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STOR HÖSTREA PÅ JAZZVINYLER FRÅN ACT!


Förra året drog vinylskivor in mer pengar än cd i USA. Och LP:ns återkomst inom vissa genrer är stark även i Sverige, speciellt på jazzsidan. Nu kan vi erbjuda ett stort antal vinyltitlar från ACT till 25% rabatt (till och med 26/10). Album med Esbjörn Svensson Trio, Nils Landgren, Ida Sand och många, många fler. Det är bara att plocka fram skivspelaren, låta tallriken börja snurra och släppa ner nålen. Keep swinging!
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Image e.s.t. Live in Gothenburg (3LP)
Den 10 oktober 2001 gav Esbjörn Svensson e.s.t. en konsert på Göteborgs Konserthus, en konsert som Esbjörn själv senare rankade som en av de absolut bästa konserterna i trions karriär. Det var en magisk kväll då allting funkade, när trion och publiken förenades och hittade fram till musikens kärna.
Konsertinspelningen, gjord av ljudmästaren Åke Linton, ges nu ut för första gången, dels på 2CD, dels på 3LP (i limiterad och numrerad utgåva). Repertoaren är hämtade från albumen ”From Gagarin’s Point of View” samt ”Good Morning Susie Soho”. Dessutom framför de låten ”Bowling”, tidigare outgiven på skiva.

A concert for the ages: The release of "e.s.t. live in Gothenburg" brings listeners the previously unreleased recording of a concert in Gothenburg Concert Hall to which Esbjörn Svensson (d.2008) referred in his lifetime as one of the best that his trio ever did. In this 2001 recording, e.s.t. played tracks from the albums "From Gagarin´s Point of View" and "Good Morning Susie Soho". There is even one track, “Bowling", which has never been released on CD before. "e.s.t. live in Gothenburg" documents the enduring magic of this band. We find originality, strength and playfulness coalescing together in an ideal way here.

337 kr (449 kr)
Image e.s.t. Live in London (2 LP)
The release of this album marks a poignant moment: the tenth anniversary of the tragic and premature death of Esbjorn Svensson on 14 June 2008.

In those ten years there have been constant reminders of the indelible mark which Esbjörn Svensson’s piano playing has left on countless other players. Indeed it is hard to imagine currently successful bands such as GoGo Penguin or Mammal Hands, or many others all over the world, without the deep and lasting influence of the sound and the aesthetic of e.s.t.

The trio really was a phenomenon. Its scale, recognition and impact grew progressively and internationally during the seventeen years of its existence. British audiences, for example, took e.s.t to their hearts, and in a special way. Things began quietly when they first performed one night in the tiny Pizza Express Jazz Club in Dean Street in the late 1990’s, and their footprint in the UK just kept growing steadily from there, until they were packing out concert halls. It is part of a similar story in many European countries. They were not kust met with massive success in Germany and France, they truly went Europe-wide. And they also reached out further: they were the first European band ever to appear on the cover of Downbeat in May 2006, the magazine’s seventy-third year. In 2006, for example, they played over 100 concerts in 24 countries and were heard by 200,000 people.

That unforgettable experience of e.s.t. playing live has been caught before on CD, notably in "Live in Hamburg", which was named the “Jazz album of the decade 2000–2010” by The Times, whose critic wrote: “In a decade when Scandinavia staked a claim as the home of progressive jazz, no one had more success than this piano trio.” Jamie Cullum described the appeal of their live concerts: „e.s.t. are a jazz trio, only I can take my non-jazz friends along to see them. Not because they are easy to listen to or un-experimental, but because their improvisational approach is stuffed full of contemporary, relevant and hip ideas. I truly, truly love this band.”

This new release was recorded at one of two nights in a completely sold-out Barbican Centre in 2005, during a hugely successful and highly popular ten-date UK tour. The organic and natural way in which the set evolves is remarkable, and there is plentiful evidence of what Canadian critic John Kelman has called their “unique simpatico.” For people who know and remember the band well, the absolute gem here is a serene, deliciously poised account of “Believe, Beleft, Below.”


239 kr (318 kr)
Image Kristallen (LP)
Nils Landgren spelade in två skivor med Esbjörn Svensson, “Layers of Light” och “Swedish Folk Modern” runt millennieskiftet, några år innan Esbjörn förolyckades. Nu återupptar han projektet att tolka svenska folkmelodier i duoformat, men denna gång tillsammans med Jan Lundgren. Två av Sveriges största jazzstjärnor - för första gången som duo på skiva!

The sound world of “Kristallen” relishes the moment when the surfaces and edges of crystals shimmer and cast off unexpected colours.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image My Soul Kitchen (LP)
Ida Sand / vocals & piano

Stockholm Underground
Jesper Nordenström / keys
Henrik Janson / electric guitar
Lars DK Danielsson / electric bass
Per Lindvall / drums
Magnus Lindgren / reeds

special guests:
Ola Gustafsson / electric & acoustic guitar
Paris Renita / background vocals
André Dahlbäck / background vocals
Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals


"My Soul Kitchen" is Ida Sand's clearest declaration yet of her love of "sweet soul music", and is also a demonstration of her deep affinity for it. Together with the Stockholm Underground band Sand has cooked a 'hot soul casserole'. There are songs by soul greats such as Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and The Meters, which are completely at one with both Ida Sand's own tunes and with her soulful interpretations of the music of artists like John Fogerty and Mike Shapiro.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Christmas With My Friends VI (LP)
Nils Landgren / trombone, vocals
Sharon Dyall / vocals
Jonas Knutsson / saxophon
Jeanette Köhn / vocals
Eva Kruse / bass
Jessica Pilnäs / vocals
Ida Sand / vocals, piano
Johan Norberg / guitar

"Christmas With My Friends VI" is a celebration, and everyone who enjoys exceptionally good Christmas songs from Bach to ABBA in new and characterful interpretations is most welcome to it. The established ensemble reinterprets also in the sixth issue Christmas songs from all over the world in a jazz spirit, bringing together the well-known with the less familiar, combining the cheerful with the contemplative.



