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Brolt!

Scorch Trio

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1
Olstra
Scorch Trio
10:14
2
Basjen
Scorch Trio
4:35
3
Hys
Scorch Trio
6:30
4
Gaba
Scorch Trio
12:27
5
Graps
Scorch Trio
4:35
6
Bluring
Scorch Trio
12:51
Total Playing Time    51:12
The third album from this free spirited power trio is a masterful example of passionate improvisation and breathtaking interplay. The hand in glove rhythm section of Paal Nilssen-Love (drums) and Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (bass) has graced a large number of recordings over the years and Finish guitar maestro Raoul Björkenheim has been around since recording with Edvard Vesala and Krakatau for ECM back in the days. As with their previous albums Scorch Trio and Luggumt, Brolt is an old school analogue recording with the band playing live in one room, drums and amps miked up with vintage microphones recorded to analogue multitrack and mixed down to analogue tape with no overdubs or editing. Mastering by Helge Sten.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rune Grammofon Studio Masters

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