NHØP Trio* ‎– The Unforgettable NHØP Trio Live

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ACT (4) ‎– ACT 9464-2
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Track 1 - 5 recorded live at Aalborg Kunstmuseum, Denmark, March 24, 1999 by DR Nordjylland
Track 6 - 11 recorded live at Rolf-Liebermann-Studio NDR, Hamburg, Germany, March 11, 2005

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  • Barcode: 6 14427 94642 3

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quadrifoglio22

quadrifoglio22

April 4, 2017

This latest CD of our NHOP is truly a gem. The notes slip away through our senses and spread in the immensity. Every note speaks of Niels Pedersen; every note speaks of his love for music, for jazz.

"A Nightingale Sang in Barkley Square" has in it all the loving kindness that Master has for his acoustic bass.

The skillful touch of NHOP is well mixed with guitarist Ulf Wakenius capacity.

They are in good shape and play with each other while having fun: they know each other well having already collaborated.

In "My Little Suede Shoes" in its final part, it joins in the fun Jonas Johansen (drums), playing with cymbals.

Very good battery, energetic, dry, suitable to accompany masterfully, almost in a "Fusion", the 10-track "Jeg Gik Mig Ud En Sommerdag", this is a song that seems to ride the waves of the sea, now in the storm and now in the quiet. The solos of Niels Pedersen and Ulf Wakenius are incredible.

If you can let go during their listening, if our mind is calm and we are guided by the beauty of these notes you can live a wonderful experience!

In "The Unforgettable" there are some beautiful songs that NHOP Master has previously recorded in his studio CD, but here are performed live in one breath, as if to create a concept album; everything seems to end, but it can never end. So is the love for music, for the Jazz.

My advice to own at all costs is directed only to those who have the patience and the passion of listening to this latest masterpiece of Niels Pedersen "The Viking", the last six songs recorded in her last concert in March 2005, a few weeks before his sudden death from a heart attack.

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