Klangspur Studio ‎– klangspur 16
CD, Album


1 Seven Steps Down To Earth 12:20
2 Hot Stuff 06:33
3 Alpine Childhood 09:21
4 Three Steps Are Not Enough 08:11
5 Little Dreamer 07:34
6 Afrotic 05:59
7 Never Ending 07:27
8 Arirang 06:24


Repress of the 1st edition from 2005 at a new label, including minor sound improvements

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  • Barcode: 9120024710165

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July 25, 2015

Impressive expressions
World instruments, rhythms, combine to make world music in latest CD by Comin & Goin
[...] Comin & Goin‘s latest album, Xpressed Impressions is an eight-song, sixty-four-minute smorgasbord that is sure to satisfy the most refined listening palate. Mixing various instruments with vocals that compliment but never aggressively attempt to dominate tracks, Comin & Goin appeases senses as masterfully as the finest of chefs. […] Xpressed Impressions closes with an original arrangement by Dong-Won Kim of Arirang, the most lionized Korean folk song of all time. Infusing the majestic lyrics with the western saxophone proves once again that Comin & Goin is worthy and deserving of prominent placement on the shelves of “World Music.“
Music Review by Layne Bittner in Korean Quaterly, Summer 2006, Vol 9, No. 04

I gave it a listen, and I really like the music a lot. The band sounds great and the music is very engaging. I particularly like the moods and colors you establish in each piece. Klaus sounds great on the sitar! Congrats on a wonderful project. I bet you will do well with this.
Bob Mintzer, New York City/USA; entry in the guestbook from 2006/06/08
[Note: Bob Mintzer is a saxophone player and bandleader of the New York group "Yellow Jackets“]

Thank you for sending your CD. I have listened to it and have added it to the playlist of Joyous Noise Radio. It is a wonderful CD, and I enjoy it very much. I am in fact featuring your CD on the Radio right now, and will play it non-stop for the next few days, then it will just go into the normal rotation. [...] Thank you again for your contribution to the world of music.
John Madill, Joyous Noise Music, Maryland/USA; Mail from 2006/06/05