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8 thoughts on “ Gunnar Bergsten - The Good Life (CD, Album)

  1. When this CD was recorded in Stockholm in early , the baritonist had been highly regarded in Scandinavian jazz circles but remained unknown to most jazz enthusiasts in the U.S. Somewhere 's overall excellence indicated that he was someone Americans should get to know. FEEDBACK.
  2. The Good Life (Gunnar Bergsten-album) Hoppa till navigering Hoppa till sök. The Good Life: Studioalbum av Gunnar Bergsten; Utgivning: Inspelat: 21–22 juni Genre: Jazz: Längd: Skivbolag: Arietta: Gunnar Bergsten-kronologi; The Good Life () Somewhere () The Good Life är ett musikalbum från med den svenske.
  3. Gunnar Bergsten: The Good Life: CD: ADCD Sweet Jazz Trio: Soft Sound from a Blue Cornet: CD: ADCD Bernt Rosengren Octet: Bernt Rosengren Octet Plays a Jazzversion of Porgy & Bess: CD: ADCD 73 1 4: Myrra Malmberg: Unexpected - Myrra Malmberg Sings Andrew Lloyd Webber: CD: ADCD Gunnar Bergsten.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Good Life - Gunnar Bergsten on AllMusic - - A cool-toned baritone saxophonist whose sound 5/
  5. Gunnar Bergsten, born March 26, in Lidköping, died February 6, in Stockholm, was a Swedish baritone saxophonist. Bergsten received numerous awards, including several Grammy awards in his collaborations with other musicians. For the album The Good Life, he .
  6. On the album, Bo plays Hammond organ, electric guitar, (very early use of) the moog synthesizer, and bass and is joined by Rune Carlsson on drums, Sten Bergman on flute, and Gunnar Bergsten on saxophone. The music is largely spacey and reflective, but there are some occasionally heavier sections where slightly distorted electric guitar is used.
  7. A Good Day for Saxes, an album by Gunnar Bergsten, Lennart Andersson on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Acoustic jazz has had a surplus of George Gershwin tributes over the years -- some of them quite memorable, some of them pretty routine. One of the most memorable examples of a jazzman embracing Gershwin's music in the s was this date by veteran tenor saxophonist Bernt terdinninayamoogunris.xyzinfog an all-Scandinavian octet that includes Gunnar Bergsten on baritone sax, .

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