172 kr (229 kr)
Image Strange Place For Snow (2 LP)
It is widely accepted today that European jazz has developed its own unique vocabulary alongside its Afro-American counterpart, and E.S.T is an exceptional example.
The Esbjörn Svensson Trio, or E.S.T. as it is known internationally, has taken this musical development several steps further. At the same time it is linked with the same Swedish tradition that has made Sweden famous for jazz. The result is a structurally unified album in which the personal sound of the group has become more intense and projects an even greater depth from which it is able to reach new musical heights. Welcome to E.S.T. country!
Swedish jazz has a long tradition. Lars Gullin and Jan Johansson were already international stars in the 1950s. Today a new generation of Swedish jazz musicians (i.e. Bobo Stenson, Nils Landgren) is knocking on fame’s door. The brightest shinning star is without question pianist Esbjörn Svensson along with his trio, E.S.T. It is not surprising - the collective unconscious should never be under-estimated - that the trio’s scintillating jazz-mix comprises a trade mark "Swedish Sound", even when the music encompasses diverse elements which include their own rich folk tradition, the European classic tradition and rock n roll.

239 kr (318 kr)
Image Seven Days Of Falling (2 LP)
On Saturday March 9, 2002 a select number of people assembled at midnight for a secret release party – by invitation only - at London´s legendary "Pizza Express Jazzclub", the same place that had been the inspiration for e.s.t.´s former "Good Morning Susie Soho" album (ACT 9005-2). It was like a Who’s Who of Europe´s festival programmers, record company executives and journalists. And the event? The release party for e.s.t.´s brand new album "Strange Place for Snow" (ACT 9011-2). That evening was to signify the starting point for the international breakthrough of the band.

Nearly 100 concerts (in 18 countries) and 6 major European awards later, the band had taken Europe by storm. e.s.t. had been voted "best international act" by the Victoires du Jazz in France and by the BBC in England. They had received the German Jazz Award and the German Critics Award for the "Best Album of the Year". They had been given the Guiness Jazz in Europe Award in Ireland and the "Revelation of the Festival Award" at Midem in Cannes. "Strange Place for Snow" nearly tripled sales of previous e.s.t. albums and even took the band to the USA where it was released by Sony Columbia. As a result, the band played a complete tour of the States – probably the only European jazz act that did so in 2002.

239 kr (318 kr)
Image Tuesday Wonderland (LP)
What is so special about Tuesdays ?

"That´s exactly the question – Tuesdays do not really have anything special about them in the thinking of most people, but if you start appreciating the small things in life you might see Tuesdays in a different light", says Magnus Öström – creator of most titles of e.s.t. songs – and Esbjörn Svensson and Dan Berglund are nodding knowingly. "What we do – music - might not mean a lot to too many people as well, but if you let yourself fall into it, you might go on a journey and discover your own Wonderland in it – a trip that might change your life."

In that interpretation "TUESDAY WONDERLAND" connects directly to "Viaticum", the 2005 release of e.s.t. – currently Europe´s leading force in jazz and the first European jazz band ever to grace a cover of the world renowned US jazz magazine Downbeat. The interpretation of "Viaticum" was that the music is the provisions that you take with you on a journey. "TUESDAY WONDERLAND" is the spiritual journey itself that opens new worlds and guides you to the Wonderland of e.s.t.'s music.

e.s.t. believe in continuity. Esbjörn, Dan and Magnus formed their band 13 years ago and "TUESDAY WONDERLAND" is the tenth album on their trip to discover and dive deep into the music, and it might very well be their best so far. They also believe in parity among its members which might be another key to their success as the creativity of three individuals working together on the same goal simply exceeds the creativity of a single person dictating.

From their first album on it was clear that these were extremely talented musicians, but it was from their 1999 release "From Gagarin´s Point of View" onwards, when they started to experiment with sounds and electronics, that their unique and unmistakably recognizable style evolved. But don´t get this wrong: e.s.t. is not about the sound only, this is just one of the ingredients. It is the melodies, the complexity and at the same time accessibility that makes them a stand alone. The more you listen – the more you hear, which makes it difficult to stop the turntable once one of their albums is on.

Their immense influence on nowadays music scene reflects in the raving reviews by the music critics ("Trio of the Decade", "The hippest thing in jazz right now"), their huge commercial success ("Viaticum" was the best selling instrumental jazz album in Europe in 2005), their shows that attract thousands of people and it reflects even in the praises from their colleagues, starting with Pat Metheny ("Most exciting act I saw in the past 15 years") and not ending with Jamie Cullum ("My favourite band – I´m a fan").

So, get ready for the trip !


239 kr (318 kr)
Image Leucocyte (LP)
Leucocytes, white blood cells, are a part of the human immune system that protect the body against foreign pathogens and infections. They must periodically renew themselves to continue their work.

For e.s.t., spontaneous jam sessions were the way to renewal. They would often rent a local recording studio for a couple of days during their tours and then start to jam. They did this without any pre-composed material. The musicians reacted freely to each other and let themselves be totally carried by the flow of ideas and musical to and fro. The players needed this freedom in order to explore new musical regions, or as Esbjörn Svensson always formulated it, “…to follow the music”. In the past, many of the trio’s compositions were developed through precisely this art of improvisation.

And there was scarcely another formation on the planet that was as predestined for this way of going about business as e.s.t were. The three performed with an almost telepathic assuredness, breathing as one; “This group has become one sound, one genius mutant human being with six hands, three brains and one musical sensibility.” (Jamie Cullum). The trio constantly posed the fundamental question, “What can a piano trio be that it has not been before?” (Pat Metheny).

Leucocyte is the result of one of these two day jams. It took place at the famed “Studios 301” in Sydney during the band’s Australian tour. In early 2008 e.s.t.’s sound engineer Ake Linton joined the band at the Bohus Sound Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden to begin mixing. On April 28 there was a photo shoot in Berlin for the new campaign. On May 16 the artwork and album were delivered to ACT.

Then on June 14 the incomprehensible happened: Esbjörn Svensson, probably the most influential stylist of the last decade, lost his life in a diving accident off the island of Vrämdö near Stockholm.

As a result, Leucocyte has become Esbjörn Svensson’s and e.s.t.’s musical legacy! It is the most venturesome album Esbjörn Svensson (p), Dan Berglund (b), and Magnus Öström (dr) have recorded as e.s.t. The essence of this journey of discovery is its ecstatic energy. It is a trip through the bloodstream sans compositional safety-net and stylistic restraints in which the borders of musical communication are sounded out.

