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Losing Stones, Collecting Bones

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. My Best Friend Is a Dancer; 02. Hello Walt; 03. Ashes to Ashes; 04. Everyone Live Their Life; 05. Medicine Waltz; 06. Take Me Over; 07. Torch-Fishing; 08. Bear; 09. Can I Come Home Now; 10. Kung Fu Boys; 11. Don't Walk Another Mile

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In the Country: Losing Stones, Collecting Bones

Read "Losing Stones, Collecting Bones" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nell'entropico compenetrarsi dei linguaggi musicali, che il classico piano trio della tradizione jazzistica si incroci sempre più strettamente con i toni crepuscolari di un certo folk e pop è movimento abbastanza naturale. Se a questo aggiungiamo la mai nascosta preferenza di molti musicisti e ascoltatori europei per proposte in cui a emergere siano le componenti melodiche ...

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In the Country: Losing Stones, Collecting Bones

Read "Losing Stones, Collecting Bones" reviewed by John Kelman

Leaving behind the staid piano trio tradition, In the Country broke new ground in 2005 with its Rune Grammofon debut, This Was the Pace of My Heartbeat. Unlike the more assertive Bad Plus and the generally more refined EST, this Norwegian trio managed to create a new paradigm for Grammofon's first self-described “jazz" record, one that ...

Losing Stones, Collecting Bones

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2006
Track listing: My Best Friend Is a Dancer; Hello Walt; Ashes to Ashes; Everyone Live Their Life; Medicine Waltz; Take Me Over; Torch-Fishing; Bear; Can I Come Home Now; Kung Fu Boys; Don't Walk Another Mile.


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