Terminal A "Transcontinental - Live"

Terminal A "Transcontinental - Live"


Terminal A
Transcontinental - Live
The Story
[NOTE: DVD is in the European PAL format. In the U.S., you may be able to play in your computer's DVD/CD drive - check your system.] Jurgen Knautz (bass), Eddy Teger (keys), Marco Bussi (drums) and Peter Autschbach (guitar) make up Terminal A - a fusion unit that blends electric and acoustic guitars, exotic percussion and tons of fusion experience on their concert DVD "Transcontinental - Live", the companion to their CD, "Transcontinental".

On November 11, 2006, Terminal A did a concert at the Jazzclub Henkelmann in

Iserlohn, Germany. This performance was recorded using four videocameras and 24-track digital sound. The date of the concert was a lucky choice because of the following reasons: Terminal A had one concert each day prior to the recorded performance, the club has exactly the right size, and the audience was a really nice crowd, which brought the right atmosphere. Thanks a lot for the support!

The new DVD "Transcontinental - Live", by Peter Autschbach's Terminal A, offers exciting listening pleasure and virtuosic guitar playing to the listener, plus polished compositions, outstanding interaction amongst the

musicians and a host of sounds and moods. Peter Autschbach plays acoustic guitars, a Frame Works nylon string frame guitar, a guitar synthesizer (Roland VG-88) and an E guitar. The musical journey covers European-imbued jazz, broad sound landscapes, flowing South American rhythms and blues and fusion from North America. Percussionists Ramesh Shotham and Michael Nuchtern add a perfect exotic flair.

Special DVD features include: Slide Show ("On Tour"), PCM Stereo.

Additional Facts
The DVD includes the songs "Montevideo", "Peter's Intro", "Transcontinental", "Mind The Gap", "A Trip To Belfast", "Ramesh's Intro", "Strange Vacation", "Dophins", "Fairy Tale", "Vamos Intro", "Varios Amigos", "Eddy's Intro", "Back Home", "Chasing The Beat", "Lost In The Kelp Jungle", "Brazilian Air" and "Santama".