Esbjorn Svensson's orbital musical journey began barely ten years ago with From Gagarin's Point Of View, before coming to Earth with Strange Place For Snow and Seven Days Of Falling. He provided food for the soul with Viaticum, lost himself in his Tuesday Wonderland, and the journey now comes to an end with Leucocyte.

239 kr (318 kr)
Image Retrospective - The Very Best Of e.s.t. (LP)
Leucocytes, white blood cells, are a part of the human immune system that protect the body against foreign pathogens and infections. They must periodically renew themselves to continue their work.

For e.s.t., spontaneous jam sessions were the way to renewal. They would often rent a local recording studio for a couple of days during their tours and then start to jam. They did this without any pre-composed material. The musicians reacted freely to each other and let themselves be totally carried by the flow of ideas and musical to and fro. The players needed this freedom in order to explore new musical regions, or as Esbjörn Svensson always formulated it, “…to follow the music”. In the past, many of the trio’s compositions were developed through precisely this art of improvisation.

And there was scarcely another formation on the planet that was as predestined for this way of going about business as e.s.t were. The three performed with an almost telepathic assuredness, breathing as one; “This group has become one sound, one genius mutant human being with six hands, three brains and one musical sensibility.” (Jamie Cullum). The trio constantly posed the fundamental question, “What can a piano trio be that it has not been before?” (Pat Metheny).

Leucocyte is the result of one of these two day jams. It took place at the famed “Studios 301” in Sydney during the band’s Australian tour. In early 2008 e.s.t.’s sound engineer Ake Linton joined the band at the Bohus Sound Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden to begin mixing. On April 28 there was a photo shoot in Berlin for the new campaign. On May 16 the artwork and album were delivered to ACT.

Then on June 14 the incomprehensible happened: Esbjörn Svensson, probably the most influential stylist of the last decade, lost his life in a diving accident off the island of Vrämdö near Stockholm.

As a result, Leucocyte has become Esbjörn Svensson’s and e.s.t.’s musical legacy! It is the most venturesome album Esbjörn Svensson (p), Dan Berglund (b), and Magnus Öström (dr) have recorded as e.s.t. The essence of this journey of discovery is its ecstatic energy. It is a trip through the bloodstream sans compositional safety-net and stylistic restraints in which the borders of musical communication are sounded out.

Esbjorn Svensson's orbital musical journey began barely ten years ago with From Gagarin's Point Of View, before coming to Earth with Strange Place For Snow and Seven Days Of Falling. He provided food for the soul with Viaticum, lost himself in his Tuesday Wonderland, and the journey now comes to an end with Leucocyte.

239 kr (318 kr)
Image Stockholm Underground (LP)
172 kr (229 kr)
Image Summerwind (LP)
In “Summerwind”, enchanting melodies flow with an instinctive and natural grace and elegance. They develop in long arcs which bring a sense of profundity and contemplation. In a world in constant danger of overheating, Danielsson’s and Fresu’s music is a fresh and soothing breeze.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Christmas With My Friends V (LP)
line up
Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals
Sharon Dyall / vocals
Jonas Knutsson / saxophones
Jeanette Köhn / vocals
Eva Kruse / bass
Jessica Pilnäs / vocals
Ida Sand / vocals, piano & school organ
Johan Norberg / guitars & kantele

Fans of Nils Landgren will know him as Mr. Redhorn. This dare-devil Action Man drives his Funk Unit heroically from the front, sweat bejewelling his forehead. That, however is just one of the many sides of this popular and immensely likeable Swedish trombonist and bandleader. The master of the in-the-pocket groove also has a much softer, more romantic side. This sentimental mode found its most natural and effective method of expression in a thought he had exactly ten years ago. Landgren’s idea was not just a good one, it was a keeper: he would gather good friends around him, and they would celebrate Christmas together, through music.

So, in 2006, on went the red satin dinner jacket for the very first time, and “Christmas With My Friends” was born. The concert in the ancient Odensala Church in Stockholm was recorded, and then issued as a CD. It was to prove the beginning of an unprecedented success story. Every two years, Landgren took himself off on a Christmas season tour, alternating between Sweden and Germany. Four albums have chronicled this developing story, and each of them has in its turn been awarded with the German Jazz Award. Three of them have gone platinum, and the most recent (so far, watch this space...) is currently gold. The press and the public got right behind these albums from the start. The widely-read German current affairs magazine Stern garlanded “Christmas With My Friends” with the description of “the most beautiful of all the Christmas CDs of the year,” praising its “unique, bright, sparkling, festive atmosphere that goes straight to the heart." Stern was just as fulsome in its recommendation of the second album: “Our verdict is still the same. This one also glistens like a starry Nordic winter night sky.” The UK critic Dave Gelly writing in the Observer has praised the albums as follows: “There is an irresistible feeling of serenity and calm about the whole thing”...” “Landgren’s concept of a Christmas album is so much more sophisticated than the norm that it's the only possible choice for this season” …. “The secret lies in the combination of simple intimacy, polished musicianship and a programme full of subtly chosen surprises.” A visit in person to one of these concerts, often held in resonant churches, almost always completely sold out, gives a sense of the special mood they create: in the audiences are always radiant expressions from blissfully happy faces, and to judge by the expressions one sees, the concerts seem to answer a need, to be everything one could ever dream of, the very best way to get completely carried along by the Christmas spirit.

142 kr (189 kr)
Image 4 Wheel Drive (LP)
Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals
Michael Wollny / piano
Lars Danielsson / bass & cello
Wolfgang Haffner / drums

It scarcely feels necessary to mention the pre-eminent status of all four of these artists, because that is evident from hearing the music. When Nils Landgren brings such feeling to his own melody “Le chat sur toit”, or when Michael Wollny dazzles with the bluesinfused piano solo in “Lady Madonna”; when “Polygon” opens with a bass intro from Lars Danielsson, or when Wolfgang Haffner sets up the power groove to propel “4WD”, then it’s clear what’s happening: four leading figures in European jazz who know each other well and who have appreciated each other’s work for many years have now got together. True, their paths have crossed many times before in all kinds of configurations, but here for the very first time are the four friends as a quartet. They decided to record an album together at the Nilento Studio in Gothenburg: “4 Wheel Drive”.

