Jazzthing – September 2020 – Reinhard Köchl about “Wherever You Roam”

“The three wind instruments and the drums burrow through the branched, delicate arrangements like moles, layering polyphonic overlays on top of each other in brass-band style and allowing each other enough room for improvisation. Anyone who would have thought that the idea of tenor saxophonist Beierbach and his fellow players to build a monument to the master would eventually be exhausted is disappointed by “Wherever You Roam” in a pleasant way. Once again, four ardent Dylan fans put all their heart and soul and their creative potential into the project. The Nobel Prize is hardly ever awarded for this, but perhaps the long overdue attention.”
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