Ingvi Thor Kormaksson

Ingvi Thor Kormaksson

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Jazz - Fusion | Reykjavik, Iceland
Total Song Plays: 5,322   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 3/29/2017

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Ingvi Thor Kormaksson is an Icelandic songwriter. 11 albums to his credit, 4 of which are performed by JJ Soul Band, co-written by UK singer/songwriter, JJ Soul. Their music can be described as being on the boundaries of blues, jazz and funk (blues-(con)fusion)!. Ingvi has also written music for Icelandic vocalists (pop-latin-folk-jazz). Altogether; he has had more than 150 of his compositions recorded by various artists. He's mostly written in the AC (adult contemorary) genre. Jazzy chord progressions, blues, bossanova and samba rhythms are often featured in his music but sometimes folk music traditions can also be heard. Also we have here a few instrumental tracks in the categories of smooth-jazz/latin.


Latest News

JJ Soul Band's latest album was "BRIGHT LIGHTS" (2008). Digital distr. by CD Baby, AMAZON, etc.
Ingvi's new album is LAT├ŹNUDEILDIN - LATIN FACULTY (2012), a collection of latin-flavoured tracks; bossanova, samba, etc. performed by a selection of Icelandic vocalists + one from Faroe Islands (Eivor) and another from Brasil (Jussanam). English lyrics by JJ Soul.


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Mark Daniel Fossey posted over 30 days ago to Ingvi Thor Kormaksson


Hey there ITK. Thanks for checking out my new song "When a Plan Comes Together". I am still voting you up in the TT lists. I like your work a lot.


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mossmunn/scrapman posted over 30 days ago


Lovely stuff man, check out my song World Walled - you should like it .


Alan Gillis (Gulliver) posted over 30 days ago


Love what I've listened to so far and I'll definitely be coming back to your page.
Alan


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