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Daily Mirror


Download links and information about Daily Mirror by Rebekka Bakken, Wolfgang Muthspiel. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 57:39 minutes.

Artist: Rebekka Bakken, Wolfgang Muthspiel
Release date: 2000
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 11
Duration: 57:39
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No. Title Length
1. It's Ok 4:22
2. Emotions on a Lazy Day 6:54
3. Nowhere 4:26
4. Wonders 2:08
5. Day After Day 5:30
6. Smack of Dogskin 4:39
7. Angela 5:58
8. Drawing Lines 7:47
9. Sister 6:35
10. Jesus Song 5:16
11. Love of Another 4:04



The first album on guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel's new label is something of a departure for him. Related only tangentially to jazz, it consists mostly of Muthspiel's musical settings of lyrics by Bernd Hagg, which are sung by Rebekka Bakken; Bakken is accompanied by Muthspiel, saxophonist Chris Cheek, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade. How does it work? Quite nicely, really. Bakken is a fine and expressive singer with a voice somewhere between Marianne Faithfull and Syd Straw, and Muthspiel's arrangements are complex and yet accessible; on songs like "Sister" and "Angela" there are moments of pure pop bliss, but things are generally a bit more angular and abstract than that. Hagg's lyrics, which are written in English, sometimes distract; his grasp of English idiom is not entirely firm (a line like "Can I pay now for the chance that concocted us here?" is, sadly, not atypical). But Muthspiel's music and Bakken's fine singing are more than enough to counterbalance the occasionally distressing lyrical misstep. Recommended.