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Running by Jacob Karlzon

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Album Title: More
Label: ACT Music
Released: 2012

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In the 20 years since Swedish pianist Jacob Karlzon first came onto the scene, he's gradually established a reputation in his native country as a pianist capable of approaching a broad spectrum with touchstones including Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett and Jan Johansson. More is Karlzon's first recording for ACT, featuring bassist Hans Andersson and drummer Jonas Holgersson in a set of largely original material that also includes a couple of unusual covers, including '80s British pop star Nik Kershaw. Record Label: ACT Music

Track Listing

Running; Nilha; Dirty; Between Us; Departure; The Riddle; Fool's Gold; Here To Stay; Epiphany; Rhododendron Rites.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Jacob Karlzon: piano, keyboards, synthesizers, programming; Hans Andersson: bass; Jonas Holgersson: drums.

Reviews

  • More by Bruce Lindsay

Date featured

September 20, 2012

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