Artist: Gábor Csordás
Album: Do Swans Fly?
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 2,46 GB
1-01. Gábor Csordás – Blue in Bordeaux (07:41)
1-02. Gábor Csordás – Do Swans Fly? (08:13)
1-03. Gábor Csordás – Steam (03:32)
1-04. Gábor Csordás – Intercontroversial (07:59)
1-05. Gábor Csordás – Far from Winter (07:15)
1-06. Noriaki Hosoya – Rush Hour (03:46)
1-07. Gábor Csordás – What Can I Say? (06:19)
1-08. Noriaki Hosoya – Houdini (06:23)
1-09. Gábor Csordás – Unknown Cover Song (09:30)
1-10. Gábor Csordás – Komorebi (05:44)
1-11. Gábor Csordás – Tango Reminiscencia (07:17)
The album was recorded in SuperSize Recording Studios, Törökbálint, Hungary.
Swansong Trio was founded in 2010 in Berlin by Gábor Csordás and Noriaki Hosoya. The first drummer, Andrea Zuliani was replaced by Marty Risemberg in 2016. That was the time when they recorded their self-titled first album “Swansong”. It was released in 2019 on Hunnia Records & Film Production which led to immediate success especially in Japan. The band has toured in Japan in 4 major cities performing the first album. Then the pandemic has cut the follow-up plans short, and the trio waited 3 years for another reunion. In 2022 the trio recorded two albums: “Do Swans Fly?” is their second studio album recorded in SuperSize Studios, and released also on Hunnia Records.The style of the trio is centered around melodic ideas coming from European music. The nowadays somewhat unusual setup in contemporary jazz of electric bass and acoustic piano gives a balance between the mainstream jazz sound and the fusion/jazz-rock rhythms often emphasized by trio. Swansong also has a tendency to incorporate many styles into their music, from rock to electronic and on this very record even latin.