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Quite Enough by Traeben

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Album Title: Push
Label: Jarr Records
Released: 2012

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Quite Enough (J.Larsen) is one of two unreleased tracks from the sessions that ended up with their latest critically acclaimed album Push. The song builds up bit by bit from the bass groove to exciting solos. It is a good example of the interplay that is the becoming the trademark of Traeben. Personnel: Jens Larsen: guitar; Søren Ballegaard: tenor saxophone; Olaf Meijer: bass; Haye Jellema: drums.

Track Listing

Top Dog; Try to Remember; God Makes Backups; Can You?; Catatraffic; All It Needs; We’ll Let You Know; Simple Things; Nothing Or Nothing At All; Mi Hijo.

Personnel

Traeben
Traeben

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel

Jens Larsen: guitar; Søren Ballegaard: tenor saxophone; Olaf Meijer: bass; Haye Jellema: drums.

Reviews

  • Push by Ian Patterson
  • Push by James Pearse
  • Push by Chris May

Date featured

November 20, 2012

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