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Article: Liner Notes

Terje Rypdal: Odyssey: In Studio and In Concert

Read "Terje Rypdal: Odyssey: In Studio and In Concert" reviewed by John Kelman

To achieve confluence, an artist must first demonstrate multiplicity. With the benefit of hindsight, the meeting of disparate concepts might appear inevitable when reassessing a decades-long career, but few artists actually possess not only the building blocks but the intuition and acumen to achieve what is, in Sanskrit, called Sangam. That ECM has two recordings using ...



Label: CRP Recordings
Released: 2022
Track listing: Stalheim; Gullinarium; Migdal; Channánukka; Sjöstedt; Conclusion; Riedel; I'm Lazy; Zilliacus; Jingle; Daniel; Stillében; Lindborg; I'm Just Kidding; Naimark Meyers; Canticle.


Dance Music: Georg Riedel Meets Ekdahl/Bagge Big Band

Label: Naxos Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Song for Nobody: Part 1; Song for Nobody: Part 2; Song for Nobody: Part 3; Dance Music; Ice Crystals; Fugacious Music; On a Second Thought; Stubbornness; Det ar vackrast nar det skymmer; Fast Music.


Tak for dit brev

Label: ILK Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Mor; Nu Sejler VI; Måneløb; Luft; Et Postkort; Opdrift; Den Blå Stol; Albert´s Tic Tac; Godmorgen træ; Gå Gå Gå; Dansk Kulturarv; To Virkeligheder.


Article: Album Review

Georg Riedel: Dance Music: Georg Riedel Meets Ekdahl/Bagge Big Band

Read "Dance Music: Georg Riedel Meets Ekdahl/Bagge Big Band" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Czech-born, Swedish-bred bassist Georg Riedel, best known as a composer of ten or more film scores, returns to his first love, big-band jazz, to conduct an evening of Dance Music with Sweden's world-class Ekdahl/Bagge Big Band, recorded in June 2019 at Fasching Jazz Club in Stockholm. Before arriving at “Dance Music," the hour-long ...


Article: Album Review

Toldam / Riedel / Berg / Wiklund / Christensen: Tak for dit brev

Read "Tak for dit brev" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Danish pianist Simon Toldam has made his mark as an abundantly creative improviser, most recently manifest on his work with Ways--a duo comprised of saxophonist Brodie West and drummer Evan Cartwright. Their Fortunes (Lorna Records, 2020) was an album defined by unusual gestures and subtle refractions, keeping the listener guessing throughout. Toldam's latest release, Tak for ...


Article: Album Review

Bruno Raberg: Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists

Read "Triloka: Music for Strings and Soloists" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Sweden boasts a long tradition of producing notable double bassists--Georg Riedel, Palle Danielsson, Anders Jormin, Lars Danielsson, Dan Berglund and Petter Eldh all spring to mind. Bruno Råberg is another whose virtuosity and lyricism have propelled him to international renown, as a collaborator with some of jazz's most eminent names, and, since 1986, as a Professor ...


Article: Interview

Sarah Riedel: Living Up To Expectations

Read "Sarah Riedel: Living Up To Expectations" reviewed by James Pearse

The world of jazz is no stranger to the sound of the Swedish language. Alice Babs and Monica Zetterlund--and more recently, Rigmor Gustafsson--are just a few of the names of jazz vocalists hailing from this cold northern country that have reached the ears of US and UK audiences. Some people believe that spoken Swedish ...


Article: Interview

Ulf Wakenius: Confessions of A Vagabond

Read "Ulf Wakenius: Confessions of A Vagabond" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Happenstance may play a role in turning dreams into reality, but anyone who's ever realized a burning ambition will appreciate just how much hard work has paved the way. Two phone calls out of the blue almost twenty years apart opened doors to Swedish guitarist Ulf Wakenius, that in the first case he could only have ...


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