A Livingroom Hush

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A Livingroom Hush
Studio album by Jaga Jazzist
Released 2001
Genre Jazztronica
Length 48:55
Label Smalltown Supersound
Producer Jørgen Træen
Jaga Jazzist chronology
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A Livingroom Hush is the debut album of Jaga Jazzist, released in 2001 by Ninja Tune under the authority of the Warner Music Group. The BBC named it the best jazz album of 2002.[1] The album features ten instrumental songs, most of which having been composed by Lars Horntveth and Jørgen Munkeby.[2][3][4][5]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[3]
Dagbladet 5/6 stars[5]

Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review awarded the album four stars[3] and review by the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet awarded the album 5 stars (dice).[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Animal Chin" 4:07
2. "Going Down" 5:20
3. "Press Play" 1:06
4. "Airborne" 5:13
5. "Real Racecars Have Doors" 4:15
6. "Low Battery" 5:50
7. "Midget" 2:32
8. "Made For Radio" 5:22
9. "Lithuania" 8:37
10. "Cinematic" 6:24

Credits[edit]

Performed by Jaga Jazzist
Production
  • Mastering – Audun Strype, Ingar Hunskaar
  • Mixing – Andreas Mjøs
  • Mixing, all string arrangements – Lars Horntveth
  • Mixing – Martin Horntveth
  • Artworks (sleeve - shape/color) – Martin Horntveth, christian@stateroom
  • Photography – Colin Eick
  • Producer, Recording, Mixing, – Jørgen Træen

Notes[edit]

Recorded in Duper Studios, Spring 2000. Mixed Summer 2000. Mastered at Strype Audio.[6]

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