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Jesper Zeuthen Trio

Press release - Jesper Zeuthen Trio Live (Blackout 035) Jesper Zeuthen Trio Live is a continuation of the process that began with the formation of Jesper Zeuthen Trio and the recording of its debut album, simply called Jesper Zeuthen Trio, released in 2010. As with the first CD, Live is a no-nonsense product both in musical content, title and cover art (by Zeuthen himself). Live presents a trio that has matured through intense rehearsals and numerous concerts in Denmark and Germany, up to the point where the group’s repertoire of around 30 Zeuthen tunes has been internalized into the DNA of the three musicians, making the compositions a framework for extended and unpredictable improvisation. When choosing the location for recording the CD, Jesper Zeuthen picked Literaturhaus ��" a former church close to his home in Copenhagen, situated in an area offering as much cultural and national diversity as that of his own music


Label: Music Mecca
Released: 2011

Jesper Zeuthen Trio

Label: Blackout Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Solajma I Solen; Åndedans; Okto Synk Ej; Piru Tulee; Klokke; Gnist; Ukendt; I Vilden Sky; 15 Gode Grunde.


Jesper Zeuthen: Jesper Zeuthen Trio

Read "Jesper Zeuthen Trio" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Bless the children of saxophonist Albert Ayler. Bless them, for their convictions are pure, and uncontaminated by convention and style.That benediction should also be extended to Jesper Zeuthen. The sixty-something Danish alto saxophonist serves the same mission as the late, great Ayler on this trio session, with bassist Adam Pultz Melbye and drummer Thomas ...


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