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Stefano Bollani / Jesper Bodilsen / Morten Lund: Stone In The Water

Read "Stone In The Water" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There is a conversational thread that runs throughout the trio recording by Italian pianist Stefano Bollani and his Danish trio with bassist Jesper Bodilsen and drummer Morten Lund. Since that colloquia is produced by ECM's Manfred Eicher, the tone is hushed, but the exchange is discerning and intelligent. Bollani's previous disc for ECM was ...

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Stefano Bollani / Jesper Bodilsen / Morten Lund: Stone In The Water

Read "Stone In The Water" reviewed by John Kelman

Serendipity can be a wonderful thing. Invited to perform with 2002 JazzPar prize-winner, trumpeter Enrico Rava, pianist and fellow Italian Stefano Bollani first encountered bassist Jesper Bodilsen and drummer Morten Lund when they were proposed as the rhythm section for the Danish award show and a brief tour. The chemistry was on such a deep level ...

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Stefano Bollani / Jesper Bodilsen / Morten Lund: Gleda: Songs From Scandinavia

Read "Gleda: Songs From Scandinavia" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Italian pianist Stefano Bollani has again partnered with the top-flight Danish rhythm section of bassist Jesper Bodilsen and drummer Morten Lund to create something very precious: an hour of emotive music that culminates in the blissful title cut, “Gleda (Joy). While their previous release, Mi Ritorni In Mente (Stunt, 2004), featured standards with Bodilsen as leader, ...


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