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The Harold Trio

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Biggi Vinkeloe

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

1. A March of the Missing 06:05 2. Have You Seen The Wombat Yet 05:26 3. Marigold 02:50 4. Sneaking Suspicion 05:24 5. New Beginning in the Desert 05:58 6. Mariposa 02:27 7. Parade of Promises 03:23 8. The Preacher 05:07 9. Ann Dear 07:48 10. Mari-mums 01:40 11. Blazing Stars 05:13 12. Tina Talks Trash 04:40

Personnel

Biggi Vinkeloe
Biggi Vinkeloe

saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Biggi Vinkeloe, alto saxophone, flute Amy K Bormet, piano, voice Tina Raymond, drums

Album Description

After meeting as part of the Washington Women in Jazz and Women in Jazz Sweden exchange, Amy K Bormet (piano/wurlitzer/voice), Biggi Vinkeloe (alto saxophone/flute), and Tina Raymond (drumset) came together in Los Angeles in May 2016 to record their first album of both live and studio performances. All three women are international performers, working in places as diverse as India, Brazil, Uganda, and Sweden. Their music, which is truly spontaneous, defies categorization and draws from the trio's knowledge of western art music, avant-garde jazz, and Indian classical music. What makes the Harold Trio compelling is the ease with which Amy, Biggi, and Tina merge their deep individual experiences, exhilarating musical personas, and sensitive improvised ensemble work


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