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William Soovik

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I was born in 1989, in a city south of Gothenburg called Mölndal. My father has been a professional musician during my whole life, and he inspired me to play music when I was young. I've seen photos of myself, as a small child, hitting my mothers pots and pans with wooden spoons in the kitchen, but it wasn't until my father showed me a video tape of the legendary jazz-drummer Buddy Rich that I knew I wanted to play the drums. Despite my fascination with the drums, I was very ambivalent when I was about start taking music lessons and got to choose what instrument to play. I struggled, for quite some time, deciding between the saxophone and the drums

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Lars Gullin: Swede and Low

Lars Gullin: Swede and Low

Lars Gullin was a giant of jazz who just happened to be from Sweden. He should be thought of on the same level as other 1950s baritone saxophonists who excelled in small groups, including Gerry Mulligan, Serge Chaloff, Jimmy Giuffre and Bob Gordon, among others. Gullin's dry, lyrical tone was probably closest to Mulligan's and Gordon's. ...

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Watch Out! Swedish Jazz Volume 10, 1965-1969

Read "Watch Out! Swedish Jazz Volume 10, 1965-1969" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Various Artists Watch Out! Svensk Jazzhistoria Vol. 10 - Swedish Jazz 1965-69 (4 CD Box) Caprice Records 2006 The late '60s were a time of transition for Swedish Jazz, as they were in the US and elsewhere, with John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Archie Shepp, Cecil Taylor, Ornette Coleman and other ...


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