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Remote Location

Label: Sunny Sky
Released: 2013
Track listing: Remote Location; Secrets at Earth; Citizen Sitting Zen; Uno Danzoen La Cocina; Charlottesville; Dunegrass; Woods at Night; Waking; BalkeLero; Don't Miss the Signs; Movement for Motian.

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Scott McLemore: Remote Location

Read "Remote Location" reviewed by John Kelman


While musicians relocate all the time, moving from the vibrant New York scene to more remote environs might seem an odd choice. After eight years in NYC playing with artists including guitarist Ben Monder and saxophonist Tim Berne, drummer Scott McLemore relocated with wife Sunna Gunnlaugs to her native Iceland following the pianist's decade-plus American stay. ...

Album

Remote Location

Label: Sunny Sky
Released: 2012
Track listing: Remote Location; Secrets of Earth; Citizen Sitting Zen; Una Danza En La Cocina; Charlottesville; Dunegrass; Woods At Night; Waking; Balkelero; Don't Miss the Signs; Movement for Motian.

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Waking

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Label: Sunny Sky
Released: 2012
Duration: 07:41

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Scott McLemore: Remote Location

Read "Remote Location" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


A change of scenery is a change of sound. At least, this seems to be case with the Virginia-born drummer Scott McLemore, who has been a vital presence on the music scene in New York, but now is part of the significantly smaller, but nevertheless bourgeoning Icelandic jazz community.When McLemore released Found Music on ...


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