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Sugar Rush by Markus Pesonen

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Album Title: Hum
Label: Unit Records
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

Brilliant album. Whether its the full force bull rush of large ensemble avant garde tracks, the spacey blissed-out tracks, or the brilliant covers of Charles Mingus and The Beatles, Hum is one of the under-recognized best albums of 2011. Highly Recommended. Jazz from the Copenhagen and Berlin scenes.

About the Album

Personnel: Markus Pesonen (guitar, lapsteel and compositions), Elena Setin (voice, violin), Adam Pultz Melbye (bass), Camilla Barrat-Due (accordion), Marc Lohr (drums, electronics), Otis Sandsj (alto & tenor sax, clarinet), Martin Stender (tenor & soprano sax, flute), Lars Greve (tenor & soprano & baritone sax, bass clarinet), Tobias Wiklund (trumpet, flugelhorn), Petter Hngsel (trombone), and Jonatan Ahlbom (tuba).

Track Listing

01. CO2; 02. Hullun Paperit; 03. Sugar Rush; 04. Hum; 05. Reliever; 06. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; 07. Space Race; 08. A Day in the Life.

Personnel

Markus Pesonen
Markus Pesonen

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel

Markus Pesonen (chitarre, composizioni); Elena Setin (voce, violino); Adam Pultz Melbye (basso); Camilla Barrat-Due (fisarmonica); Marc Lohr (batteria, elettronica); Otis Sandsj (sax alto e tenore, clarinetto); Martin Stender (sax tenore e soprano, flauto); Lars Greve (sax tenore, soprano e baritono, clarinetto basso); Tobias Wiklund (tromba, flicorno); Petter Hngsel (trombone); Jonatan Ahlbom (tuba).

Reviews

  • Hum by AAJ Italy Staff

Date featured

April 16, 2012

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