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June Tabor, Iain Ballamy, Huw Warren - Quercus (2013) [HDTracks]

27-07-2016, 23:04
Vocal Jazz | Folk | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: Quercus
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: ECM Records GmbH
Genre: Jazz, British Folk, Modern Jazz Vocals
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/44,1kHz]
Total Time: 59:31
Total Size: 585 MB (d.booklet)

Recorded: March 2006 by Paul Sparrow. Mixed at Rainbow Studio by Jan Erik Kongshaug and Manfred Eicher.

‘Quercus’ means ‘oak’ in Latin and the roots of this particular tree dig deep into British folk music, while leaves and branches reach upward to embrace jazz-inspired lyrical improvising. The trio features the venerable English singer June Tabor whose dark voice has an uncanny ability to underscore the emotional essence of a ballad: “As I get older, I understand more the depths of sorrow and joy that made the song”, she has said. Tabor, who was recently voted BBC Folk Awards Singer Of The Year, is joined in the Quercus project by Welsh jazz pianist and composer Huw Warren, and by English saxophonist Iain Ballamy, well-known to ECM listeners as co-leader of the band Food. This is the first Quercus album but the trio has existed already for seven years, patiently developing its unique idiomatic blend.


01. Lassie Lie Near Me 05:11
02. Come Away Death 06:35
03. As I Roved Out 06:00
04. The Lads in Their Hundreds 05:40
05. Teares 03:57
06. Near But Far Away 07:31
07. Brigg Fair 02:30
08. Who Wants the Evening Rose 04:45
09. This Is Always 04:39
10. A Tale from History (The Shooting) 04:35
11. All I Ask of You 08:03

June Tabor, voice
Iain Ballamy, tenor and soprano saxophones
Huw Warren, piano

June Tabor, Iain Ballamy, Huw Warren - Quercus (2013) [HDTracks]

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