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Pathfinding

Label: Wime Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Pathfinding; Some Kind Of Dancing; Serendipity; Parade; Secret Walks, Part 1; Secret Walks, Part 2.

Album

Pathfinding

Label: Wime Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Pathfinding; Some Kind of Dancing; Serendipity; Parade; Secret Walks, Part 1; Secret Walks, Part 2.

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Jakob Norgren Jazz Orchestra: Pathfinding

Read "Pathfinding" reviewed by Budd Kopman


One look into the eyes of composer/reed man Jakob Norgren tells you that he is an extremely purposeful, self- directed and intense person. His music for his Jazz Orchestra reflects these attributes, making Pathfinding quite an aural ride. Stylistically, this music fits somewhere between Ayn Inserto's story-telling Home Away From Home and John Fedchock's ...

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Jakob Norgren Jazz Orchestra: Pathfinding

Read "Pathfinding" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Although he has been a fixture on the Swedish jazz scene for some years now, Jakob Norgren is more closely associated with soul, blues, funk and R&B than with contemporary big-band jazz. That perception may change with the release of Pathfinding, the debut recording by Norgren's impressive Jazz Orchestra, on which he proves to be a ...

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Jakob Norgren Jazz Orchestra: Pathfinding

Read "Pathfinding" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Swedish composer and jazz artist Jakob Norgren is a complex individual with a fascinating background of which band leader is only one component of his varied resume. Leading the Swedish-based contemporary Jakob Norgren Jazz Orchestra, the group deliver their debut album on the audacious Pathfinding, where the music is big band, modern with all new original ...

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Jakob Norgren Jazz Orchestra: Pathfinding

Read "Pathfinding" reviewed by Chris Mosey


The last word has yet to be spoken on the role of the baritone saxophone in jazz big band writing. Duke Ellington used Harry Carney to great, often magnificent effect. Then, in 1960, Gerry Mulligan took things further with his Concert Jazz Band. At that moment the Beatles and the beat boom that ...


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