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Artist: Mathias Eick Album: Skala Genre: Modern Creative, Smooth Jazz Origin: Germany Released: 2011 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps. Tracklist: 1. Skala 2. Edinburgh 3. June 4. Oslo 5. Joni 6. Biermann 7. Day After 8. Epilogue. Those who’ve caught Mathias Eick live, since the release of The Door (ECM, 2008), know that, as strong a first salvo as that debut was, it was no preparation for the power of the Norwegian trumpeter in performance. A more ambitious follow-up, Skala features, at its core, Eick’s double-drum quintet, though the trumpeter doesn’t shy away from reconfiguring his group as the music demands. June is largely a duo feature for Eick and Ulvo-who, unlike live performance, stays with grand piano throughout the album-until Sidsel Walstad’s harp enters to expand the soundscape of this elegant, poignant song.
It features hit singles "You Can Leave Your Hat On" and "Don't You Love Me Anymore", the first made popular after its use in the famous striptease scene in the film 9 1/2 Weeks. Released as a single, Cocker's version of the song peaked at No. 35 on Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. The album also features rendition of Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues", a Motown legend's classic lament to urban decay.