Froy Aagre - Katalyze album download
Froy Aagre: Katalyze by Stephen Latessa, published on January 11, 2005. Above all, Katalyze is a thoughtfully constructed album. The track sequencing artfully shifts moods and tones while complimenting the performances that precede and follow the current song. This care is very evident as well in the way the arrangements serve the compositions. Solos are played so that they may illuminate the song-not out of some robotic sense of necessity. This is an impressive album featuring great discipline, thought, and grace
1. (00:03:03) - Lee Valley. 2. (00:04:54) - Slow Train. 3. (00:05:16) - Norwegian Mountains.
Tracklist: 01. Lee Valley 02. Slow Train 03. Norwegian Mountains 04. Frøyish 05. Beatitude 06.
January 22´th Frøy Aagre & Offbeat release their second album Countryside. The band plays contemporary melodic jazz, composed by Frøy Aagre. The music is characterized by intriguing melodies and melodic interplay, unexpected rhythmic ideas and rich harmonic textures. The element of surprise is always there in Aagres´ music and Offbeat´s unique musical interaction. Offbeat consists of very talented musicians on the Norwegian jazz scene: Andreas Ulvo (piano), Audun Ellingsen (bass) and Freddy Wike (drums)
Frøy Aagre Offbeat – Katalyze. Label: Aim Records (3) – AIMCD 105. Format: CD, Album, Enhanced. Producer – Kristian Skårbrevik. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Frøy Aagre.
Aagre released her first album Katalyze in 2004 with Frøy Aagre Offbeat, including Andreas Ulvo, Freddy Augdal and Roger Williamsen, and attracted notice throughout Europe, and soon found herself invited to perform at major festivals in Europe, North America and India. Here is the liner notes for the latest album Frøy Aagre Electric: The name Frøy Aagre Electric refers to the new setup with Fender Rhodes Electric Piano, effects and bass synth as opposed to the previous setup of merely acoustic instruments. This album is divided into two parts; following is a description of part 1, the main section of the album (track 1–6). Part 2 is the three duo pieces at the end (track 7–9).