This is Torsten’s music collection on Bandcamp.


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  1. An Ever Changing View
    by Matthew Halsall
    Mountains, Trees and Seas Mountains, Trees and Seas
    What can you say about Matthew Halsall? Just put on his music, dive in and submerge yourself in his wonderful soundscapes. I had the pleasure to see him live yesterday. Wow, it will stay with me forever.
  2. Changing Earth
    by Matthew Halsall
  3. The Temple Within
    by Matthew Halsall
  4. Black Acid Soul
    by Lady Blackbird
    Collage Collage
    Deep moving soul sung with a beautiful voice. There is not just a little touch of Billie Holiday while keeping her own mesmerising character. This record is close to perfect. Buy it!
  5. WEB MAX
    by Web Web x Max Herre
    Satori Ways (feat. Brandee Younger) Satori Ways (feat. Brandee Younger)
    Beautiful, soulful, understated music - an album which just flows. A perfect amalgamation of Western, Eastern and African music. And collaborations by Yusef Lateef, Mulatu Astatke and Charles Tolliver - just ingenious. Just to mention the “older” guard not to exclude Brandee Younger’s beautiful playing. Balm for the soul.
  6. Many Rivers.
    by Andy Hay
    Lost Lonnie. Lost Lonnie.
    Sit back, close your eyes and lose yourself. The only way to enjoy this beautiful album. From the music which feeds your soul, to the hand-threaded booklet and the amazing hand-painted cover. One piece of art!
  7. Ancient Africa
    by nat birchall
  8. Nafs at Peace
    by Jaubi
    Straight Path Straight Path
    A perfect merger of Eastern traditions with Western improvisation - enjoy every minute. This album is definitely a new twist in the long journey of Jazz and how it relates to the musical soul of every single region on this planet. I hope there is more to come.
  9. The Light Years Of The Darkness
    by emanative
    Love In Outer Space (feat' Ahmed Abdullah) Love In Outer Space (feat' Ahmed Abdullah)
    What can you say, at last I managed to get hold of a copy. Great reinterpretations of music by Pharoah Sanders, Sun Ra, Alice Coltrane et al. Nick Woodmansey’s best creation so far in collaboration with British top musicians. Perfectly catches the essence of these old masterpieces and brings them to new audiences without destroying them. Would love to be on one of his DJ sets.
  10. The Space In Which The Uncontrollable Unknown Resides, Can Be The Place From Which Creation Arises
    by Work Money Death
    Dusk Dusk
    Wow, this moves me straight back into the 70s and Pharoah Sanders’ work. You wouldn’t think that each instrument was recorded independently - it just works as one homogeneous piece. Tony Burkill shines on sax as always. Sublime.
  11. Penya LP
    by Penya
  12. Marcos Resende & Index
    by Marcos Resende & Index
    Nergal Nergal
    Wow! What a find. Such a shame that Marcos Resende could not see the release of this album. Thanks to FarOut for discovering this beauty and Marcos for creating such wonderful music. RIP
  13. Azimuth
    by Azymuth
    Estrada Dos Deuses Estrada Dos Deuses
    What a belter of an album, fresh, daring and already showing Azymuth’s talent in creating their own blend of Brazilian soundscapes. No surprise that they are still going strong. A must for any fan!
  14. Oneness
    by Matthew Halsall
    Loving Kindness Loving Kindness
    Earlier recordings by Matthew Halsall creating beautifully floating soundscapes. Just shows that it doesn’t matter whether wonderful music was made today or yesterday. It will always be entrancing.
  15. Bending Bridges
    by Mary Halvorson
    Hemorrhaging Smiles (No. 25) Hemorrhaging Smiles (No. 25)
    Mary Halvorson’s 9 year old recording is all what it needs to be, bold, playful, inventive, and a bit “weird” as she might put it. An absolute joy to listen to, never too abstract to completely lose track of rhythm and never, never boring. MH has got the rare ability to stimulate brain and heart at the same time. Just wish they would reissue her 2 first albums on vinyl.
  16. Salute to the Sun
    by Matthew Halsall
    Oh my, what a beautiful album. Spiritual, ethereal and one complete piece of art. Matthew Halsall really shines here, and, combined with harp and flute/sax, reaches new heights.
  17. Exaltation - Live In Athens Vol. 1
    by Nat Birchall Sextet
    Humility Humility
    If you want to know what Nat Birchall is all about, listen to this sextet live set. Inspiring, spiritual compositions intermingled with exciting improvisations. When musicians take their time, getting lost in their own play and are just there, in the moment. Hopefully, there will be a Vol. 2 soon.
  18. Escape The Flames
    by Binker and Moses
    Binker and Moses were on fire on that date. This is an absolutely amazing set by the two, actually reminding me of some Coltrane live pieces at times. An essential album for anyone who loves smoking hot improvisation. And a beautiful pressing with the transparent vinyl and the usual top notch quality by Gearbox Records.
  19. RAGAS FROM LAHORE - improvisations with Jaubi
    by Tenderlonious
    After the incredible Tender in Lahore EP, Ed Cawthorne extends his exploration of Indian ragas allowing us to dive deeper into his spiritual mind. Spellbinding.
  20. Shaman!
    by Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids
    When Will I See You Again? When Will I See You Again?
    A nicely flowing sound, from one piece to the next. While there are no standout tracks, although “When will I see you again?” is heartbreaking, it represents a consistent and solid achievement. Mixing funk, space jazz, afro beat, rock it’s just a joy to listen to.