|B2||Snækje Rojnd Nævinj|
|RCD 2040||Scorch Trio||Luggumt (CD, Album)||Rune Grammofon||RCD 2040||Norway||2004|
|BOM24047||Scorch Trio||Luggumt (CD, Album, Ltd, Pap)||Bomba Records||BOM24047||Japan||2005|
B2. Snækje Rojnd Nævinj. Luggumt (CD, Album, Ltd, Pap). Bomba Records (4). BOM24047.
The aptly-named Scorch Trio are three of Scandinavian free music's most highly regarded (and prolific) players, ones who record their LPs live without overdubs to analogue tape and are primarily organized around the fire-breathing work of California-born, Finnish-based guitarist-composer Raoul Björkheim. As often can be the case with live free/improv recordings, Luggumt's charms are most blisteringly evident on first hearing, and incongruously enough this album is perhaps best enjoyed via infrequent listens, so that the peaks and troughs of the Scorch Trio's rugged topography are better able to retain their moments of unexpected alien beauty.
Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.
Luggumt was recorded two years later (January 2004) at the same studio, with the same engineer. Understandably, it sounds pretty close to the first one, although the music is not as scorching this time; there is more room to breathe, and a higher percentage of quiet(ish) passages, including the delicate drums/bass duet "Snaekje Rojnd Naevinj.
Luggumt Scorch Trio RIO/Avant-Prog. Second this power trio's studio release continued their sharp and quite noisy musical experiments, but this time with bigger accent on guitar sound. Music there on this album is rock improves with great technical level of musicianship, but differently from their debut album in whole is much more bulky and unfocused. It's always a risk when the album is recorded with pure improvisatory content, what doesn't means that there are not enough great result examples all around though.
8 tracks · 24 October 2010.
Paal Nilssen-Love discography. Paal Nilssen-Love (born December 24, 1974) is a Norwegian drummer active in the jazz and free jazz genres. He has released two solo albums, and his portfolio includes Atomic, School Days, The Thing, Scorch Trio, Territory Band, FME, and various duo projects such as with reedmen Peter Brötzmann, Ken Vandermark, John Butcher, organist Nils Henrik Asheim and noise experimentalist Lasse Marhaug.
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