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Album Review

Jeanette Lindstrom has a haunting voice and a style that at times crosses over into folk music, although she retains her connections with jazz phrasing. For In the Middle of This Riddle, she wrote all of the music (other than the lyrics of "When Things Get Real") and, although there are occasional solos from her sidemen (with trumpeter Staffan Svensson making the biggest impression during his spots), the focus is mostly on her singing. This is an atmospheric set that grows in interest with repeated listenings. The lyrics are worth listening to closely.

Biography

Born: 1971 in Sweden

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jeanette Lindström was born and raised in Sweden, but there have been times when her phrasing might lead those who haven't seen her picture to think she could be African-American, although one would have been unlikely to make that mistake if they'd heard her singing jazz in Swedish with bassist Anders Jormin. African-American singers have clearly had a great impact on Lindström, whose impressionistic approach brings to mind Dianne Reeves and Abbey Lincoln, and whose Caprice CDs are best described...
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In the Middle of This Riddle, Jeanette Lindström
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Jazz
  • Released: 11 May 2005

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