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Klas Jervfors Turner

Label: Krokodill Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Hot Skank; A Trumpet in Chefchaouen; Millicent; In Transit; In Fair Weather and Foul, part 1; Harsh Weather; Suburban Dreams; Ice Floe - Ice Flow; Cruising in Night Lights; Diverting October; Psalm for Shelter; In Fair Weather and Foul, part 2.

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Klas Jervfors Turner: trombone (1, 3-5, 7-12), trumpet (2-8, 10-12), flugelhorn (7, 11), baryton tuba (3, 4, 11), bass tuba (1, 5, 7, 11, 12), vibraphone (1); Kai Sundquist: clarinet (1), bass clarinet (1, 3), flute (1), tenor saxophone (1, 3, 4, 10); Bo “Bosse” Skoglund: drums (1, 4, 5, 10, 12), percussion (1, 5, 12); Andreas Dahlbäck: drums (1, 3, 9), percussion (4, 9), vibraphone (1); Robin Cochrane: main percussion (1, 3, 4, 10); Desmond Foster: bass guitar (1, 4); Andreas Unge: bass guitar (9, 10), double bass (3); Tommy “Bernie” Berndtsson: keyboards (1, 3, 4, 10); Ola Gustafsson: electric guitar (1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10); Simon Vikokel: acoustic guitar (7); ZilverZurf: bass guitar (5, 12), acoustic guitar (2, 5, 8, 11, 12), electric guitar (1, 3, 4, 10), various plucked stings and violins (5), keyboards & synthesizers (2, 5, 6, 8, 12).

Album Description

An instrumental album that mixes Jazz, Reggae, Folk, Ambient and Psychedelic music. The idea for this album came from the drummer Bosse Skoglund and the guitarist Johan ZilverZurf Zachrisson after ZilverZurf had recorded music for a documentary, Mellan bleke och storm by Anne Lundberg, (in English: In fair weather and foul). The film is portraying fishermen working and living by Sweden’s largest lake. Klas played the brass parts for the film score. ZilverZurf and Bosse, who also participated in the film music, thought that the music turned out to be good enough to release on an album. Encouraged by their support Klas selected some of the film music and wrote a few more songs in order to complete the album. The music is very mood-setting, which is not so strange since it is mainly music for a film. It is roots- and instrumental music that meanders in a soundscape from ECM via experimental jazz from the 70s to the Tuff Gong-studio in Jamaica. When listening to the album, some tracks gives you an inner picture of a surging landscape. In some other tracks you’ll hear and feel the sounds of a big city pulse.


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