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Titok

Ferenc Snétberger, Anders Jormin, Joey Baron

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1
Cou Cou
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
2:56
2
Titok
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
2:21
3
Kék Kerék
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
4:04
4
Rambling
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
7:27
5
Orange Tango
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:15
6
Fairytale
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:27
7
Álom
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
7:10
8
Leolo
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:57
9
Ease
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:28
10
Renaissance
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:23
11
Clown
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
5:09
12
Rush
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
1:56
13
Inference
Ferenc Snétberger; Anders Jormin; Joey Baron
2:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:49
Hungarian guitarist Ferenc Snétberger leads a trio comprising Swedish double bassist Anders Jormin and American drummer Joey Baron on the warm and involving album Titok. The group's intensely melodic improvisation draws the listener gently into its sound world, featuring Snétberger's gracefully flowing guitar framed by an enveloping rhythmic undertow and the highly creative playing of his bandmates. There is soloistic brilliance and high level interaction, the music taking the time it needs to unfold, breathing very naturally. The trio's compound sound of acoustic nylon string guitar, bass and drums is special: Baron shades and colours the material with great subtlety using brushes, sticks and his hands while the rapport between Snétberger and Jormin is evident from the outset.

"The dialogue here between classical guitar and Anders’s way of playing the bass seems to me unique. Anders has a special 'voicing,' a special way of entering into my music. And, together, he and Joey offer inspirations which are mirrored in my playing."
- Ferenc Snétberger
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Produced by Manfred Eicher
Recorded and mixed by Jan Erik Kongshaug at Rainbow Studio, Oslo

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