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Libera Me

Lars Danielsson

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Album Review

This intriguing set features the compositions and bass playing of Lars Danielsson. The music is beautifully recorded, often sparse (à la ECM) and thoughtful. The instrumentation varies from track-to-track even if the mood tends to stay quiet and reflective. Soprano-saxophonist David Liebman is featured on "Libera Me," singer Caecilie Norby has a guest pop vocal on "Newborne Broken," and the Danish Radio Concert Orchestra is heard with their huge string section on a few numbers, sometimes sounding a little sleepy. Other than a few spots for Nils Petter Molvaer's introspective trumpet, most of the other solos are by bassist Danielsson. This melodic set works well as both background music and for close listening although it develops slowly.

Biography

Born: 1958 in Sweden

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

Lars Danielsson is one of the top jazz bass players in Sweden. His deeply melodic playing has provided depth to the music of an international cast of jazz players including vocalist Caecilie Norby, saxophonist Rick Margitza, guitarist John Abercrombie, trumpet player Kenny Wheeler, and percussionist Trilok Gurtu. He recorded with Lars Jansson's Trio 84 and the Eternal Now and the Lars Jansson Trio. A member of Hans Ulrik's Jazzpar 99 Combo, which featured guitarist John...
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Libera Me, Lars Danielsson
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Fusion
  • Released: 24 January 2005

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