This is not your typical jazz album and these artists are no ordinary people. Only one singer and one bassist could make this extraordinary album shine the way it does. But as soon as you hear the first notes, you might begin to wonder why listeners are so rarely presented with a vocal/bass duo of this caliber. Since the duo's first, award-winning album in 2015, they have achieved an even greater responsiveness to each other. With their stripped-down approach to the material, their eminent interplay and acute self-awareness, they bring out the best in each other. Their approach to the classic material makes it as fresh and articulate as if the songs were modern originals. It's a listening experience further elevated by the presence of a string qusrtet on three tracks
This is not your typical jazz album and these artists are no ordinary people. Only one singer and one bassist could make this extraordinary album shine the way it does. But as soon as you hear the first notes, you might begin to wonder why listeners are so rarely presented with a vocal/bass duo of this caliber. Since the duo's first, award-winning album in 2015, they have achieved an even greater responsiveness to each other. With their stripped-down approach to the material, their eminent interplay and acute self-awareness, they bring out the best in each other. Their approach to the classic material makes it as fresh and articulate as if the songs were modern originals. It's a listening experience further elevated by the presence of a string qusrtet on three tracks
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/13/2021
UPC: 663993210728

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Artist: Sinne Eeg / Fonnesbaek,Thomas
Format: CD
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1. Spring Waltz
2. Too Close for Comfort
3. Orphans
4. Take Five
5. The Street of Berlin
6. The Long and Winding Road
7. How Deep Is the Ocean?
8. Just One of Those Things
9. Round Midnight
10. Those Who Were
11. The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines

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This is not your typical jazz album and these artists are no ordinary people. Only one singer and one bassist could make this extraordinary album shine the way it does. But as soon as you hear the first notes, you might begin to wonder why listeners are so rarely presented with a vocal/bass duo of this caliber. Since the duo's first, award-winning album in 2015, they have achieved an even greater responsiveness to each other. With their stripped-down approach to the material, their eminent interplay and acute self-awareness, they bring out the best in each other. Their approach to the classic material makes it as fresh and articulate as if the songs were modern originals. It's a listening experience further elevated by the presence of a string qusrtet on three tracks