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301 - e.s.t. [Esbjorn Svensson Trio]

A sombre, portentous opener, Behind the Stars, has lone piano, merging into the extended Inner City, City Lights, one of the albums two staggering epics. Delicately haunting bass enters almost unnoticed,...

Bix - A Tribute to Bix Beiderbecke

Bix Beiderbecke's life-story was so tragic, it still has the power to affect one deeply. However, in his case, what remains alongside the confused heap of anecdotes and hearsay are his recordings, all...

Christof Lauer & NDR Big Band Play Sidney Bechet - Petite Fleur

German saxophonist Christof Lauer joins forces with the NDR Bigband for Petite Fleur , an album celebrating Sidney Bechet, one of the founding fathers of jazz. Bechet played the soprano saxophone like...

E.S.T. Symphony

With their all-embracing vision of jazz, Esbjrn Svensson Trio (pianist Esbjrn Svensson, bassist Dan Berglund and drummer Magnus Ostrm) was without doubt one of the most widely admired and influential European...

Esbjorn Svensson Trio Plays Monk

Originally recorded in 1996, the ESBJORN SVENSSON TRIO's tribute to Thelonious Monk further establishes them as the hottest jazz act on the planet right now, as their recent UK dates have shown."Deeply...

How Long Is Now?

After the album 'My Working Class Hero,' dedicated to John Lennon and 'Tears for Esbjrn,' a homage to the influential Swedish pianist, 'How Long Is Now?' puts the spotlight fairly and squarely back on...

Into the Mystic

The Austrian pianist David Helbock belongs to the generation of jazz musicians who are heading off in their own individual directions, pushing the boundaries, radically re-configuring our understanding...

Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic VI: Celtic Roots

The concert series 'Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic' has set itself the ambition to reflect current developments and shifts in jazz, and in European jazz in particular, ever since it started. A new configuration...

Jazz at the Berlin Philharmonic 1

Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic: The new concert series in the Chamber Music Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic picks up on Norman Granz' ground-breaking 1944 idea for Jazz at the Philharmonic . The Berlin Philharmonic...

Just the Two of Us

Just the Two of Us is an intimate duo album by this husband and wife pairing. Apart from songs by Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and Abbey Lincoln, the pair play their own compositions. The variety of expression...

Kalle Kalima: High Noon

Kalle Kalima's music is mean, moody, magnificent, and is also adventurous and full of surprises. Whether he is off exploring the badlands on the borders of rock, putting his hand on his heart to salute...

Komeda

On Komeda Polish piano star Leszek Mozdzer has created a series of small masterpieces which go far beyond any pigeonholed way of thinking and offer a musical romance for jazz fans as well as lovers of...

Landed in Brooklyn

For their 5th album, the German brothers trumpeter Julian and pianist Roman Wasserfuhr are in Brooklyn. For this new album, their fifth for Act, the idea had emerged that the magic of the city of New York,...

Mask Dance

New sounds from the ancient instruments of Korea: Black String create a unique musical language drawing on Korean traditional music, jazz and free improvisation. Yoon Jeong Heo, the bandleader, instigator...

Monteverdi in the Spirit of Jazz

A Happy 450th 'in the Spirit of Jazz'. Claudio Monteverdi is one of the hidden giants of music history. In May, the Italian late renaissance composer, born in 1567, would have been 450 years old, which...

My History of Jazz - Iiro Rantala

Finnish pianist Iiro Rantala offers his personal history of the music that captivated him when he was 13. "My history of jazz" takes us from Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations, upon which Rantala...

Nachtfahrten

Michael Wollny's star continues to rise, sharply, with recognition now rightly his as one of the leading jazz musicians of our time. Wollny is too big a musical talent either to get comfortable or to rest...

Nils Landgren: Christmas With My Friends V

It was a simple but hugely effective festive idea for the Swedish trombonist and ACT mainstay, Nils Landgren - to gather friends around him and play an assortment of Christmas songs. In 2006, on went the...

Polska

Leszek Mozdzer - already a star in his homeland, and in Europe the most important Polish jazz musician of his generation after Tomasz Stako, the 42 year-old pianist from Danzig is the embodiment of the...

Posting Joe: Celebrating Weather Report - Live

After spending 2006-2008 in worldwide demand for their exciting string- quartet-meets-jazz-fusion take on the music of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, radio. string. quartet. vienna have put aside the covers...

Potsdamer Platz - Jan Lundgren

Jan Lundgren's starting point is his rootedness in the American jazz piano tradition, which was what first brought him together with mainstream players such as Harry Allen and Scott Hamilton. And yet his...

Redhorn Collection - Nils Landgren

To celebrate his 20 years as an ACT artist here are two hours of musical enjoyment with Mr. Redhorn and friends, including: Maceo Parker, Brecker Brothers, Joe Sample, Roy Hargrove, Fred Wesley, Ray Parker...

Seven Days of Falling

Svennson's piano is economical, melodic, sounding often like Keith Jarrett on a note ration. Sometimes he uses the piano as a percussion instrument (which technically is exactly what it is), pulling minimalist...

Sfumato

French saxophonist mile Parisien, instigator of some of the most musical, formidably skilful yet wackily diverting adventures in recent European jazz, makes a rare UK visit in a duo at November s London...

She Moves On

Korean singer Youn Sun Nah is one of the most brilliantly successful artists of our time in jazz (or more accurately, jazz-related music). In her native country she is a major star. Her love of chanson...

Snow Melt

Marius Neset burst onto the scene with his first album as leader in 2011, and was instantly hailed as combining 'Brecker's power and Garbarek's tonal delicacy' and being 'on his way to being one of the...

Sun Blowing

'A wonderfully warm, spontaneous and natural record. Sun Blowing deserves every one of its five stars' Jazz Journal ---------------------- There s a lot of inviting improv space in the harmonically free...

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