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Terminal Valentine

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Three Note Song; Maybe Its Too Late; And You Smile; No One Will Ever Be Forgotten; Just Don't Listen (To The Birds); There Never Was A Reason; Shift Of the Eye; There's No Way; I Know You; One For The Road.

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Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Terminal Valentine

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Three Note Song; Maybe Its Too Late; And You Smile; No One Will Ever Be Forgotten;Just Don't Listen (To The Birds); There Never Was A Reason; Shift Of The Eye; There's No Way; I Know You; One For The Road.

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Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Terminal Valentine

Read "Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Terminal Valentine" reviewed by Lyn Horton


Fred Lonberg-Holm Terminal Valentine Atavistic 2007 Recalibrating the idea of a piano-less jazz trio by excluding a wind instrument and including a cello takes a certain amount of chutzpah. But in 2000, cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm convened such a trio to record music honoring the cellist Fred Katz, who ...

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Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Terminal Valentine

Read "Terminal Valentine" reviewed by Troy Collins


The highly expressive cello is a cornerstone of the western classical canon, yet it remains a marginalized instrument in the jazz world. Chicago-based cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm sits atop a growing list of contemporary innovators playing what is still classified as a “miscellaneous" instrument by many mainstream jazz publications. Terminal Valentine is Lonberg-Holm's third album ...

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Other Valentines

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: East of Uz; Fool; Arnold Layne; Amost Mid-Day; Vals Pa Vinegar; Flo; Winter in America; Jesus Etc.; I Got Nothing; To My Buddy, Buddy

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Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Other Valentines

Read "Other Valentines" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Cellists are few and far between in the jazz world, which is just one reason Fred Lonberg-Holm is special. His approach to the instrument is decidedly non-classical, reaping as it does all sorts of alternative tonal colors that would be deemed “incorrect," which makes it ideal for the sort of in-and-out improvisation that he favors. Lonberg-Holm ...

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Fred Lonberg-Holm Trio: Other Valentines

Read "Other Valentines" reviewed by John Kelman


The cello may not be the most common instrument in jazz, but over the years it has had a number of significant proponents, including the late Fred Katz and more recently Erik Friedlander, Vincent Courtois, and Hank Roberts. Add to that list Fred Lonberg-Holm, who, while based in New York for a number of years since ...


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