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The Ground

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Tears Transforming; Being There; Twins; Curtains Aside; Colours of Mercy; Sentiment; Kneeling Down; Reach Out and Touch It; Edges of Happiness; Interlude; Token of Tango; The Ground

Album

The Ground

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Tears Transforming; Being There; Twins; Curtains Aside; Colours of Mercy; Sentiment; Kneeling Down; Reach Out and Touch It; Edges of Happiness; Interlude; Token of Tango; The Ground.

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Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

Read "The Ground" reviewed by Ollie Bivens


Sure to be on many best of lists, The Ground is helping point the way forward for jazz music worldwide. The eleven chamber jazz tracks, all composed by Gustavsen, never stray far from blues and gospel music chords and voicings, and they produce a bountiful buffet. The piano trio adds a bit of Satie ("Tears Transforming"), ...

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Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

Read "The Ground" reviewed by Eric J. Iannelli


ECM considers pianist Tord Gustavsen to be the least “Nordic" of the several Norwegian artists on its roster. This is because his compositions, while typically pensive and austere, have also endeavored to incorporate the deepest roots of jazz in Afro-American blues and gospel. Musical and philosophical sophistication commingles with raw emotion and lyrical melodies, creating a ...

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Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

Read "The Ground" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen became something of a rock star in his own country after Changing Places (ECM, 2003) came out two years ago. The fact that a jazz record--particularly such a mellow, understated one--could rise above a mess of mass-market pop came as a surprise to just about everyone involved, but I guess it's a ...

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Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

Read "The Ground" reviewed by John Kelman


When Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen's trio emerged on the scene in '03 with its ECM debut Changing Places, it was an odd phenomenon. On first glance it was so subtle-- almost too subtle--that it felt somehow underwhelming. And yet, over time, it revealed a charm, graceful beauty and slight melancholy that became more and more compelling ...


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