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Album Review

This CD by the Charles Lloyd Quartet avoids fitting into any of the stereotypes that one might have about ECM's recordings. Pianist Bobo Stenson has carved his own identity out of the styles of Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, drummer Billy Hart is stimulating in support and Anders Jormin provides a walking bass on many of the tracks; a rarity for ECM sessions. As one might expect, the main focus is on Charles Lloyd whose playing during the past decade has been some of the finest of his career. He mostly sticks to tenor (just playing flute on "Little Peace" and Chinese oboe on the very brief "Milarepa"), and although traces of John Coltrane's sound will always be in his tone, Lloyd comes up with quite a few original ideas. He is best on "Thelonious Theonlyus" (which has a slight calypso feel to it), the episodic "Cape to Cairo Suite" (a tribute to Nelson Mandela), a long tenor/drums duet on "All My Relations" (which is a mix between "Chasin' the 'Trane" and "Bessie's Blues") and the brooding spiritual "Hymne to the Mother." A strong effort.


Born: 07 September 1957 in Jönköping, Sweden

Genre: Jazz

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

Sweden's Anders Jormin is a progressive bassist with a bent toward atmospheric classical and folk-influenced jazz. Born in Jönköping, Sweden in 1957, Jormin was first introduced to music via his jazz musician father, who helped him (and his brother, percussionist Christian Jormin) learn standards at a young age. Later, Jormin studied classical piano and bass at the University of Gothenburg, where he graduated in 1979. Also during the '70s, Jormin found work performing with such established acts as...
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All My Relations, Anders Jormin
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  • 10,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Jul 1994

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