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Thomas Strønen

Thomas Strønen
Country
Norway
Profile
Thomas Strønen (born 7 December 1972 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz drummer and composer. In addition to solo work, he is involved with Food, Humcrush, Reflections in Cosmo, and several other bands.
Website
http://thomasstronen.com
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Releases on file (17)
Thomas Strønen / Time Is a Blind Guide — Lucus Thomas Strønen / Time Is a Blind Guide — Lucus
(ECM 2576, 2018, CD)
Reflections in Cosmo — Reflections in Cosmo Reflections in Cosmo — Reflections in Cosmo
(RareNoise RNR073, 2017, CD)
Food — This Is Not a Miracle Food — This Is Not a Miracle
(ECM 2417, 2015, CD)
Thomas Strønen — Time Is a Blind Guide Thomas Strønen — Time Is a Blind Guide
(ECM 2467, 2015, CD)
Food — Mercurial Balm Food — Mercurial Balm
(ECM 2269, 2012, CD)
Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen — Ha! Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen — Ha!
(Rune Grammofon RCD2114, 2011, CD)
Food — Quiet Inlet Food — Quiet Inlet
(ECM 2063, 2010, CD)
Humcrush — Rest at Worlds End Humcrush — Rest at Worlds End
(Rune Grammofon RCD2081, 2008, CD)
Food — Molecular Gastronomy Food — Molecular Gastronomy
(Rune Grammofon RCD2069, 2007, CD)
Humcrush — Hornswoggle Humcrush — Hornswoggle
(Rune Grammofon RCD2055, 2006, CD)
Thomas Strønen — Pohlitz Thomas Strønen — Pohlitz
(Rune Grammofon RCD 2051, 2006, CD)
Thomas Strønen — Parish Thomas Strønen — Parish
(ECM 1870, 2005, CD)
Strønen / Storløkken (Humcrush) — Humcrush Strønen / Storløkken (Humcrush) — Humcrush
(Rune Grammofon RCD2039, 2004, CD)
Food — Last Supper Food — Last Supper
(Rune Grammofon RCD2041, 2004, CD)
Food — Veggie Food — Veggie
(Rune Grammofon RCD2027, 2002, CD)
Food — Organic and GM Food — Organic and GM
(Feral ASFA 104, 2001, CD)
Food — Food Food — Food
(Feral ASFA 101, 1999, CD)

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