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Mollestad, Hedvig : Tempest Revisited [VINYL]
Mollestad, Hedvig :
Tempest Revisited [VINYL]

(Rune Grammofon -- Norway )


Price: $35.95    




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For her 2nd solo record aside from her rock trio, guitarist Hedvig Mollestad Thomassen expands her orchestration to an octet, adding jazz-rock elements while balancing scorching playing with lyrical and open passages, as she pays tribute to Arne Nordheim's 1979 composition for Shakespeare's "The Tempest", and for her own experiences of furious weather in her home town of Ålesund.

Mollestad, Hedvig : Tempest Revisited
Mollestad, Hedvig :
Tempest Revisited

(Rune Grammofon -- Norway )


Price: $15.95    




Out of Stock

For her 2nd solo record aside from her rock trio, guitarist Hedvig Mollestad Thomassen expands her orchestration to an octet, adding jazz-rock elements while balancing scorching playing with lyrical and open passages, as she pays tribute to Arne Nordheim's 1979 composition for Shakespeare's "The Tempest", and for her own experiences of furious weather in her home town of Ålesund.

Left Exit (Feat Michael Duch / Klaus Holm): Mr. K [VINYL]
Left Exit (Feat Michael Duch / Klaus Holm):
Mr. K [VINYL]

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


Price: $22.95    




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This progressive/folk/jazz/improv/experimental/psych quartet from Norway covers a diverse set of approaches to improvisation, from textural, minimalistic and radically abstract, like something AMM would play, using graphic and written notation.

Left Exit (Feat Michael Duch / Klaus Holm): Mr K
Left Exit (Feat Michael Duch / Klaus Holm):
Mr K

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


Price: $13.95    




In Stock

This progressive/folk/jazz/improv/experimental/psych quartet from Norway covers a diverse set of approaches to improvisation, from textural, minimalistic and radically abstract, like something AMM would play, using graphic and written notation.



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