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Artist: Aaltonen, Juhani And Heikki Sarmanto
Title: Conversations
Format: CD
Catalog Number:24
Barcode:6430015289246 itemnumber=1000106438
Price: $24.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Genre: JAZZ
Release Date: 2/21/2012
Availability: In Stock
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(2-CD set) Conversations presents two Finnish jazz icons, saxophonist Juhani Aaltonen and pianist Heikki Sarmanto, in an extended musical conversation – an open dialogue. It is a collection of 16 improvisations either created spontaneously in the studio or by using Sarmanto’s compositions and even two standards as a launching pad – nearly two hours of improvised music altogether. Conversations is not their first duo album but it is without a doubt one of their very best, reflecting nearly five decades of shared musical history and their love for improvisation. CD-1 1. When I Was With You (Heikki Sarmanto) 2. So Much Happened… (Juhani Aaltonen and Heikki Sarmanto) 3. What We Cannot Imagine (Heikki Sarmanto) 4. …It Happened Today (Juhani Aaltonen and Heikki Sarmanto) 5. Le Petit Soldat (Heikki Sarmanto) 6. Just Like A Dream (Juhani Aaltonen and Heikki Sarmanto) 7. You and the Night and the Music (Arthur Schwartz – Howard Dietz) 8. Evening Prayer (Heikki Sarmanto) CD-2 1. From Nothing (Heikki Sarmanto) 2. No Work Bound Me (Heikki Sarmanto) 3. Free Souls (Juhani Aaltonen and Heikki Sarmanto) 4. The Sea In The Moonlight (Heikki Sarmanto) 5. War Trane (Heikki Sarmanto) 6. Peace Talks (Juhani Aaltonen and Heikki Sarmanto) 7. Alone Together (Arthur Schwartz – Howard Dietz) 8. Evening Haze (Heikki Sarmanto)

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