Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman | Places & Spaces

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Places & Spaces

by Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman

Sumptuously melodic songs with a jazz sensibility, combining arresting vocals and sweeping guitars over vintage synth bass and found-sound backdrops recorded on location in Scottish woodlands.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Palms Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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2. Lathes Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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3. Wonderbread Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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4. As Time Spins Backwards Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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5. Broadcast to the World Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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6. Leaving Nothing Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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7. Billy Whizz Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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8. New Happy Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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9. Tys Tys Haftor Medbøe & Anneke Kampman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Places & Spaces combines the arresting vocals of Anneke Kampman (Conquering Animal Sound – shortlisted for SMIA album of the year award 2011) and the sweeping guitars of Haftor Medbøe (Haftor Medbøe Group). This hour-long song-cycle fuses the sounds of nature with human intervention, the acoustic with the electronic. Rhythmic backings for the nine-song set were recorded in Scottish woodlands using found materials and environmental sounds, with bass provided by a vintage analogue synthesiser. Places and Spaces premiered at the National Gallery of Scotland and Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival in July 2012.


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