Jeanette Lindström was created and raised in Sweden, but there were occasions when her phrasing may lead those that haven’t seen her picture to believe she could possibly be African-American, although you might have been improbable to create that mistake if they’d heard her performing jazz in Swedish with bassist Anders Jormin. African-American performers have clearly got a great effect on Lindström, whose impressionistic strategy brings to brain Dianne Reeves and Abbey Lincoln, and whose Caprice CDs are greatest referred to as post-bop with R&B overtones. Delivered in ?-stersund, Sweden, a couple of hours north of Stockholm, Lindström researched on the College or university of Lund and gained a degree through the Royal Music Academy of Stockholm when she was 23 in 1995. After appealing to attention in the Swedish jazz picture, where she sang with from big rings to even more experimental groupings, Lindström visited Copenhagen in neighboring Denmark in 1995 to record her debut record, A DIFFERENT COUNTRY, for Caprice. The next season, she was noted in more of the avant-garde placing when Jormin highlighted her prominently on his Dragon time, Once. While that disk found Lindström performing in both British and Swedish, she trapped to British on A DIFFERENT COUNTRY and her similarly appealing sophomore work, I Noticed You (1997).