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post #31 of 40
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Hyperborean is amazing track, how is the rest, are they at the same level?

 

THX 

 

 


I got the album 3 days ago and I have to say... INCREDIBLE! The first 3 songs: Patch of Light I, Hyperborean (the great one) and Patch of Light II are JUST AMAZING... The rest is soo good because it keeps surprising you all the time with very cool jazzy transitions and the bass extend sooo deep... WOW

Now the technical stuff. I know the recording is DDD (from 1997, and the nineties are know for having *****y DDD recordings) but it sounds so natural and open... very nice master.. 

post #32 of 40
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I bought this CD as well, expecting any day now.

 

THX

 

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I got the album 3 days ago and I have to say... INCREDIBLE! The first 3 songs: Patch of Light I, Hyperborean (the great one) and Patch of Light II are JUST AMAZING... The rest is soo good because it keeps surprising you all the time with very cool jazzy transitions and the bass extend sooo deep... WOW

Now the technical stuff. I know the recording is DDD (from 1997, and the nineties are know for having *****y DDD recordings) but it sounds so natural and open... very nice master.. 

post #33 of 40

Haven't seen Supersilent mentioned yet. For my money the best improvisational music group I've ever listened to. (Note that they're not just jazz--they also mess around a lot with electronic and ambient music.)

post #34 of 40
Thread Starter 

I simply love Scandinavian Jazz, period.

 

THX

post #35 of 40
Thread Starter 

Got the CD yesterday and indeed, very good and will take thier own place in my jazz collection. Quality of the recording is very good, everything sound very natural indeed and I would say, great master.

 

THX

 

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Originally Posted by mikiphile View Post


I got the album 3 days ago and I have to say... INCREDIBLE! The first 3 songs: Patch of Light I, Hyperborean (the great one) and Patch of Light II are JUST AMAZING... The rest is soo good because it keeps surprising you all the time with very cool jazzy transitions and the bass extend sooo deep... WOW

Now the technical stuff. I know the recording is DDD (from 1997, and the nineties are know for having *****y DDD recordings) but it sounds so natural and open... very nice master.. 

post #36 of 40
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From page 7, comming to live for a little while:-), but hopefully more will be posted here.

 

Would like to share this with you guys, this is BluRay Audio with video material as well, very, very good quality.

 

QUIET WINTER NIGHT HD CLUB‏ 

 

 

Enjoy!

post #37 of 40
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From page 7, comming to live for a little while:-), but hopefully more will be posted here.

 

Would like to share this with you guys, this is BluRay Audio with video material as well, very, very good quality.

 

QUIET WINTER NIGHT HD CLUB‏ 

 

 

Enjoy!

 

 

I have this as well and I love it! And I agree on the sound quality (like on all other 2L productions it is extraordinary).

post #38 of 40

Dadafon

post #39 of 40

Thomas Clausen,the danish Bill Evans,has made a number or great albums,''Rain'' is highly recommended.

post #40 of 40
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Thomas Clausen,the danish Bill Evans,has made a number or great albums,''Rain'' is highly recommended.

 

Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013. Excellent Jazz festival with a large crop of the best Scandinavian jazz artists and Thomas Clausen will be there as well :-)

 

http://jazz.dk/#q=&s=&d=

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