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Heartcore

Label: The Leaf Label
Released: 2008
Track listing: Pony; The Way Things Go; Bird; I Can't Tell In His Eyes; Doubt/Hope; A Story From A Chair; The Battle In Water; The Ones That Should Save Me Get Me Down; Lost Love; The Window; Nakina; We Hold Each Other Song.

Heartcore

Label: Ghodzilla Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Pony; 02. The Way Things Go; 03. Bird; 04. I Can't Tell In His Eyes; 05. Doubt/Hope; 06. A Story From A Chair; 07. The Battle In Water; 08. The Ones That Should Save Me Get Me Down; 09. Lost Love; 10. The Window; 11. Nakina; 12. We Hold Each Other Song.

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Wildbirds and Peacedrums: Heartcore

Read "Heartcore" reviewed by John Eyles

Wildbirds and Peacedrums is a Swedish duo that combines Mariam Wallentin's voice and Andreas Werlin's drums into a fresh, heady brew that is part pop, part improvisstion, part tribalism. Although sparingly augmented by other instruments on Heartcore, the combination of voice and drums never feels too sparse; the twosome has perfectly tailored their material to their ...

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Wildbirds & Peacedrums: Heartcore

Read "Heartcore" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Sono una piacevole e inaspettata sorpresa dal sempre fervido mondo musicale scandinavo Mariam Wallentin e Andreas Werliin, moglie e marito, voce e batteria, Wildbirds & Peacedrums, complici di una proposta musicale che setaccia con originale visione narrativa un bel po' di quelle musiche che ci piacciono tanto e che, a occhio e croce, devono essere anche ...

Heartcore

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2003
Track listing: Heartcore; Blue Line; All the Way to Rajasthan; Your Vision/ Interlude/ Our Secret World; Dream/Memory?; Love in the Modern World; Dcba//>>; Thought About You; Tone Poem.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kurt Rosenwinkel: Heartcore

Read "Heartcore" reviewed by Eddie Becton

Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel serves vibrant, electric rhythms on Heartcore, bringing along a septet of talented musicians for the task. Rosenwinkel gets to the heart of the matter on the title track with a fusion-laced beat. He plays around the tempo of a funky drum machine with a deep bass pattern. Mark Turner's saxophone blasts high notes ...

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Kurt Rosenwinkel: Heartcore

Read "Heartcore" reviewed by Matt Merewitz

It took long enough, but guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel has outdone himself on Heartcore, co-produced with hip-hopper Q-Tip. Fans of his seemingly ancient 2001 release The Next Step will love Heartcore for its continuity in the “Rosenwinkelian” vein of brashly inventive and original melodies and harmonies (enhanced by ambient noise and the simultaneous echo of his voice ...


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