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Tore Brunborg

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Born in Trondheim, Norway 1960.
Studied at the Music Conservatory in Trondheim.

Played with (selection): Masqualero (Arild Andersen, Jon Christensen, Jon Balke, Nils Petter Molvær)1982-1992.
Bo Stief, Rita Marcotulli, Jon Balke, Billy Cobham, Diederik Wissels, Anders Jormin, Lars Danielsson, Jarle Vespestad, Cecilie Nordby, Scandinavian Summit, Jan Gunnar Hoff, Diederik Wissels, Kjetil Bjerkestrand, Kenneth Sivertsen, Juni Dahr, Arild Andersen. Bjørn Alterhaug, Vigleik Storaas, Jon Eberson.

As a leader:

Tore Brunborg project (with Bugge Wesseltoft, Jon Christensen and Anders Jormin)

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Article: Album Review

Sooäär-Yaralyan-Ounaskari: Goodbye July

Read "Goodbye July" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Estonian guitarist Jaak Sooäär, Finnish drummer Markku Ounaskari and Armenian bassist Ara Yaralyan first joined ranks in 2016, though all three have been active across the Baltic jazz scenes since the 1990s. Sooäär has collaborated with veterans such as Anders Jormin, Han Bennink and Vladimir Tarasov, Ounaskari with Arve Henriksen and Tore Brunborg, while Yaralyan has ...

Article: Interview

Luca Aquino: Gong, il Suono dell'Ultimo Round

Read "Luca Aquino: Gong, il Suono dell'Ultimo Round" reviewed by Paolo Marra


Dalla registrazione del suo primo disco da leader nel 2007 dal titolo Sopra le nuvole e il successivo Lunaria—con la partecipazione di Roy Hargrove—passando per Chiaro, registrato per l'etichetta Tǔk nel 2011, Luca Aquino ha intrapreso una personale ricerca del suono della tromba in bilico tra Miles Davis, Chet Baker, rock e sperimentazione.

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Article: Album Review

Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Other Side

Read "The Other Side" reviewed by David Bruggink


In spiritual parlance, “the other side" often refers to a realm beyond death. Tord Gustavsen is no stranger to integrating music to religious practice, performing frequent “Musikkmeditasjon" concerts in Norwegian churches. It would be reductive, however, to describe his music in New Age terms. Gustavsen is a master composer and improviser, and The Other Side is ...

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Article: Album Review

Yelena Eckemoff: Nocturnal Animals

Read "Nocturnal Animals" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


"You're busy appearing or you're busy disappearing." Drummer-bandleader Art Blakey may have said that; if he didn't, he should have. Somebody had to express the importance of presenting your work, for getting it out there to an audience. This goes for virtually any artist in any medium. Double down on that for people who create jazz. ...

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Article: Live Review

Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 2019

Read "Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 2019" reviewed by John Kelman


Festival International de Jazz de Montréal Various Venues Montréal, Canada June 27 -July 1, 2019 Forty years. Not a lifetime, perhaps, but a remarkably long time for any festival to not only continue to exist but, despite increasing challenges, to thrive. An even greater achievement when it's the Festival International de ...

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Article: Album Review

Skydive Trio: Sun Sparkle

Read "Sun Sparkle" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Norwegian guitarist Thomas Dahl's primary project is the Skydive Trio with bassist Mats Eilertsen and drummer Olavi Louhivuouri. The trio is an off-shoot of a quintet of the same name that includes tenor saxophonist Tore Brunborg and pianist Alexi Tuomarila. Sun Sparkle is the second release from the smaller group whose sound, like the album title, ...

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Article: Album Review

Joachim Kuhn: Love & Peace

Read "Love & Peace" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The German ACT label achieved global recognition when they issued the Esbjorn Svensson Trio album Viaticum (2005) and they warrant broader discovery by U.S. jazz fans. Though their country's best known label casts a global shadow over its competition, the ACT catalog has included Richie Beirach, Lars Danielsson, Vijay Iyer, Manu Katche, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Bugge Wesseltoft, ...

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Article: Album Review

Maciej Obara Quartet: Dominik Wania/Ole Morten Vågan/Gard Nilssen: Unloved

Read "Unloved" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


A distinct vernacular, unabashedly quixotic lyricism and an authoritative style of playing are among the notable characteristics that define Maciej Obara. The Polish saxophonist and composer had performed with Tomasz Stańko in the trumpeter's “New Balladyna Quartet" project and he has recorded with John Lindberg, Ralph Alessi, Mark Helias and Nasheet Waits. Obara was also on ...

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Article: Album Review

Yelena Eckemoff: In The Shadow Of A Cloud

Read "In The Shadow Of A Cloud" reviewed by John Kelman


She may rarely perform live in this context, but Yelena Eckemoff has managed to build, over just seven years and a mammoth eleven releases--including her second release of 2017, In the Shadow of a Cloud--a loyal and growing following in the jazz world. It's all the more remarkable for a multi-talented expat Russian pianist who began ...


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