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Jul Pa Jazzvis

CD (Item 591213) Moserobie (Sweden), 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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A sweet trio album from pianist Mathias Landaeus – based around classic Swedish Holiday tunes, but handled instrumentally – which means that you can enjoy the album all year long! The record's way different than an American jazz Christmas album – partly because of the relatively unfamiliar tunes, but also because of the gently expressive style that Landaeus brings to his readings – piano lines that are pointed, yet somewhat softly sensitive too – and guided nicely by the bass of Kristian Lind and drums of Jonas Holgersson. There's almost a Brubeck vibe in the album at times – and titles include "Ja Se Det Snoar", "Hej Tomtegtubbar", "Staffan Var En Stalledrang", "Hosianna Davids Son", and "Nu Ar Det Jul Igen".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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