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Nyberg, Joacim : Fylkingen, March 27, 2014 (Confront)

Guitarist Joacim Nyberg, also performing on double bass, bell and recorder, in a live performance in Stockholm, Sweden at Fylkingen in 2014, using "Wood, steel, air. Hands, fingers, heart" in an open-ended and ardent exposition of his interpretation of jazz.
 

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Label: Confront
Catalog ID: ccs 33
Squidco Product Code: 19779

Format: CDR
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: CD in a tin case
Recorded live at Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden on March 27, 2014


Personnel:

Joacim Nyberg-acoustic guitar, double bass, bell, recorder

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track listing:


1. Guitar I 2:22

2. Guitar II 3:08

3. Guitar III 2:20

4. Guitar IV 2:27

5. Guitar V 1:26

6. Guitar VI 3:43

7. Guitar VII 2:41

8. Double Bass 12:33

9. Bell/Recorder 3:43





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"Joacim Nyberg-acoustic guitar, double bass, bell, recorder
What can I say that hasn't already been said?
What can I play that hasn't already been played?
Is the house of Jazz still open?
Is the book of Jazz still unwritten?

My music is simple.
Wood, steel, air. Hands, fingers, heart.
Nothing new. Or is it all new?
It's Jazz, in my own way.

I'm humbled by past masters, but not held back.
This is a tribute, a move forward.
Offering my soul to the listener.
Adding something to the history,
writing my own chapter.

This is my music."-Joacim Nyberg


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