This is not an album by the German group Reform, but by the Swedish group Reform. Visit their page at http://www.lastfm.se/music/reform+sweden
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Reform was formed in 1998 as a Jam Band playing tunes from Miles Davis’ 1969-1975 period and original music. Reform has throughout the years served as a musicians collective and has gone through many shapes.
Uncut & Lo-Fi is exactly what it is called. Spontaneous & In The Moment could have been an alternative name. This is the fifth album. This live album captures the atmosphere on a Reform concert very accurately. Everything can happen.
Magnus Ramel: Keyboards
Johan Klaeson: Guitar
Jesper Bergman: Bass
Alvaro Fernández Gaviria: Harmonica 2,4,5,7
Peter Åkerberg: Guitar
Åke Eriksson: Drums 1,2,6, percussion 4,5
Anders Bergman: Drums 3,4,5, percussion 1,2,6,7
Janne Kullhammar: Drums 7
Jonas Redmo (Judas Retro): Harmonica 1,3,6
They appreciate Soft Machine, Nucleus, Grateful Dead (in fact, all the other Bay Area bands from that period), Phish, Wasa Express, Träd Gräs och Stenar, Kullrusk, Mahavishnu Orchestra and, especially, Miles Davis’ music from 1969 - 1975. In concert they play some Miles numbers, for example Great Expectations, It’s About That Time, Billy Preston, What If/Sivad, Moja1…
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