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Karin Krog & Steve Kuhn - Break Of Day (2015)

8-03-2015, 20:48
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Karin Krog & Steve Kuhn - Break Of Day (2015)

Artist: Karin Krog & Steve
Title Of Album: Break Of Day
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Indies Japan
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 54:56
Total Size: 128 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I'm Old Fashioned (3:39)
02. Break Of Day In Molde (5:13)
03. The Folks Who Live On The Hill (5:26)
04. Skandia Skies (3:21)
05. How Do You Keep The Music Playing (3:21)
06. The Way You Look Tonight (3:02)
07. Love Came On Stealthy Fingers (4:10)
08. Thank You For Everything (3:49)
09. You Do Something To Me (3:08)
10. Little Butterfly (Pannonica) (4:09)
11. Did I Remember (3:46)
12. Trane (4:54)
13. Time's Getting Tougher Than Tough (3:01)
14. Everytime We Say Goodbye (3:48)

Trumpeter Lew Soloff and Tenorist Eric Alexander join Karin and Steve on several tracks of this exciting CD, recorded in NYC in the autumn of 2013.
Critic Tor Hammero writes : "Krog and Kuhn speak the same musical language and understand each other intuitively."

An adventurous singer who is quite versatile, Karin Krog is able to sing anything from standards to fairly free improvisations. She made her recording debut in 1964, appeared at many jazz festivals in Europe in the mid-'60s, and in 1967, came to the U.S., performing and recording with the Don Ellis Orchestra and Clare Fischer's trio. A world traveler based in Europe, Krog has recorded fairly steadily through the years, using such sidemen as Kenny Drew, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Jan Garbarek, Ted Curson, Dexter Gordon, Palle Mikkelborg, Steve Kuhn, Steve Swallow, Archie Shepp, Bengt Hallberg, and John Surman; she has made records for Philips, Sonet, Polydor, and other European labels. ~ by Scott Yanow

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