The title of the album reflects the equal role which each of the four musicians has had in setting the direction for the quartet. They take to the road together, both as superb soloists and as team players. In addition to one original composition from each of them, Landgren, Wollny, Danielsson and Haffner also decided that they would focus on four living creative forces from the recent history of music and interpret their tunes, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Phil Collins and Sting: So McCartney’s “Maybe I’m Amazed” becomes a subtly-lit jazz ballad. Freed from everything extraneous, and transformed by Wollny’s prepared piano, Billy Joel’s “She’s Always A Woman” is a mysterious and enraptured love song. The musicians interpret Genesis’ song “That’s All” as a collage of instrumental sound. And for Sting’s song about letting go, “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free”, they find a fitting musical parallel: the freedom of jazz leads naturally to Landgren’s powerful trombone improvisation. The album is bookended with music from the fast lane: it opens with Wollny’s fast-paced showpiece “Polygon”, and closes with Danielsson’s “4WD”; he had Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in mind when he wrote this title track.

4 Wheel Drive: an ensemble with a high-performance four-cylinder engine, with all the gears meshing perfectly. And the fuel: jazz.


172 kr (229 kr)
Image How long is now? (LP)
line up
Iiro Rantala / piano
Lars Danielsson / bass
Peter Erskine / drums, percussion

This new trio album with Peter Erskine (drums) and Lars Danielsson (bass) constitutes a many-faceted summing-up of a happy and resoundingly creative phase of Rantala’s life.

142 kr (189 kr)
Image Good stuff (LP)
Vienna, Rome, Seoul... Iiro Rantala and Ulf Wakenius are musicians who travel the world, always on tour as leaders of their own projects. Each track of the album captures the mood of a different city. Rantala: “Every place is lifted by its music and is therefore unique. We've hunted down these specific sounds.”

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Some Other Time - A Tribute to Leonard Bernstein (
LINE UP:
Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals
Janis Siegel / vocals
Jan Lundgren / piano
Dieter Ilg / bass
Wolfgang Haffner / drums

Right in time for Nils Landgren's 60th birthday celebration the most elaborate project of his unparalleled carrer will be published. This album includes the music of musiclas like "West Side Story and a phenomenal line-up, among others his All-Star band, Bochumer Symphoniker and singer Janis Siegel of the legendary "The Manhatten Transfer". Together with conductor and arranger Vince Mendoza they build a memorial for a friend of Jazz and great composer of the 20th century, Leonard Bernstein.


172 kr (229 kr)
Image Brothers (LP)
172 kr (229 kr)
Image Lost Heroes (LP)
The prizewinning masterpeice of Echo Jazz-awardee Iiro Rantala is now also available on vinyl. High quality
vinyl-mastering exclusively made from the 24bit studio master files and premium 180g-pressing (download-code
included).


172 kr (229 kr)
Image Everybody Loves Angels (LP)
There can be very few musicians who are capable of making silence as audibly vivid as the Norwegian Bugge Wesseltoft, in particular in his solo piano recordings. For twenty years, the most successful of these, “It’s Snowing On My Piano”, has been treasured as a haven of wintry stillness and contemplation. So now Bugge Wesseltoft and producer Siggi Loch have returned to the original concept of “Snowing” in “Everybody Loves Angels”. The title is a metaphor for the kind of weightless ease which the music conveys; and this time it's not just for winter...



172 kr (229 kr)
Image Teamwork (LP)
VINYL

Line Up:
The Funk Unit is:
Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals
Magnum Coltrane Price / bass & vocals
Magnus Lindgren / woodwinds & vocals
Jonas Wall / woodwinds & vocals
Sebastian Studnitzky / keyboards & trumpet
Andy Pfeiler / guitar & vocals
Robert Ikiz / drums

Special Guests:
Joe Sample / rhodes solo on 2-01
Wilton Felder / tenor sax solo on 3-01
Till Brönner / trumpet solo on 2-02
LIRA / vocals on 1-03

This might well be the best Funk Unit that Nils Landgren has had gathered around him since 2010: technically outstanding, this is a group of team players who combine well with a great groove connection. James Brown meets Parliament meets Crusaders meets Funk Unit: that's one way you could describe the musical concept on "Teamwork". It is pure party feeling, the notes whirl coolly through the ranks, superb horn sets alternate with ecstatic solos, dance beats, smooth vocals and strong melodies, but there is also time for elegance and heartfelt blues. "Teamwork" is all that and then some, played by a dream team of sweat-inducing funk workers with soul in their blood.

"I felt that Funk Unit had so much more to give," recalls team captain Landgren, whose funk formation still shows no signs of fatigue even after 8 albums. With "Teamwork", this star player puts more emphasis on the skill of the collective, and pursues the same creative strategy that made funk legends like James Brown and George Clinton's Parliament great: go with the flow, follow where the groove takes you. "Hours of jamming preceded the recording sessions. We just turned the recorder on and played. Magnum Coltrane Price and Robert Ikiz laid the groove foundation that inspired us to new melodies and horn riffs. Then we checked out what we'd recorded together: where is there potential, where is there a great melody, which riffs get under your skin? It was like panning for gold. The songs emerged bit by bit. Then we went into the Atlantis Studio in Stockholm, where ABBA once recorded their unforgettable hits." The result is an album that wasn't planned or calculable, but that was born live, so to speak. Nothing sounds deliberate, it's all organic.


194 kr (259 kr)
Image Lampedusa Lullaby (LP)
The music on "Lampedusa Lullaby" packs an incredible power. It disturbs, connects, it has a way of getting through to the feet, the head and the soul – and all the same time. KUU! is a band of superlatives. It is an outstanding representation of new European jazz at its most innovative, but also shows on “Lampedusa Lullaby” with razor-sharp precision a way that rock music can function in 2018.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Last Spring (LP)
Bugge Wesseltoft's and Henning Kraggerud's album from 2012 (ACT9526), now presented on vinyl for the first time.
The vinyl issue was especially made to commemorate the victims of the horrible crimes on Utøya.

