1982 Jakob Magnusson – Tvær Systur

Tvær Systur (Time Zone) is an album by Icelandic composer Jakob Magnusson, released in 1982.

Jakob Frímann Magnússon is a composer, keyboard player, film director and producer. In Iceland he is best known as the keyboardist and one of the founders of the multiartistic band Stuðmenn, with which he has so far produced 16 albums as of 2017. He has also directed, produced and starred in several films, and released several solo albums with a number of famous jazz musicians from the United States. For a period of the 1990s he was the cultural attaché of the Icelandic embassy in London. Since 2002, aside from playing in Stuðmenn and recording new albums, Jakob Frímann is the co-owner and manager of the advertisement agency Bankastræti in Reykja


1  Vínland´ið Góða (Jakob Magnusson) 04:42
2  Tvær Systur (Jakob Magnusson) 03:27
3  Fingrarím (Jakob Magnusson) 05:06
4  Teflt Í Morgunsárið (Jakob Magnusson) 03:31
5  Bréf Til Ömmu (Jakob Magnusson) 05:15
6  Rauðará (Jakob Magnusson) 03:54
7  Fitlað Við Fimbulorgan (Jakob Magnusson) 03:42



BassJeff Berlin
BassSteve Anderson
DrumsVinnie Colaiuta
GuitarMike Landau
KeyboardsJakob Magnusson
SaxSteve Tavaglione
PercussionMike Fisher

Liner Notes

Producer – Jakob Magnússon
Engineers – Patrick McDonald, Heyward Collins, Gunnar Smari Helgason, Julius Agnarsson, Jonas R. Jonsson

Recorded At Excalibur Studios,
Recorded At Grettisgat
Recorded At Stemma
Recorded At Hljodriti