Review in nycjazzrecord.com

Review of December Song in the March issue of nycjazzrecord.com

“Danish guitarist Jakob Bro is a musician for whom time, space and melody seem relative and related things. A luminous composer whose guitar …

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ECM

On November 1st-3rd 2013 Jakob Bro finished the recordings of his ECM debut with Jon Christensen and Thomas Morgan.
Manfred Eicher was producing and the session was engineered by Jan Erik …

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Marlbank Review / Stephen Graham

Released by the Aarhus-based label Loveland Records this beautiful drummer-less album recorded at Avatar in New York last December is dedicated to Paul Motian. It follows on from Time and …

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December Song udspringer også af et trilogiprojekt og udgør 3. og afsluttende kapitel. Bro har de senere år dyrket en subtil jazzæstetik, hvor han har demonstreret sin eminente …

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Jazzwrap Review, October 2013

With December Song, Jakob Bro concludes a wonderful trilogy that started in 2008 with Balladerring and then Time in 2011. A beautiful and melodic tribute to one his mentors, the late …

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All About Jazz – review October 2013

December Song is the final part of a trilogy which started with Balladeering (2009) and continued with Time (2011). It started with the fivesome of Jakob Bro himself,Bill Frisell, Lee Konitz, Ben Street and the latePaul Motian. When Time was …

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Jazznyt anmeldelse

Så er tredje og sidste album udkommet i den trilogi der begyndte med albummet Balladeering. Jakob Bro startede i 2008 en betagende musikalsk rejse der nu slutter med December Song. …

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