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8 thoughts on “ Waltz For Vanja - Ewan Svensson Trio Featuring Antoine Hervé - Just Live To Tell The Tale (CD)

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Next Step - Ewan Svensson on AllMusic -
  2. Love Waltz by Ulrik Neumann ( - ) - arranged for Trumpet & Piano by Brian Bindner. Ulrik Neumann was a Danish guitar player, actor and composer. His tunes are well known internationally, and Mr. Neumann is remeberred for his very special way of playing them. He was a .
  3. Swedish axe god Ewan Svensson is one of those unheard-on-this-side-of-the-Atlantic guitarists whose approach to the instrument is quietly virtuostic. He was deeply influenced by the early ECM sounds made by Ralph Towner and John Abercrombie and is a contemporary of Pat Metheny, with the same lyrical sensibilities as those men, but a more.
  4. Retrospective - The Very Best Of e.s.t., a Compilation of songs by Esbjörn Svensson Trio. Released 25 September on ACT (catalog no. ACT ; CD). Genres: Jazz, Jazz Fusion.
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  7. The release of this album marks a poignant moment: the tenth anniversary of the tragic and premature death of Esbjorn Svensson on 14 June During the last ten years after the end of e.s.t. there have been constant reminders of the indelible mark which the band has left on the international jazz scene.
  8. David Swanson music CDs Dinner at Eight Vol. 5 is a composite of live performances by one of Hawaii's finest solo artist, David Swanson. From Stevie Wonder to Josh Grobin, this album contains something for music listeners who understand and appreciate the classics from the sixties until now.

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