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Easy Listening by Tales From The Fridge

This record is surprising in many ways. For a start, it is a record with a new Swedish group. Secondly, it's a live recording produced by a guy who normally produces pop music, Ollie Olson has produced Ace of Base, Jennifer Brown and even Hip-Hop! But thirdly, and most important, that it's such great music. I haven't heard anything like this from modern groups. It makes me think of some of the records from the 70's, but yet it feels so fresh. Many groups have tried to perform melodic improvisations but when you listen to this group, you really can hear that these guys knows what they're doing, and they listen to each other, and they're humble towards music and each other. Remember, it is a live recording! I was at the concert too, and it blew my mind totally. I think they have something going on here! Since I'm and a fan of these guys, I have made a website with some info, it's not an official site: Tales From The Fridge The record is distributed by BMG Sweden.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Tales From The Fridge
  • CD Title: Easy Listening
  • Genre: Fusion
  • Year Released: 2003
  • Record Label: Lovebat Records
  • Tracks: Peanut Butter, Cheese, Mayo, Eggs, Milk, Bacon
  • Musicians: Aron Tideström, tenor sax/ethno flute; Tommy Lakso, guitars; Carl T Jacobson, piano/fender rhodes; Peter Frykholm, upright bass; Staffan Lahti, drums.
  • Rating: Five Stars
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