Score to IFC Films, 'Mary Shelley' biopic releases today / we are MOVIE GEEKS


Universal Music Classics/Decca Gold announced today, the release of the score to the highly anticipated biopic from IFC Films, Mary Shelley, which features original music by composer Amelia Warner (Mum's List).  Mary Shelley will be released digitally TODAY May 25th – the same date the film premieres in theaters in the US. In describing the composition process, Amelia emphasized the ghostly themes of the film by utilizing vocalists and orchestral rhythms to assist in telling this illuminating tale. "We used a lot of synths layered with the orchestra. The real strings layered with electric synths created a strangeness and modernity that I think works well with Mary's character. We found some amazing musicians and two incredible singers who are a huge part of the score. We used a soprano and a counter tenor and had them sing in a very expressive way. For example, when things start to go a bit crazy in those Geneva scenes, we got the singers to scream and to slide up and down the scale to create an unsettling disorientation.  It was a difficult cue and took a while to get right. Voice was really important as were the strings, which are slightly discordant. We also used breath and heartbeat to feel like we are experiencing it as Mary." read the full wearemoviegeeks ARTICLE p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px}
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Simone Dinnerstein, A Far Cry - Circles tops billboard 'Classical Albums' chart


The Grammy-nominated string orchestra A Far Cry and pianist Simone Dinnerstein have teamed up on a new recording of keyboard concertos by Philip Glass and J.S. Bach. Entitled Circles, and released on Glass' Orange Mountain Music, the album features the Bach Keyboard Concerto No. 7 in G Minor, BWV 1058, along with the world premiere recording of Glass's Piano Concerto No. 3, a new concerto for piano and strings co-commissioned by A Far Cry and composed by Glass specifically for Dinnerstein. Recorded in the stellar acoustics of Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA, the The Wall Street Journal called the disc; "an inspired pairing," adding "Mr. Glass could not have hoped for a more graceful, fluid reading." The album has also just gone to #1 on the billboard 'Classical Albums' Chart
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Frisell,Morgan,Royston, set for NAJS: summer jazz kickoff / 91.3KUAF


Bill Frisell Trio featuring Thomas Morgan & Rudy Royston June 14 will kick off the 91.3KUAF - jazz summer concert series. This concert is presented by the Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society and Walton Arts Center as part of the 20th season of Summer Jazz Concerts and the Artosphere Festival. On Frisell, The New York Times wrote; "It's hard to find a more fruitful meditation on American music than in the compositions of guitarist Bill Frisell. Mixing rock and country with jazz and blues, he's found what connects them: improvisation and a sense of play. Unlike other pastichists, who tend to duck passion, Mr. Frisell plays up the pleasure in the music and also takes on another often-avoided subject, tenderness."      p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px}
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Strong jazzsoul songs and intimate lyrics on Robin McKelle's - Melodic Canvas / MAKING A SCENE


Robin McKelle debuted as a big band jazz singer twelve years ago and has since tried blues, pop rock and smatterings of soul and gospel. Melodic Canvas marks her return to jazz, this time in a small ensemble. This is McKelle's album – she wrote six of the ten tunes, did most of the arrangements, and produced the project. Apart from the rich, textured music, McKelle takes on some social commentary, writes intimate lyrics, and without being too overt, spurs us to a considerate call to action. This is not the straight ahead jazz that you'll hear from Diana Krall, Lyn Stanley or other great American Songbook singers.  It's a bit off center as her term "jazz soul" (not to be confused with soul jazz) indicates. No matter what, she has some strong songs here and the musicianship is superb. READ THE FULL MAKING A SCENE
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The Royal Wedding - The Official Album is WFMT: Featured New Release


Decca Records has released the official recording of the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle. Having recorded the entire service live at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, every piece of music, the readings, blessings and the vows are included. The musical highlight of the moving and joyous ceremony was British cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, one of the most exciting musicians of his generation, who was personally asked by the bride and groom to perform at their wedding. The Royal Wedding: The Official Album is WFMT: Chicago 'Featured New Release' for Tuesday May 22, 2018.
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Scores that unintentionally, now serve as a coda to Johann Johannsson's life / Synchrotones Soundtrack Review


