Tracks from Whereabouts stream

Quite a few luminaries from the Danish jazz scene participate on Whereabouts, this fascinating new album on April Records from guitarist Rasmus Oppenhagen Krogh which is to be released in October, musicians from the likes of Girls in Airports and …

Published: 3 Sep 2020. Updated: 19 months.

Quite a few luminaries from the Danish jazz scene participate on Whereabouts, this fascinating new album on April Records from guitarist Rasmus Oppenhagen Krogh which is to be released in October, musicians from the likes of Girls in Airports and the Jakob Bro band are all on board. A couple of tracks are streaming on Bandcamp at the moment and I'd thoroughly recommend checking them out. There is an otherworldly nature to the album with fine, airy, lead melody lines and an open organic quality to the way each track unfolds. 'Fragments' has a sustained melancholy to it that lingers long and does an awful lot with a stripped back sound; 'For Keeps' is more rhythmic and again blessed with an astonishing melodic top line. What a find.

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Alan Broadbent returns with Trio in Motion

One of the great pianists, Alan Broadbent, returns with a new trio record this autumn. Trio in Motion finds Broadbent with his New York Notes trio of bassist Harvie S and drummer Billy Mintz. Opener 'Wonder Why,' the Nicholas Brodszky, Sammy Cahn …

Published: 2 Sep 2020. Updated: 20 months.

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One of the great pianists, Alan Broadbent, returns with a new trio record this autumn. Trio in Motion finds Broadbent with his New York Notes trio of bassist Harvie S and drummer Billy Mintz. Opener 'Wonder Why,' the Nicholas Brodszky, Sammy Cahn song covered by the likes of George Shearing in the 1950s, is streaming ahead of Savant putting out the album at the end of September. Other tracks on the standards strewn album are: I Hear You, Lennie's Pennies, Struttin' with Some Barbecue, Late Lament, Relaxin' at Camarillo, One Morning in May, I Love You, Lady Bird, Like Sonny, The Hymn and Moonstones.