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The Occasional Trio

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1.1
Tender Love
The Occasional Trio
7:24
1.2
Raindrops in June
The Occasional Trio
5:06
1.3
Future Memory
The Occasional Trio
7:01
1.4
Well You Shouldn't
The Occasional Trio
4:50
1.5
Children's Song No. 1. The Oak Tree
The Occasional Trio
3:11
1.6
I Can See You Now
The Occasional Trio
6:33
1.7
Last Call
The Occasional Trio
7:46
1.8
Prayer Unto the People and Unto the Land
The Occasional Trio
5:24
1.9
Portsmouth Blue
The Occasional Trio
4:13
Total Playing Time    51:28
Visionary electroacoustic composer-keyboardist Simon Vincent and his colleagues bassist Roland Fidezius and drummer Rudi Fischerlehner present their debut album, recorded in a single session in Berlin in September 2015. The original material written by Vincent and bandmates showcases the Occasional Trio's interplay, intimacy, unique sensitivity of sound and exquisite yet vigorous and propulsive music.
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