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Magnus Lindgren

Stockholm Underground - CD

  • Format: CD (erhältlich auch als Vinyl )
  • Cat No.: ACT 9846-2
  • Barcode: 614427984623
  • German Release: 25/08/2017
  • Genre: Swedish Jazz, Jazz, Funky Jazz

A re-connection with a musical icon or tradition – it is often the way something new, maybe even game-changing emerges. That was the idea in curator/ producer’s Siggi Loch’s mind when he suggested to Magnus Lindgren that he might look at re-tracing the footsteps of Herbie Mann. “Stockholm Underground” is a homage to the one of the greats of the jazz flute, and to his legendary 1969 album “Memphis Underground”, listed by Rolling Stone in 2013 in the “100 Best Jazz Albums” of all time.

CD € 17,50



A re-connection with a musical icon or tradition – it is often the way something new, maybe even game-changing emerges. That was the idea in curator/ producer’s Siggi Loch’s mind when he suggested to Magnus Lindgren that he might look at re-tracing the footsteps of Herbie Mann. “Stockholm Underground” is a homage to the one of the greats of the jazz flute, and to his legendary 1969 album “Memphis Underground”, listed by Rolling Stone in 2013 in the “100 Best Jazz Albums” of all time.The key figure in this project is evidently Magnus Lindgren, a stalwart of the Stockholm jazz scene, and known in the role he has had for many years, as a member of the Nils Landgren Funk Unit. Lindgren is not just a hugely gifted saxophonist, he is also probably the best jazz flautist in Europe. And he is offering this aspect of his artistry for the first...

line up

Magnus Lindgren / flute
Daniel Karlsson / fender rhodes
Henrik Janson / guitar
Lars DK Danielsson / electric bass
Per Lindvall / drums

Eric Bibb / guitar & vocals
Till Brönner / trumpet
Nils Landgren / trombone
Ida Sand / vocals


Recording Information

Produced by Nils Landgren & Siggi Loch
Curated by Siggi Loch


Recorded by Pelle Gunnerferfeldt at Ingrid Studios,
Stockholm, March 8 – 10, 2017
Mixed and mastered by Klaus Scheuermann


Cover art by Jan Håfström, Mr. Walker
sculpture at Stockholm central station, photo by Mikael Silkeberg