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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Yokada: Stillness & Sirens

Read "Stillness & Sirens" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

A new Stockholm-based piano trio, Yokada, has released their debut recording on Lisa Ullén's Disorder label. Though the sparse liner notes give no indication, it is a safe assumption that the trio's name comes from Andrew Hill's “Yokada Yokada" on Judgment! (Blue Note, 1964). This release--Stillness and Sirens--features one composition that is a tribute to Hill. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Lisa Ullen: Piano Works

Read "Piano Works" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Lisa Ullén is best known for her work with Swiss bassist Nina de Heney, including Carve (2009), Look Right (2013)--both on LJ Records--and Quarrtsiluni (Lamour Records, 2016). Ullén was born in South Korea but raised in Sweden and graduated from the Royal Musical Academy in Stockholm where she studied classical piano. With well over a dozen ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Lisa Ullén: Piano Works

Read "Piano Works" reviewed by John Sharpe

Pianist Lisa Ullén has followed her muse big time with Piano Works, a three-CD box-set of unaccompanied pieces, recorded in 2017. A native of South Korea, Ullén grew up and lives in Sweden, where most of her activity remains centered. She may be best known for her work on Anna Högberg's Attack (Omlott, 2016) and the ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Lisa Ullen / Nina de Heney / Okkyung Lee / Mariam Wallentin

Read "Lisa Ullen / Nina de Heney / Okkyung Lee / Mariam Wallentin" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The duo of acclaimed Swedish improvisers pianist Lisa Ullén and double bassist Nina de Heney, winner of the Swedish radio prize Jazzkatten for 2012 as the musician of the year, has been active now for more than four years and was documented on the remarkable double album Carve (LJ Records, 2009). Ullén and de Heney managed ...