A wonderful continuation of the spirit of the previous collaboration between trumpet and flugelhorn player Susana Santos Silva
and bassist Torbjorn
Zetterberg – but a record that also adds in a cool extra element with the organ of Hampus
Lindwall too! The music has this spacious, open quality – these tonefull lines from Silva
which flow out in space, but which also have a quality that's not nearly as cold as, say, an ECM session of this type – thanks to the always-amazing, always-soulful work of Zetterberg on bass – who gives the record an organic grounding, which is then supported by Lindwall's lines on organ. And we're not exactly sure what type of organ he's using, but at times it almost feels like a pipe organ – as the sounds have both a depth, and sense of presence that really makes the music unique – even at points when his contributions are very low on the sonic totem pole. Titles include "Stop Chords", "Fiddling", "Distance", "First Initiative", "Second Initiative", "One Note Each", and "One Note Song".