Moritz Von Oswald Trio ‎– Live In New York

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Honest Jon's Records ‎– HJRLP53
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A Nothing 1 15:22
B Nothing 2 7:58
C Nothing 3 7:06
D Nothing 4 8:45
CD-1 Nothing 1 15:22
CD-2 Nothing 2 7:58
CD-3 Nothing 3 7:06
CD-4 Nothing 4 8:45

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Credits

Notes

Recorded at Le Poisson Rouge, Bleecer Street, New York City, on 6 February 2010, during the Unsound Festival.

This is a limited edition 2xLP gatefold vinyl package includes a complimentary CD version of the album in a stamped paper envelope. The tracklist and track times of the vinyl and CD versions are identical.

(p) + (c) 2010 Honest Jon's Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI AEW39
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI LY34
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): HJRLP 53 01 Sony DADC
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, side A): HJRLP 53 A
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, side B): HJRLP 53 B 2
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, side C): HJRLP 53 C
  • Matrix / Runout (LP, side D): HJRLP 53 D

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shunt909

shunt909

February 15, 2016
Most of the time, hearing the crowd during a live show is a nice touch. This falls into that category. We rarely hear the crowd and that's perfect, it tends to really suck you in to the vibe on that evening by surprising you and jolting you out of the tunnel these cats bring you into...
This is a solid album. Incredible additions by all.
Mpendulo

Mpendulo

January 31, 2012

Of the albums the trio have produced, this is probably the album where you can hear Vladislav Delay’s nature of production best. Having said that, the bass lines just have Moritz written all over them and in essence, I think this is where the trio really blends together.

The music here is based on moments within the 4 structures. It is quite amazing how they managed to sustain and maintain particular moments in this long mix if I may say. Stunning work, it is reassurance that the legendary tags which flow over their heads are certainly there for a reason.