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Rowland's Evil Jazz Trio (Galewicz / Sandstad Dalen / Nordberg Funderud): Death Machine (Creative Sources)

The Norwegian guitar trio led by Roland Galewicz on drums, Henrik Sandstad Dalen on double bass, and Havard Nordberg Funderud on guitar, free improvisers with a dark intent captured live at Kafe Haerverk, in Oslo in 2018 as they perform Galewicz's rhythm-heavy three part "Death Machine Suite", Funderud's spacious "Nice Things" and Dalen's searing "Holmenkollekspressen".
 

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Roland Galewicz-drums

Henrik Sandstad Dalen-double bass

Havard Nordberg Funderud-guitar


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UPC: 5609063405552

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs555
Squidco Product Code: 26702

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2019
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded live at Kafe Haerverk, in Oslo, Norway, in April, 2018, by Jacob Dobewall.

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The Norwegian guitar trio led by Roland Galewicz on drums, Henrik Sandstad Dalen on double bass, and Havard Nordberg Funderud on guitar, free improvisers with a dark intent captured live at Kafe Haerverk, in Oslo in 2018 as they perform Galewicz's rhythm-heavy three part "Death Machine Suite", Funderud's spacious "Nice Things" and Dalen's searing "Holmenkollekspressen".


Artist Biographies

Roland Galewicz is a Norwegian drummer, known for his own guitar trio Rowland's Evil Jazz Trio, and for the drum ensemble Thomas Strønen & Extended Ground.

-Squidco 6/10/2024

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Henrik Sandstad Dalen is a Norwegian bassist known for the groups Little Balcony, and Rowland's Evil Jazz Trio.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/6785991-Henrik-Sandstad-Dalen)
6/10/2024

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"Håvard Nordberg Funderud is a Norwegian guiar, performing blues, classic rock, hard rock, and jazz. He is a member of Master Oogway, and has played with Norsk Råkk"

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Track Listing:



1. Death Machine Suite Part 1 (The Death Machine) 9:46

2. Death Machine Suite Part 2 (Evil Schmievel) 11:40

3. Death Machine Suite Part 3 (Evil Freedom) 5:33

4. Nice Things 4:14

5. Holmenkollekspressen 9:57

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European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
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