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Sean Mac Erlaine: Long After The Music Is Gone and This Is How We Fly

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The common denominator between these two CDs is Dublin-based multi-reedman/composer Seán Mac Erlaine, one of the most progressive musicians in Ireland today. Equally at home in contemporary jazz, free improvisation or traditional/modern Irish folk settings, Mac Erlaine has been a leading figure in Irish experimental music for a decade. As one of the curators of the ...

Let You In

Label: Playing With Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: Let You In; Dark Skies; I Surrender; Paranoia; Moment In The Sun; The Linerbord; Allt Är Bra Nu; Before The Flood; Victory, At Last.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Elin Larsson Group: Let You In

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Darkness and light are two recurring themes of life in Sweden. In winter, it is a dark unforgiving land. When spring and summer finally arrive, Sweden blooms and bursts into life like few other countries can.Potentially a love letter to the joys of spring, the opener (and title track) of Let You In, the ...

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Released: 2012
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