A searing second session from the trio of Jonas Kullhammar on reeds, Torbjorn Zetterberg on bass, and Espen Aalberg on drums – all working here at a level that's even more mindblowing than the first Basement Sessions album! The music has this tremendous feel of cohesive collaboration – players that really know each other, and how to find just the right sort of space for their strengths together – a quality that really comes through in the strong, long rhythmic pulse of most tracks – which provide some of the strongest showcase for the bass work of Zetterberg that we've heard in years. Kullhammar's extremely expressive, too – really hitting the most soulful side of his style on tenor, soprano sax, and tarogato. But Aalberg may well be the real hero of the date – as his drum work is impeccable, and he also composed most of the tracks on the record! Titles include "Oort Cloud", "Triton", "One For Joe", "Elvin's Birthday Song", and "Moksha". (Punch through barcode.) © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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