Hildegunn Øiseth – Manana (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Hildegunn Øiseth
Album: Manana
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 46:34
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 856 MB


1-01. Hildegunn Øiseth – Lost and Found (04:50)
1-02. Hildegunn Øiseth – Safe Mode (03:50)
1-03. Hildegunn Øiseth – Now Now (07:01)
1-04. Hildegunn Øiseth – Levitate (06:23)
1-05. Hildegunn Øiseth – Manana (05:23)
1-06. Hildegunn Øiseth – Whatever (03:11)
1-07. Hildegunn Øiseth – Maihøst (04:40)
1-08. Hildegunn Øiseth – Furusang (04:00)
1-09. Hildegunn Øiseth – Keep Walking (03:47)
1-10. Hildegunn Øiseth – Folksong for Friendship (03:24)


Today, the most powerful voice in a domain often referred to as “the Nordic sound” belongs to Hildegunn Øiseth. When she lifts the goat horn to her lips, she fills the room with the musical power of a master, while at the same time expressing a poetic warmth that is uniquely hers.

Those of us who crave our daily dose of ethno- electronica are equally enthusiastic when Hildegunn Øiseth this time around also tries out her electro- nically adapted trumpet sound in an unusually responsive acoustic band. Manana embraces more of Hildegunn Øiseth’s dynamic universe than her previous releases, while allowing her sensitive and down-to-earth personality to shine as vulnerably as ever. – Ivar OrvedalTaking frequent trips to Henri Texier’s inspirational planet is sensible and an absolute necessity. Texier is one of France’s most respected bass players and this hot new album is here to remind us that his music is like a marketplace, full of life and people. The album features the musician’s long-term friends and collaborators (Sébastien Texier, Vincent Lê Quang, Manu Codjia, and Gautier Garrigue). It also touches on many of the themes and values that he cherishes, as shown in the songs’ symbolic titles (Cinecitta, Simone et Robert – for Simone Veil and Robert Badinter, and Pina B – for Pina Bausch). The album is entitled Chance (Luck) and for Texier it is about being lucky:

“Lucky for being here today, for having played with so many marvelous musicians, for having shared so much with inspired artists who trusted me and taught me their arts. Lucky for having had enough energy to feel the freedom, excitement, weightlessness, and fullness of jazz music. Lucky for always keeping a warm and dedicated audience around me. Lucky for having been able to conduct my artistic projects freely, in particular those recorded, filmed, photographed, and illustrated by Philippe Teissier du Cros, Guy Le Querrec, and Christophe Rémy. Lucky for having been able to work with Sébastien Texier, Vincent Lê Quang, Manu Codjia (insanely good on Cinecitta!), and Gautier Garrigue. They are all brilliant and inspired musicians—thanks to whom I can still explore the new territories of this rich and emotional music. Lucky, finally, for having, after all these years, only very few regrets.”

Is everything said? Not totally. The listener will also be lucky. Lucky to spend 54 minutes immersed in this plural and collective jazz trip. Henri Texier is a musician even more than a bass player and he thinks of his music as such, with a true sense of narrative. Exquisite. – Marc Zisman

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