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Godspeed

Morten Schantz

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1.1
Silence in the Tempest (Part I)
Morten Schantz
1:07
1.2
Godspeed
Morten Schantz
7:10
1.3
Escape Velocity
Morten Schantz
3:04
1.4
Growing Sense
Morten Schantz
7:43
1.5
Martial Arts
Morten Schantz
7:50
1.6
Airglow
Morten Schantz
2:54
1.7
Ceasefire
Morten Schantz
6:48
1.8
Cathedral
Morten Schantz
3:28
1.9
Drill
Morten Schantz
7:36
1.10
Nuclear Fusion
Morten Schantz
1:15
1.11
Dark Matter
Morten Schantz
6:32
1.12
Silence in the Tempest (Part II)
Morten Schantz
3:30
Total Playing Time    58:57
"Four Stars ... it rapidly becomes difficult not to compare Godspeed to the many and various incarnations of Weather Report, particularly on numbers like the title track, with Marius Neset's soaring soprano sax prominent ... unceasingly rewards repeated plays and easily qualifies as one of the most exciting and engaging recordings for a long time. Schantz has surely now found his true métier."
- All About Jazz

Danish keyboardist Morten Schantz delivers this high octane, heavyweight debut trio album, featuring long-term collaborators Anton Eger on drums and Marius Neset on saxophones. With a wealth of keyboards at Schantz's disposal, the music on Godspeed is full of life, vibrant and bold. A strong sense of friendship, warmth and overriding joy emanates from the 12 impressive pieces, all composed by Schantz.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Edition Records Studio Masters

Recorded at Frostbox Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 3 and September 21 - 23, 2015
Recorded and mixed by Kristian Thomsen at Frostbox Studios
Mastered by Tor Bach Kristensen at King Kong Studios
Produced by Morten Schantz with Kristian Thomsen

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