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references

reviews
in newspapers mostly
Encyklopedia of jazz musicians
biography
AMG All Music Guide
references to classic jazz
answers.com
link search
bands

Jazzin´Topzies
young big band playing
early Ellington & Henderson
Kustbandet
world renowned big band
in the early style
Royal Blue Melodians swedish flag
big band playing evergreens
and Armstrong
Rydskogen Joymakers swedish flag
swinging big band
from my home town
Harlem Jazz Camels swedish flag
8-piece Swing group playing
the authentic jazz of the 30's
Svensk Ramelorkester swedish flag
8-piece Dixieland group playing
the music of Povel Ramel
Thomas Winteler's Jazz Serenaders
The Swiss answer to Bechet and Dodds
Stockholm Classic Jazzband swedish flag
6-piece New Orleans Jazz group that made it to Carnegie Hall
Union Rhythm Kings
the best Norwegian-Swedish cooperation so far
Swedish Jazz Kings
world touring 5-piece band playing jazz from the 20's
Bent Persson Hot Five
feat. Thomas Winteler
playing early Armstrong and Bechet
Persson's Jazz swedish flag
3-piece brass plus banjo
Hot Jazz Trio
the Armstrong Prize winners of 1999
touring in Japan 2004
Bjön Hagvall duo swedish flag
Armstrong Jazz History


press photo Bent Persson
photo: Jan Perneros 2005 (load bigger 757kb 1268x1654pxl)

various

DESS swedish flag
Duke Ellington Society of Sweden
Jazzmuséet swedish flag
at Strömsholm
FKJ swedish flag
Föreningen Klassisk Jazz
media

DIG Musicswedish flag
jazz journal and website
Kreuger
a swedish industrialists
connection to jazz
Michael Steinman
JAZZ LIVES (jazz blog with videos)
redhotjazz
best early jazz site
Rob Bamberger
jazz radio station
musicians

Keith Nichols
BBC award winner for his work in keeping the heritage of vintage jazz alive
Norman Field
reed-player who gives the best explanation why
Louis Armstrong played Cornet Chop Suey in the key of F (and not Eb) on the 1926 OKeh recording
Johnnie Harper
Scottish banjoplayer who moved to Oslo (capital in former Chzechoslovakia)
Matthias Seuffert
complete reedman and arranger ranging from Johnny Dodds to Coleman Hawkins
Keith Stephen
great banjoist also playing six-string a lá Johnny St.Cyr
Björn Hagvallswedish flag
piano reeds arranger composer
Jacob Ullbergerswedish flag
guitar banjo excellente
Jens Lindgren swedish flag
central figure in Swedish jazz life
relatives

Stefan Guath
son
into computer programming

Mikael Schalin
brother-in-law
fireworks
Maj Olika
cousin
artist illustrator
Vibe Robin
cousin
artist musician composer
Günther Hansen self-portrait
Günther Hansen 1922-2013
uncle (self-portrait)

in memoriam
Gösta Hägglöf
1934-2009
Mikael Ankers
1947-2009
Åke Edenstrand
1939-2013
Olle Nyman
1942-2009
Bill Greenow
1940-2011
Kenny Davern
1935-2006
Tom Baker
1952-2001



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Stomp Off10
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