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Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg - Jan Allan-70 flac album

Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg - Jan Allan-70 flac album

Performer: Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg
Title: Jan Allan-70
Duration: 42:08
Relesed: 1998
Recording date: December 19, 1968 - September 25, 1969
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 535
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Allan is featured with a Swedish orchestra that plays six originals (three by Nils Lindberg) and includes on various selections altoist Arne Domnérus, pianist Bobo Stenson, guitarist Rene Gustafsson, and bassist Palle Danielsson in the personnel. The music is tonal and generally swinging but unpredictable in spots, challenging Allan to play at his best.

Jan Allan ‎– Jan Allan-70. Label: Phono Suecia ‎– PSCD 130. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Jan Allan-70 ‎(LP, Album, RE). Four Leaf Records.

Jan Allan, Nils Lindberg. Phono Suecia PSCD 130. CD.

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Jan Bertil Allan (born 7 November 1934 in Falun) is a Swedish jazz trumpeter and composer. He is the winner of a Grammis Award, the Swedish equivalent of the Grammys. He has also composed for several films such as The Adventures of Picasso (1978), Sopor (1981) and Trollkarlen (1999). Allan began his career in 1951 as a pianist; after moving to Stockholm, he changed to the trumpet as his main instrument. At this time he played in Carl-Henrik Norin's orchestra.

Jan Bertil Allan (born November 7, 1934 in Falun) is a Swedish jazz trumpeter and composer. From 1968 to 1975 he was a member of the Swedish Radio Jazz Group. His album Jan Allan -70, which featured Rolf Ericson, Nils Lindberg, Bobo Stenson, Jon Christensen, and Rune Gustafson, won a Grammis Award for Jazz of the Year in 1970. Allan played with the same group and Georg Riedel on the trio-album Sweet And Loverly. His 1998 album Software stands in strong affinity with the West Coast Jazz of Gerry Mulligan and Stan Getz. Allan, Jan Filmography.

His album Jan Allan -70, which featured Rolf Ericson, Nils Lindberg, Bobo Stenson, Jon Christensen, and Rune Gustafsson, won a Grammis Award for Jazz of the Year in 1970.

Jan Allan-70, Jan Allan/Nils Lindberg (1998). Some Aspects of Water, Geri Allen (Storyville, 1996). Togetherness, Anouar Brahem (Dominique, 2012). Al Cohn and Zoot Sims, Al Cohn/Zoot Sims (1982). Collaborations, Marilyn Crispell (2009). Capricer Med, Eric Ericson/Orphei Draengar (1999). Stockholm 1965, Bill Evans (2007).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Polska With Trumpet Nils Lindberg Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 10:46
2 Debalira Palle Danielsson Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 6:33
3 Ballad for Trumpet Nils Lindberg Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 4:18
4 Rapid Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 8:18
5 Odin's Eye Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 4:21
6 Rolf Billberg in Memoriam Nils Lindberg Jan Allan / Nils Lindberg 7:52

Credits

Lennart Åberg - Flute, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Jan Allan - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Lennart Axelsson - Trumpet
Jon Christensen - Drums
Rupert Clemendore - Percussion
Palle Danielsson - Composer, Double Bass
Arne Domnérus - Sax (Alto)
Roman Dylag - Double Bass
Håkan Elmquist - Producer
Rolf Ericson - Trumpet
Rune Gustafsson - Guitar
Gunnar Holmberg - Cover Photo, Photography
Ole Holmquist - Trombone
Egil "Bop" Johansen - Drums
Jörgen Johansson - Trombone
Nils Lindberg - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Bertil Lövgren - Trumpet
Erik Nilsson - Sax (Baritone)
Claes Persson - Digital Mastering, Mastering
Rune Persson - Engineer
Weine Renliden - Trumpet
Claes Rosendahl - Flute, Sax (Tenor)
Bernt Rosengren - Sax (Tenor)
Bobo Stenson - Piano
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