"Terror struck Norway hard and brutal on 22nd July 2011. One single man detonated a bomb in Oslo and later that day had killed 69 people, some as young as 14 years old at the political youth camp on the island of Utøya. In the aftermath in the days that followed, the song which translates to 'For the Youth' was used in Norway, both as means to unify against terror and in the healing process for the whole nation.

The CD 'Last Spring' was recorded in the Autumn 2011 and released in Spring 2012. Now when making this new vinyl version we are in 2019. Over the last few years, 'Last Spring' has transformed its meaning for me and has become more and more music for consolation. Since the LP has a shorter minute count than the CD, we have chosen to remove some tracks and thereby make a new storyline by changing the order of the remaining songs on both sides of this album.

It now starts with the medieval ballad 'Margit Hjukse', where Bugge’s introductory 'E's in the beginning represent church bells barely heard from inside the mountain. Margit is there dreaming about seeing her family again, even if only once. Then 'Lilja', 'Byssan Lull', 'Sæterjentens Søndag' and 'Maria durch den Dornwald ging' form this Side A as if seen through the eyes of a young woman.

Side B opens with 'Gjendines Bådnlåt'. This melody was originally notated by Grieg when hearing Gjendine singing it for her sister’s child, using the back of a cow as a makeshift desk. It is here that the viola solo starts on the lullaby’s words 'sova no, sova no'. Grieg’s own 'Last Spring' expresses - through Vinje’s words - gratitude to experience one last spring. In 'Til Ungdommen' I use my 'viola concorda' which spans down to the deep cello register with its six strings. This is also used in the following 'Blåmann' which is one of Norway’s most used lullabies that both Bugge and I grew up with. Brahms’ 'Wiegenlied' concludes this LP and was, in the Norwegian poet Henrik Wergeland’s translated text, what my mother sung to me at the very end of the day." (Henning Kraggerud, 2019)

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Playing Gershwin (LP)
Only very few musicians are as well versed in both, classical music and jazz as the Finnish pianist Iiro Rantala. With the acclaimed 'Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen', he now continues his classical journey. Following the album "Mozart, Bernstein, Lennon" which got nominated for the "International Classical Music Award", the new recording features repertoire by George Gershwin - for Rantala, with his strong melodies and great emotional warmth, a classical soulmate.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Mare Nostrum III (LP)
Paolo Fresu / trumpet & flugelhorn
Richard Galliano / accordion, bandoneon & accordina
Jan Lundgren / piano
All good things come in threes, they say...

...and in fact the idea of a trilogy of albums – a first recorded in Italy, a second in France, and a third in Sweden – has been present in the minds of these three musicians ever since they first started working together.

What might appear as a vapid marketing idea is the genuine result of the shared musical identity which they have continued to develop together.

The three top-flight musicians Paolo Fresu, Richard Galliano and Jan Lundgren have a great deal in common: each is a superb instrumentalist in his own right, all three of them have a love of melody as their hallmark; and they also draw on the rich musical resources of their native countries, Italy, France and Sweden.

For over 12 years they have been playing together at the highest level, their incomparable sound is the inspiration for an ever-growing audience in countless countries, and they perform in the world’s most renowned concert halls.

So it came as no surprise to me as the producer of this session when the question arose spontaneously and more or less simultaneously: when are we going back into the studio together?

Once again it was a pure pleasure to see the sheer ease with which Paolo, Richard and Jan can create such great music. The results have a completely natural flow and the joy of making music together is palpable.

And as to the question of whether this is still “jazz”, it really doesn’t need to be asked: “Call it anything” said Miles Davis way back when – and how right he was!

René Hess


217 kr (289 kr)
Image Kind of Cool (LP)
Drummer Wolfgang Haffner is one of Germany's most successful jazz-band leaders, in addition to contributing his skills as a musician on over 400 albums. Here he defines his take on the Cool Jazz sound. Three main pillars define Kind of Cool: First of all, 'cool' jazz tunes had to be on it. 'So What' for example, the opener of Kind of Blue, and 'Django', the perhaps best known composition by John Lewis, from the first album of his Modern Jazz Quartet. Secondly, standards were chosen from different styles that lent themselves to a 'cool' interpretation. The most logical choice was 'Autumn Leaves', made famous by the versions crafted by Cannonball Adderley with Miles Davis in 1958 and by Bill Evans in 1959. The Broadway ballad 'My Funny Valentine' from 1937 also became a modern jazz standard thanks to the recordings made by Chet Baker and Miles Davis. And Billy Eckstine's 'Piano Man' can be considered one of the 'coolest' numbers made with the Kansas City sound of Count Basie; the two recorded it in 1959. Finally, Wolfgang Haffner contributed three of his own compositions that fit into the programme.


172 kr (229 kr)
Image Christmas with my Friends - The Jubilee Collection
Christmas With My Friends are:

Nils Landgren / trombone & vocals
Sharon Dyall / vocals
Jonas Knutsson / saxophones
Jeanette Köhn / vocals
Eva Kruse / bass
Jessica Pilnäs / vocals
Ida Sand / vocals & piano
Johan Norberg / guitars & kantele



