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Emphasis on Jazz
  • Artist: Emphasis on Jazz
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 7331781000082
  • Item #: CDBY810000
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 5/9/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Emphasis on Jazz on CD

'Emphasis On Jazz' was the name of the group Swedish saxophone player Urban Hansson formed together with piano player Berndt Egerbladh in 1976. The group´s first LP (simply called 'Emphasis On Jazz') was released in 1977. It was the object of considerable international critical acclaim and was released in Japan under the title of 'Sengakuji', which was an allusion to a famous Tokyo temple. During the summer in 1980 the group´s second LP 'Tabaruzaka' was released. It was a reaffirmation of the group´s interest in Japanese music and culture: an adaption of Japanese folksongs. 1984, Emphasis on Jazz wanted to make it's European features stand out on the group´s third LP 'A Joy That´s Shared'. Album facts: From the LP 'Emphasis On Jazz' recorded 1976 by Dragon Records with Urban Hansson ten sax, sop sax, fl, Berndt Egerbladh pi, Bronislaw Suchanek bass, (1,3), Sergej Muchin bass (2), Egil Johansen dr (1,3), Lars Beijbom dr (2): 1. Sengakuji 7´18 / Urban Hansson 2. I Persuaded The ATOC 6´25 / Urban Hansson 3. Mr Treble Clef 2´20 / Urban Hansson From the LP 'Tabaruzaka' recorded 1980 by Four Leaf Clover Records with Urban Hansson ten sax, fl, Jan Bandel vibes, Celtic harp, percussion, Berndt Egerbladh pi, Thomas Östergren bass, Pétur Östlund dr: 4. Kuroda-Bushi 7´23 / Japanese folksong. Trad arr Urban Hansson 5. Kompira-Funefune 7´31 / Japanese folksong. Trad arr Urban Hansson 6. Kushimoto-Bushi 6´07 / Japanese folksong. Trad arr Berndt Egerbladh From the LP 'A Joy That´s Shared' recorded 1984 by Vanity Fair Records with Urban Hansson ten sax, sop sax, fl, Lars-Göran Ulander alto sax, Berndt Egerbladh pi, Olle Steinholtz bass, Pétur Östlund dr: 7. A Joy That´s Shared 6´35 / Berndt Egerbladh 8. A Song For Amy 5´28 / Berndt Egerbladh 9. Quatro Hermanas 5´35 / Urban Hansson 10. Monk Delight 3´43 / Urban Hansson Total time 58´58.