℗ 2020 Oddrun Lilja
 

Marble

LILJA

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1.1
New York
LILJA
4:30
1.2
Bagamoyo
LILJA
3:48
1.3
Casablanca
LILJA
6:17
1.4
Paris
LILJA
4:14
1.5
Mekelle
LILJA
3:43
1.6
Tyr
LILJA
5:14
1.7
Kathmandu
LILJA
4:25
1.8
Nairobi
LILJA
2:35
1.9
Kolkata
LILJA
5:48
1.10
Reykjavik
LILJA
3:57
Total Playing Time    44:31
Norwegian singer, guitarist, and composer Oddrun Lilja presents Marble, from her solo project. The album is her Jazzland Recordings debut. The album features pieces inspired by 10 cities that the artist had visited around the world, performing with local musicians. The album features a star team of players such as the exceptional Dutch singer Sanne Rambags, Bugge Wesseltoft on piano, Jo Skaansar on bass, Helge Norbakken on drums and producer Kåre Vestrheim. Some of the international traditional musicians that LILJA has worked with also appear on the recording, including Ustad Ashraf Sharif Khan from Pakistan, Zakaria Houaoura from Morocco and kids from Rashedie refugee camp in Tyre, Lebanon.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Jazzland Recordings Studio Masters

Track 3 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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