Norwegian vocalist Sidsel Endresen (who sings in British) is one particular 1990s artists who demonstrates the raising difficulty in applying traditional 20th-century categorizations to numerous modern music albums. Even though singer/songwriter works together with some significant jazz music artists, her information aren’t actually jazz; although they will have a lot of experimental components, they are securely grounded in tunes, and are even more accessible than very much “songs.” Her items also betray the impact of some rock and roll and folk (her tone of voice is very similar to Sandy Denny’s), but carry even much less concrete relationships to the people forms. Endresen offers recorded a few albums for ECM that keep some hallmarks from the label’s brand spacious production beliefs, but prevent sterility. Her abstract lyrics are supported by jazzy minimalist strokes that sometimes skate into dissonance. Drummer Jon Christensen and cellist David Darling will be the most recognizable from the music artists on these discs, that have a broader charm compared to the traditional ECM hearing base.
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