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Bassist John Lindberg is best known for his associations with the String Trio of New York and for a time with Anthony Braxton, but, as witness this stimulating set, he also has the potential to be a major bandleader and composer. Lindberg performs three of his originals (including the 20-minute "Dresden Moods") as part of an 11-piece group also including such notables as trumpeters Hugh Ragin and Mike Mossman, trombonist Ray Anderson, and the reeds of Marty Ehrlich and J.D. Parran, among others. The music is coherent yet unpredictable, a little reminiscent of Charles Mingus, yet different and never dull. Well worth checking out by open-eared listeners.


Born: 16 March 1959 in Royal Oak, MI

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A steady, sympathetic accompanist and solid soloist, bassist John Lindberg's best-known for his work in the String Trio of New York. Lindberg studied music in Ann Arbor, MI, before moving to New York in 1977. He played and recorded in the Human Arts Ensemble with Joseph Bowie and Bobo Shaw in the late '70s, and worked with Anthony Braxton from 1978 to 1985. They performed in both Europe and America. Lindberg was a founding member of the String Trio of New York in 1979, and currently remains with...
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