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In 2005, The Five Corners Quintet from Helsinki took the international dancefloor jazz scene by a storm. "Chasin’ the Jazz Gone By”, their debut for Ricky-Tick Records, a label that was initially conceived of as a vehicle for releasing the very first TFCQ vinyl single, proved out to be both an artistic and a commercial success story. For once and for all, the album proved that it is possible to look back while moving forward. The touch of producer-composer Tuomas… read more

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  • Avatar for destro987
    Dear God, they're awesome
  • Avatar for PixieVonDust
    Chasin' the Jazz Gone By is definitely my favourite...
  • Avatar for m4_1337
    havent checked the new 1 yet. gotta get it! love the five corners quintett so f***** much :D
  • Avatar for berban
    both their albums are so perfect. Any votes on which is perfect-er? I'm undecided.
  • Avatar for Stereulor
    Love "Three Corners" :)
  • Avatar for Ameliepoulain75
    Me love it very much :-) This is great stuff and I would like to hear much more of it.
  • Avatar for zapatosgrandes
    i want "The Five Corners Quintet" to play at my funeral!
  • Avatar for enojohop
    They won the critical and jazz awards of Finlands annual Grammy -like competition 2008. From just listening to their latest album I can say they deserved it.
  • Avatar for heruttaja
    oh they're so amazing live. and on small stages they're best, when you get to see them really close and can see all their face expressions and all. now i've seen them three times and can't wait to see them again! fantastic band :)
  • Avatar for pgjesper
    cant wait to catch them live again. coming to town this week ;-)

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