PP3 Phil Parnell Trio | Blue

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Blue

by PP3 Phil Parnell Trio

This is NOT a blues CD. It IS mellow and intense, playful and solemn, dark and bright, gloomy and hopeful journey through the spectrum.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Suddenly
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2. Blue
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3. Scuffle
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4. Swampgaz
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5. Jouet
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6. Dreams
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7. March of May
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8. Now & Then
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9. Soliloquy
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10. Bye-Ya
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Phil Parnell Trio release their 2nd CD 'Blue' featuring Danish
Blusicians Torben Bjørnskov (b) and Espen Laub (d) on June 15th, with an
interesting blueprint of cobalt sounds and azure songs from their own
glaucous ballpoints, and a guest appearance from Swiss team FR::YK -Franco
Mento (beats) and Yannick Barman (tpt)- and with songs from Herbert, Monk,
Bjørnskov, Parnell and Laub.

This is NOT a blues CD. It IS mellow and intense, playful and solemn, dark
and bright, a gloomy and hopeful journey through the spectrum. A very
listenable venture tweaked with subtle electronic nuances and acoustic
richness.
Niels Overgård from “JazzNyt” writes:
“…Blue is a messy plate, where
the amazing pianist Parnell together with the Danish musicians once again
shows that you do not have to follow predetermined routes, even if you are
a jazz trio.”


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