Vocalist Lina Nyberg in a quintet with David Stackenas (guitar), Cecilia Persson (piano), Josef Kallerdahl (bass) & Peter Danemo (drums), singing original works plus one by poet Coleman Barks, and Paul Simon's "So Long Frank Lloyd Wright".
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Label: Moserobie Music
Catalog ID: MMPCD076
Squidco Product Code: 15703
Recorded January and February 2011 by Janne Hansson at Atlantis Studio. Additional recording by Mikael Herrstrom.
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"Has toured as soloist and with many different groups in Europe, the USA, Japan and the Middle East. In 2000 David released critics´ acclaimed CD the guitar on swedish label Häpna and has since then released bow on Kning-Disk (2006) and Separator on Found You Recordings (2009). Also plays with LabField (w/ Ingar Zach), SEVAL, Les Sons Du Nuage, Lina Nyberg Band and the New Songs (w/ Sofia Jernberg a.o) and has participated as musician and made music for many different theatre- and dance pieces. Through the years he has played with, among many others: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Lina Nyberg, Sofia Jernberg, Rhodri Davies, Paul Lovens, Axel Dörner, Sten Sandell, Thurston Moore, Mazen Kerbaj, Christine Abdelnour, Ken Vandermark, Paal Nilssen-Love, Cecilia Persson, Jim O' Rourke, Tatsuya Nakatani."-Ballrogg Website (http://www.ballrogg.no/bio.html)
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1. Ditte 4:55
2. Caetano 6:21
3. Adrenalina 3:01
4. Federico Garcia 6:42
5. Aliisa 6:35
6. Claude 5:03
7. Paul 4:47
8. So long Frank Lloyd Wright 4:31
9. Ingrid 4:57
10. Jelâluddîn 5:29
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Jazz vocalist Lina Nyberg in a quintet with guitarist David Stackenas, pianist Cecilia Persson, bassist Josef Kallerdahl, and drummer Peter Danemo, plus guests, singing original works plus one by poet Coleman Barks, and Paul Simon's "So Long Frank Lloyd Wright".
"Lina Nyberg was born in Stockholm in 1970 and raised in an artistic home. She discovered jazz at age 14 and at 18 years of age Lina began singing with Swedish jazz stars such as Bernt Rosengren, Nisse Sandström, Fredrik Norén Band and others. In 1990 Lina built her own first constellation "Lina Nyberg Kvintett" consisting of Per "Texas" Johansson, Esbjörn Svensson, Dan Berglund, and Mikel Ulfberg. In 1993 her first CD was released CLOSE (Prophone records). A duo recording with late pianist Esbjörn Svensson. An instant success and Swedish jazz classic. Over the years Lina Nyberg has collaborated with various jazz musicians such as John Taylor, Anders Jormin, Marilyn Crispell and Rigmor Gustafsson. She has toured in Scandinavia, parts of Europe, Vietnam, Canada, Japan and Brazil. Lina Nyberg is one of Sweden's most creative and interesting jazz singers. For 20 years she has been attracting consistent and widespread attention, mostly in Scandinavia, but also in other parts of the world."-All About Jazz
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