born on 25/5/1953 in Melsungen, Hessen, Germany
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In 1994 Lauer joined the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and replaced Charlie Mariano, and is also a member of the Hamburg NDR Radio Orchestra.
- Christof Lauer (CMP Records)
- Bluebells (CMP Records)
- Blues In Mind (Act Records)
- Fragile Network (Act Records)
- With Kudsi Erguner
- Ottomania: Sufi-Jazz-Project (Act Records)
- With the Eric Watson Quartet
- Road Movies (2004), Act
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