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Contra La Indecisión

Bobo Stenson Trio

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1
Canción Contra La Indecisión
Bobo Stenson Trio
4:13
2
Doubt Thou The Stars
Bobo Stenson Trio
7:57
3
Wedding Song From Poniky
Bobo Stenson Trio
7:27
4
Three Shades Of A House
Bobo Stenson Trio
7:11
5
Élégie
Bobo Stenson Trio
6:11
6
Canción Y Danza VI
Bobo Stenson Trio
5:15
7
Alice
Bobo Stenson Trio
6:19
8
Oktoberhavet
Bobo Stenson Trio
5:53
9
Kalimba Impressions
Bobo Stenson Trio
3:12
10
Stilla
Bobo Stenson Trio
4:27
11
Hemingway Intonations
Bobo Stenson Trio
6:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:45
The Swedish trio lead by Bobo Stenson consists of Stenson on piano, Anders Jormin on double bass, and Jon Fält on the drums. This innovatove group incorporates a wide variety of musical influences in their album Contra La Indecisión. Drawing from both classical music source material and world music, the Bobo Stenson Trio artfully develops their musical identity with this album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

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