Swedish trumpeter Magnus Broo (Atomic, Ken Vandermark, &c. &c.) in his new group with Torbjorn Zetterberg, Joe Williamson and Hakon Maset Johansen, 8 original creative compositions.
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Label: Moserobie Music
Catalog ID: MMPCD072
Squidco Product Code: 13705
Recorded in Atlantis on December 10th, 2009 by Janne Hansson.
Hakon Mjaset Johansen-drums
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1. Oh what a beautiful day 5:03
2. Thoughts are things 5:54
3. Acoustic kitten 3:57
4. Swedish wood 4:23
5. I hear you 8:10
6. I am coming home 5:31
7. And suddenly 5:11
8. New weather 12:11
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"Magnus Broo is one of the Swedes that need no introduction. He is mostly known around the world from his work with the group Atomic, his own quartet recordings, his work with Ken Vandermark and many others. Magnus Broo is truly unique and this album in another evidence of that fact. For the first time, with his new group containing fellow Swede Torbjörn Zetterberg, Canadian Joe Williamson and Norwegian Håkon Mjåset Johansen. All music is composed by Magnus, and it was recorded in the legendary Atlantis studio (former Metronome Studios, where Abba among others recorded...hehe)."-Moserobie Music
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"Magnus Broo (born 27 June 1965 in Husqvarna, Västervik, Småland, Sweden) is a Swedish jazz musician (trumpet) known from own recordings and collaboration with Norwegian jazz musicians like in the band Atomic.
Broo is the son of trumpeter, raised in Västervik, and participated in Visby big band before he attended musical training at North Texas State University (1984-1990). Back in Sweden, he was incorporated into Fredrik Norén Band (1991-1999), and also collaborated in the orchestra of Lennart Åberg.
Broo's expression is a continuation of free jazz and Ornette Coleman's style from the 1960'th, and he is central in the Norwegian/Swedish band Atomic (1999-). He also leads his own 'Magnus Broo Quartet with Torbjörn Gulz on piano, Mattias Welin on bass and Jonas Holgersson on drums. They released the albums Sudden Joy (1999), Levitaton (2001), Sugar Promise(2003) and Pain Body (2008). Moreover, he also collaborates in Fredrik Nordström Quintet."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnus_Broo)
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• Show Bio for Torbjorn Zetterberg
"Torbjörn Zetterberg (born 10 May 1976) is a Swedish jazz musician (double bass) and composer, known from collaborations with Jonas Kullhammar.
Zetterberg attended Södra Latin och Fridhems Folkhögskola in Svalöv but was first recognised as bassist when he studied at Kungliga Musikhögskolan in Stockholm still very young. Here he studied bass under guidance of Jan Adefelt. Soon he joined drummer Fredrik Norén's band together with the saxophonist Jonas Kullhammar. Already at this point one could sense that he would become a prominent figure in the Swedish jazz scene. Now his name is firmly rooted in the vibrant progressive selection as the new jazz generation.
He went through a personal crisis and did not record as a bandleader for more than seven years. Zetterberg was uncomfortable with his career and in 2010 he decided to leave the urban life including his bass, and moved to a Buddhist temple. There he resided for a year and still spends half of his time there in 2016. This existential crisis led to the production of the album Och Den Stora Frågan ("And the Big Question" in Swedish) in 2014. Here he collaborated with well known musicians from his earlier career, like the Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva and drummer Jon Fält, known from albums with pianist Bobo Stenson's trio. The album is "charged with joyful urgency, shiny optimism and confident flowing energy, despite the doubts and uncertainties that accompany any creative, artistic process", the reporter of All About Jazz stated in 2014."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torbj%C3%B6rn_Zetterberg)
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• Show Bio for Hakon Mjaset Johansen
"Håkon Mjåset Johansen (born 1 August 1975 in Trondheim, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz drummer and composer, known from playing with the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra featuring Chick Corea at Moldejazz 2000, cooperations with Bugge Wesseltoft's New Conceptions of Jazz, Ole Morten Vågan's Motif, Siri Gjære's Cricket Club and the Ola Kvernberg Trio. He has also contributed to releases with Jon Larsen, the Atle Nymo/Frode Nymo Quartet and Jan Garbarek.
Johansen was educated on the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium, where he and fellow students established the band Urban Connection in 1996 and Come Shine (1999-2003). He also plays with a series of other bands and participates on many recordings.
With the Håvard Wiik Trio he has performed with Ole Morten Vågan, and at the Oslo Jazz Festival 2006, he played with Jon Gordon in quartet with Roger Arntzen and Asbjørn Lerheim. He has also been a regular member of Håvard Stubø Quartet."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A5kon_Mj%C3%A5set_Johansen)
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