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MG50 Peace & Fire

MG50 Peace & Fire

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Mats Gustafsson

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

(CD1) Peace; Fire; Birthday Boy; Part Of Klingend Und Festgehalten; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; I Cover The Waterfront; Lidingö Airport; Quincy; Du Glädjerika Sköna; Mäster; (CD2) I Accept My Longing. The Travels.; Wien; Molting Slowly (Without Noticing); Exit Part Two; Would I Whip; (CD3) Konstellation; Intervention; One; Two; Unnoticed. I Battle.; Unheard. I Yiel.; Unseen. I Mirror The Perspectives.; (CD4) Miramar; Summer With M.; M.G. - Fifty Is Just The Beginning…; MatsMatMaM / MatsAtsTsS; Urban Pipes; Vienna Upstairs; Ha Den Äran.

Personnel

Mats Gustafsson: fluteophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, alto saxophone, bass saxophone, slide saxophone, live electronics; Didi Kern: drums, objects; Billy Roisz: electric bass, electronics, audible video devices; Dieb 13: turntables, klopfer; Sven-Åke Johansson: toms, symbols, snaredrum, brushes, voice; Per Åke Holmlander: tuba, cimbasso; Kjell Nordeson: vibraphone, percussion; Erik Carlsson: drums; Agustí Fernández: piano, Crumar organ, Fender Rhodes; Erwan Keravec: bagpipes; Christof Kurzmann: ppooll, rubber band, vocals; Anna Högberg: alto saxophone; Eva Furrer: flute; Markus Deuter: oboe; Anders Nyqvist: trumpet; Annette Bik: violin; Gunde Jäch-Micko: violin; Dimitrios Polisoidis: viola; Benedikt Leitner: violincello; Uli Fussenegger: double bass; Gerald Preinfalk: tubax; Lukas Schiske: percussion; Björn Wilker: percussion; Günter Christmann: cello, trombone; Paul Lovens: drums, cymbals; Thomas Lehn: analogue synthesizer; Ken Vandermark: clarinet, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone; Ingebrigt Håker Flaten: bass; Paal Nilssen-Love: drums; Martin Brandlmayr: drums; Paul Lytton: drums, bits & pieces; Martin Siewert: guitars, electronics, ring stinger; Sofia Jernberg: vocals; Johan Berthling: electric bass; Andreas Werlin: drums; Marian Wallentin: vocals; Sofia Jernberg: vocals.

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