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Antti LotjonenQuintet East ... CD
WeJazz (Finland), 2020. New Copy ... $12.99
You might know the bass of Antti Lotjonen from years back – when he was a key member of the groovy Five Corners Quintet – but his sound has changed a lot since those years, and really deepened into a much richer jazzy style! The bass is at the core of all these tunes, but it's used to shape, structure, and color the sound, but not nearly as much as a force of rhythm – only rarely hitting the tighter swing of Antti's old group, and instead allowing for plenty of fantastic interplay between the trumpet of Verneri Pohjola, tenor of Jussi Kannaste, and alto, baritone, and sopranino sax of Mikko Innanen. There's no piano at all – just the loose, open drums of Joonas Riipa – and the album intersperses a few shorter bass moments with longer group performances, on titles that include "Erzeben Strasse", "Rowan", "Le Petit Lactoire", "Pocket Yoga", "Mary Hartman Mary Hartman", and "Oblique". CD

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✨✧ Antti LotjonenQuintet East ... LP
WeJazz (Finland), 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
You might know the bass of Antti Lotjonen from years back – when he was a key member of the groovy Five Corners Quintet – but his sound has changed a lot since those years, and really deepened into a much richer jazzy style! The bass is at the core of all these tunes, but it's used to shape, structure, and color the sound, but not nearly as much as a force of rhythm – only rarely hitting the tighter swing of Antti's old group, and instead allowing for plenty of fantastic interplay between the trumpet of Verneri Pohjola, tenor of Jussi Kannaste, and alto, baritone, and sopranino sax of Mikko Innanen. There's no piano at all – just the loose, open drums of Joonas Riipa – and the album intersperses a few shorter bass moments with longer group performances, on titles that include "Erzeben Strasse", "Rowan", "Le Petit Lactoire", "Pocket Yoga", "Mary Hartman Mary Hartman", and "Oblique". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Quintet East ... CD 12.99
 
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Ilmiliekki QuartetLand Of Real Men (with bonus download) ... LP
WeJazz (Finland), 2019. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $26.99
The long-overdue return of a combo that had a huge impact on the sound of jazz on the Scandinavian scene over the past decade or two – given that its members have been involved in such important projects as Five Corners Quintet, Tuomo, Oddarang, and the Timo Lassy combo! Yet at the core, these four musicians are all very individual, and very different than some of that work – much more jazz-based, with a creative interplay between rhythm, tone, and texture – the last of which comes through especially strong in the trumpet work of Verneri Pohjola, which is completely sublime – almost with the power of a tenorist in some ways, but very tied to the structure of his instrument. Tuomo Prattala provides some really amazing textures on piano, alongside the bass of Antti Lotjonen and drums of Olavi Louhivuori – in modes that really keep things interesting throughout. The group begins with a great instrumental reading of Laurie Anderson's classic "O Superman", and other tracks include "Ravelogue", "Land Of Real Men", "Twisted Thistle", "Afterimage", and "Lonely Lonely". LP, Vinyl record album
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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ Ilmiliekki QuartetLand Of Real Men ... CD
WeJazz (Finland), 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The long-overdue return of a combo that had a huge impact on the sound of jazz on the Scandinavian scene over the past decade or two – given that its members have been involved in such important projects as Five Corners Quintet, Tuomo, Oddarang, and the Timo Lassy combo! Yet at the core, these four musicians are all very individual, and very different than some of that work – much more jazz-based, with a creative interplay between rhythm, tone, and texture – the last of which comes through especially strong in the trumpet work of Verneri Pohjola, which is completely sublime – almost with the power of a tenorist in some ways, but very tied to the structure of his instrument. Tuomo Prattala provides some really amazing textures on piano, alongside the bass of Antti Lotjonen and drums of Olavi Louhivuori – in modes that really keep things interesting throughout. The group begins with a great instrumental reading of Laurie Anderson's classic "O Superman", and other tracks include "Ravelogue", "Land Of Real Men", "Twisted Thistle", "Afterimage", and "Lonely Lonely". CD
Also available Land Of Real Men (with bonus download) ... LP 26.99
 
 
 



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