Bassist Per Zanussi expands his band to 13 players including saxophonists Jonas Kullhammar, Martin Kuchen, Jorgen Mathisen, Jketil Moster, guitarist Stian Westerhus, &c. for an amazing set of compositions on the edge of modern jazz.
Label: Moserobie Music
Catalog ID: MMPCD078
Squidco Product Code: 15702
Recorded live at Nasjonal Jazzscene, Oslo on January 30th, 2011 by Thomas Hukkelberg.
Rolf-Erik Nystrom-alto saxophone
Mikko Innanen-alto saxophone
Martin Kuchen-alto saxophone
Klaus Holm-alto saxophone, clarinet
Eirik Hegdal-baritone saxophone, clarinet
Jonas Kullhammar-tenor saxophone
Kjetil Moster-tenor saxophone
Jorgen Mathisen-tenor saxophone
Per Oddvar Johansen-drums
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1. Balance/Sinawi 6:07
2. Azrah illusion/Street Woman 9:52
3. Amorous Parade 8:21
4. Broken Sinawi 7:13
5. Ghibli 7:41
6. Body And Zeuhl 9:04
7. All Wrath 17:16
8. Zoantrophy 2 5:00
9. Johnny Just Drop 6:11
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Bassist Per Zanussi expands his band to 13 players including saxophonists Jonas Kullhammar, Martin Kuchen, Jorgen Mathisen, Jketil Moster, guitarist Stian Westerhus, &c. for an amazing set of compositions on the edge of modern jazz. The album was recorded live at Nasjonal Jazzscene in Oslo, 2011.
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"Born 1966; saxophones. Martin Küchen has been active on the Swedish free improvised/free jazz scene since the mid-1990s. He has composed for larger groups, participated in dance projects, performed with different poets and created the music for experimental films. He now collaborates with improvisors all over Europe and USA/Canada. His current collaborations include:
Angles - a new trio with Ingebrigt Håker- Flaten, doublebass, Kjell Nordeson, drums and Martin Küchen, saxophones. Exploding Customer - a free jazz quartet with Tomas Hallonsten trumpet, Benjamin Quigley double bass and Kjell Nordeson drums, which plays mainly original compositions. Sound of Mucus - a trio with the stringchordist Herman Müntzing and Andreas Axelsson, percussion. Unsolicited Music Ensemble - a trio with Tony Wren, double bass and Raymond Strid, percussion. a duo with guitarist David Stackenås. UNSK: Birgit Ulher, Martin Küchen, lise-Lott Norelius and Raymond Strid. Looper - a trio with Greek cello player Nikos Veliotis and Norwegian percussionist Ingar Zach."-European Free Improv Site (http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/musician/mkuchen.html)
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• Show Bio for Eirik Hegdal
"Eirik Hegdal (born 3 October 1973 in Gjøvik, Norway) is a Norwegian Jazz musician (saxophone), composer, arranger and music teacher, known from the band Dingobats (1995-2005) and as leader of Trondheim Jazz Orchestra (from 2002).
After a year at Sund folkehøgskole, he attended the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium (1995-98), where he established the band Dingobats, with Njål Ølnes (tenor saxophone), Thomas Dahl (guitar), Mats Eilertsen (bass) and Sverre Gjørvad (drums), primarily playing Hegdals compositions. He later toock over as leader of the "Trondheim Jazz Orchestra", after pianist Erlend Skomsvoll.In 2006 he performed the commissioned work for the "Trondheim Jazz Orchestra", Space is still the place with the US saxophonist Joshua Redman as guest soloist.
In 2002, Hegdal with drummer Tor Haugerud, started a collaboration with the classic piano trio "Alpaca Trio", consisting of Else Bø (piano), Sigrid Elisabeth Stang (violin) and Marianne Baudouin Lie (cello). The group works with compositions by Hegdal in the intersection of improvisation and contemporary music, and released under the band name "Alpaca Ensemble" the EP Skråpanel and an album Tapet Tapet!, both in 2007. In 2010 came a tentet edition of the same ensemble piece Elevator, a collaboration between Hegdal and poet Matt Burt, with an album release from the premiere performance at "Trondheim Kammermusikkfestival" i 2008."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eirik_Hegdal)
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"Kjetil Traavik Møster (born 17 June 1976) is a Norwegian jazz musician (tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet and bass clarinet) and composer, known from bands like The Core, Ultralyd, Brat, Zanussi 5, and performance with Chick Corea at Moldejazz 2000, later released on CD. He has also made his mark with experimental performances at the interface between electronic based fri-rock and jazz."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kjetil_M%C3%B8ster)
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"Jørgen Mathisen (born 27 December 1984 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (saxophone and clarinet), the younger brother of Martin Mathisen (b. 1978), and known from different bands, and a series of recordings with musician like Marc Lohr, Per Zanussi, Steinar Raknes, Eirik Hegdal, Gard Nilssen, and Kjetil Møster.Career
Mathisen is a graduate of the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium (2004-08). He is distinguished by his powerful, expressive play and is a force for all the bands he is involved with. He was first noted in the band Shagma in 2004, and also play within The Core together with Steinar Raknes, Espen Aalberg and Erlend Slettevoll, and within Zanussi Five including Eirik Hegdal, Kjetil Møster and Gard Nilssen, among others."-Wikipeda (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%B8rgen_Mathisen)
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• Show Bio for Gard Nilssen
"Gard Nilssen (born 24 June 1983 in Skien, Norway) is a Norwegian Jazz musician (drums) and composer, and member of the bands Bushman's Revenge and Puma.
Nilssen was educated on the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium (2003). He was voted this year's young jazz musicians in 2006 with the group Puma. Otherwise Nilssen is very active in bands like Bushman´s Revenge, Lord Kelvin, and Heidi Skjerve Kvintett.
Nilssen was chosen to represent Norway in the artist development program Take Five, a music developer program promoted by the London-based concert promoter Serious."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gard_Nilssen)
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