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Tom Prehn: Tom Prehn Quartet (1967)

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Not generally known as a hotbed for free jazz, the tiny country of Denmark has actually spawned some great music. The single biggest Danish star of modern jazz, alto saxophonist John Tchicai, recorded in a variety of settings with influential American and European improvisers. And the city of Copenhagen hosted some of the most epochal early '60s documents of the free jazz era (eg. Cecil Taylor's Nefertiti. ) In 1967, Danish pianist Tom Prehn entered a Copenhagen studio to create ...


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