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Thomas Strønen & Iain Ballamy: Quiet Inlet

Food, Nils Petter Molvaer, Christian Fennesz

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1.1
Tobiko
Food; Christian Fennesz
7:08
1.2
Chimaera
Food; Nils Petter Molvaer
5:01
1.3
Mictyris
Food; Christian Fennesz
5:41
1.4
Becalmed
Food; Nils Petter Molvaer
7:52
1.5
Cirrina
Food; Nils Petter Molvaer
6:16
1.6
Dweller
Food; Nils Petter Molvaer
6:23
1.7
Fathom
Food; Christian Fennesz
8:39
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Total Playing Time    47:00
"... an impressively inventive album that may be one of 2010’s best releases." - PopMatters.com "... it's Strønen who provides much of Food's sonic direction. Strønen's unique sense of time, space and placement has become Food's true core, his increasingly sophisticated, electroacoustic mélange effortlessly propelling Quiet Inlet's eminently appealing impressionism." - All About Jazz "Four Stars ... ECM's scrupulousness about sound quality certainly counts here ... vibrates with irresistibly fascinating detail and visceral excitement ... it's contemporary music through and through, driven by a rhythmic urgency and mix of acoustic and electronic sound that could only be happening now." - The Guardian The group Food has defined a new kind of lyrical electroacoustic improvisation since its founding as a quartet in 1998. Now a core duo of UK saxophonist Iain Ballamy and Norwegian drummer Thomas Strønen, they are joined by guests as needed for various projects. Following live dates in Norway in 2007 and 2008 with trumpeter Nils Petter Molvær and Austrian improvising guitarist Christian Fennesz, the four musicians headed into the studio to record the highly praised Quiet Inlet, resplendent with melodic improvisation, trancelike pulses and shifting clouds of sound.
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Recorded by Simen Scharning (2, 4, 5, 6) and Thomas Hukkelberg (1, 3, 7) Mixed at Rainbow Studios, Oslo by Jan Erik Kongshaug, Manfred Eicher and Food Cover Photo: Eberhard Ross Liner Photos: Kjetil Vaseng, CF Wesenberg (pp. 2, 6), Knut Bry (p. 10) Design: Sascha Kleis Produced by Manfred Eicher and Food

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