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Quality: FLAC 16 bits 44.1kHz
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Art Star Art Star 4:29    
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Track length:4:29
Artist: The Thing
Performer: Mats Gustafsson - Saxophones
Ingebrigt Flaten - Doublebass
Paal N. Love - Drums
ISRC: NOSTS0478010
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Aluminum Aluminum 4:11    
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Track length:4:11
Artist: The Thing
Performer: Mats Gustafsson - Saxophones
Ingebrigt Flaten - Doublebass
Paal N. Love - Drums
Genre: Jazz
ISRC: NOSTS0478020
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Haunted Haunted 5:57    
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Track length:5:57
Artist: The Thing
Performer: The Thing
Genre: Jazz
ISRC: NOSTS0478030
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Eine Kleine Marschmusik Eine Kleine Marschmusik 6:11    
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Track length:6:11
Artist: The Thing
Performer: The Thing
ISRC: NOSTS0478040
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Hey Fläsk Hey Fläsk 3:50    
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Track length:3:50
Artist: The Thing
Performer: The Thing
Genre: Jazz
ISRC: NOSTS0478050
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Have Love Will Travel Have Love Will Travel 2:15    
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Track length:2:15
Artist: The Thing
Performer: The Thing
Genre: Jazz
ISRC: NOSTS0478060
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Garage Garage 11:44    
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Track length:11:44
Artist: The Thing
Performer: The Thing
Genre: jazz
ISRC: NOSTS0478070

About The Thing:

“Absurdly cool" (DJ MAGAZINE)

The trio of Mats Gustafsson, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, and Paal Nilssen-Love was established in February 2000 during a series of concerts and a recording in Stockholm. The recordings were released in Sweden by the label Crazy Wisdom/Universal. This trio is a long wanted collaboration where the German, British and American tradition of free music is melded together in this Swedish-Norwegian trio where the energy is at its peak. The repertoire is collected from the music of legendary trumpeter Don Cherry who spent many of his years living in Stockholm. These are tunes that are rarely played and represent a period in Cherry’s life that was to inspire the Swedish jazz scene. Cherry’s son, Eagle Eye, wrote the liner notes for the CD (Gustafsson/Flaten/Nilssen-Love, "The Thing", Crazy Wisdom) that was released in Europe in Spring 2001. The trio toured Sweden and Norway in February 2001 with American multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee who rare...