Ginmanblachmandahl - What's To Come | RECORD STORE DAY

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What's To Come
Artist: Ginmanblachmandahl
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 04/19/2024
UPC: 717101435722

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The three renowned Danish jazz artists, bassist Lennart Ginman, drummer Thomas Blachman and pianist Carsten Dahl, collectively known under the moniker Ginmanblachmandahl, are set to release their new album on Storyville Records on April 5th. Bearing the title, "What's to Come!", this record is a testament to the power of spontaneity, unpredictability, and collaboration in the realm of jazz.The combination of these three masterful musicians has resulted in yet another album that simply oozes swing, timing, dexterity, and imagination. They are simply put - some of the most visionary and innovative Danish jazz musicians and composers, and their music reflects their never-ending quest to push the boundaries of what's possible.Unlike a conventional studio recording, this album was born out of raw spontaneity and creative synergy within the trio - every note, every chord, every rhythm was created in the spur of the moment. The result is a sonic journey into the heart and essence of improvisation.What's to Come! Invites listeners into the intimate dialogue between three masterful musicians. With a nod to the luminaries who have shaped the genre-Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, Bill Evans-the trio infuses their compositions with a sense of homage and reverence, yet never shy away from boldly charting their own course. From the introspective melodies that stir the soul to the explosive bursts of energy that ignite the senses, this recording captures the full spectrum of human experience in all it's complexity and nuance.As the final notes fade into the ether, one cannot help but feel the palpable sense of anticipation lingering in the air-a promise of What's to Come!, and an invitation to join them on their ongoing odyssey of sound and expression.