Katrine Madsen (feat. Lars Jansson) - Dream Dancing
Artist: Katrine Madsen (feat. Lars Jansson)
Title Of Album: Dream Dancing
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Music Mecca
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 63:05 min
Total Size: 145 MB
01. August Moon
02. Time After Time
04. No More Blues
05. Make Someone Happy
06. Just Friends
07. Strange Meadow Lark
08. You Don't Know What Love Is
09. Just One of These Things
10. This Lament
11. The Song Is You
12. A Rainy Afternoon
13. Dream Dancing
Katrine Madsen's Danish jazz singer and has taken his graduation from the Academy of Music. She formed in 1994 his own group Swing Quintet and debuted in 1996 with the album after 'I'm Old Fashioned'. It was followed by 'Dream Dancing' from 1997. She also starred in Ed Thigpen Rhythm Features, has toured with Lars Moller on saxophone, Jan Lund Green on piano, Jesper Bodilsen on bass and Morten Lund on drums in different contexts. In spring 2000, Danes could see her roll over the TV series The spider as nightclub singer, in which she also starred on the soundtrack. That same year published 'My Secret'. "World class" and "one of the best jazz singers in Scandinavia" was the newspaper bid for a review of Katrine Madsen.
To accompany her on her tour in the 'My Secret' selected Katrine Madsen guitarist Jacob Fischer and bassist and Consort Jesper Bodilsen. Katrine has repeatedly moved across the sound to find partners. On the release of 'Magic Night' from 2001, she teamed up with the Stockholm orchestra Bohuslän Big Band, which also led to a tour around many of Scandinavia venues. She has also sung with Claes Crona Trio and Svante Thuresson. With her ??sixth plate 'Close to You' was turned down for the big bigbandlyd in favor of a more intimate musical space. The sheet total again Madsen's usual rhythm section with Jesper Bodilsen and Morten Lund. This time they were supplemented by Bodilsens and Lund's regular trio partner pianist Stefano Bollani and saxophonist Hans Ulrik and the Swedish trumpeter Mårten Lundgren. Here binds Madsen an old standards as Ellington's 'In a sentimental mood', Burt Bacharach's 'Close to You' and Lennon / McCartney 'And I love here'.
The album was nominated for a "Danish Music Awards Jazz" as the year's vocal release 2005. On release, 'Box of Pearls' from 2005, Katrine Madsen again teamed up with Claes Crona Trio and Svante Thuresson to a collection of vocal duets. This album is a studio album and was nominated as the year vocal release for "Danish Music Awards Jazz" 2006.
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