Dear friends,

10 years of Christmas With My Friends lie behind us. Wow! But, how did it all begin?
Well, here is the story behind Christmas With My Friends:
I have been listening to music all year around since I was a toddler in the small country town of Degerfors in Sweden. My whole family was into
music and there were always someone who practised an instrument or played a record in the house. Great fun. At an early age I realized that
around Christmas, the whole musical climate changed drastically. Everything went on overload. “More is more” seemed to be the key. I liked it
up to the age of 14 but then I had enough of our annual Pat Boone sessions. Jingle Bells and Santa Claus everywhere.
I was still a music student when I at the age of 19 took the chance to become a professional musician and ever since at Christmas time, I asked
myself the same question: ‘Is there an antidote to all this?’ Very slowly and almost subconsciously I started to develop ideas for a different kind
of concept for Christmas music, free from arranged overload, jingle bells and big string sections. Many years later I felt ready to face my record
label chef Siggi Loch with the idea of making a Christmas album my way. Christmas With My Friends, reflecting my own idea of what Christmas
could be like, through the filters of my musical friends and myself. Siggi embraced the idea and after having made the choice of music and
musicians, we decided on recording a live concert both audio and video, in the beautiful medieval church of Odensala north of Stockholm. The
rest is as they say, history…
We went on tour with the first version of the band in 2006, with only one change: Bassist Eva Kruse replaced Lars Danielsson on the tour that
also featured singer Viktoria Tolstoy and guitarist Ulf Wakenius. On the recording, I had the idea of incorporating a trombone choir and my old
friend and fellow trombonist Walter Brolund helped me out in the best of ways. On tour, I hired trombone choirs all over Germany, sometimes
new every day. Hard work for me to rehearse, but a lot of fun as well.
On that first tour, we performed in Mannheim in the “Alte Feuerwache” on December 12. On that particular day we celebrate Lucia, the queen
of light all over Sweden. Big thing. We had decided to play the concert in traditional Lucia costumes, with Viktoria as Lucia for the first time in
her life, with a candle crown on her head and the rest of the girls as her maids with me, Johan, Jonas and Ulf Wakenius as stable boys. All in
white. The girls with glitter in their hair and candles in their hands, the boys with funny hats just like at home. Very Swedish indeed. We thought
it would be a great success but almost no one in the audience understood what was going on. They all stayed very quiet after we had marched
through the whole room singing Sankta Lucia, so we got out of the dresses, lights and hats as fast as we could and continued in our normal
concert clothes. It could have all stopped right after that introduction but luckily it did not, the performance was a success and now we can look
back on ten years of Christmas With My friends.
I think that none of us believed that Christmas With My Friends would turn out to be such a success and maybe that‘s why - just doing what we
wanted to do. Spreading joy through music, our way. Reflective, contemplative but not without humor and groove and always on the highest
musical level. Since the first concert in Odensala we have performed hundreds of concerts, moving audiences all over Germany and Sweden.
From the second album on, the band has been consisting of the same eight members and it is really a bliss to work with so much talent combined
with great friendship: Vocalists Jeanette Köhn, Sharon Dyall, Jessica Pilnäs and Ida Sand, who is also playing piano, my musical duo partner
since the mid eighties Johan Norberg on the guitar, Jonas Knutsson on saxes, above mentioned Eva Kruse on bass and myself. Why change a
winning team?
A big part of our success is of course Siggi Loch and our record company ACT in Munich who believed in me and the idea in the first place and
our agency Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion in Hamburg, where Ina Lieckfeldt has been working our tour schedules with great results.
At the end of the day, the audience decides if they want to join in or not and it seems like the decision is in our favor. Without all my Christmas
friends, none of this would have been possible. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart and soul for ten wonderful years.
Merry Christmas!

Love,
Nils Landgren

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Image Liberetto (LP)
A new dream duo in European Jazz: Together with Armenian pianist Tigran the bassist Lars Danielsson discovers new musical spaces and emphasises the freedom of music between chamber jazz, classic and European folk music.

Line Up:
Lars Danielsson / bass, cello, Wurlitzer piano on #8
Tigran / piano, vocals on #7
John Parricelli / guitar
Arve Henriksen / trumpet
Magnus Öström / drums & percussion

Recorded on June 13 - 17, 2011, mixed and mastered on September 5 - 7, 2011 at Tia Dia Studios Mölnlycke, Sweden.

Happy coincidences can often lead to extraordinary results. No-one could have foreseen that Lars Danielsson and the Armenian pianist Tigran would pair up to form the new dream duo of the European jazz scene, when in fact the two musicians played their first concert together only one week before the scheduled recordings of Liberetto. It was clear from the first note that two musical soulmates had found each other, and despite it happening by coincidence the result of their meeting was all the more intense. Lars Danielsson says: "Tigran sees my music exactly the way I do and he composes music exactly the way I would do myself. For example, his 'Svensk Låt' sounds more Swedish than my songs. It was simply fantastic to record this album with him."

Similar to his partnership with the Polish pianist Leszek Mozdzer, with whom Danielsson formed an excellent collaboration on his previous albums Tarantella and Pasodoble, Tigran now joins the bassist and cellist in creating an exceptional level of musical dialogue. If you consider the career of the 24-year-old pianist, this promising collaboration seems logical - Tigran, who is commuting between New York and France, is not 'native to jazz, but rather received a classical education (as did Danielsson). Yet early on Tigran discovered his affection for rock and jazz and thus he became an explorer of sound who is fond of details, with an ear for catchy melodies and is open to different genres. His method of composition always starts with improvisation, but once the piece is ready he is fond of fixed structures - another thing he and Danielsson have in common. Both his technique and expression are so stunning that Tigran won both the Thelonious Monk and Martial Solal competitions when he was still a teenager.

On Liberetto Lars Danielsson remains true to his musical language and style, with often melancholic and uniquely fragmented melodies, a search for new musical spaces and an inherent sense of lyricism. However, here he goes one step further - Liberetto is more intense and more interactive than Danielsson's previous albums, perhaps leaning further towards chamber jazz, and this has a lot to do with the musicians with whom he recorded the album.

Danielsson's longstanding desire to work with former Esbjörn Svensson Trio drummer Magnus Öström finally came true. Öström has also been broadening his musical spectrum and according to Danielsson he was therefore the ideal choice - he was an inspiration and brought in a range of new and interesting ideas. Unsurprisingly his playing often finds common ground with e.s.t., as clearly demonstrated on "Svensk Låt" (which, astonishingly enough, was composed by Tigran). On this track Öström revives the energy of the most successful jazz trio of the last 20 years. The British guitarist John Parricelli, with his wonderfully subtle style, is an old acquaintance from Tarantella; and Arve Henriksen, who has consistently proven his standing in the great tradition of lyrical Scandinavian trumpet players, appears as a guest musician.

With this line-up Danielsson paints beautiful and exciting pictures in a whole new palette. Some pieces enriched by Armenian folk music ("Hov arek sarer djan"), sometimes ecstatically happy ("Party On The Planet") and occasionally mysteriously ethereal ("Hymnen"). This is something he had in mind when he came up with the project's title, Liberetto. "The neologism describes a certain mood in which I want to create my music," he says. "The word is connected to my previous albums, both linguistically and through its inference to classical music terminology. And it emphasises the freedom that I constantly want to express with my music, and makes it an open book." With such co-authors as Tigran, the happy coincidence that led to the beginning of this story makes for a very happy ending indeed.


