Swedish pianist/composer Bobo Stenson produced a name for himself in the past due ’60s as you of Europe’s finest players, accompanying visiting luminaries like Gary Burton, Sonny Rollins, and Stan Getz. Underwear, his 1971 debut like a innovator, began a continuing cooperation with ECM Information along with drummer Jon Christensen. Christensen also became a member of Stenson on classes with Jan Garbarek within the ’70s and Charles Lloyd within the ’80s and ’90s, and performed in Stenson’s revamped trio alongside Anders Jormin. The Swedish Grammy-winning Reflections (1993), Battle Orphans (1998), and Serenity (2000) take full advantage of Stenson’s lyrical, flexible style as well as the players’ lengthy history of operating together. Christensen remaining the group following the Serenity tour. Stenson documented a set of albums for the Mirrors label with different ensembles, and self-titled duet recording with saxophonist Lennart Aberg in 2002 for Amigo, before time for his trio work with ECM with Goodbye in 2005. The second option set presented Paul Motian within the drummer’s seat. Stenson and Palle Danielsson co-led a music group on 2007’s Kilometers by Five for Touche Information. In 2007, Jon Fält became the Stenson trio’s long term drummer, first showing up on 2008’s Cantando. This is accompanied by Indicum in 2012.
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|Bobo Stenson Trio||2009||music: "Mindiatyr"|
|Bobo Stenson Trio||2009||Himself|
|Play Your Own Thing: A Story of Jazz in Europe||2006||Documentary||Himself|
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