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Perfectly Still

Label: Footprint Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Again; In Such Silence; Portugal; Blue Town; Surabaya Johnny; The Stone; The Storm; To My Left; You Belong to Me.

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Riedel / Svensson / Skokic: Perfectly Still

Read "Perfectly Still" reviewed by James Pearse


Swedish Grammy-nominated vocalist Sarah Riedel has quickly established herself as an accomplished performer of lyrical jazz with indie-pop sensibilities. Her jazz roots come from her father, bassist and composer Georg Riedel, who composed for television and accompanied pianist Jan Johansson on Jazz på svenska (Megafon, 1964)--a collection of jazz arrangements of Swedish folk songs. Like her ...

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The Beauty of Bach: A Jazz Suite by Stefan Forssen

Label: Footprint Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Sinfonia; Menuet; Kyrie; Organ ad Blues; Sara Linda; Courante; Koral; Andante; Ricercar; Variatio 22; Sonatalargo; Cembalo-Adagio; Goldberg 25; 1521.

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Sol Salutis

Label: Footprint Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Det T

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Aviaja

Label: Footprint Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Duo; Maidens Blush; Re-grezz; El Mayor; Var o'en; Olivia; Aamos; Elder and Honey; May 11th; So Close--So Far Away; Too Much Nightlife; T.; Nadjezda; Everywhere; Aviaja.

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Anders Jormin / Severi Pyysalo: Aviaja

Read "Aviaja" reviewed by John Kelman


Swedish bassist Anders Jormin is familiar to anyone who followed the re-emergence of saxophonist Charles Lloyd and trumpeter Tomasz Stanko on the ECM label in the early 1990s--not to mention his longstanding relationship with pianist Bobo Stenson. But since the mid-1980s, Jormin has slowly built his own solid body of work as a leader.

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Anglaspel: The Beauty of Bach: A Jazz Suite by Stefan Forssen

Read "The Beauty of Bach: A Jazz Suite by Stefan Forssen" reviewed by John Kelman


Ask most jazz pianists who they listen to from the classical world, and the name that crops up almost immediately is Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach's innovations in the areas of polyphony and harmony were so radical that they remain inspirational three centuries later, providing a constant source for reinterpretation. Still, the inherent purity of Bach's music ...

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Christian Jormin 3: Sol Salutis

Read "Sol Salutis" reviewed by John Kelman


Much has been written about the Scandinavian jazz scene's distinctive nature. Since the region is geographically removed from mainstream Europe, the evolution of a jazz aesthetic rooted in its own tradition has resulted in its own distinctive complexion. And while people outside the region look to larger labels like ECM for a window into that world, ...

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Sol Salutis

Label: Footprint Records
Released: 2004


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