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The London Concert (Live)

Stefan Aeby Trio

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1
Shi (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
7:54
2
Knabautsch (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
6:56
3
The Wheel (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
10:03
4
Dalston (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
7:31
5
Iuk (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
6:15
6
Song for A. (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
4:10
7
To the Light (Live)
Stefan Aeby Trio
10:26
Total Playing Time    53:15
The concert of the Stefan Aeby Trio at the Intakt Festival at the Vortex Jazz Club in London, one of the musical highlights of 2017, as the London journalist Kevin Le Genre writes, demonstrated the musical power of a new generation. The Stefan Aeby Trio consists of three instrumentalists: Stefan Aeby on keys, André Pousaz on bass and Michi Stulz on drums.

Kevin Le Genre writes, "Throughout the concert, the ensemble moved organically into many different styles, be it by suggesting wistful ambient soundscapes, airy African percussion music or modern pop that retains the blues to varying degrees and facets."
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