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Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mazurka; Har någon sett/Baritonome; Late Date; Galium Verum; Merlin; I min smala sang; Toka Voka Oka Boka; Fine Together; Holy Grail; Igloo; MA; Decent Eyes; Danny's Dream; Be Careful.

Fredrik Lindborg - a Swedish Portrait

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mazurka Har någon sett Late date Galium verum Merlin I min smala säng Toka Voka Fine together Holy Grail Igloo MA Decent Eyes Danny's Dream Be Careful

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fredrik Lindborg: Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait

Read "Fredrik Lindborg: A Swedish Portrait" reviewed by Jim Worsley

A time capsule is opened carefully, and its contents are respectively honored and revered. This is the purposeful and respectful sensation revealed on Fredrik Lindborg's faithful homage to the music of Swedish baritone sax legend Lars Gullin. While the arrangements are new, and at times brilliant, the creativity and ambitions of Gullin are richly intact.

Kierkegaard's Waltz

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Kierkegaard’s Waltz; Starman; Lyttela Paradise; The Return of the Afghan Boy; One For Miss G; Laike; My Simple Song; Chickenized; One Night at Fasching.

Brighter

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Follow John; Heavy Heart; Brighter; AG; Morning Light; It’s OK; Lovesong: Hulda; A Part Of You; Who Left The Building; Grace.

A Woman's Voice

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Throw it Away; Infant Eyes; Lighthouse; Imorron; Tales; Here’s to Life; Yesterdays; I Think It’s Gonna Rain Today.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anna Greta Siguroardottir - Max Schultz: Brighter

Read "Brighter" reviewed by Chris Mosey

An album of moods, in which light, lilting, melodic passages are contrasted with dissonance, Max Schultz's authorative guitar generally lightens things up while Joakim Milder's saxophone signals a plunge into neurotic introspection. All this tends to drown out Icelandic pianist Anna Greta Siguroardottir's gentle musings on piano. It sounds as if they just ...

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Petter Bergander Trio: Kierkegaard's Waltz

Read "Kierkegaard's Waltz" reviewed by Chris Mosey

The honouring in popular song of Sören Kierkegaard, author of “The Sickness Unto Death" and other light works has been a long time coming. To be exact, we've waited since his death in 1855 for this moment. “Heidegger's Boogie" and “The Schopenhauer Rag" must surely follow. The curious thing is that Kierkegaard's Waltz is an album ...

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Vivian Buczek: A Woman's Voice

Read "A Woman's Voice" reviewed by Chris Mosey

An ambitious project from Sweden: vocalist Vivian Buczek joining forces with the Norrbotten Big Band using song to illustrate life from a woman's perspective. Buczek says: “It's about taking the step from a girl to a woman, looking back in time and then to the future, finding my place in the world and daring to go ...

Ella Lives

Label: Prophone Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To; Yesterdays; Prelude To A Kiss; The Man I Love; It’s Alright With Me; The Very Thought Of You; Caravan; Lady Be Good; Tenderly; Misty; Things Ain’t What They Used To Be.


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