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Trout Qt

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Seiz (6:04)
2. Moonracer (4:37)
3. Galas (6:49)
4. Swamp Thing (4:07)
5. Cool Cats (9:57)
6. Ffunk (4:27)
7. Trout To Lunch (4:24)
8. Kitty Litter (3:43)
9. Rumrum (5:25)
10. Päästäsi Sään Saan (7:04)
11. Emale (6:17)

Total Time 62:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Matti Kanerva / drums
- Jari Kokkonen / bass
- Jukka Packalen / guitar
- Fredrik Söderholm / sax, flute, harmonica, keys, percussion

Releases information

Self Released

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Finnish foursome TROUT QT was formed back in 2009, originally called Trout Trio but altering their name when they became a quartet in 2011. "Trout to Lunch" is their debut album, and was self released in the summer of 2012.

Trout Qt has made a fine debut effort with "Trout to Lunch". Instrumental jazz rock is the name of the game, performed by seasoned instrumentalists that are firm and secure in their performance. On this disc the overall vibe is a relaxed one, with tight interaction and compact arrangements as core features as I experienced it. Fans of instrumental jazz rock of the 70's should be something of a core audience for this CD I suspect, and in particular those amongst them fond of tight band performances that incorporate solo runs to a greater degree than giving them a strong and dominating place in the arrangements, if such a description should make sense to anyone.

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