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Jesper Thilo

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Vinterjazz Copenhagen: Carsten Dahl Trio w/ Reuben Rogers and Greg Hutchinson at Jazzhus Montmartre

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Carsten Dahl Trio w/ Reuben Rogers Vinterjazz 2014 Jazzhus Montmartre Copenhagen, Denmark February 20-21, 2014 Vinterjazz Vinterjazz has the same setup as the Jazzfestival Copenhagen in the summer. It is spread over the whole city but on a smaller scale. During the ten days in February ...

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Article: From Far and Wide

EU Sax Band of 12 Looks Across the Pond

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12 Horns Hope to Blow WestwardImagine a band of 12 saxophonists from 12 countries and musical backgrounds, with a touring calendar of at least 10 indoor and outdoor venues-including a marketplace and a train station-from July through December, 2012.Meet The European Saxophone Ensemble. Aged 18 to 34, the players range “from a ...

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Article: From Far and Wide

Final Call to See "Pops" Making Records

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Final Call to See “Pops" Making Records September, 2012 is final call to catch Genius at Work: Louis Armstrong in the Recording Studio, the currently featured exhibit at the Louis Armstrong House and Museum in Corona, Queens, New York. “Records as well as photographs, scores and other artifacts reveal Armstrong hard at work recording ...

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Jesper Thilo & The American Stars

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: CD1: Did You Call Her Today? My Romance; Just One Of Those Things; Save Your Love For Me; Cherokee; On The Trail; Like Someone In Love; Old Folks; Stella By Starlight; God Bless The Child; On The Sunny Side Of The Street. CD2: Cotton Tail; Star Dust; Body And Soul; Rose Room; Wave; You Stepped Out Of A Dream; Blue And Sentimental; Sweets To My Sweet; Now And Then Blues; Cherokee; Segue In C; A Night In Tunisia; I'm Hungry Sabina; The Girl From Ipanema. CD3: Sunday; Frog Eyes; Mumbles; This Time It's For Real; Star Eyes; Body And Soul; Just Jazz; The Vanguard Groove; There Will Never Be Another You; Medley: Lover Man/Embraceable You; Satin Doll; Sophisticated Lady; Ballad For Jesper.

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Article: Album Review

Jesper Thilo: Jesper Thilo & The American Stars

Read "Jesper Thilo & The American Stars" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Jesper Thilo was the Danish saxophonist of choice for nearly all the great US jazz musicians who played Copenhagen in the 1980s. Johnny Griffin, that most demanding of tenor players, pushed him to the limit and had no hesitation in naming him a “great Dane." Among those who included him on their recording ...

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Stunt Records: Re/Defining Mainstream

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In Denmark, Stunt Records is the jazz label which appeals to the widest audience. The music it releases could be characterised as mainstream jazz, but it doesn't have the negative connotations that sometimes go with the term. It simply means that the label knows how to combine adventurousness and accessibility. When it comes to genre, the ...

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Article: Big Band Report

Strike Up the (Unsung) Bands

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The big band era is known for producing a number of enormously successful ensembles whose leaders were household names: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Jimmie Lunceford, Fletcher Henderson, then on through Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, the brothers Jimmy Dorsey and Tommy Dorsey, Charlie Barnet, Artie Shaw, Harry James, Cab Calloway, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie and, ...

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Contemporary Jazz in Denmark: Different Sounds, Different Scenes

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There's an often-quoted phrase by Shakespeare saying that “something is rotten in the state of Denmark" but when it comes to jazz, the environment of the country is indeed very fertile, and at this point, the many sounds of Danish jazz are reaching across the borders and finding new listeners everywhere in the world. The homogeneity ...


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