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A Dream I Used To Remember

Label: Loyal Label
Released: 2010
Track listing: A Dream I Used To Remember; Canada; Swimming Back Into The Picture; Anchor Lane Parade; Windswept; Steam And Bells; Sleepy Rush; The Good Eye; September And Starry Eyed; Sunroad.

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Opsvik & Jennings: A Dream I Used To Remember

Read "A Dream I Used To Remember" reviewed by Robert Iannapollo


Over the past five years, bassist Eivind Opsvik has gained a considerable reputation around New York as a strong, resourceful jazz bassist. He's been tapped by the likes of Tony Malaby, Paul Motian and Kris Davis for their groups. His own ensemble Overseas (currently Malaby, Kenny Wollesen and Jacob Sacks), with three albums to date, has ...

Album

A Dream I Used To Remember

Label: Loyal Label
Released: 2009
Track listing: A Dream I Used To Remember; Canada; Swimming Back into the Picture; Anchor Lane Parade; Windswept; Steam and Bells; Sleepy Rush; The Good Eye; September and Starry-eyed; Sunroad.

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Opsvik & Jennings: A Dream I Used To Remember

Read "A Dream I Used To Remember" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


The inventive duo of Opsvik and Jennings continue to adhere to the adage of “have imagination, will travel." Like architects in sound, melody, and composition, multi-instrumentalists Eivind Opsvik from Oslo, Norway and Aaron Jennings, from Tulsa Oklahoma, artfully blend technology (electronics, software) and acoustic instruments (including bass, drums, banjo, guitar) to create unique constructs that are ...

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Opsvik & Jennings: A Dream I Used To Remember

Read "A Dream I Used To Remember" reviewed by Troy Collins


With each succeeding album more impressive than the last, the chamber-pop duo Opsvik & Jennings have released their finest record to date with A Dream I Used To Remember. The third release from Norwegian bassist Eivind Opsvik and Oklahoma-born guitarist Aaron Jennings follows Floyel Files (NCM East, 2005) and Commuter Anthems (Rune Grammofon, 2007). Although their ...


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