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A Tree Frog Tonality

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1) Thanksgiving Suite: I. At Home II. Mellow T. III. Dreaming At... 2) Four Fathers 3) Drifter 4) A Tree Frog Tonality 5) good To Go 6) Little m and Big M

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John Lindberg Ensemble: A Tree Frog Tonality

Read "A Tree Frog Tonality" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


With A Tree Frog Tonality, it becomes easily discernible that we are listening to a union of seasoned modern jazz experts who demonstrate their respective crafts with cunning artistry and inspiring resolve. Bassist John Lindberg is arguably one of the finest acoustic bassists on this modern jazz globe as his credits and resume reads like an ...

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Article: Album Review

John Lindberg Ensemble: A Tree Frog Tonality

Read "A Tree Frog Tonality" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


With A Tree Frog Tonality, it becomes easily discernible that we are listening to a union of seasoned modern jazz experts who demonstrate their respective crafts with cunning artistry and inspiring resolve. Bassist John Lindberg is arguably one of the finest acoustic bassists on this modern jazz globe as his credits and resume reads like an ...

Album

Bounce

Label: Black Saint
Released: 1998

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Article: Album Review

John Lindberg Ensemble: Bounce

Read "Bounce" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Bassist/Composer John Lindberg gained some exposure early on his teens with saxophonist Anthony Braxton . Lindberg has also been a long standing member of the elegant “String Trio of NY”. His latest solo effort, “Bounce” represents his 22nd recording as a leader or co-leader. All the compositions on “Bounce” were authored by Lindberg. John Lindberg has ...


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