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Brotzmann FMP reissues (or pirate copies)?

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I received an email from Jazz Loft yesterday, who is selling the following Brotzmann FMP reissues:

Tschus (Brotzmann/Van Hove/Bennink) FMP 0230

http://www.jazzloft.com/p-54630-tschus.aspx

Ein Halber Hund Kann Nicht Pinkeln (Brotzmann/Bennink) FMP 0420

http://www.jazzloft.com/p-54629-ein-halber-hund-kann-nicht-pinkeln.aspx

The odd thing is that the label information is listed as Cien Fuegos, from Austria. I imagine that these are pirate copies, and not officially reissued by FMP (through licensing). Is this correct?

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Legit. If you are interested in Broetzmann, check his website where these are listed!

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I'm pretty excited about them, but I need to find another source to buy them from.

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The issues seem to be legit. You can make your own judgement on Jazz Loft. :rolleyes:

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Hi, from Destination: OUT. Fwiw, the FMP download store we are running (in full cooperation with Jost/FMP) will have this Bennink duo (FMP 0420) up for sale later in the fall. Realize downloads are not for everyone, but FLAC is one of the file options, so. And, it's been remastered.

Apologies for the sales pitch, but it seemed a propos. The store link is: http://destination-out.bandcamp.com. Thanks a lot.

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Nice site! For me, these FLAC downloads are the way to go.

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Hi, from Destination: OUT. Fwiw, the FMP download store we are running (in full cooperation with Jost/FMP) will have this Bennink duo (FMP 0420) up for sale later in the fall. Realize downloads are not for everyone, but FLAC is one of the file options, so. And, it's been remastered.

Apologies for the sales pitch, but it seemed a propos. The store link is: http://destination-out.bandcamp.com. Thanks a lot.

LeDrew, thanks for hopping on board, especially for that bandcamp page. I think you may have been the one to turn me on to the bandcamp page a while back on a different forum. When my computer got its bookmarks cleaned out, I tried to remember all the spots I'd tagged to return, but that Destination: Out page was one I had forgotten about. Very glad to have been reintroduced to it. Putting that stuff up on bandcamp where we can stream it to decided before buying is just smart. I'm not a huge fan of the general sound many of those albums have, but I am always hopeful that if I give a certain musician/sound/album enough opportunities to meet my ear half way, that a connection will be made.

I'm very excited to listen through the albums on that bandcamp page and try to find a couple to give a permanent home in my itunes library.

Cheers.

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