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This Was The Pace Of My Heartbeat

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2005
Track listing: Where Can We Go; Beaver Creek; Tree Canopy Walkway; How to Get Acquainted; In My Time of Need; On the Birds Can See Us; Trio for Quartet; 0883 Oslo; Aerial Dark Bright Round; Viggo; Laschia Ch'io Pianga.

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In the Country: This Was the Pace of My Heartbeat

Read "This Was the Pace of My Heartbeat" reviewed by John Kelman

When Norwegian label Rune Grammofon announces (in the press release for the debut album by the piano trio In the Country) that “Rune Grammofon presents its first 'jazz' record," you know it's going to be a unique take on a well-worn tradition. No standards to be found here, and with an approach that intentionally steers away ...


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