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Mats Gustafsson: Shift

Read "Shift" reviewed by John Sharpe

Having co-opted reed iconoclast Mats Gustafsson to pen the enthusiastic liners for their prosaically-named Two Nights in April (Ayler Records, 2010), young Swedish trio Correction goes one better on Shift by persuading their countryman to actually participate in the session. Over its five year existence, the threesome of pianist Sebastian Bergström, bassist Joacim Nyberg and drummer ...

Two Nights in April

Label: Ayler Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Sthlm-Brin; 02. Gyllene Tigern; 03. Old River; 04. Natttag; 05. Jannowitzbrucke; 06. Mig Fryser; 07. Aret ar 1520; 08. Uncle; 09. One for Mr. Mahall; 10. Kognitiv Dissonans; 11. M50 Bjornson; 12. The First Waltz. Tutte le composizioni sono dei Correction.


Correction: Two Nights in April

Read "Two Nights in April" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Arrivano dalle fredde lande scandinave, sono giovanissimi e pressoché sconosciuti, sono al debutto discografico e formano l'ennesimo piano-trio della storia del jazz. Ma hanno come biglietto da visita liner notes entusiastiche e sponsorizzazione artistica di Mr. Mats Gustafsson, uno che se ne intende... Stiamo parlando di Correction, ossia Sebastian Bergstrom, pianoforte, Joacim Nyberg, contrabbasso, Emil Astrand-Melin, ...

Globe Unity: Sweden

Read "Globe Unity: Sweden" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Jonas Kullhammar Quartet Från Och Med Herr Moserobie Music Production 2010 Correction Two Nights in April Ayler Records 2010 Swedish Azz Jazz På Svenska NotTwo Records ...


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