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Image Twenty Five Magic Years - The Jubilee Album (LP)
ACT is proud to mark this milestone with a “Jubilee Album”. However, the label has taken care to steer well clear of the predictable. Except three tracks everything on the album is being released for the first time. The result is a newly crafted summation of the kind of music for which ACT exists: music that can touch the heart, stir the soul and lift the spirit of the listener. It is a kaleidoscope of magical musical moments by artists with an openness of mind to all genres and styles.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image In Duo with Mihkel Mälgand
“A great voice, that hits people’s body and soul“ London Jazz News

With her ACT debut, Estonian singer, songwriter and pianist Kadri Voorand proves why insiders rank her among the most versatile and talented rising stars in European jazz & beyond. A multi-facetted album infused with jazz, pop and folk music.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Onwards and Upwards (LP)
SHALOSH are fans of Nirvana, Brahms and The Bad Plus: they transcend all style barriers. As children of the 90’s, they have assimilated the pop and rock music of that decade. The loudness of rock and the danceability of electronica are paired with the sensitivity and structural awareness of trained jazz musicians. SHALOSH make music with the fiery impetuousness of men in their mid-twenties. Their songs build in intensity and tension, with the undertow of a sea that surges and roars, but which can also fall still and luxuriate in its own contemplative beauty.

Line up:
Gadi Stern, piano, rhodes & micro korg
David Michaeli, double bass
Matan Assayag, drums




172 kr (229 kr)
Image Kyoto mon Amour (LP)
Eric Schaefer has been described as the “central shining star of the German jazz scene” by the prestigious weekly Die Zeit, while the Munich broadsheet Süddeutsche Zeitung has referred to the “wide-ranging inspiration that he brings to the jazz world.” In “Kyoto Mon Amour” the drummer/composer takes on the challenge of building bridges between Japanese and western music.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Playing John Williams (LP)
From “E.T.” to “Harry Potter” and “Jurassic Park” – Great Music from the Movies for Solo Piano. Austrian jazz pianist David Helbock plays music by multiple Oscar- and Grammy-winning American film composer John Williams.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Relaxin' in Ireland (LP)
Julian Wasserfuhr / trumpet & flugelhorn
Roman Wasserfuhr / piano
Jörg Brinkmann / cello

What the title of the album does is to set a tone: Here is the typical Wasserfuhr sound with a relaxed way of playing – the Irish attitude to life shines through again and again.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Come In From The Rain (LP)
The songs may come from folk or jazz or pop, yet Solveig Slettahjell and her highly accomplished musicians always make them individual, tasteful and authentic. And the subtle way she bends notes, always bringing them to into perfectly true-pitched final focus is nothing short of miraculous. Every time.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Melodic Ornette Coleman (Piano Works XIII) (LP)
Joachim Kühn / piano
A Legacy

Between 1995 and 2000 I was able to play sixteen concerts with Ornette. Before each concert he would write ten new pieces that we would work out and record during an entire week at his Harmolodic studio in Harlem, New York. Since he wanted me to contribute the cards (sounds) for his melodies, I was directly involved in the composition process.

Once the concert was over, the songs would never be played again. I am now the only one who has all of the recordings and the sheet music for a total of 170 pieces. And after about twenty years, I have put together the most beautiful of his melodies and ballads and recorded them for piano solo. With the exception of “Lonely Woman”, none of the pieces has ever been released by Ornette.

Joachim Kühn


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Image Kind of Spain (LP)
172 kr (229 kr)
Image Oslo (LP)
Line Up:
Michael Wollny / piano
Christian Weber / double bass
Eric Schaefer / drums, live electronics (13)
Norwegian Wind Ensemble (01, 08 & 13)
Geir Lysne / curator (real time music)

"Oslo" is about Michael Wollny the masterful auteur of compelling movies, dense narratives, dazzling paintings in sound which occupy the ever-shifting ground between jazz, classical and new music. His award-winning trio receives a whole new sound palette courtesy of the miraculous free improvisers of the Norwegian Wind Ensemble.


172 kr (229 kr)
Image It's Snowing On My Piano
VINYL

German Jazz Award in Gold and Platinum

Line Up:
Bugge Wesseltoft - piano

Recorded at Rainbow Studio, Oslo, Norway
on October 15 - 16, 1997
Engineeed by Jan Eric Kongshaug and Mariann Kleiven
Produced by Siegfried Loch


142 kr (189 kr)
Image Bridges (LP)
LINE UP:
Adam Baldych / violin
Helge Lien / piano
Frode Berg / bass
Per Oddvar Johansen / drums

Baldych builds bridges The virtuosity of Polish violinist Adam Baldych enables him to pass with astonishing ease through all kinds of borders: the boundaries of his instrument, the barriers between genres, the seams between composing and improvising. These dividing lines fall away as his playing coalesces with that of his fellow musicians. These attributes have led the UK magazine Jazzwise to call him "a refreshingly different European jazz star". As a player who is "a virtuoso and capable of delivering high emotion" (Fono Forum) with his "dervish-like intensity" (Jazz thing), he uses the tradition as the point of departure for new and exploratory journeys up and away beyond jazz. Baldych was born in 1986. His talent was spotted early, and earned him the designation of 'Wunderkind'. After an extended stay in the...


172 kr (229 kr)
Image Italian Songbook (LP)
Sometimes fate steps in and changes the course of a life. That’s what happened to Luca Aquino: he was about to go on a “Jazz-Bike-Tour” in the summer of 2017. He’d packed his trumpet and was ready to set off...but then he couldn’t. He had contracted Bell’s palsy, a sudden and acute facial nerve paralysis which put paid to his idea of cycling all the way from his home town of Benevento to Oslo, playing concerts en route. He couldn’t touch the trumpet for more than a year, then had to re-learn it more or less from scratch. The good news is that he has successfully put his musical career back on track.For Aquino, however, this was a time for self-reflection, and “Italian Songbook” its logical outcome.

