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Closer to the Ground

Fred Frith Trio

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1.1
Bones to Pick with Graveyards
Fred Frith Trio
5:16
1.2
Alle planmäßigen Ziele werden erreicht
Fred Frith Trio
5:06
1.3
In the Grip of It
Fred Frith Trio
4:56
1.4
Ruhebereich
Fred Frith Trio
6:23
1.5
Stars like Trees
Fred Frith Trio
5:55
1.6
A Path Made by Walking
Fred Frith Trio
6:49
1.7
Betting on the World
Fred Frith Trio
2:39
1.8
Love and Other Embers
Fred Frith Trio
7:34
1.9
Up in Smoke
Fred Frith Trio
6:18
Total Playing Time    50:56
"... a scrappy improvising trio ... exploring the nexus of groove and mood..." - DownBeat Closer to the Ground is a 2018 studio album by the Fred Frith Trio, a San Francisco Bay Area based experimental music and free improvising group featuring Fred Frith, Jason Hoopes and Jordan Glenn. It is their second album and was recorded in Oakland, California in January 2018, and released in September 2018 by Intakt Records in Switzerland. It follows on from their first album, Another Day in Fucking Paradise that was released in June 2016.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Intakt Records Studio Masters

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