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Celestial Nights is a post bop music album recording by HÅKAN BROSTRÖM released in 1995 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. HÅKAN BROSTRÖM - Celestial Nights. Filed under Post Bop By HÅKAN BROSTRÖM. 1 Spring 2 Wagtail I 3 Celestial Nights 4 Getting Closer 5 Possibilities 6 Pueritia 7 Dance of the Leaves 8 Wagtail II 9 Remembrance. Hakan Brostrom - Saxaphones Bobo Stenson - Piano Christian Spering - Bass Anders Kjellberg - Drums.
Celestial Nights (CD). Dragon (8). DRCD 257. Sweden. DRCD 297. Håkan Broström. Still Dreaming (CD, Album). PSCD 169. New Places (CD, Album).
Album · 1991 · 9 Songs. Dark Light Håkan Broström. Episodes from the Future and the Past (feat.
Hakan Brostrom, a veteran Swedish saxophonist, contributes 11 compositions to this CD that are often influenced a bit by John Coltrane from the Giant Steps period. However, his solos on alto and soprano are quite fresh and individual, falling into the hard bop/post-bop area. Some of Brostrom's songs have complex chord structures, while others ("Configuration," which is based on Charlie Parker's "Confirmation," and the uptempo blues "For the Lost Ones") use more basic chord changes
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Celestial Nights - Hakan Brostrom. Songs: 9. Artist: Hakan Brostrom. Songs: Hakan Brostrom - Spring 08:44. Hakan Brostrom - The Wagtail 1 04:23. Hakan Brostrom - Celestial Nights 08:49. Hakan Brostrom - Getting Closer 06:36. Hakan Brostrom - Possibilities 03:56. Hakan Brostrom - Pueritia 03:05. Hakan Brostrom - Dance of the Leaves 05:33. Hakan Brostrom - The Wagtail 04:28. Hakan Brostrom - Remembrance 11:49.
Celestial (English: Heavenly) is the third studio album by Mexican pop group RBD. It was released on November 23, 2006 in Mexico and on November 24, 2006 in the United States, and the rest of Latin America by the EMI label. The album was recorded in Los Angeles, California and Mexico City, Mexico and was produced by Carlos Lara and Armando Ávila. RBD also recorded a special version of the album for their fanbase in Brazil