Influential Swedish and New York jazz pianist and composer Mathias Landaeus & his House Of Approximation quintet in 9 original Landaeus compositions.
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Label: Moserobie Music
Catalog ID: MMPCD057
Squidco Product Code: 10974
Mathias Landaeus-Grand Piano, Prepared Grand Piano, Harpsichord, Electric Piano, Tape Echo, Melodica, triggered Monosynth, Pump Organ
Karl-Martin Almqvist-Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Alto Flute
Ola Bothzen-Percussion, Glockenspiel
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1. Stinky 6:23
2. Brautigan 6:28
3. Nykvist Rock 6:53
4. Don't Tell Your Friends 5:00
5. Horn Rimmed Tune 5:39
6. A Little Sucking Goes A Long Long Way 4:05
7. Start And Stop, Stop And Start 5:39
8. Goodbye Stockholm 4:14
9. Science Fiction 6:06
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"One of the burgeoning Swedish jazz musicians, pianist and composer Mathias Landaeus plays intelligent, hard hitting jazz with a dose of humor. Landaeus was born in Sweden in 1969, and was initially influenced by Bill Evans, Swedish folk music, Weather Report, and the occasional jazz musicians he saw traveling through the area. After moving to New York in 1992, he studied at the Mannes College of Music, graduating in 1995. While in college, Landaeus had the opportunity to play small jazz clubs in the city, building his chops and reputation. He assembled American bassist David Milleand, drummer Sebastian Voegler, and fellow Swede tenor saxophonist Karl-Martin Almqvist for his first album Blabete. Following the disc's release, Landaeus and his band toured Europe before moving back to Sweden and recording his second album, Darling, on the Swedish label Amigo."-Al Campbell, All Music Guide
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"Filip Augustson was born in 1973 near Jönköping in Sweden. From 1989 until 1991 he attended the music high school in Jönköping and from there he moved to Stockholm where he continued his studies at the Royal College of Music, from which he graduated in 1996. During his studies he began to work as a freelance bassist playing with many different groups including Fredrik Norén Band and Fredrik Ljungvist Quartet. Since then he has become one of the busiest bass-players on the scene and gone on to perform and record with notables such as Mattias Ståhl's Ståhls Blå, Fredrik Nordström Quartet, Karl-Martin Almqvist Quartet, Mathias Landaeus, Mats Öberg Trio and many others.Filip has performed on the stages of many venues throughout the world and has also taken part in around eighty recordings. In January 2004 Filips first CD as a leader "Ich bin Filip Augustson" was released by Moserobie Music Production. In januari 2006 the CD Box "Moserobie Jazz Manifesto" was released which also features Filip Augustson Quartet.
In 2013 Filip started his trio Viva Black, a group featuring Eva Lindal on violin and Christopher Cantillo on drums. Their first CD "Viva Black" was released 2015 and the CD recieved critical praise in Downbeat, All About Jazz and Dagens Nyheter, Sweden's biggest newspaper.
"Minsta gemensamma nämnaren" their second CD was released 2016. Orkesterjournalen, the main swedish jazzmagazine, called the group "one of the most interesting groups on the swedish jazzscene"
In 2015 Filip Augustson's Viva Black started a collaboration with the duo Gretli & Heidi. The duo play assorted glass instruments and the result of the collaboration can be heard on the album "Mal Sirine" released 2017.
Filip presently plays in such Swedish groups as Mats Öberg Trio, Velodrone, Le Jazz Cool, Monica Borrfors Quartet, Örjan Hultén-Orion, Katzen Kapell, Johan Berke Upstairs Five, Sven Berggrens ROOM 8."-Filip Augustson Website (http://www.filipaugustson.com/)
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