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Skydive Trio - Sun Moee (2015) [Contemporary Jazz, Fusion]; FLAC (tracks)

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Skydive Trio - Sun Moee (2015) [Contemporary Jazz, Fusion]; FLAC (tracks)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 10 Apr 2024, 10:37

Artist: Skydive Trio
Album: Sun Moee
Genre: Contemporary Jazz, Fusion
Label: Hubro
Released: 2015
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
  1. Bravo
  2. Talbot0
  3. Slow Turn
  4. Sour Times
  5. Signs
  6. Sun Moee
  7. Becks Back
  8. Four Words


  • Thomas T Dahl - guitar
  • Mats Eilertsen - bass
  • Olavi Louhivuori - drums

In 2011, bassist Mats Eilertsen released the excellent album Skydive . The quintet consisted of Tore Brunborg on saxophones and pianist Alexi Tuomarila in addition to guitarist Thomas T Dahl and drummer Olavi Louhivuori.

Now Dahl has taken control and “only” Eilertsen and Louhivuori are remaining. I can promise you that it is not “only”! Thomas T Dahl studied jazz in Trondheim, as did Eilertsen, and has proved himself more than worthy in bands like Krøyt, BMX and Dingobats. Yet he has been among those who have had the power to pass under the famous radar – something that should be set straght after “Sun Moee” has seen the light. We are talking about a band here, with music and a guitarist who keeps very high international class.

Dahl and Eilertsen has written three songs each, Louhivuori one, and in addition we get a lovely version of Portishead song “Sour Times”. Everything is hot, melodic, seeking, personal and something infinitely beautiful.
Eilertsen with his big and warm bass tone and Louhivuori with its light and extremely receptive drumming, suits Dahls various guitar expressions in the best possible way, and SkyDive Trio should as quickly as possible become a staple, both on national and international scenes.

How Thomas T Dahl has managed to avoid the big attention, or rather how we all have managed to avoid giving him the attention until now is a mystery there is little to do something with. However, it is possible to do something with it from now on – “Sun Moee” has everything needed to be a classic.'

The album was recorded in the Village Recording Studios in Copenhagen and released on Norwegian label Hubro. This is an inspired jazz album from a rock-solid trio.

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