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In-House Science

Arild Andersen, Paolo Vinaccia, Tommy Smith

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1
Mira
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
9:50
2
Science
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
11:11
3
Venice
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
8:45
4
North Of The Northwind
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
8:36
5
Blussy
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
8:59
6
Inhouse
Arild Andersen; Paolo Vinaccia; Tommy Smith
8:10
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:31
"Absolutely and unreservedly marvelous..."
- BBC Music Magazine

Recorded live, this album features acclaimed jazz bassist Arild Anderson and his professional and intimate collaboration with tenor Tommy Smith and powerhouse drummer Paolo Vinaccia. Although only three musicians, this album proves that this trio has the energy of a big band with the sensitivity of a contemporary jazz soloist. This live context invites audiences to hear what this music sounds like in person.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

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