Jóhann Jóhannsson left this world too soon. He was born in Reykjavik in 1969 and died earlier this year in Berlin. His legacy includes a short, but impressive list of film scores such as the Golden Globe-winning Theory Of Everything, Sicario, Arrival and Prisoners. He was initially set to score Blade Runner 2049 for frequent collaborator Denis Villeneuve, but they amicably departed as Jóhannsson's score allegedly didn't fit the film. The composer also worked on Mother, but it seems that the composer himself thought the film would work much better without music. Prior to his death, Jóhannsson worked on several films whose scores, unintentionally, now serve as a coda to Jóhannsson's life. The Mercy is a 2017 British biographical drama film, directed by James Marsh and written by Scott Z. Burns. It is based on the true story of the disastrous attempt by the amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst to complete the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in 1968 and his subsequent attempts to cover up his failure. The Mercy is a dramatic score in Jóhannsson's typical minimalist style. Relying mostly on piano, glockenspiel, some strings and synth atmospheres, the music aches. Some of the piano-and-glockenspiel is rather upbeat; and when combined with a subtle string ostinato it fills your heart with joy.  Back in 2002 Englabörn was Jóhannsson's first album. It was re-released in 2008 without any alterations; but a celebratory edition was scheduled (and has been released) in 2018. It's been remastered and it includes a second disc with remixes by various artists. I have to be honest and say that I'm not familiar with the original release of Englabörn and thus can't offer an opinion as to how this new release compares. This new release does sound crystal clear. The recording and mixing are of such quality that they allow you to hear every tiny little detail in the composer's music. Whilst adding the finishing touches to this article, I'm listening to his album Orphée. It dates back to 2016 though it feels like it came out just yesterday. It's such a beautiful album; I'm fighting back tears. As quoted earlier, much of Jóhannsson's music sounds like an ending, a prelude to an end or an aftermath. It often inhibits a sense of loss, to convey the deepest and darkest of emotions where words and conventional music fail. His compositions are often minimal, his arrangements sparse, but there is nothing simplistic about his music. He had a unique ear for harmonies, melodies, for juxtaposing instruments and for combining the acoustic with the electronic. His music doesn't really sound like others' (though others sound like him), and it doesn't always evolve or resolve in traditional ways. There's a serenity about his music, something timeless and inevitable – like gazing at the stars at night.  His voice is missed. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px} READ THE FULL Synchrotones ARTICLE
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David Crosby and son James Raymond, set for Plaza Live / Orlando Sentinel


David Crosby has a very succinct reason for why he's still making music. "I love singing," said the acoustic folk legend. "I love singing so much that I can't even start to tell you." Crosby is touring behind his album "Sky Trails." He hits Orlando's Plaza Live on May 26 with his band, including his son, James Raymond.  On the phone from the road, Crosby, 76, discussed why he loves collaboration, his image and the lasting influence of his boat "Mayan," which he sold in 2014.  PHOTO: (ANNA WEBBER) p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px} span.Apple-tab-span {white-space:pre} READ THE Orlando Sentinel Q&A
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Lao Tizer chats with 89.3WRTC


The Lao Tizer Band, now larger and exploring new methods on Songs From The Swinghouse. Featuring eight blistering original instrumentals and three iconic classic rock songs with reimagined arrangements, Lao says "We've never done anything with a vocalist and we've never done any cover songs, so this is the first time that I decided to delve into that realm, to basically expand the scope of our music."  Coordinating promo for the band's upcoming New Haven date, Lao sat down with 89.3WRTC's Bob Parzych to talk about the album and the tour. Listen to the attached segment.
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  Interview with WRTC's Bob Parzych

David Aaron Carpenter - Motherland is KUSC: Download Of the Week


For his second Warner Classics album, David Aaron Carpenter – "a star violist" in the words of the Los Angeles Times – brings together concertos by Dvořák, Bartók, Walton and a dance cycle by contemporary composer Alexey Shor. Carpenter identifies a connecting theme of "a longing for the homeland … a reverence for native musical folk tunes and language." He is accompanied by the London Philharmonic Orchestra under three distinguished conductors: Kazushi Ono, Vladimir Jurowski and David Parry. KUSC: Los Angeles was introduced to this recording and recently made it Album of the Week. Now you can download a track for free from contemporary composer Alexey Shor; Gathering Storm as performed by award-winning violist David Aaron Carpenter. Help yourself!
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Kayhan Kalhor jojns Brooklyn Rider for OSU Presents at LaSells Stewart Center / Corvallis Gazette Times


