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8 comments on “ Dream Sequence - Heikki Sarmanto - Felix The Great (CD, Album)

  1. Here we once again have Carita at her best, her compositional skills blend together folk, pop, and a classical sensibility with some in-depth jazz training. Notice that all the music on the first side was written by her save track A2 by Heikki Sarmanto the great Finnish composer. (She contributed two passable tracks to side two as well.).
  2. We had many great moments working together, dreaming and, sometimes, just sitting in a pure quiet state of reflection while enjoying the moment. This composition was an inspired dream work, which was never realized in a performance until TUMfest12 and this recording.
  3. Third album from this outrageously great Swedish jazz rock ensemble. This is a continuation in the trilogy started with Vemood. Its recorded live in the studio with a small audience.
  4. Label: MCA Records - MCD ,Karambolage - MCD • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: AOR, Pop Rock, Garage House Felix Cavaliere - Dreams In Motion (, CD) | Discogs.
  5. 4. Fates Warning: Theories of Flight (Their best album in some time, great stuff) 5. Haken: Affinity (Another fantastic progressive release by Haken, fine work all round) 6. The Neal Morse Band: Similitude Of A Dream (Totally addictive double progressive album) 7. Testament: Brotherhood of the Snake (Thrash metal album of the year) 8.
  6. The-Dream Articles and Media. The-Dream Articles and Media. Skip to content. The-Dream Releases New Album SXTP4: Listen. The follow-up to ’s Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3.
  7. Sonny Rollins: A Night at the Village Vanguard () ( 2 cd reissue with bonus tracks) Cecil Taylor: Silent Tongues () Carola & Heikki Sarmanto Trio (recorded , published ) Christian Schwindt Quintet: For Friends and Relatives () ( cd issue with three bonus tracks)
  8. A great collection of work from Gene & Eunice – a 50s duo who had a male/ female style that's a key precursor to the bigger soul duet modes of the 60s – sometimes singing together at once with a nicely-harmonized sound, sometimes answering back and forth in a way that really gives their songs a lot of personality – and which makes them a likely inspiration for later folks like Ike & Tina.

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