| Supurb classical shape jazz trio featuring bass player Lars Jonshult, pianist Niklas Bjarnehäll and drummer Mathias Dahl a dynamic ensemble with original material and surprizes. Melodious and very tight performance from this well-fit group of great artists.
Featuring Lars Jonshult, double bass
Niklas Bjarnehäll, piano
Mathias Dahl, drums
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LES3: The Zoo-ESCAPE
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Lira " `The Zoo ESCAPE´ can really stand to be played over and over again. Les3 has a potential strong enough compared with international standards. The CD emmits vitality and filigrans musical thinking - Personality is not lacking. This is an amazing unit giving the want-more feeling! The solist´s doings are splendid. The sparse playing of pianist Nilkas proposes calm afterthought but has a real bite when needed; The bass playing of Lars´ is one gigantic exclamation mark, and I mean big in all aspects; Mathias drumming is based on a great listening, building the terrific sound of the trio! "
Ljusnan " The most personal and tight together playing I find in their own compositions. In `Helt enkelt Kent` I hear echoes from great Thelonious Monk with good solo from the composer Hall and pianist Bjarnehäll and `Happy Times`is a really good ensemble playing throughout. Slow, interesting, funny, unusual, rythmical, serious and strict playing interacts with flashing alerts and exciting solos. This is a CD with enjoyable trio playing all the way through."
|3.||När GAMARNA HÄCKAR||10´36|
|4.||JAG HAR Rytmen||5´28|
|8.||EVERYTHING I Love||4´11|
|9.||Helt enkelt KENT||4´15|
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