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Boomkat Product Review:
In 1960, an astonishing jazz ensemble was convened by Swiss pianist George Gruntz to create a soundtrack for the Hannes Schmidhauser film Mental Cruelty. The group included bebop innovator Kenny 'Klook' Clarke on drums and Belgian saxophonist Barney Wilen, two of the most swinging and sensitive musicians on the planet. Though the dark, lyrical, mysterious soundtrack was initially released on a 10-inch EP, legal difficulties led to its being recalled, and the few copies that were sold became incredibly valuable collectors items. Now, for the first time, the session is issued in its full glory, including several previously unreleased tracks. One of the rarest European jazz records (only 100 copies on planet earth).