"....it combines the elements of many musics - jazz, rock, salsa, world music of various kinds to create an effective whole. The members of BeebleBrox have succeeded in creating their own sound. You can hear many influences in their music, but they don't sound quite like anyone else." -Shawn Woodyard, Different Beat, Indianapolis
"....the tunes incorporate an exceptional level of creativity, both in terms of composition and instrumentation...." -Dave McElfresh, Cadence Magazine
"Unlike most contemporary jazz groups, BeebleBrox's compositions are expressionistic and refreshingly off the beaten path, integrating jazz, rock, classical and Latin elements." -JazzTimes
"Another mind opening experience can be found at the hands of BeebleBrox on Dominant Domain. Though you might expect a creative and even humorous edge from a band named for the two-headed galactic president in the sci-fi classic The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy, it's hard to prepare for the uniquely detailed arrangements offered here.... This unusual, Indianapolis-by-the-way -of-Germany band has been at it for 15 years - and the experience shows in their sublime detail and super-tight execution." -JazzTimes, June 1999
1) Quiet Earth
2) Homer Simpson
3) The Third Passenger
4) Tell Me Your Stories
5) Dominant Domain
6) Now What?
7) Paul's Vesper - Schnell!
8) A German In New York
9) Half Past Forever
10) Raw Material
BeebleBrox was first formed in Albstadt, Germany in 1983 by Peter Kienle. After teaming up with Monika Herzig in 1988, Kienle moved the group to the United States.
BeebleBrox has been featured in prestigious jazz magazines including JAZZIZ, Jazz Times, and Cadence.
The success of BeebleBrox' seven albums and their steady festival and club work has led to appearances in major venues with Sting, Santana, Diana Ross, Bette Midler, Tower of Power, and the Dixie Dregs, and to regular performances in major regional music festivals.
©1998 ACME Records
Label: ACME Records
Monika Herzig: Grand Piano, Keyboards
Peter Kienle: Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Guitar Synth
Bob Berg: Tenorsax (tracks 1, 3, & 7)
Tom Clark: Saxes, Flute
Jack Helsley: Electric and Acoustic Bass
Paul Surowiak: Drums
Ron Brinson: Drums (tracks 1, 3, & 7)
Jeff Nearpass: Marimba, Percussion (track 8)