Luca Aquino / trumpet, flugelhorn & trombone
Danilo Rea / piano
Natalino Marchetti / accordion

Orchestra Filarmonica di Benevento
arranged and conducted by Giovanni Francesca
Fabio Giachino / piano & keys
Rino De Patre / classical guitar
Ruben Bellavia / drums

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic VII - Piano Night (LP)
Leszek Mozdzer / piano, Fender Rhodes on Summertime
Iiro Rantala / piano
Michael Wollny / piano
All three play Fender Rhodes, in turn, on La Fiesta

“Three men, three pianos, one emotion - jazz”

…were the words with which German national TV news succinctly summed up the 2016 piano summit in a sold-out Berlin Philharmonie, which can now be experienced exclusively on vinyl. “Iiro Rantala, Leszek Mozdzer, Michael Wollny – each in a class of his own. Together, they’re a miracle” - the report continued. This concert was a reprise of the celebrated December 2012 “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic“ premiere which has already been issued on CD. The original 2012 concert by the three keyboard wizards didn't just amaze listeners, it also triumphantly set in motion Siggi Loch’s much-lauded concert series at Berlin’s classical music shrine.

112 kr (149 kr)
Image Wartburg (LP)
Line Up:
Michael Wollny / piano
Christian Weber / double bass
Eric Schaefer / drums
Emile Parisien / soprano saxophone (08 - 11)

“Wartburg” fizzes and shimmers with all the acuity of Michael Wollny's senses and his protean capacity to be alive to the possibilities and the magic of the moment. This is improvising at the limit, life seen through a dream. The album also documents a first-ever encounter of his trio with Emile Parisien, arguably the most influential and original voice on soprano sax today. A unique moment in contemporary jazz.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Travelin (LP)
Line Up:
Colin T. Dawson / trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn & vocals
Chris Hopkins / alto saxophone
Bernd Lhotzky / piano & celesta
Oliver Mewes / drums

Most jazz musicians are also travellers. Their places of work are the clubs and festivals of the world, so they are always on the go. This “tour de force” has been going on for 20 years. A reason then to celebrate, which is perhaps best done by re-tracing the journey, reviving memories of things experienced, and looking at all that travelling involves.



172 kr (229 kr)
Image Karma (LP)
Karma is an Asian spiritual concept whereby every action inevitably has both physical and spiritual con-sequences. It is the perfect title for this album, since no listener could possibly be indifferent faced with what Black String do. Their music, which combines the complex and the extremely catchy, triggers mental as well as physical reactions. This is a world in which epochs and styles intertwine. From every point of view this album is a completely captivating listen.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Autumn Wind (2 LP)
line up
Scott DuBois / guitar & conductor
Gebhard Ullmann / tenor sax & bass clarinet
Thomas Morgan / bass
Kresten Osgood / drums

Eva León / violin I
Conway Kuo / violin II
William Frampton / viola
Sarah Rommel / cello

Erin Lesser / flute
BJ Karpen / oboe
Elisabeth Stimpert / clarinet
Michael Harley / bassoon

DuBois takes the “seasons” concept to a whole new level with a series of pieces in celebration of the restless, unpredictable nature of autumn. At each step of the way, DuBois’ quartet takes us on a mesmerizingly impressionistic musical journey that is an organic yet highly cohesive mix of elements drawn from the likes of modern jazz, contemporary classical music and Americana.

194 kr (259 kr)
Image The Waves Are Rising, Dear! (LP)
Limited Edition (1000 copies only) includes 180g high fidelity pressing, hand-signed LP-size print and download code.

Andreas Schaerer’s recent projects have established him at the forefront of the creative jazz scene in Europe. The Berne-based artist’s debut on the label, the revolutionary orchestral work "The Big Wig", a commission from the Lucerne Festival, was followed by a quartet formation with Michael Wollny, Vincent Peirani and Emile Parisien, “Out of Land”, and most recently by an album with another quartet, “A Novel of Anomaly”. This succession of highly contrasting releases have shown that Schaerer is not a jazz singer in any conventional sense: he is a vocal artist capable of imitating almost every instrument or sound with his voice. He covers all kinds of vocal styles from crooning to operatic tenor, and he is able to juxtapose them all in a completely individual way. Now, having lain dormant while Schaerer pursued these other endeavours, the band that first put him on the map, Hildegard Lernt Fliegen (Hildegard learns to fly) is back in business.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image B-A-C-H (LP)
Line up:
Dieter Ilg / bass
Rainer Böhm / piano
Patrice Héral / drums

Ilg, once again, has taken the work of an old master and made it sound new and fresh. “B-A-C-H” has a depth about it, and yet is completely approachable.

172 kr (229 kr)
Image Tandem (LP)
line up
Michael Wollny / piano
Vincent Peirani / accordion & accordina Impromptu meetings can have far-reaching consequences. German pianist Michael Wollny and French accordionist Vincent Peirani quite literally got to know each other on stage during the ACT20 Jubilee Night at the “New Morning” club in Paris in 2012. Before performing together that night, they had exchanged little more than a peremptory handshake. However, those who heard their first spontaneous jam as a duo certainly won’t have forgotten the sheer excitement, and it has certainly stayed in the minds of both of the musicians. “It was like we used to play for decades together! No need to talk, no need to look at each other, we just breathed together…” Wollny is also full of praise for his colleague: “With Vincent you can roam freely across a whole gamut of styles and moods, and nothing gets in the way. You can quite simply chuck anything in his direction, and he will absorb it, transform it and give it straight back to you. It’s like a version of tennis on fast forward, with the balls coming in from all directions.” After that first meeting, Peirani immediately sent Wollny an email. He wrote: “I’ve attached a recording of last night. Have a listen. I’d really like you to play on my next album.” And that is indeed what transpired: Wollny became part of the trio for Peirani’s first ACT album, “Thrill Box.” As Die Welt said of that CD: “The searching and probing for contrapuntal beauty, the uncommonly lyrical playing have what it takes to touch the heart and make one hold one’s breath.”

142 kr (189 kr)
Image Pilgrim (LP)
Line up:
Janne Mark / vocals
Arve Henriksen / trumpet
Henrik Gunde Pedersen / piano & celeste
Esben Eyermann / bass
Jesper Uno Kofoed / drums
Gustaf Ljunggren / lap steel


Janne Mark: reinventing the hymn in Denmark in the spirit of jazz
Janne Mark writes hymns. And yet there is nothing about her that is stuck in a fusty tradition. She writes in the here and now, she is socially aware and committed, and in her work she draws on the freedom of jazz and all of the breadth of the Scandinavian folk tradition.

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