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Early Songs

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2009
Track listing: Scrapeyard Orchestra; Poppy; You Do Something To Me; Vonnegut; Around The World In A Bottle; Quiet Now; Celia; The Incredibly Profound Song.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lage Lund: Early Songs

Read "Early Songs" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

It's clear from the first notes of guitarist Lage Lund's Early Songs that he's an unwavering acolyte of classic jazz. This excellent quintet recording is an inspired, energetic blend of standards and contemporary tunes grounded in the hard-bop tradition. . Lund displays fire and vibrancy on “You Do Something to Me," playing riffs ...

Early Songs

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2008
Track listing: Scrapyard Orchestra; Poppy; You Do Something To Me; Vonnegut; About The World In A Bottle; Quiet Now; Celia; The Incredibly Profound Song.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lage Lund: Early Songs

Read "Early Songs" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Never judge a book (or jazz recording) by its cover, as the inconspicuous album portrait of Lage Lund's Early Songs is little indication of the music's impressive content. From Norway, Lund resides in New York and has performed within traditional boundaries (Mingus Big Band, Wynton Marsalis, Ron Carter) and newly progressive terrains (Jaleel Shaw, Seamus Blake, ...


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