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Bengt Nordström, Sven-Åke Johansson, Alexander v. Schlippenbach Orchestra - Stockholm Connection (2015)

11-05-2015, 19:54
Music | Jazz

Bengt Nordström, Sven-Åke Johansson, Alexander v. Schlippenbach Orchestra - Stockholm Connection (2015)

Artist: Bengt Nordström, Sven-Åke Johansson, Alexander v. Schlippenbach Orchestra
Title Of Album: Stockholm Connection
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Umlaut Records
Genre: Jazz/Free
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 110:46 min
Total Size: 255 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


CD 1
1. Rotationer For Stor Orkester 20:22

CD 2
1. Vast 6:19
2. Kavaj 7:14
3. Byxa 1:59
4. Rutig 24:47
5. Randig 3:55

CD 3
1. Savsjo 10:01
2. Vastervik 2:57
3. Oskarshamn 7:30
4. Eksjo 25:48

Bengt Nordstrom-tenor saxophone
Sven-Ake Johansson-drums, accordion
Alexander Schlippenbach-piano
Bo Lindenstrand-alto saxophone
Allan Olsson-barotone saxophone
Gunnar Bergsten-barotone saxophone
Goran Freese-barotone saxophone
Mats Hagstrom-cello
Ove Karlsson-cello
Bjorn Alke-cello, double bass
Lennart Sandsjo-double bass
Bampe Karlsson-drums
Bengt Berger-drum
s Gunnar Nyberg-drums
Kjell Norlen-guitar
Bernt Rosengren-tenor saxophone
Gunnar Lindquist-tenor saxophone
Roland Keijser-tenor saxophone
Tommy Koverhult-tenor saxophone
Lalle Svensson-trumpet
Maffy Faley-trumpet
Peter Hennix-trumpet
Torsten Eckerman-trumpet

A unique 3CD-box from Umlaut Records putting in attention the musical collaborations between two of Sweden's most headstrong musicians: the pioneers Bengt "Frippe" Nordstrom and Sven-Ake Johansson. The previously non-released music was recorded in Stockholm 1970, 1977 and 1982 and portrait the musicians both in format of a trio, including legendary pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach, and in a large orchestra led by Johansson including, at the time, young groundbreaking jazz musicians from Sweden, like Bernt Rosengren, Roland Keijser, Bjorn Alke and Bengt Berger. This Stockholm Connection not only connects Central Europe with the Scandinavian scene of improvised music and jazz, but also put in attention the very important hidden role Bengt "Frippe" Nordstrom played for the development of this music in USA and beyond (he was the one who released the two first albums of his friend Albert Ayler in 1962 and 1963). The breath of Ayler is heard through the questioning saxophone of Frippe in this historical 3CD-box. At the same time, this music is not only presented as a historical guidance. The perspectives distort, and we hear something, almost alarming, actual. A music unfolding the scenery of the current gray haze of today. As if in a remembrance. The past glimpse of the future. The box also includes extensive text material, photos and cuttings from among others Thomas Millroth, Orkester Journalen, Musics, and Joel Grip.

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Nick Cave   User offline   12 May 2015 00:26

Uhhhhhh Impresionante Trabajo, por favor en FLAC.

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Viktor   User offline   12 May 2015 05:54

Thank you so very much!

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