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Las Americas by Gaute Storsve Trio

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Album Title: Las Americas
Ellingsongs
Released: 2018

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About the Album

Las Americas is a musical homage to the music of both American continents. This composition is a jazz blues played with Cuban rhythms by genre exploring Norwegian jazz musicians. It´s feature is lively Cuban rhythm patterns in a modern jazz language. This is a fusion of the relaxed Nordic way and the intensity of America.

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Las Americas

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Gaute Storsve: Electric Guitar, Petter Barg: Electric Bass, Henning Carlsen: Drums, Jørgen Mathisen: Soprano Saxophone, Per Ottar Gjerstad: Trumpet, Frank Bastrup Olsen: Trombone

Date featured

March 7, 2018

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