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Bob Laine & Gösta Törner With Stan Hasselgard - Stockholm Blues 1947 album flac

Bob Laine & Gösta Törner With Stan Hasselgard - Stockholm Blues 1947 album flac Performer: Bob Laine
Title: Stockholm Blues 1947
Style: Swing
Released: 1999
MP3 album: 1549 mb
FLAC album: 1695 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Jazz

Real Name: Sten Åke Henry Hasselgård. Profile: Swedish jazz clarinetist. Hasselgård got his clarinet of his step father when he has 16 and joined Royal Swingers during high school. In 1945 he started to work for Arthur Österwall and played in Artur Österwalls Kvinett and Arthur Österwalls Orkester. In 1946 he was part of Simon Brehms Kvintett but later that year he return to finish his studies. After he had graduated in May 1947, Hasselgård left Sweden for New York to study journalism. Bob Laine & Gösta Törner With Stan Hasselgard - Stockholm Blues 1947 ‎(CD). Dragon (8). DRCD 334. Sweden. Stan Hasselgard & Benny Goodman With Wardell Gray, Teddy Wilson & Mary Lou Williams. Stan Hasselgard & Benny Goodman With Wardell Gray, Teddy Wilson & Mary Lou Williams - Swedish Pastry Vol.

Stockholm Blues 1947.

Sten Åke Henry "Stan" Hasselgård (October 4, 1922, Sundsvall, Sweden - November 23, 1948, Decatur, Illinois) was a Swedish jazz clarinetist. Hasselgård was heavily influenced by Benny Goodman, and he played swing jazz in his early years before exploring bebop shortly before his death. His father was John Levin Johansson (1886-1923), a son of Johan Ludvig Persson who later changed his name to John Hasselgård; his mother was Linda Köhler (1893-1979), a daughter of Magnus Wilhelm Köhler.

Gösta Törner & Bob Laine 2005. Swedish Jazz History, Vol. 5 (1943-1947) 2005. His name might not sound the part but Bob Laine was one of the first Swedish musicians to make it on the American jazz scene. He performed a solo act in the '30s at various New York City piano bars, among them the Stork Club and Nick's. Jazz bandleaders whose stock in trade was a conservative combination of swing and New Orleans jazz roots apparently liked to walk down this particular Laine when staffing a rhythm section

Description : May 3 1947 Åke "Stan" Hasselgård-cl, Bob Laine-p, Gösta Törner-trp, Folke E. .Juel-Trion Cupol orkestern - På en byväg om våren. Description : Juel-Trion Cupol orkestern - På en byväg om våren Inspelningsår: 1 Februari. Juel-Trion Cupol orkestern - Då kommer vinden ZIGENARVEMOD (Mustalaismelankolia), Georg Malmstén ja Cupol-orkesteri . 947. Description : Sivuillamme soi jo KOHTALO tango, mutta Jori Malmstén levytti heti sen perään. TÖSEN FRÅN SVERIGE, Georg Malmstén ja Cupol-orkesteri . Description : Seuraavana Sointu levytyksistä olisi ollut vuorossa valssi UUDENMAAN SULO NEITO. Yngve Stoor med Cupol-Orkestern - Svunnen lycka.

Stan Getz: Cool Stan in Cool Sweden, vol. 4 (Karusell KEP 305), and Anders Burman Quintet with Bengt Hallberg (Metronome MEP 260). EP albums from 1956: Bengt Hallberg (Philips 421 500 PE), and Bengt-Arne Wallin with Åke Persson . Lars Gullin Octet (Metronome MEP196), and with Gösta Theselius Orchestra (MEP200) EPs from 1956 Photo: Bengt H. Malmqvist. Lars Gullin with G. Theselius orchestra Label: Metronome MEP 201 7" EP 1956 Photo: Bengt H. Lars Gullin Quintet Label: Metronome MEP 202 7" EP 1956 Photo: Bengt H. EPs from 1957: Blues for Nalen by Egil Johansen (Sonet SXP 2510), and Jazz made in Sweden by Bertil Löfdahl (Polydor EPH-10722). EPs from 1958: Jan Andrén Trio (Oktav OKEP-165), and Around the World by Jan Alan (Sonet SXP 4004).

Gamla Stan, the Old Town, is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252. All of Gamla Stan and the adjacent island of Riddarholmen are like a living pedestrian-friendly museum full of sights, attractions, restaurants, cafés, bars, and places to shop. Gamla Stan is also popular with aficionados of handicrafts, curious, and souvenirs. There are several beautiful churches and museums in Gamla Stan, including Sweden’s national cathedral Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum. The largest of the attractions in the district is the Royal Palace, one of the largest palaces in the world with over 600 rooms. In addition to the reception rooms, there are several interesting museums in the Palace, including the Royal Armory, with royal costumes and armor.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Blues Cupol
Written-By – Bob Laine, Gösta Törner
3:10
2 Ain't Misbehavin'
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*
3:18
3 Am I Blue (-A)
Written-By – Clarke*, Akst*
3:09
4 Am I Blue (-B)
Written-By – Clarke*, Akst*
3:16
5 Always
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:43
6 For Sentimental Reasons
Written-By – Watson*, Best*
2:58
7 Am I Blue
Written-By – Clarke*, Akst*
3:18
8 Blue Skies
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:07
9 Laughing On The Outside
Written-By – Raleigh*, Wayne*
3:12
10 I Only Have Eyes For You
Written-By – Dubin*, Warren*
3:45
11 Sweet Georgia Brown
Written-By – Casey*, Pinkard*
2:29
12 Stardust
Written-By – Carmichael*, Parish*
3:13
13 Emaline
Written-By – McHugh*
2:59
14 Sunday
Written-By – Kruger*, Cohn*, Stein*, Miller*
2:22
15 Stockholm Blues
Written-By – Bob Laine
3:11
16 Lonesome Road
Written-By – Austin*, Shilkret*
2:40
17 Bä, Bä, Vita Lamm (Baa, Baa Black Sheep)
Arranged By – Bob Laine, Gösta TörnerWritten-By [Uncredited] – Alice Tegnér
3:09
18 Jam Session Cupol
Written-By – Bob Laine, Gösta Törner
3:25
19 Always
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:28
20 Someday Sweetheart
Written-By – J C Spikes*
3:00
21 I Only Have Eyes For You
Written-By – Dubin*, Warren*
3:02

Credits

  • Bass – Thore Jederby
  • Clarinet – Stan Hasselgard
  • Design – Nilla Westin, Sofia Westin
  • Drums – Bertil Frylmark
  • Guitar – Folke Eriksberg (tracks: 1 to 19)
  • Piano – Bob Laine
  • Reissue Producer, Liner Notes – Lars Westin
  • Tenor Saxophone – Carl-Henrik Norin (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Transferred By – Lars Westin
  • Transferred By, Mastered By – Rune Persson
  • Trumpet – Gösta Törner (tracks: 1 to 20)
  • Vocals – Britta Mårtensson (tracks: 6, 9, 12), Yvonne Törner (tracks: 17)

Notes

Recorded Musikaliska Akademiens konsertsal, Nybrokajen 11, Stockholm, May 3, 1947 (tracks 1 to 4), broadcast, Radiotjänst, Kungsgatan 8, Stockholm, June 7, 1947 (tracks 5 to 16), Musikaliska Akademiens konsertsal, Stockholm, June 11, 1947 (tracks 17 to 19) and June 12, 1947 (tracks 20, 21).

With a 20-page booklet with notes in English.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 391953 003341
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b