Brooklyn Rider, a New York City-based string quartet, will team up with Kayhan Kalhor, a master of Iranian and Kurdish music, for a Thursday night 5/24 concert at Oregon State University. The concert, part of the OSU School of Arts and Communications Presents series, at the LaSells Stewart Center. Brooklyn Rider. founded in 2008, draws on influences beyond the traditional classical realm. The group has collaborated with banjoist and composer Bela Fleck, singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane and jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman, among others. Kayhan Kalhor is a Grammy-nominated composer and performer. He performs on the kamancheh, a traditional Iranian string instrument, and is a founding member of Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble. The program includes Kalhor and Brooklyn Rider performing "Silent City," an elegy by Kalhor written in response to the destruction of the Kurdish city of Halabja. READ THE FULL Corvallis Gazette Times ARTICLE p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px}
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David Aaron Carpenter - Motherland is KDFC: Download Of the Week


For his second Warner Classics album, David Aaron Carpenter – "a star violist" in the words of the Los Angeles Times – brings together concertos by Dvořák, Bartók, Walton and a dance cycle by contemporary composer Alexey Shor. Carpenter identifies a connecting theme of "a longing for the homeland … a reverence for native musical folk tunes and language." He is accompanied by the London Philharmonic Orchestra under three distinguished conductors: Kazushi Ono, Vladimir Jurowski and David Parry. KDFC: San Francisco was introduced to this recording and recently made it Album of the Week. Now you can download a track for free from contemporary composer Alexey Shor; Gathering Storm as performed by award-winning violist David Aaron Carpenter. Help yourself! p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060}
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Bill Frisell - Music IS sincere guitar artistry / 91.5KIOS: Last Call 'Pick of the Week'


Guitarist Bill Frisell is back with another album, and this one is a solo date. Frisell is a one-man band with electric and acoustic guitars, loops, bass, ukulele and music boxes. He roams freely through his influences, which range widely from country, to folk & rock & jazz. The satisfying results will please almost any listener who is interested in sincere guitar artistry. Highlights of disc include "Ron Carter", 'Rambler" and "Pretty Stars". The disc includes 16 tracks that are perfect for solitary listening or in the company of those who appreciate heartfelt music that can't be  in the background. READ THE FULL 91.5KIOS: Last Call 'Pick of the Week' REVIEW p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060; min-height: 14.0px}
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Top 10 Albums for May

Hailey Tuck :

Junk

Austin born, Paris based 27 year old singer Hailey Tuck is an extraordinary talent. Her debut Silvertone album ‘Junk', produced by the legendary Larry Klein, is a 12 track masterclass in evocative, effortless, totally sublime singing. Hailey joyously rips up the rulebooks turning jazz on its head by putting her own spin on songs by artists as diverse as Leonard Cohen (They Don't Make It Junk), Ray Davies (Alcohol) and Paul McCartney (Junk). Classics from Cabaret and Leonard Bernstein rub shoulders with brand new songs. All are totally and literally addictive.
Various :

The Royal Wedding - The Official Album

Decca Records is proud to release The Official Recording of The Royal Wedding, one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year. Having recorded the entire service live at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle today, every piece of music, the readings, blessings and the vows will be available to listen to permanently on all streaming services in just a few hours: a first for a Royal Wedding. The physical album, on CD, will then be released into retail stores around the world from 1st June.  The musical highlight of the moving and joyous ceremony was British cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, one of the most exciting musicians of his generation, who was personally asked by the bride and groom to perform at their wedding. The 19-year-old musician took centre stage for the all-important signing of the register. Dressed in a black Paul Smith suit with vibrant pink tie, Sheku played three beautiful pieces: "Sicilienne" by von Paradis, Schubert's "Ave Maria," and "Après Un Rêve" by Fauré. He was accompanied by orchestra*, as the Royal Couple officially became husband and wife. Knowing he was performing not only for the Royal Family, 600 invited guests in the Chapel, and an estimated global audience of up to three billion people, the talented teenager was thrilled to be involved in the occasion:
Sullivan Fortner :

Moments Preserved

Three years after the release of Sullivan Fortner's charming Impulse! Records debut, Aria , the 31-year-old New Orleans-bred pianist and composer returns with his enchanting sophomore effort, Moments Preserved , which finds him leading a sterling trio with bassist Ameen Saleem and drummer Jeremy "Bean" Clemons. Fortner's profile on the international jazz scene has ascended considerably since the release of Aria, an album, which The New York Times described as containing "an air of crisp assurance." In addition to touring in support of his debut, he's been the pianist for singers Cécile McLorin Salvant and Roberta Gambarini; trumpeters Roy Hargrove, Etienne Charles, and Ambrose Akinmusire; guitarists John Scofield and Peter Bernstein. The year after his debut dropped, New York City's prestigious Lincoln Center crowned Fortner with an "Emerging Artist" award. Produced by Grammy-winning Brian Bacchus, Moments Preserved arrived at the end of a productive recording period; Fortner participated on six recording sessions in less than two months. Nevertheless, he hails Moments Preserved as one of the "most honest and emotionally direct" albums he's made yet. While gathering tunes for the album, he reflected on many key life moments that have occurred since winning the 2008 Leonore Annenberg Arts Fellowship and the 2015 Cole Porter Fellowship. Those moments include concluding his eight-year tenure in Roy Hargrove's band then emerging as a bandleader. Juggling his personal life with his demanding professional life has taken a certain toil too. "I wanted an album with music to reflect some of that," Fortner says, "In order to do that, I had to work backwards. I've been studying with [pianist] Barry Harris and researching the music of people like James P. Johnson, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk. I've also been playing more solo piano and duos with Cécile; there's a lot things that I was thinking about when making this record."
Max Richter :

