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Cirklar

Tingvall Trio

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1
Evighetsmaskinen
Tingvall Trio
4:48
2
Bumerang
Tingvall Trio
5:20
3
Vulkanen
Tingvall Trio
4:49
4
Bland Molnen
Tingvall Trio
5:44
5
Skansk Blues
Tingvall Trio
3:43
6
Cirklar
Tingvall Trio
4:17
7
Sjuan
Tingvall Trio
3:34
8
Det Gröna Hotellet
Tingvall Trio
3:44
9
Tidlös
Tingvall Trio
3:22
10
Psalm
Tingvall Trio
4:34
11
Karusellen
Tingvall Trio
4:15
12
Elis Visa
Tingvall Trio
4:36
13
Labyrint
Tingvall Trio
2:46
Total Playing Time    55:32
The Hamburg-based Tingvall Trio—comprised of Martin Tingvall (piano), Omar Rodriguez Calvo (double bass), and Jürgen Spiegel (drums)—present Cirklar, an album that reflects on life and the passing of time.

“The songs always kick things off for us. With this album I’ve tried to compose in a way that points out new directions to us. We’re testing new forms of expression, but at the same time we naturally want to be recognized as the Tingvall Trio. This time the music is clearly the boss, not the trio.”
- Martin Tingvall, musician
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Skip Records Studio Masters

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