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Album Review

Jazzagenturen: The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Three

Read "The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Three" reviewed by Jim Worsley


The Swedish jazz collective, Jazzagenturen. founded by Pontus de Wolfe, reached deep into their collective souls and stood up to the downsides of the Covid-19 coronavirus early on. This large ensemble entered a studio on April 2nd 2020. Twelve hours later they emerged having recorded fifty songs. The Stockholm Corona Sessions (Bra Skivor, 2020) are being released in five volumes, spread out through 2020 and 2021, Gathering worldwide attention by being both an unprecedented project and superb multi-ranged jazz recordings, ...

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Album Review

Jazzagenturen: The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Two

Read "The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Two" reviewed by Jim Worsley


The Swedish jazz collective Jazzagenturen, founded by Pontus de Wolfe, reached deep into their collective souls and stood up to the downsides of the Covid-19 coronavirus early on. This large ensemble entered a studio on April 2nd. Twelve hours later they emerged having recorded fifty songs. The Stockholm Corona Sessions (Bra Skivor, 2020) are being released in five volumes, spread out through 2020. Gathering worldwide attention due to being both an unprecedented project and superb multi-ranged jazz recordings, Jazzagenturen was ...

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Album Review

Jazzagenturen: The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume One

Read "The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume One" reviewed by Jim Worsley


The Swedish jazz collective Jazzagenturen, founded by Pontus de Wolfe, reached deep into its collective soul and stood up to the downsides of the Covid-19 coronavirus early on. This large ensemble entered a studio on April 2nd. Twelve hours later they emerged having recorded fifty songs. The Stockholm Corona Sessions are being released in five volumes, spread out through 2020. Gathering worldwide attention due to being both an unprecedented project and superb multi-ranged jazz recordings, Jazzagenturen was not seeking this ...

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Extended Analysis

Martin Hoper: The Bride

Read "Martin Hoper: The Bride" reviewed by Dave Sumner


Martin HöperThe BrideHoob Records2012There is a solemnity throughout bassist Martin Höper's The Bride. When he presents a blues, it enhances the despair. When he presents a waltz, it adds to the grace. And when the tone grows celebratory, the receding soberness induces even wider smiles. Imbuing fun music with stately mannerisms is what gives The Bride an emotional complexity that brings such satisfying and successful results.The opening track has a ...


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