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Lars Danielsson - Liberetto III (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at April 23, 2017
Lars Danielsson - Liberetto III (2017)

Lars Danielsson - Liberetto III
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 54:13 min | 125 MB
Label: ACT Music | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2017

For Lars Danielsson, that consummate craftsman of sound on both cello and bass, the power of music resides in melody. It is the heart from which everything else develops, and his Liberetto ensemble has stayed true to this principle again in its third album. The word 'Liberetto' which Danielsson coined for the name of the group also serves well as a descriptor of his art. 'Libretto' is a reference both to Western art music which is the source of his compositions, and to their lyrical, vocal character. But also hidden in the band's name is the Latin adjective 'liber' (free). That stands for improvisation, for how individuals can take lines and shapes and adapt them, but above all it refers to Danielsson's musical understanding which acknowledges no boundaries.
Iiro Rantala, Lars Danielsson, Peter Erskine - How Long Is Now? (2016) {ACT 9823-2}

Iiro Rantala, Lars Danielsson, Peter Erskine - How Long Is Now? (2016) {ACT 9823-2}
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© 2016 ACT Music | ACT 9823-2
Jazz / Post Bop / Modern Jazz / Modern Creative / Piano Trio

"Avoid the basic concept of the jazz piano trio and make it more groovy, with simple melodies” Iiro Rantala. After the album “My Working Class Hero,” dedicated to John Lennon and “Tears for Esbjörn,” a homage to the influential Swedish pianist, “How Long Is Now?” puts the spotlight fairly and squarely back on to the Finnish pianist, composer and life-force Iiro Rantala. This new trio album with Peter Erskine (drums) and Lars Danielsson (bass) constitutes a many-faceted summing-up of a happy and resoundingly creative phase of Rantala’s life. Rantala says of the new album: “I think this is one of those ‘composition is the king’ kind of projects. The theme, the writing, the mood of the composition are the most important things.” Seven of the thirteen compositions here are by Rantala himself, three tracks by the other players in the trio, and three more are by others who, in their different ways, have helped to construct Rantala’s appealing musical personality.
Peter Erskine, Palle Danielsson & John Taylor - Time Being (1994)

Peter Erskine, Palle Danielsson & John Taylor - Time Being (1994)
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Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Fusion | Label: ECM Records, ECM 1532 | 1994 | 01:04:21

Although it is easy to stereotype Peter Erskine as a fusion drummer due to his notable work with Weather Report, in reality he is a very flexible percussionist. On his trio session for ECM, Erskine is mostly content to back his sidemen (pianist John Taylor and bassist Palle Danielsson). This CD is actually most interesting for the playing of Taylor who contributes three of the originals and plays in a style not that far from Keith Jarrett. In general the music starts out pretty quiet but builds its intensity and holds one's interest. –Scott Yanow
Lars Danielsson, Marius Neset, Morten Lund - Sun Blowing (2016)

Lars Danielsson, Marius Neset, Morten Lund - Sun Blowing (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 44:04 min | 101 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: ACT Music

Three musicians, who all make their homes in Copenhagen, met as a Trio for the very first time in a studio. That initial encounter was recorded, and this extremely fine record is the result. The instigator was Danish drummer Morten Lund. The seed was sown in a conversation with Norwegian saxophonist Marius Neset and Swedish bassist Lars Danielsson, when all three were travelling back by train to Copenhagen from Jazz Baltica in 2012. That encounter gave Lund the idea that a session like this could work. Danielsson and Lund were already familiar with each other from their work in groups led by Caecilie Norby and Ulf Wakenius.
Christof Lauer / Joachim Kuhn / Palle Danielsson / Peter Erskine - Christof Lauer (1989) {CMP}

Christof Lauer / Joachim Kuhn / Palle Danielsson / Peter Erskine - Christof Lauer (1989) {CMP}
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Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz

