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Fredrik Kronkvist - Reflecting Time (2014)

15-06-2014, 15:17
Music | Jazz

Fredrik Kronkvist - Reflecting Time (2014)

Artist: Fredrik Kronkvist
Title Of Album: Reflecting Time
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Connective Records
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 50:12 Min
Total Size: 136 Mb


1. Meltdown Blues (Grew's Brew)
2. Likely
3. Embraced
4. Cannonballism
5. Straight to the Point
6. In a Sentimental Mood
7. Stay All the Way
8. Right Here Right Now

Fredrik Kronkvist – alto saxophone
Aaron Goldberg – piano
Reuben Rogers – bass
Gregory Hutchinson – drums

Following the success of the album New York Elements with this international supergroup comes the follow up with exuberant joy and interactions in the seven original compositions and a new arrangement of a timeless classic.
Fredrik Kronkvist delivers this lively, communicative, urban jazz mixed with blues saturated Nordic sounds in cooperation with some of the world’s most sought after jazz musicians from the New York scene.
The last album New York Elements entered the list Album of the Year 2012 in the prestigious Downbeat Magazine and received top reviews in for example Jazz Times & Jazz Special. The first record was recorded in New York and this album was recorded in Copenhagen after a tour in Sweden and Denmark. Fully charged with energy from the audience at Fasching in Stockholm, Palladium in Malmö, Montmartre in Copenhagen and other places, the band went into the studio and recorded in one day the new album Reflecting Time.

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