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Evil in Oslo

Hedvig Mollestad Trio

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1
For the Air/Ashes
Hedvig Mollestad Trio
17:45
2
Code of Hammurabi/The Valley
Hedvig Mollestad Trio
14:20
3
Lake Acid/Rastapopoulos/Arigato, Bitch
Hedvig Mollestad Trio
19:40
4
Laughing John/La Boule Noire
Hedvig Mollestad Trio
18:30
Total Playing Time    70:15
If Black Stabat Mater can be seen as moving into new terrains, then Evil In Oslo can serve as a summing up of the previous years, although there is also a clear link between the albums. While the nine live performances presented here all come from their first three studio albums, most are lenghty workouts again showing Hedvig as a very confident and accomplished solo guitarist. Recorded at Oslo clubs John Dee and Buckley´s, Evil In Oslo is simply a kick ass live album (never thought we´d ever use that expression, but there you go), with a very high level of musicianship and a perfect balance between freedom and discipline. These hi-res recordings capture both the energy level and all the details in a marvellous way, and this is simply a must have for all HMT fans! Alternatively, it´s the perfect introduction for the curious newcomer.
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