "What an ambitious undertaking!".
Dagobert Böhm's label Ozella Music has released four compilation
albums at once. Dagobert Böhm who is well-known in Germany under his
stage-name Dago had received unsolicited
material by musical colleagues. His first idea to make a compilation
album was soon replaced by the inspiration to develop a bigger
- Noon - Evening - Night", four albums with changing moods
following the rhythm of a day. Some
of the tracks were taken from already released albums, but most of the
tunes are especially played in for this project.
album contains more than one hour professional instrumental music. The
collection album "Morning" presents foremost acoustic guitar
and violin music which can be assigned to new age or ambient music.
The nearly complete abandonment of electronically equipment (some
keyboards music in the background is the exception) mediates a natural
unplugged effect. The only break is Gerold Kukulenz "Miles
High" who is playing with keyboards, samples and programming. All
pieces are smooth and unobtrusive. The character of the whole album is
contemplative and all artists respect it. In U.S.A. Nick Francis'
representing this kind of music.
played instrument on the second compilation album "Noon" is
again the acoustic guitar. The variety of styles pitches from the
groovy Gypsy-like "Gute Laune?" by Rangin over the lyrical
epic "Weites Land" by Wanderer to the more up tempo
propulsive "InterCityExpress" by Trio Bravo. Overall the
music is peaceful and soothing.
if you are sitting in your garden smelling the fresh air of the late
summer day, just laid back and listen to this relaxing music.