Dave Storey Trio – Jouska (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Dave Storey Trio - Jouska (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Dave Storey Trio
Album: Jouska (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin)
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 44:38
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 466 MB


1. Dave Storey Trio – Green Monkey (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:10)
2. Dave Storey Trio – Bibi (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (04:54)
3. Dave Storey Trio – Chelsea Bridge (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (04:41)
4. Dave Storey Trio – Wooden Hats (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (03:24)
5. Dave Storey Trio – Forest Far from Home (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:10)
6. Dave Storey Trio – Gravel Baron (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:23)
7. Dave Storey Trio – The Viceroy (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:23)
8. Dave Storey Trio – Con Dao (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:21)
9. Dave Storey Trio – Jouska (feat. James Allsopp & Conor Chaplin) (05:08)


In the Icelandic language there are 46 words for snow. In English we have just one. So imagine inventing words for perceived gaps in our language, for emotions we didn’t even know we had. That’s what John Koenig created in his The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, and Dave Storey has selected one of these words, Jouska, to name his album. In the Dictionary jouska is a “hypothetical conversation that you compulsively play out in your head”. Unpick this a bit and you get a feeling of paranoia, of the unsaid and unresolved. And how that idea contrasts with this album, where there is a sense of effortless empathy from the very first note, and the conversation is real.Jouska is Storey’s second album, following hot on the heels of his well-received debut album Bosco , released just one year ago. Storey had planned a tour to promote the album this summer and what cruelty to be deprived of hearing this joyous music live and close-up. On tour this band plays from memory, enabling them to be more present in the moment and enhancing their connection as a band, their sound having been honed over years of playing together. It’s the same line-up and formula in this album as Bosco: James Allsopp is on tenor saxophone and Conor Chaplin on double bass, playing original swinging up-tempo jazz in a classic line-up, in this case, drum-led.

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