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Estrogenia by Anna Jalkéus

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Album Title: Estrogenia
Self-released
Released: 2018
Duration: 01:06:00

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Hand me a fruit pastille, this is "Swedish-American Avant Rock-laden Lushcore Euro Dream Jazz." Suck it and see. #ForGuysWhoDon'tListenWhenWomenMakeSenseMakeThemListenToThis

About the Album

Woman made "Swedish-American Avant Rock-laden Lushcore Euro Dream Jazz" written for voice and harp, two saxophones, guitar, piano, bass and drums. Estrogenia is a feminist superheroine created by Jalkéus. This is the title track from Anna Jalkéus Group's debut album Estrogenia, composed by singer-harpist Anna Jalkéus. In the words of Devon "Doc" Wendell, LA Jazz Scene "Anna Jalkeus has carved her way onto the jazz/fusion world with her distinct band and sound of her own. Her debut album Estrogenia is a journey inside the artist. It’s not linear or simple. It’s a thought-provoking work of art" (...) "Estrogenia is a compelling debut recording by a fascinating artist and equally compelling group. This is original jazz at its best."

Song Listing

Prologue; Mononucleosis; Skogsråets Dans; Time Is Running Out; Ma'a Salama; Above; Jupiter; Vintgar Gorge; The Other Way; Estrogenia

Personnel

Anna Jalkéus
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Anna Jalkéus: Voice, Harp, Compositions; Aaron Dutton: Alto/Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Melodica(7); Garrett Wingfield: Tenor/Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet; Ethan Stalbaum: Electric Guitar; Gregory Santa Croce: Piano, Melodica(3); Aaron Holthus: Upright/Electric Bass; John Sturino: Drum Set; Zach Yaholkovsky: Background Vocals(2)

Date featured

April 15, 2019

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