Christof Lauer is a German jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist, born in Melsungen, Germany, perhaps most well known in Europe where he has done projects with various musicians, such as Palle Danielsson, Carla Bley, Michel Godard, Volker Kriegel, Michel Portal, Maria Joao, Anthony Cox, Gary Husband, Alphonse Mouzon, and Peter Erskine.
Rita Marcotulli / Peter Erskine / Palle Danielsson - Trio M / E / D (2015) {Abeat}

Rita Marcotulli / Peter Erskine / Palle Danielsson - Trio M / E / D (2015) {Abeat}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

Trio M/E/D is also the album recorded by these three great musicians and friends at the close of their 2014 tour of Italy. Word had recently reached us about the untimely passing of Charlie Haden, and Palle Danielsson played a most-touching and rhapsodic tribute to his predecessor in the Keith Jarrett Quartet. Palle’s musical remembrance was the only silver lining to that dark cloud of news, and I was grateful to witness it and to know that it would be preserved for others to hear.

Lars Danielsson - Melange Bleu (2006) {ACT}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 26, 2016
Lars Danielsson - Melange Bleu (2006) {ACT}

Lars Danielsson - Melange Bleu (2006) {ACT}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Lars Danielsson ACT-debut “Libera me“ (ACTSACD 9800-2) left no doubts about his creative versatility. And yet: the bass player, cellist and composer continues to surprise. His latest ACT-release “Mélange Bleu” (ACT 9604-2) shows up a completely new dimension to this musician with enormous potential. Danielsson has surrounded himself with partners like pianist Bugge Wesseltoft, trumpeter Nils Petter Molvaer und guitarist Eivind Aarset, all of them specialists for mood music that often develops in before a backdrop of ambient inspired sounds, samples and programmed beats.

Caecilie Norby & Lars Danielsson - Just the Two of Us (2015)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 31, 2015
Caecilie Norby & Lars Danielsson - Just the Two of Us (2015)

Caecilie Norby & Lars Danielsson - Just the Two of Us (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 51:17 min | 118 MB
Genre: Vocal Jazz | Label: ACT Music

Just the Two of Us is an intimate duo album by this husband and wife pairing. Apart from songs by Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and Abbey Lincoln, the pair play their own compositions. The variety of expression that they achieve together, the sheer opulence of their musicality will amaze the listener. For many years Norby and Danielsson are a married couple but musically they went their separate paths for a long time: Norby was the pre-eminent funk and jazz singer in Denmark, until she took herself off to America, long before other Scandinavian singers followed her example.

Lars Danielsson - Liberetto II (2014)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 29, 2014
Lars Danielsson - Liberetto II (2014)

Lars Danielsson - Liberetto II (2014)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 50:11 min | 117 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: ACT Music

When soul mates and perfectly matched musicians find one another, they are well advised to stick together. "Liberetto II" by the exceptional Swedish bassist and cellist Lars Danielsson is the living proof. Three years ago he found a quartet with the former e.s.t. drummer Magnus Öström, the British guitarist John Paricelli and most of all as a new dream team duo with Armenian pianist Tigran.
Leszek Mozdzer, Lars Danielsson & Zohar Fresco - Polska (2013)

Leszek Mozdzer, Lars Danielsson & Zohar Fresco - Polska (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 59:00 min | 127 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: ACT Music

Leszek Mozdzer - already a star in his homeland, and in Europe the most important Polish jazz musician of his generation after Tomasz Stańko, the 42 year-old pianist from Danzig is the embodiment of the current journey of European jazz. "Polska" would not sound the way it does, if it had not been born in a trio with the Swedish bassist Lars Danielsson and the Israeli percussionist and singer Zohar Fresco. Unperceived here, these three have already recorded two albums in Poland that went double platinum (just like the recent "Komeda"). Now, no matter where you are, with "Polska" you can discover one of the most fascinating and extraordinary trios in the world with Leszek Mozdzer as its creative mastermind.