This album - the twelfth with the group - contains a live recording from the Stockholm jazz venue Fasching.
The tunes are written by myself, with the exception of Short, But Sweet no 28, which was a collaboration with Yasuhito Mori who provided the "lyrics" (japanese sweets!) and voice for the electronic soundscape used in live performances of the tune.
The tunes we play are mainly taken from our 2017 album: SIMPATICO, but "The Big Krumbukto", a staple of our live set, was first recorded on EASTERN SCENE IN GREY MINOR (2008) and on the live: OPEN DOOR (2012), which was recorded at another Stockholm jazz venue: Glenn Miller Café. The tune "Pushover" was premiered on that album too, in a somewhat different version.
Johan Berke, December 2018
The line-up on this recording contains
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|1||While We're... Jong!||8:15|
|2||The Big Krumbukto||10:23|
|3||Comfort Zone D||9:52|
|6||Short, But Sweet no 28 (Oyatsu no jikan||8:46|
|total time 61:56|
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