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Fredrik Lindborg

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Fredrik Lindborg was brought up with the music of the great jazz titans. With the influences of these masters in his music he has created his personal voice and way of expression with a rich and big sound. He is bubbling with ideas and whims, always with strong rhythm and swing. He has several bands. The trio LSD, the seven piece band Stockholm Swing All Stars and a project with a sax trio and String Quartet.

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The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Three

Label: Bra Skivor
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ojos de Rojo(reprise); It's You or No One; Tin tin deo; Perdido; South 3rd Serenade; St Vitus Dance; The Way You Look Tonight.

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Fredrik Lindborg - a Swedish Portrait

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mazurka Har någon sett Late date Galium verum Merlin I min smala säng Toka Voka Fine together Holy Grail Igloo MA Decent Eyes Danny's Dream Be Careful

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Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mazurka; Har någon sett/Baritonome; Late Date; Galium Verum; Merlin; I min smala sang; Toka Voka Oka Boka; Fine Together; Holy Grail; Igloo; MA; Decent Eyes; Danny's Dream; Be Careful.

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The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume One

Label: Bra Skivor
Released: 2020
Track listing: I Got it Bad(And That Ain't Good); Holy Land; Dyningar; Langfredag; What is This Thing Called Love; Chelsea Bridge; Over the Rainbow; Ojos de Rojo; Moon River.

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The Stockholm Corona Sessions Volume Two

Label: Bra Skivor
Released: 2020
Track listing: Den som lever far se; Side by Side; Chicken n' Dumplins; The Hug; Hackensack; New but Blue; Theme for Ernie; We'll Meet Again.

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Fredrik Lindborg: Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait

Read "Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait" reviewed by Jim Worsley


A time capsule is opened carefully, and its contents are respectively honored and revered. This is the purposeful and respectful sensation revealed on Fredrik Lindborg's faithful homage to the music of Swedish baritone sax legend Lars Gullin. While the arrangements are new, and at times brilliant, the creativity and ambitions of Gullin are richly intact.

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Ekdahl / Bagge Big Band: New Thing

Read "New Thing" reviewed by Jack Bowers


It's always exciting and pleasurable to welcome a new member into the jazz world's ever-shrinking big-band fraternity--especially one as sharp and energetic as this. The tasteful and impressive Ekdahl / Bagge Big Band--from Stockholm, Sweden, no less--takes its name from those of its co-leaders, drummer Per Ekdahl and pianist Carl Bagge who composed and / or ...

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Christine Jensen/Maggi Olin: Transatlantic Conversations: 11 Piece Band Live

Read "Transatlantic Conversations: 11 Piece Band Live" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The engaging and inventive Transatlantic Conversations: 11 Piece Band is the result of a remarkable collaboration between Swedish pianist Maggie Olin and Canadian saxophonist Christine Jensen. What is exceptional about this Olin/Jensen pairing is the complementary nature of their singular musical visions. This is reflected in shared thematic structure and the creative spirit of the originals ...

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Stockholm Jazz Orchestra: Today

Read "Today" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Before proceeding, three cheers and a hearty round of applause are in order, as Today, the fifteenth album recorded by the impressive Stockholm Jazz Orchestra, helps mark the thirtieth anniversary of one of Scandinavia's most celebrated big bands. This truly is an ensemble with no discernible weaknesses: sharp soloists in almost every chair, a remarkable adeptness ...


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