℗ 2009 Stunt Records

Old New Borrowed Blue

Magnus Hjorth Trio

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Magnus Hjorth Trio
Ballroom Steps
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Let's Face the Music and Dance
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Good Friday
Magnus Hjorth Trio
The Mistress
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Stomping at the Savoy
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Barber Rhett
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Sunday Service
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Magnus Hjorth Trio
Total Playing Time    46:38
"Four Stars ... shows an encyclopedic knowledge of jazz history, ranging from ragtime to post bop ... these are clearly musicians who enjoy playing together and this shines through in the bouncing rhythms and infectious melodies ... this ability to change style on a dime is a special characteristic of the trio, which is all the more impressive since it avoids the pitfall of reducing the musical references to pastiche ... a love letter to jazz in all its different forms ... this is definitely music made for the feet and it easily dances its way into the heart." - All About Jazz This second album from award-winning Swedish jazz pianist Magnus Hjorth and his trio was released in 2009 to rave reviews, particularly from All About Jazz which praised the young musician's encyclopedic knowledge of jazz history. The trio delves deep into the very heart of the  jazz tradition, learning, adopting and even borrowing from timeless icons Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, George Gershwin and Louis Armstrong, while adding new concepts and musical visions. The common denominator is the ubiquitous and undeniably vital keystone in all forms of real jazz, namely the blues. Hjorth, who cites Marcus Roberts as one of his main influences, has also been favourably compared to McCoy Tyner.
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