“Funky synthesized jazz with mood and feeling from the Estonian composer and keyboard veteran”
Embark on a musical journey with “Shapes and Colours,” the first album produced at Jazzaggression’s Pelto Studio in Siuntio, Finland. The creative team at Pelto Studio had the privilege of collaborating with the highly acclaimed Estonian composer and musician, Tõnu Naissoo, for their first recording session. Tõnu’s reputation as a talented composer and performer precedes him, with a large following in Estonia and Japan.
Recorded during the Summer of 2022, Tõnu showcased his musical prowess with the classic electric piano Rhodes MK2, and an impresssive array of vintage synthesizers. Backed up by the in-house studio group of Aleksi Heinola on drums, Teemu Åkerblom on acoustic and electric bass, and Markus Holkko on reeds and flute. This collaborative effort resulted in a unique blend of pre-composed material and spontaneous compositions, capturing the joyous energy of the season.
With the dynamic soundscape of the late 70’s/early 80’s era, “Shapes and Colours” is a testament to the vitality of library/mood music with a touch of jazz and funk. Get ready to be transported to a summery vibe, as the vibrant compositions showcase the sheer talent of Tõnu Naissoo and the Pelto Studio team.
This is the first album in our New Library Series, celebrating the library music legacy with newly recorded material from musicians of all ages. In a genre beding, creative and experimental setting.
Limited release, 180 gram vinyl with obi, insert inside and digital download.
7 in stock