The Blue Notebooks

DG releases a new, deluxe edition of Max Richter's The Blue Notebooks to celebrate its 15th anniversary with brand new artwork as well as new arrangements, remixes and a previously unreleased new track. Written in 2003, The Blue Notebooks was originally composed in protest to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and features readings by Tilda Swinton of selections from Kafka's The Blue Octavo Notebooks and Czesław Miłosz's Hymn of the Pearl and Unattainable Earth.
Simone Dinnerstein | A Far Cry :

Circles

The Grammy-nominated string orchestra A Far Cry and pianist Simone Dinnerstein have teamed up on a new recording of keyboard concertos by Philip Glass and J.S. Bach. The album, entitled Circles, will be released on Glass' Orange Mountain Music label on May 11. The album features the world premiere recording of Glass's Piano Concerto No. 3, a new concerto for piano and strings co-commissioned by A Far Cry and composed by Glass specifically for Dinnerstein, whom the New York Times calls "an utterly distinctive voice in the forest of Bach interpretation." It is paired with Bach's Keyboard Concerto in G minor. Dinnerstein and A Far Cry toured the new Glass concerto in the fall of 2017, and recorded the album in the stellar acoustics of Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA. Of their world premiere performance at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, the Boston Globe wrote, "[Dinnerstein and A Far Cry] caught and held the music's patient grandeur, giving each phrase, each chord judicious gravity." The Wall Street Journal called it "an inspired pairing," adding "Mr. Glass could not have hoped for a more graceful, fluid reading."
Tony Banks :

5 w/Czech National Symphony Orchestra

Five is a collection of five compositions written by Tony Banks and was produced by long-time collaborator Nick Davis. Nick Ingman, renowned orchestrator and conductor, agreed to be involved in the project immediately after hearing the demos played to him personally by Banks. Ingman has worked with a plethora of artists and musicians from David Bowie and Oasis to the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. 15 NEW  46 TOTAL SYND: C24, TRH, CLASSIC fM Direct: MOOD Markets Include: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, Minneapolis, Austin, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Cupertino CA, Pensacola FL, Evansville IN, Montclair NJ, Long Island NY, MI(Statewide), MN(Statewide), TX(Statewide), Winnipeg INTER: Canada, UK, Spain, Romania Online: Song Facts, Prog Archives, GOLDMINE, Cryptic Rock, Zone Music Reporter, ZephyrPlanetRadio, MusicasImaginadas, CalmRadio, Radio Vegas, AccuRadio, SOUNDVISION
Robin McKelle :

Melodic Canvas

An Enigmatic Sound, a Storyteller's Narrative and a Live Performance Style Imbued with Rat Pack Moxie ' Singer and Writer Robin McKelle is a Genre-Blurring Musical Alchemist, Taking Listeners on a Sonic Trip to the Old South, Sprinkling in Hints of the Motown Era or Even a Sade Album, and Mixing it Together to Create Her Inspiring 'Melodic Canvas' of Soul, Jazz, Gospel and More 41 TOTAL SYND: Modern Jazz Today Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Boston, St. Louis, Houston, Rochester, Reno, Berlin, Barcelona, Pisa INTER: Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain Online: jazz & blues Audition, Jazz Weekly, Greenarrow TheTelegraph, Fip, SoulandJazzandFunk, MAKINGASCENE, Dailymotion, Jazz Spotlight On Sinatra, BroadwayWorld
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Hopes and Dreams - The Lullaby Project

