Sunna Gunnlaugs | Live In Europe

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Live In Europe

by Sunna Gunnlaugs

Driving, modern jazz. \"this is a wholly captivating set that combines the elegance of the European approach with a more fiery American-sounding rhythm section\" —All About Jazz
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Asleep In The Grass
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2. Shifting Seasons
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3. Over Yonder
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4. Smack 'Em
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5. A Garden Someday
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6. Upon Heaven's Blue Bow
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This is the fourth release from Icelandic pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs. It features 4 of her compositions, an arrangement of an Icelandic folk tune and a composition by Scott McLemore. This CD was recorded during a tour of Europe in March 2002. It features Ohad Talmor on saxophone, Gunnlaugs on piano, Matt Pavolka on bass and Scott McLemore on drums. It was mastered by A.T. Michael MacDonald at Algorhythms, NY.

Sunna Gunnlaugs, a native of Iceland, has toured the US, Europe and appeared at the major Canadian festivals. She has been featured in the Washington Post, Virginian Pilot and more. Visit her website for more info


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She's coming to Japan and have a performance on June 27th and I will go to see her concert so I think I can feel the atomosphere from this CD.