Category: Alternative

  1. Meztisho Reply
    Multi-instrumentalist Stein Urheim took part very early in the adventure of the Hubro label (his first solo LP Kosmolodi is from ), but his most essential and surprising feat dates back to just five months earlier: Simple Pieces & Paper Cut​-​Outs (), a collection of studies and solos for classical guitar, configured themselves as a genuine Scandinavian variation of Paco de Lucía’s flamenco, crossed by .
  2. JoJohn Reply
    Stein Urheim, a guitarist from Bergen, Norway, is merely the latest to commit his confrontation with Fahey’s legacy to wax. He tips his hat to The Yellow Princess and other recordings of that vintage in this album’s accompanying book of tablature, but even if he hadn’t put it down in writing, you could hear it in his playing. Urhein is no rooky.
  3. Samugami Reply
    Apr 15,  · No-frills fingerstyle masterclass blends hard-won solo skills with superb audiophile sound on LP or download, on Stein Urheim´s new album “Simple Pieces & Paper Cut-Outs” that will be out in August. It’s so good you don’t even have to play the guitar to enjoy it. If you do, there’s a page musical score and tablature to help learn.
  4. Kazram Reply
    For his sixth Hubro album, the Norwegian composer, bandleader and virtuoso guitarist Stein Urheim presents a new set of compositions for a specially formed group featuring three of his favourite musicians: bassist Ole Morten Vagan and percussionists/multi-instrumentalists Hans Hulbækmo and Kåre Opheim.
  5. Mazukus Reply
    Stein Urheim The Bergen-based guitarist Stein Urheim´s name has appeared in an increasing number of contexts in recent years. In he released his debut album Three Sets of Music and the following year he received the Vossajazz festival-Award.
  6. Aranos Reply
    © Stein Urheim. Design: Leiv ReedLeiv Reed.
  7. Durn Reply
    Jun 11,  · “The main idea for the album was that I wanted to do an acoustic guitar recording without any overdubs”, Stein Urheim says. “It’s all played on one particular acoustic guitar, with all of its sonic possibilities and limitations as the centre of attention.
  8. Gogul Reply
    Mar 19,  · Norwegian bandleader and guitarist Stein Urheim’s latest album occupies a branch on the same family tree as artists like Sun Ra, Pharoah Sanders and Don Cherry. But where those artists often dealt with deep time and wide space in distinctly mystical or devotional terms, Urheim’s outlook might better be described as ‘earth jazz’.