Swedish tenor saxophonist Stefan Isaksson can be an expressive hard bop/post-bop musician such as Wayne Shorter, John Coltrane, and George Coleman. While Isaksson isn’t popular in america, he’s well reputed in Scandinavian jazz circles and provides played with a few of Sweden’s best jazzmen. Blessed in Sweden in 1956, Isaksson is at his early twenties when, in the past due ’70s, he was employed to try out bop in the best music group of drummer Fredrik Norén. In 1982, he became a member of vocalist Monica Borfors’ quintet, and he remained with her on the part-time basis until 1993. Borfors’ quintet was barely Isaksson’s just gig in the ’80s; that 10 years also discovered him being presented like a sideman in the air Jazz Group (an clothing led by American arranger George Russell) aswell as the best music group of fellow tenor Bernt Rosengren and different organizations led by pianist Per-Henrik Wallin. In 1986, Isaksson became a member of Sweden’s Modern Bebop Quintet — whose people possess included pianist Ake Johansson and trumpeter Bosse Broberg — and he was still using that group in early 2000. Isaksson (who shaped his personal quartet in 1983) got an opportunity to record like a innovator when he offered Three Pads for Phono Suecia in 1997.