Opsvik & Jennings - Commuter Anthems (CD, Album)


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  1. Commuter Anthems resides at that crossroads where ECM-style Scandinavian jazz fusion intersects with the traditional Norwegian folk/improv with which Rune Grammofon is commonly associated. The sophomore release from Opsvik & Jennings (a.k.a.
  2. A Dream I Used to Remember (Opsvik & Jennings). Listen to samples and purchase audio files in flac and aac/m4a-format. niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo is an independent online music store based in Tromsø/Oslo, focusing on improvised and experimental .
  3. Opsvik & Jennings: Opsvik & Jennings - Commuter Anthems ‎ (CD, Album) Rune Grammofon: RCD Norway: Sell This Version: Writing & Arrangement.
  4. Music Reviews: Commuter Anthems by Opsvik & Jennings released in via Rune Grammofon.
  5. Commuter Anthems is the sophomore follow up to Floyel Files (NCM East, ), the debut recording of the duo of Norwegian-born bassist Eivind Opsvik and guitarist Aaron Jennings, originally hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma. While their previous effort was promising enough, it sometimes drifted a little too close to becoming pleasant aural wallpaper.
  6. Opsvik & Jennings, Category: Artist, Albums: Lune, A Dream I Used to Remember, Commuter Anthems, Floyel Files, Top Tracks: Self, The Last Country Village, Commuter.
  7. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Opsvik & Jennings at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All; Trending Releases Opsvik & Jennings: Fløyel Files ‎ (CD, Album) NCM East: RCD Opsvik & Jennings: Commuter Anthems ‎ (CD, Album) Rune Grammofon: RCD Norway: Sell This Version: Opsvik & Jennings: A Dream I.
  8. Jul 04,  · Opsvik & Jennings - The Last Country Village. Taken from "Commuter Anthems" Available on Rune Grammofon. video by Eyeball. niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo
  9. He started out playing the drums at a very early age, but gradually switched to bass in his teens while also spending time experimenting with a 4-track tape recorder. Opsvik is from Oslo, Norway, but has lived in New York since As with much of the incomparable Rune Grammofon catalog, Commuter Anthems is difficult to categorize.

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