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Kobe Trio

by The Kobe Trio

The expressive quality of the live studio recordings add to the charm of this lovingly molded album. It moves between trio and quartet line-ups, with angular and elegant approaches to the music to grab the listener's attention.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. For All
The Kobe Trio
7:25 $1.30
2. Honky Loon Smut
The Kobe Trio
6:38 $1.30
3. Green Groove
The Kobe Trio
6:10 $1.30
4. Country Song
The Kobe Trio
4:24 $1.30
5. With Cian's Help, Pt. 1
The Kobe Trio
3:58 $1.30
6. With Cian's Help, Pt. 2
The Kobe Trio
4:53 $1.30
7. With Cian's Help, Pt. 3
The Kobe Trio
3:49 $1.30
8. With a Little Help from My Friends
The Beetles
4:02 $1.30
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Album Notes
The Trio are just out of the studio having recorded their debut album, with special guest Ciaran Wilde on saxophone, all four musicians are tremendously capable musicians, providing a highly cinematic listening experience.
The ensemble have concocted a collection of some beautiful soundscapes, weaving their original compositions and intertwining them integraly into their solos.
Each musician has brought out the finest in each other, together working in an ambiant meditative place while leaving plenty of room for improvised antics. Their energetic ostinatos blended with expansive harmonies provide the back-drop to rich solos.

The quality of the studio recordings adding to the charm of this lovingly molded album. Moving between trio and quartet line-ups, between angular and elegant, grabbing the listener's attention. Carswell's bass playing moves expressively and glues each groove while Schmaucks simmers beneath with an array of percussive textures. Murphy's harmonies bloom dreamily with huge depth and Wilde's alto tone both supple and robust as he arpegiates through flowing solos.



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