Lush title track of Sunset in the Blue streams

After outclassing Sting completely in their duet 'Little Something' already released it's the turn of the incredibly atmospheric romantic title track to Melody Gardot's Sunset In The Blue released ahead of the Larry Klein-produced album next month. …

Published: 25 Sep 2020. Updated: 11 months.

After outclassing Sting completely in their duet 'Little Something' already released it's the turn of the incredibly atmospheric romantic title track to Melody Gardot's Sunset In The Blue released ahead of the Larry Klein-produced album next month. Co-written with Jesse 'Don't Know Why' Harris it follows Gardot's typically lush and sensuous style, a touch of darkness to it never far away, to the ultimate degree, Anthony Wilson's guitar and the strings of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra paced by Vinnie Colaiuta on drums and John Leftwich on bass.

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Harpreet Bansal band, Movements

Involving ragas here from violinist Harpreet Bansal and her band recorded in Kampen Church in Oslo, it's still remarkable how much Indian music fits so well with jazz and here pared down in spacious settings you get a great sense of poise, shifting …

Published: 25 Sep 2020. Updated: 11 months.

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Involving ragas here from violinist Harpreet Bansal and her band recorded in Kampen Church in Oslo, it's still remarkable how much Indian music fits so well with jazz and here pared down in spacious settings you get a great sense of poise, shifting mood and immaculate timing. Javid Afsari-Rad on santur, Adrian Fiskum Myhr playing double bass, Andreas Bratlie on tablas and Vojtech Prochazka join Bansal and find plenty of freedom to allow the music to hang in the air. The 'Walk in Walk Out' series of tracks, particularly the second of the three tracks, is at the heart of what is a very fine release. Out via Jazzland and OK World.