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Orjan Hulten: Minusgrader

Read "Minusgrader" reviewed by Don Phipps

Technique may not drive saxophonist Örjan Hultén, but most certainly jazz tunes filled with heart and soul do. On Minusgrader, an album featuring his quartet of fellow Swedes Torbjörn Gulz (piano), Filip Augustson (bass), and Peter Danemo (drums), the blues, ballads, and bop have simple laid-back structures. That is just fine, because the music's warmth permeates ...

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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Jonas Kullhammar Quartet: The Half Naked Truth 1998-2008

Read "The Half Naked Truth 1998-2008" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Sometimes self indulgence is worth it. It is not decadence or overt extravagance for the Jonas Kullhammar Quartet to release an eight-CD boxset on the tenth anniversary of their association. In fact, the success of The Half Naked Truth 1998-2008 could result in inquiries into the remainder of the 40 hours of live recordings and session ...


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