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Harbour

by Unheard Music Concepts

Purely improvised instrumental music - a mixture of jazz, classical and minimal music with a touch of electronics
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Empty Lines
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2. The Days Go Slow
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3. Falling and Walking
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4. Afraid to Go
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5. The Man Who Wanted Too Much
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6. Being There
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7. Skin Deep
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8. Flooded Believes
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9. Cognitive Disturbance
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10. Insomnia
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11. Nowhere Street
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12. The Cold Wars
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13. Hot Summer Day
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14. No Moon
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15. There
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16. The Republic
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17. Soft Despair
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18. Not Just (Bonus Track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Harbour is the debut album of Unheard Music Concepts, a trio consisting of Han Post, Marc Verhoeven and Daniel Talma. They played together for many years in several groups (the Urge, Two Gentlemen, Masters & Johnson, Dutch Distress) and decided to go back to what they think is the core of all music: communication.
They meet and play. They don't agree on chords, tempo or anything else. It is all about listening to and interacting with each other. Everything is recorded on a simple 4 track recorder, afterwards the best pieces are selected and mixed.Tracks are in the same order as they were played.
Han Post: saxes and clarinet
Marc Verhoeven: piano, keys
Daniel Talma: upright bass, recording, mixing

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