This amazing 7 piece band from Norway play sophisticated and intense jazz compositions led by three reed players including Jonas Kullhammar and Magnus Broo on trumpet.
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Label: Moserobie Music
Catalog ID: MMPCD 065
Squidco Product Code: 11442
Recorded at Nasjonal Jazzscene, Oslo January 13-14, 2009 by Erlend Slettevoll & Espen Aalberg.
Jorgen Mathisen-Tenor Sax, Clarinet
Jonas Kullhammar-Tenor Sax
Vidar Johansen-Baritone sax, Bass clarinet, Composer
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1. No. 1 12:41
2. No. 2 13:04
3. No. 3 13:36
4. No. 4 17:57
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This amazing 7 piece band from Norway play sophisticated and intense jazz compositions led by three reed players including Jonas Kullhammar, and Magnus Broo on trumpet. The pieces are four long 13+ minute compositions simply numeibered 1-4, though there's nothing simple about the orchestration and solos on this release, which take twists and turns from demanding quick paced and complex interaction to reflective and beautiful tonal work. Recommended!
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"Jørgen Mathisen (born 27 December 1984 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (saxophone and clarinet), the younger brother of Martin Mathisen (b. 1978), and known from different bands, and a series of recordings with musician like Marc Lohr, Per Zanussi, Steinar Raknes, Eirik Hegdal, Gard Nilssen, and Kjetil Møster.Career
Mathisen is a graduate of the Jazz program at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium (2004-08). He is distinguished by his powerful, expressive play and is a force for all the bands he is involved with. He was first noted in the band Shagma in 2004, and also play within The Core together with Steinar Raknes, Espen Aalberg and Erlend Slettevoll, and within Zanussi Five including Eirik Hegdal, Kjetil Møster and Gard Nilssen, among others."-Wikipeda (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%B8rgen_Mathisen)
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• Show Bio for Magnus Broo
"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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