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e.s.t. live in london

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: CD1: Tide of Trepidation; Eighty-Eight Days in My Veins; Viaticum; Mingle in the Mincing-Machine; In the Tail of Her Eye; The Unstable Table & the Infamous Fable. CD2: When God Created the Coffeebreak; Behind the Yashmak; Believe, Beleft, Below; Spunky Sprawl.

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Article: Album Review

Esbjorn Svensson Trio: e.s.t. live in london

Read "e.s.t. live in london" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Ten years on from the tragic death of Esbjörn Svensson, it's easy to forget just how ground-breaking e.s.t. was. Its seamless embrace of jazz, pop, rock and electronics aesthetics brought CD sales and a following more typical of successful pop acts. It was also the first European jazz band on the cover of Downbeat. Easy to ...

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e.s.t. live in London

Featuring the music of Esbjorn Svensson
Duration: 0:36

The release of this album marks a poignant moment: the tenth anniversary of the tragic and premature death of Esbjorn Svensson on 14 June 2008. It was recorded at a completely sold-out Barbican Centre in 2005, during a hugely successful and highly popular UK tour. It is e.s.t. at the peak of their creativity touring after the release of their to-date best selling album “Viaticum”.
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Article: Album Review

Esbjorn Svensson Trio: e.s.t. live in london

Read "e.s.t. live in london" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Let's get the obligatory background recap out of the way first. The Esbjorn Svensson Trio was a one-of-a-kind outfit, their DNA encompassing an amorphous pop-classical-jazz-tronica mix that made all those things co-exist so naturally it was almost unnatural. For all their bold experimentalism in disregarding genres, sculpting song structures and often integrating processed sounds into the ...

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Esbjorn Svensson Trio: e.s.t. live in london

Read "e.s.t. live in london" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


In the ten years since the Esbjörn Svensson Trio came to a tragic end, a handful of piano trios have shown a trace of promise in becoming successors to the eclectic pianist's group. Capturing the raw energy that coalesced jazz, classical, rock, and technique in their unique way has been elusive. Since Svensson's accidental death in ...


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