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Life To Everything

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Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier Modern contrabass-piano jazz trio. This is a live album, but it's pretty easy to forget that in between rounds of applause, as the recording quality is quite high.
Sam
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Sam This band is crazy talented and so inspiring. The whole album is perfect
Dr. Beaf
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Dr. Beaf My second favourite trio band (Trio Elf being the first) has delivered again after the previous album Walking Dark with this live album. Some stellar double bass playing, magically left hand piano rhythms and a drummer that has squarely mastered his art. Favorite track: Behind Bars.
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marquidame an incredible jazztrio. this album bursts with energy. again, unbelievable. this is music at the highest stage.
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Rob Blackburn Awesome drumming, fantastic musicianship and groovy tunes with time signatures that turn on small coin. Mindblowing, Fav track is Herne Hill or Dr black for the incredible drumming
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1. Urban Control (Anton Eger)
2. Phraternal (Ivo Neame)
3. Behind Bars (Jasper Høiby)
4. Song for Lost Nomads (Ivo Neame)
5. Wings 2 the Mind (Jasper Høiby)
6. Nine Lives (Jasper Høiby)
7. Deep Space Dance (Ivo Neame)
8. Herne Hill (Anton Eger)
9. Dr Black (Anton Eger)

Life to Everything is the new live album by Anglo/Scandinavian trio Phronesis, recorded over three shows ‘in the round’ at The Cockpit, London as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival in November 2013.

Since the success of their fourth album ‘Walking Dark’ two years ago, the trio have been on a meteoric rise, gaining acclaim from fans over two tours of the USA and Canada and a tour of Australia, whilst also rising to the forefront of the European club and festival scene. With so much time spent on the road and a reputation for spell-binding roller-coaster live performances, (which led to Jazzwise once describing them as one of the most exciting bands on the planet), it was natural for the band to want to record their fifth album in front of a live audience. In Høiby’s words – ‘performing live has been the strength of this trio from the start – it sparks an extra focus, excitement and joy. As the album title suggests – it’s where everything comes to life’.

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released April 7, 2014

Recorded by Matt Robertson on 16th & 17th November 2013 over three performances at The Cockpit, London as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.
Mixed by August Wanngren in Copenhagen, December 2013. Mastered by Thomas Eberger in Stockholm, December 2013.
Photographs and cover by Dave Maric Produced by Phronesis

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