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Kolbeinsen / Evensen & Maria Castro

For Those Who Have Everything [Used Item]

Kolbeinsen / Evensen & Maria Castro: For Those Who Have Everything <i>[Used Item]</i> (FMR)

"This Norwegian duo takes the listener into a world of sound that moves between the continuous and the meditative and the fleeting and frag- mented. Their scraping, thundering, trembling and tinkling sounds sur- round the listener. The...
 

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UPC: 649849983251

Label: FMR
Catalog ID: FMR 272-0309
Squidco Product Code: 14247

Format: CD
Condition: VG
Released: 2009
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Digipack
Recorded at Stereo, in Oslo, Norway, by Terje Evensen.

This is a USED (previously owned) item

Personnel:

Are Lothe Kolbeinsen-guitar, live looping

Terje Evensen-percussion

Maria Castro-electronics, arrangement on Sovngjenger

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track listing:


1. Stumbling Ritual 8:10

2. Anxious Eagle 3:36

3. Flickering Flame 5:31

4. The Fidget 3:26

5. Endorphin 3:39

6. Søvngjenger Featuring Maria Castro 8:38

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"This Norwegian duo takes the listener into a world of sound that moves between the continuous and the meditative and the fleeting and frag- mented. Their scraping, thundering, trembling and tinkling sounds sur- round the listener. They create a three-dimensional sound image where the focus is on the very sound and the timbre of it, and where the more continuously colourful phrases may develop into rhythmically suggestive intervals. For those who have everything is the duo's first album and it consists of 5 free improvised pieces. The duo has been working on making the improvisations as clean and clear as possible, with a focus they mean the music to need. For the sixth piece they decided to collaborate with the Portuguese composer and sound designer Maria Castro. She got sent the files from a couple of improvisations and had the freedom to re-compose them into one new piece, by tweaking the original sound, adding new electronics and re-phrase the original playing."-FMR


 
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