Remote Location

by Scott McLemore

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Carsten Pieper
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Carsten Pieper Without knowing, I bought two albums featuring the same sax player (Óskar Gudjónsson), whom I didn't know before, at the same day, amazing!
Colourful, subtle drumming by bandleader Scott McLemore, an American relocated to Iceland. The album definetely comes with a "nordic flavour". Nice playing the other band members, too! Favorite track: Remote Location.
Philip Wain
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Philip Wain contemporary jazz with personality, atmospheric music, great writing and playing
Alan Hall
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Alan Hall Amazingly smooth atmospheric album in the ECM style. The more you listen, the better it gets. All good! Favorite track: Remote Location.
Artemis Robison
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Artemis Robison For me, the track 'Citizen Sitting Zen' paints a picture of a family of hibernating bears all snuggled up for a warm winter's nap...til the end, where they're all roly-poly tumbling about in a field of spring flowers. But hey, that's just me. Favorite track: Citizen Sitting Zen.
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about

It's an album about fond memories and fast friends, homesickness and new beginnings, musical heros and cooking. It's a collection of songs that each have a unique significance to me, and I was lucky enough to find four musicians who could interpret them with equal uniqueness.

credits

released August 28, 2012

Scott McLemore - drums
Óskar Guðjónsson - tenor saxophone
Andrés Thor - accoustic and electric guitar
Sunna Gunnlaugs - piano and wurlitzer
Róbert Þórhallsson - contrabass, electric and acoustic bass guitar


Produced by Scott McLemore and Sunna Gunnlaugs

All compositions by Scott McLemore (STEF & SESAC)

Recorded by Kjartan Kjartansson at Salurinn, Kópavogur, Iceland.
Mixed by Kjartan Kjartansson at Biohljóð.
Mastered by Bjarni Bragi Kjartansson at Hljóðriti.
Recording of Tui birds in New Zealand by Nathan Moody.
Photography by Jake Messenger.
Typeface: Static by Slava Kirilenko.
Design by d-steam.com.

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Scott McLemore Iceland

An American drummer living in Iceland trying not to disturb the huldufólk. He has been writing his own music since he quit piano lessons as a kid, and he almost has it figured out.

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