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Hans Backenroth

Playing with Swedish musicans Arne Domn

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Vivian Buczek: Live At The Palladium

Read "Live At The Palladium" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Swedish vocalist Vivian Buczek has been on the Scandinavian jazz scene for over a decade, releasing her first album, Can't We Be Friends (Skandia Music) in 2003. Live At The Palladium is her fourth solo album, though she's also recorded with the Artistry Jazz Group. The Palladium in question isn't the world- renowned London theatre, it's ...

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Artwork: Two of a Kind

Read "Two of a Kind" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Two of a Kind seeks to embody in musical terms the best of two possible worlds: those of Sweden and the United States. Artwork is a sextet composed of three Swedes (Jan Allan, Hans Backenroth, Johan Lofcrantz Ramsay), two Americans (Jack Wilkins, Tamara Danielsson) and a Swedish expatriate (Per Danielsson). The music it has chosen is ...

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Bassic Instinct

Label: pb7
Released: 2010
Track listing: Double Bass; Day Dream; With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair; Hvad Er Det, Min Marie; Little Esther; Little Girl Blue; Svallvågor; Interlude; Prelude In Blue; Svinninge Blues.

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Hans Backenroth: Bassic Instinct

Read "Bassic Instinct" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Attempts to free the double-bass from its role as purely a rhythm instrument began in 1939, when Jimmy Blanton, a young bassist from St. Louis, joined the Duke Ellington Orchestra. For the next two years, until Blanton's tragic death from tuberculosis, he and Duke did things with the instrument that had never been done before. The ...

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Bernt Rosengren: I'm Flying

Read "I'm Flying" reviewed by Jack Bowers


If the name Bernt Rosengren doesn't ring a bell, it probably would if you lived in Sweden. Rosengren, an unabashed champion of such implacable hard-boppers as Gene Ammons, Hank Mobley, Dexter Gordon and Johnny Griffin, has been one of that country's leading tenor saxophonists for more than half a century, and as his latest CD affirms, ...


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