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Brothers

Adam Bałdych, Helge Lien Trio, Tore Brunborg

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1
Prelude
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
1:22
2
Elegy
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
7:34
3
Faith
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
4:52
4
Love
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
6:21
5
One
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
6:50
6
Brothers
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
6:06
7
Hallelujah
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien
6:08
8
Shadows
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
6:32
9
Coda
Adam Bałdych; Helge Lien Trio; Tore Brunborg
4:21
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    50:06
With their first release, Bridges, violinist Adam Baldych and the Helge Lien Trio innovated a new vocabulary for jazz violin, taking cues from contemporary jazz greats such as Charlie Haden, Wayne Shorter and Keith Jarrett, rather than the more expected Stephane Grappelli or Jean-Luc Ponty. On Brothers, Baldych and the trio join forces once again for an emotional release dedicated to the memory of Baldych's deceased brother.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACT Music and Vision Studio Masters

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