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A Humdrum Star

GoGo Penguin

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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1
Prayer
GoGo Penguin
2:54
2
Raven
GoGo Penguin
4:58
3
Bardo
GoGo Penguin
7:14
4
A Hundred Moons
GoGo Penguin
4:28
5
Strid
GoGo Penguin
8:08
6
Transient State
GoGo Penguin
5:59
7
Return To Text
GoGo Penguin
5:23
8
Reactor
GoGo Penguin
6:17
9
Window
GoGo Penguin
5:21
Total Playing Time    50:42
"...they’re a lot more interested in the nuances of groove, and in the contact points between acoustic and machine music, than in jazz as most beboppers know it."
- The Guardian

"...the three players and instruments are equal in status; for much of the time they play simultaneously, their individual lines complementing each other and fitting together to create a coherent whole."
- BBC

GoGo Penguin is a piano trio consisting of pianist Chris Illingworth, bassist Nick Blacka and drummer Rob Turner. This eclectic musical group is inspired by minimalist jazz, rock, and electronica in their album A Humdrum Star. Audiences can hear this wide variety of influences in tracks such as Raven, Bardo, and Reactor.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Records France Studio Masters

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