Borge Fredriksson was an underexposed tenor saxophonist who was simply dynamic in Sweden in the ’50s and ’60s. Although his complicated, abstract design of post-bop didn’t provide him much industrial achievement during his life time, Fredriksson’s music stayed uncovered by Scandinavian jazz players lengthy after his loss of life. Fredriksson recorded only 1 album being a head, 1966’s Intervall, and in nov 1968, he dedicated suicide at age 31. After Fredriksson’s loss of life, sheet music of his compositions visited pianist Bobo Stenson, who was simply dealing with Fredriksson since 1963 and is at the tempo portion of Fredriksson’s last group, along with bassist Palle Danielsson and drummer Fredrik Noren. In 1994, that tempo section teamed up with tenor saxophonist Joakim Milder (delivered in 1965, Sweden) and documented an record of Fredriksson’s compositions, Sister Maj’s Blouse, for the Mirrors label. After that, in 1997 and 1998, Milder became a member of pushes with Stenson, Danielsson, and Noren once more and documented Epilogue, another Mirrors discharge concentrating on Fredriksson’s compositions.