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ARTICLE: BAILEY'S BUNDLES

Female Vocals 2017 II – Cheryl Fisher, Natalia M. King, Beata Pater, Ellen Andersson, Cecilia Persson

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The ladies just keep on coming...

Cheryl Fisher
Quietly There
OA2 Records
2016

Vocalist Cheryl Fisher was once called, “Canada's best-kept secret." After five well-received recordings, Fisher weighs in with her sixth release, Quietly There on the Origin Arts AO2 imprint, using what could ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Stockholm Jazz Festival 2016

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Stockholm Jazz Festival
Stockholm, Sweden
October 7-16, 2016

This year's autumnal Stockholm Jazz Festival continued their tilt toward world and improvisational music in the context of a jazz festival. That said, there was an ample supply of shows to go see and hear where “jazz" was preeminent. Programming world ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Stockholm Jazz Festival 2015

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Stockholm Jazz Festival
Stockholm, Sweden
October 9-18, 2015

The sleeper at this year's Stockholm Jazz Festival, and one this reviewer initially found more a curiosity than anything else, oddly enough was downright riveting, not to mention the first evening's headliner. More in the category of being a name crossover artist ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Jesper Bodilsen

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01. Antonio Zambrini--Due colori (Abeat--2003).
Ho conosciuto il pianista Antonio Zambrini durante la partecipazione al progetto con la cantante Silwia Bialas. Ho apprezzato da subito il suo modo di suonare che mi ricorda un poco quello del mio amico pianista svedese Lars Jansson. Zambrini mi ha dato questo album e lo sto ascoltando continuamente ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Jesper Bodilsen: Scenografie

Read "Scenografie" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

When Danish bassist Jesper Bodilsen stepped out as a leader with the album Short Stories for Dreamers (Stunt, 2009), he proved himself not only as a superbly skilled instrumentalist, but also as a master of subdued poetic moods. Together with trumpeter Peter Asplund, guitarist Ulf Wakenius and vibraphonist Severi Pyysalo, he created an entire universe of ...

Pointing Fingers... And Naming Names

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As the countdown continues toward the last Big Band Report in June, the time has come to point fingers and name names--in other words, to compile a short list of contemporary jazz musicians who have risen above the norm to help make life more pleasurable for one devoted listener. These are, mind you, personal choices, and ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Johannesson, Schultz and Berglund, featuring Jacob Karlzon: Cause And Effect

Read "Cause And Effect" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Events from a momentous three-year musical period greatly influenced this album: in 1967 the death of John Coltrane; the release, two years later, of In A Silent Way (Columbia, 1969) by his former boss, trumpeter Miles Davis; and the demise of rock icon Jimi Hendrix in 1970.

The line-up is Max Schultz, one ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Vivian Buczek: Live At The Palladium

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Swedish vocalist Vivian Buczek has been on the Scandinavian jazz scene for over a decade, releasing her first album, Can't We Be Friends (Skandia Music) in 2003. Live At The Palladium is her fourth solo album, though she's also recorded with the Artistry Jazz Group. The Palladium in question isn't the world- renowned London theatre, it's ...

George Stone / Fred Hess Big Band / Jamie Begian Big Band

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George Stone

The Real Deal

Self Published

2010

Every once in a while the stars align, the wheel of fortune spins precisely and listeners are the happy recipients of a big band album that is remarkably engaging and spectacular from start to finish; in other words, The Real Deal. This ...

Mads Vinding: Bubbles & Ballads / Bass & Bones

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With the death of Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen in 2005, the keys to the kingdom of double bass playing in Denmark passed at long last to Mads Vinding. Only two years separated the two men--Pedersen was born in 1946, Vinding in 1948--but “young" Vinding always found himself in the giant shadow cast by Pedersen.

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