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Article: Multiple Reviews

Two Contrasting Rising Stars from Norway

Read "Two Contrasting Rising Stars from Norway" reviewed by John Eyles


While it is comparatively easy to reel off the names of numerous Norwegian jazz and improv stars, such lists do not convey the breadth, depth and variety of the music that has been produced in the country in recent decades, a statement that is equally true of Norway's Scandinavian neighbours. Rather than copying musical styles from ...

Album

JazzLand

Label: Funzalo
Released: 2019
Track listing: Nostalgia in Times Square; Milestones; Zingaro (Retrato en Branco e Preto); Big Nick; Stolen Moments; Peace; Freddie the Freeloader; Crystal Silence; Blue In Green; Crystal Silence Dreamy Version.

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News: Recording

Ed Roth Releases New Album Jazzland Out February 22 On Funzalo Records

Ed Roth Releases New Album Jazzland Out February 22 On Funzalo Records

His playing cuts across styles and genres as he masterfully executes jazz, rock, and pop sensibilities with a contemporary flavor. Ed Roth is truly a monster player, and his talent shines brightly on Jazzland, his debut album release for Funzalo Records out on February 22. On Jazzland you will find Roth’s excellent take on Jazz classics ...

Album

Jazzland

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2018
Track listing: #1;Lennie's Lens#2;Theme For Malcom#3; Sleeping Dancer, Sleep On#4;Ode to Billie Joe#5;He Knows How Much I can Bear#6; Tenderly#7; Shake It for Me#8; Wade In the Water#9; Hipty Hop

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Article: Building a Jazz Library

15 Emerging Norwegian Jazz Musicians You Need To Know About

Read "15 Emerging Norwegian Jazz Musicians You Need To Know About" reviewed by Luca Vitali


Double your Norwegian jazz pleasure: listen to our companion Norwegian jazz mixtape while reading this article. Far too many people talk about the Norwegian scene as being “interesting because it's so exotic." Those who think so, have in mind its “Nordic Tone," that distinctive mood which evokes snow, mountains and icy fjords. This kind ...

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Article: Profile

Graham Bond: Wading in Murky Waters

Read "Graham Bond: Wading in Murky Waters" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Organist and saxophonist Graham Bond was the most important and influential musical pioneer to emerge from British jazz in the 1960s. High praise indeed, but in his case it is warranted. His legacy might be defined less by the music he recorded and more by the impact he had on subsequent generations of musicians. However, that ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Moskus: Salmesykkel

Read "Moskus: Salmesykkel" reviewed by John Kelman


For a country isolated in the north of Europe, Norway has experienced a surprising number of musical waves. The first came in the early '70s, when producer Manfred Eicher and his fledgling ECM Records label brought the Scandinavian “big five"--Swedish pianist Bobo Stenson and, from Norway, saxophonist Jan Garbarek, guitarist Terje Rypdal, bassist Arild Andersen and ...

Album

Jazzland

Label: Catfish Records (UK)
Released: 2001
Track listing: Simple life, Sweet Kentucky ham, My heart belongs to daddy, The apology, It's hard to keep a family together, Small Fry, The way I feel about you, One horse town, News from up the street, I love you too much. Boogie woogie blue plate.

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Article: Album Review

Maryann Price: Jazzland

Read "Jazzland" reviewed by Stefano Nuzzo


Maryann Price has finally come out with a new album, and a very good one indeed. Despite a recording career which has developed with groups like Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, The Kinks and Asleep at the Wheel Maryann has always gravitated around jazz, and according to Dan Hicks himself “(she) is a jazzer, and ...

Album

Jazzland

Label: Label Bleu
Released: 0


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