Snowapple: Wrong Feet
Jazz full of Caribbean and South African influences, as an ode to the legendary Sean Bergin. Quirky arrangements characterize Snowapple's music and can be described as folk-avant-garde-pop-cumbia with a punk edge.
The three Snowapple singers set the tone in this large, international group with musicians from Senegal, Mexico, South Africa and Scotland, among others. They play songs from Snowapple's new album, Wrong Feet, dedicated to jazz musician Sean Bergin (1948-2012). His infectious melodies have led to new music from the members of Snowapple: Una Bergin (daughter of Sean), Laurien Schreuder and Laura Polence.
Wrong Feet takes you into these three leading ladies' playful, absurd and humorous world. Saxophonist and flautist Sean Bergin grew up in Durban, South Africa and made a name for himself in international jazz from Amsterdam. He combined the music from his youth with typical Dutch improvisation music. Singing and theatre were essential elements in his work. For Wrong Feet, Snowapple formed a group around several musicians who knew Sean Bergin.
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