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C.M. Musictrain

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: San Sebastian; Before Sunrise; C.M. Music Train; This Time I’m Going To Valby By The Railroad Track; San Sebastian take 1; Before Sunrise take 1; C.M. Music Train take 4

Mariane Bitran

French flutist, Mariane Bitran, released her fourth album "Wind Of Tomorrow ", in duo with Togolese guitarist Alain Apaloo on the Danish Jazz label, Alisio Music in december 2019. This album, recorded in Copenhagen, includes 9 original tracks and a african/meditative version of " What a Wonderful world ". Since her debut, Mariane Bitran has released two album as a leader, in Quintet form "A Place for You", "All One" and "Grey To Blue " in collaboration with Japanese pianist and composer, Makiko Hirabayashi, feat. American saxophonist, Bob Rockwell. All three albums were released for the Danish Jazz label, Stunt Records and well received both by the audience and the critics . The music is wide-spanning; inspired by different forms and rhythms and by her collaboration with musicians from the world-jazz-scene, as well as her roots in both classical and contemporary music. As soloist Mariane performed in festivals and toured in France, Germany, Denmark and Brazil, with musicians such as: Simon Spang-Hanssen, Pernille Bevort with Marcelo Nisinman, Chassol, Alain Apaloo's Api Pipo with Kurt Rosenwinkel, Zoomtop Orchestra with Richard Bona, Bojan Z, Nene Lima Filho, Olivier Cahours, Poul Reimann, Thomas Fonnesbech, Morten Lund, Anders Mogensen, Christophe Lavergne, only to name a few...

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Carsten Meinert: C.M. Musictrain

Read "C.M. Musictrain" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Collectors of rare Danish jazz are in much better position in 2020 than they once were. Little labels like Centrifuga and Frederiksberg Records are dedicated to digging out lost pearls and the big Danish jazz labels are following suit. Not long ago, Storyville brought the classic album Sentiments (Storyville, 1972) by saxophonist Sahib Shihab back into ...

Where the Spirits Eat

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Where the Spirits Eat; Dancing to the Drum of No Conscience; Song of the Vipers; Smoke; The Janitor; Mycket Viktigt Meddelande; Saved By You; Beefroot Interlude; Beefroot; Weather Bird Rag; Waking up on Buffalo Hill; City in the Sky.

Where the Spirits Eat

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Where the Spirits Eat Dancing To The Drum Of No Conscience Song Of The Vipers Smoke The Janitor Mycket Viktigt Meddelande Saved By You Beefroot Interlude Beefroot Weather Bird Waking Up On Buffalo Hill City In The Sky

Keys & Strings

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1: Homely; Hope; Thaya; Smuk; Hugso; Free Eddie; Konge og Bajads; First One. CD2: Spring Is Here; Milton; Nicolai Smuk; God Bless The child; Charlie Haden’s Sound Of Love; Dance on Roses; Everything Happens to Me.

Jan Harbeck Quartet 'The Sound The Rhythm'

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1 - Lighter Shades (Jan Harbeck) 5:48 2 - Johnny Come Lately (Billy Strayhorn) 8:15 3 - Tangorrus Field (Jan Harbeck) 7:23 4 - Poutin’ (Ben Webster) 5:49 5 - Woke Up Clipped (Ben Webster) 5:00 6 - Blues Crescendo (Jan Harbeck) 5:34 7 - Shorty Gull (Ben Webster) 5:36 8 - I'd Be There (Ben Webster/Johnny Hodges) 4:45 9 - Tail That Rhythm (Jan Harbeck) 8:33 10 - Circles (Jan Harbeck) 5:21

The Sound The Rhythm

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Lighter Shades; Johnny Come Lately; Tangorrus Field; Poutin'; Woke Up Clipped; Blues Crescend; Shorty Gull; I'd Be There; Tail That Rhythm; Circles.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jakob Dinesen: Keys & Strings

Read "Keys & Strings" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

In the liner essay for Jakob Dinesen's double album, Keys & Strings, writer Eddie Michel Azoulay mentions the tenor saxophonist's quest for truth and beauty. The romantic poet John Keats is not mentioned directly, but his lines from the famous poem “Ode on a Gracian Urn" immediately come to mind: “Beauty is truth, truth beauty, that ...

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Enrico Pieranunzi / Thomas Fonnesbæk: Blue Waltz - Live at Gustavs

Read "Blue Waltz - Live at Gustavs" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The best thing about a live recording is that it captures music made in the moment at a particular time and place. Indeed, when Italian pianist, Enrico Pieranunzi and Danish bassist, Thomas Fonnesbæk teamed up for two evenings of live recording at Gustav's Bistro, nobody could know how special it would be. In fact, Pieranunzi had ...


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