For Listeners Only released
13 January 2017: Today sees the reissue by Fog Arts of Jan Lundgren Trio’s For Listeners Only on all major digital platforms worldwide for streaming and downloading. The album consists of eight original compositions by Lundgren, plus a ninth by the Trio’s bassist, Mattias Svensson. Rasmus Kihlberg is on drums. For Listeners Only was recorded at Copenhagen’s Sun Studio in December 2000, and was originally released by Sittel in the spring of 2001 on the same day as Jan Lundgren Trio Plays The Music Of Victor Young (reissued by Fog Arts on 23 September 2016).
29 November 2016: Watch the video teaser for Silent Nights, Fog Arts’ mini-album reissue (on 25 November) from Ray Aichinger and Mattias Nilsson.
Silent Nights now out
25 November 2016: Silent Nights, the 2015 Christmas-inspired mini-album by Austrian saxophonist Ray Aichinger and Swedish pianist Mattias Nilsson, is now available on all good digital platforms worldwide. The seven-song reissue comes with a brand new composition by Nilsson and Aichinger called Blue December, which has been taken from their follow-up collaboration for the 2016 festive season, Peaceful In Dreams. The duo’s new album will be released in early December by European Jazz Records in CD format only.
Lundgren reissues discussed
15 November 2016: There’s a new podcast discussion with Tennessee-based Anton Garcia-Fernandez, publisher of the Jazz Flashes and The Vintage Bandstand blogs, about Fog Arts’ first three Jan Lundgren digital reissues: Jan Lundgren Trio Plays The Music Of Victor Young: Jan Lundgren Trio Plays The Music Of Jule Styne; and Something To Live For.