All About Jazz

Home » Search Center » Results: Eje Thelin

Results for "Eje Thelin"

Advanced search options

Musician

Eje Thelin

Born:

3

Article: Book Excerpts

Mosaics: The Life and Works of Graham Collier

Read "Mosaics: The Life and Works of Graham Collier" reviewed by Duncan Heining


The following is an excerpt is from “Chapter 9: The Eighties or Graham Collier -The Wilderness Years" of Mosaics: The Life and Works of Graham Collier by Duncan Heining (Equinox Publishing, 2018). All Rights Reserved. The late Graham Collier was a bandleader, a composer and a jazz educator. As far as this latter ...

2

Article: Album Review

Joe Fiedler: Like, Strange

Read "Like, Strange" reviewed by Geno Thackara


It's not always easy for musicians to know what to call their own stuff, especially the kind of players who prefer not to settle into one cozy niche. Joe Fiedler certainly makes it difficult, being a fan of things from classic swing to avant-garde--some of which use the trombone in easily familiar ways, some of which ...

5

Article: Extended Analysis

Trio Con Tromba's Treasure Trove of Previously Unreleased Recordings

Read "Trio Con Tromba's Treasure Trove of Previously Unreleased Recordings" reviewed by Florence Wetzel


The term lagom is essential to the Swedish soul. There's no direct translation into English or any other language, but positive connotations of the word include “in balance" and “just the right amount," with the Swedish proverb Lagom är bäst translated as “Enough is as good as a feast." An aural equivalent of lagom can be ...

5

Article: Interview

Conrad Herwig: There's Nothing Else

Read "Conrad Herwig:  There's Nothing Else" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar


Talking about some of his great influences in jazz, Conrad Herwig points out that it's important to look beyond their achievements on their instruments. “Sometimes during a musician's lifetime, people put so much emphasis on their virtuosity as a player that they don't really think about the vehicle of their expression--their compositions." Herwig was speaking of ...

2

Article: Album Review

Phil Grenadier / Bruno Raberg Duo: Plunge

Read "Plunge" reviewed by Florence Wetzel


Plunge is a captivating CD that features the formidable duo of bassist Bruno Råberg and trumpeter Phil Grenadier. Each musician brings to the table their unique background and decades of experience: Råberg hails from Sweden, and in his twenties he played with the cream of Swedish jazz musicians, including trombonist Eje Thelin, pianist Bobo Stenson and ...

170

Article: Extended Analysis

Jan Johansson: In Hamburg with Georg Riedel

Read "Jan Johansson: In Hamburg with Georg Riedel" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Jan JohanssonIn Hamburg with Georg RiedelACT Music2011 The small number of posthumous releases in the 42 years since the death of Swedish jazz pianist/composer Jan Johansson at the age of 37 remains something of a mystery. Johansson--who pianist Esbjorn Svensson described as being “a very, very big influence“--has ...

Album

Eje Thelin 1966 With Barney Wilen

Label: Dragon Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Pam Kan; To a Moment of Truth; Doj-Doj; Forever; Doj-Doj; To a Moment of Truth; It Could Happen to You; Ack V

246

Article: Album Review

Eje Thelin: Eje Thelin 1966 with Barney Wilen

Read "Eje Thelin 1966 with Barney Wilen" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Jazz was on the downswing in Europe in 1966, when this amiable recording was made, and trombonist Eje Thelin, whose quintet was named Sweden's best Jazz group only three years earlier, had been forced to disband and go on the road looking for steady work. While gigging in Paris he hooked up with tenor saxophonist Barney ...

Album

E.T. Project Live At Nefertiti

Label: EMI
Released: 1986


Engage

Contest Giveaways
Enter our latest contest giveaway sponsored by Sunnyside Records.
Publisher's Desk
Support All About Jazz and our passion to build.
Read on.

All About Jazz needs your support

Donate
All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded albums and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, limited reopenings and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary step that will help musicians and venues now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the sticky footer ad). Thank you!

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.