History was written in 2000 BC, and 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of Brahms' Lullaby, so this precious musical tradition has deep cultural and emotional roots. These personal songs bring people together, span generations, and tell stories about where we come from, who we are now, and our hopes for the future. The legacy continues with the release of Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project on Decca Gold (Verve Label Group). The recording is inspired by the Lullaby Project, a program of Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute which pairs pregnant women, new mothers, and family members with professional artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies, supporting maternal health, aiding child development, and strengthening the bond between parent and child. Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project features fifteen lullabies written by parents from across New York City, as performed by Fiona Apple, the Brentano String Quartet, Lawrence Brownlee, Rosanne Cash, Joyce DiDonato, Janice Freeman (The Voice 2017), Rhiannon Giddens (Nashville), Angélique Kidjo, Patti LuPone, Natalie Merchant (10,000 Maniacs), Dianne Reeves, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Pretty Yende, and Catherine Zeta-Jones.  12 NEW  73 TOTAL SYND: CBC Direct: MOOD Markets Include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Detroit, Baltimore, Long Island NY, Knoxville TN, Spokane, Madison, Winnipeg, Puerto Rico, Barcelona INTER: Canada, UK, Spain Online: The Jazz UK, Pure Jazz Radio, GreenArrowRadio, all about jazz, Quisqueya FM, billboard, CBFwebRadio, AccuRadio, Jazz From Gallery, BroadwayWorld.com, Forbes, elnuevodia.com p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #606060}
Bill Frisell :

Music IS

Almost every day, Bill Frisell gets up in the morning, has some coffee, and writes music. At this point, there are piles and piles and piles of single pages of staff paper filled with his graceful script. "I don't know where the melodies come from," says Frisell. "I try not to judge anything and just let them be." Frisell's mantra, or motto so to speak, is, "Music is good" – a statement said to him by his dear friend and great banjo player Danny Barnes. "That is something that I can say is always true. It's so perfect. Everything I need to know is that phrase, ‘Music is Good.' I almost called the album that, but then I thought that might be too literal. It's good to leave it open."  7 NEW  258 TOTAL SYND: PRI/Jazz After Hours, All Jazz Radio, BBC Direct: SiriusXM Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Wash DC, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Portland, Cleveland, Milwaukee, St. Louis, New Orleans, Detroit, Austin, Denver, Kansas City, Baltimore, Albuquerqe, Berekeley CA, San Antonio, Louisville, Wichita, Madison WI, Sacramento, Long Is NY, Boulder CO, Madison WI, Buffalo, Tucson, Reno, Hartford CT, Knoxville TN, Honolulu, WV(Statewide), MS(Statewide), KS(Statewide), VT(Statewide), OR(Statewide), Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, London, Barcelona, Berlin, Pisa, Melbourne INTER: Canada, Mexico, UK, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Poland, South Africa, New Zealand Online: Soulandjazz.com, popMATTERS, JazzPages, Freelance, ArkansasOnline, Radio Valencia, Taintradio, Jazz From Gallery 41, Jazz Views, GreenArrowRadio, Jazz Weekly, HUFFPOST, Radio Free Amsterdam, City World Radio, Film Journal, MAKING A SCENE, Elsewhere, JazzTimes, Audiophile Audition, Quisqueya FM, jazznadblues report, Taintradio, Broadway.com, CFWebRadio, BrooklynVegan, saltpeanuts, Jazzdagama, jazztrail, QuisqueyaFM, jazzwise, GuitartWorld, allaboutjazz, SomethingElse, Sequenza21, JamBase, ArkansasOnline, TroonRadio 45 JazzWeek ADD's
Johann Johannsson :

Englaboorn & Variations

During the weeks before his untimely passing on February 9, award-winning Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson was closely involved in preparations for the reissue of his debut album, Englabörn. Originally released in 2002, the record had been especially remastered, and a second disc containing reworkings of a number of its tracks had also been assembled. Some were by Jóhannsson himself – including a piano version of the title track, performed by fellow Deutsche Grammophon artist Víkingur Ólafsson – while others involved included Ryuichi Sakamoto, A Winged Victory for the Sullen and Hildur Guðnadóttir. Following discussions with his family, the release of Englabörn & Variations went ahead on March 23, 2018. 16 NEW  53 TOTAL SYND: PRI: Echoes, CLASSIC fM Direct: MOOD Markets Include: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Cleveland, Detroit, Berkeley CA, Louisville KY, Knoxville TN, VT(Statewide), MI(Statewide), WA(Statewide), Winnipeg, Barcelona INTER: Canada, UK, Spain Online: Resident Advisor, FACT, Musicas Imaginadas, The Quietus, Quiet Music, popMATTERS, CRACK, A Closer Listen, Pitchfork, New Music Buff, Synchrotones, Rough Trade
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