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Mette Juul

In 2007 Mette Juul won the International Jazzartist Competition in Tallinn, in which 12 singers from 8 contries participated. Juul released her debut album “Coming In From The Dark” in 2010 with the great danish drummer Alex Riel, Jesper Lundgaard on bass, Heine Hansen by the piano and guests Palle Mikkelborg on trumpet and Poul Halberg on guitar. Juul released her second album “Moon On My Shoulder” in 2012 with trumpetter Ambrose Akinmusire, Lars Danielsson – bass, Morten Lund – drums and Nikolaj Hess – piano. Juul released her third album “There is a Song” september 18th 2015 on Universal Music Group

Change

Label: Universal Music Group
Released: 2020
Track listing: Beautiful Love; At Home (There Is a Song); Get Out of Town; It Might Be Time to Say Goodbye; Double Rainbow; Just Friends; I'm Moving On; Dindi; Young Song; Without a Song; Northern Woods; The Peacocks (A Timeless Place); Evening Song.

New York – Copenhagen

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Some Other Time; Skylark; For Jan; You Must Believe In Spring; The Peacocks (A Timeless Place) (Part Two).

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John Vanore, Benny Carter, Duke Ellington and more

Read "John Vanore, Benny Carter, Duke Ellington and more" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Our hour of music begins with an interview with trumpeter and composer John Vanore, about his latest release. Then, we hear from his music hero and mentor Oliver Nelson before moving on to Danish musicians Alex Jonsson and Mette Juul. We also profile the Canadian group The Shuffle Demons, The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra and Kansas City's ...

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Mette Juul: Change

Read "Change" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Giunta al quarto disco, la cantante danese riafferma la sua identità di seducente interprete, in equilibrio tra canzone d'autore e pertinenza jazzistica. Mette Juul non sembra interessata a inseguire le mode o i gusti del pubblico. Se confrontiamo questo lavoro con l'esordio del 2010, Coming In From The Dark, le differenze non sono tanto nelle ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Mette Juul: Finding the Musical Sanctuary of Change

Read "Mette Juul: Finding the Musical Sanctuary of Change" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Since she released her debut Coming in from the Dark in 2010, Danish jazz singer and songwriter, Mette Juul, has been on a path of discovery that has seen her in collaborations with many prominent musicians, including drummers Alex Riel and Rodney Green, bassist Jesper Lundgaard and trailblazing trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire. Her latest albums Change (2019) ...

There Is a Song

Label: Universal International
Released: 2015
Track listing: Baltimore; Roll Roll; There Is a Song; Song for Dannie; In The Land of Plenty; Double Rainbow; Berlin Is Calling; Evening Song; Aurora Butterfly; Cold Heart; In a Paris Night; Northern Butterfly.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mette Juul: There Is a Song

Read "There Is a Song" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo aver debuttato nel 2010 nel ruolo della classica jazz singer (Coming in from the Dark, Cowbell Music), la danese Mette Juul ha iniziato a privilegiare le intime atmosfere della ballad d'autore, sul modello Joni Mitchell. Il cambiamento faceva capolino nel secondo disco (Moon on My Shoulder, Calibrated 2012), ancora ricco di intense versioni jazzistiche di ...


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