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Orange Slice (20th Anniversary Recording)
Smackgirl (10the Anniversary Recording)

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released August 21, 2020

Orange Slice (2000) For 3 Trumpets, 2 Pianos/Hammond Organs, 2 Bass Guitars and 2 Drums

Composed by David Dramm

Performed by Steamboat Switzerland Extended

Dominik Blum (Piano, Hammond Organ, Analog Synth)
Tamriko Kordzaia (Piano, Hammond Organ, Synth)
Pete Wilson (Bass Guitar)
Marino Pliakas (Bass Guitar)
Lucas Niggli (Drums)
Peter Conradin Zumthor (Drums)
Lukas Thoeni (Trumpet)
Yannick Barman (Trumpet)
Matthias Spillmann (Trumpet)

Recorded by Mikel Le Roy (Studio Le Roy, Amsterdam, NL), Willy Strehler (Studio Klangdach, Guntershausen bei Aadorf, CH), Matthias Urech (Groovefactory, Bern, CH)
Orange Slice was commissioned by November Music and published by Donemus
Première: 11.2000 Den Bosch (NL)

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Smackgirl (2010) For Violinist with Two Kick Drums

Composed by David Dramm

Performed by Diamanda La Berge Dramm

Recorded and Mixed by Joeri Saal (Studio 150, Amsterdam, NL)
Video by Darren Carter

Smackgirl was written for Diamanda La Berge Dramm with financial support from Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten
Première: 5.2010, Boston, US

Original Art Design: Ed de Wild
Layout Design: Jos Kleij

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David Dramm Amsterdam, Netherlands

The international press dubbed David Dramm an ‘American iconoclast.’ The Dutch press describe his music as ‘the ground- breaking terrain between Charles Ives, Jimi Hendrix and Lou Reed.’ His omnivorous vocal music output led the newspaper Trouw to proclaim him ‘The King of Song.’ ... more

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