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by Unheard Music Concepts

Home is the 3rd album of Unheard Music Concepts, and it is their most versatile album yet. One track might remind you of late night jazz, while the next might make you think of a movie you just saw. 100% improvised music, keys, bass and sax/clarinet.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. The Last Days
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2. On the Highway
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3. Drifting Satellite
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4. Summer 1919
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5. Lost in the Toys Box
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6. Unknown Dream State
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7. London, 1972
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8. Anger Men
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9. Age
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10. Balkan Paranoia
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11. Perish
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12. Palms
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13. Angled Insight
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14. Unforeseen Space
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15. Minimal Brain Activity
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16. Horses
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17. Long Lonely Nights
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18. Endless Garden
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19. Glass Structures
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20. The Neighbours
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Unheard Music Concepts is a trio from the Netherlands consisting of Han Post (saxes, clarinet), Marc Verhoeven (piano, keys) and Daniel Talma (upright bass, fretless bas). 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 multitrack recorder, afterwards the best pieces are selected and mixed.

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