Monday, August 23, 2010

Uncle Urri Extended, Mosebacke, Södra Teatern and Berglund, Kullhammar & Bergman Trio

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Fellow reformers!

A lot has been going on. The plans for the Jerry Garcia celebration is in the making. Reform will play in Gothenburg on September 25 and in Stockhol on October 2.

While waiting for all the material from the rehearsals and from the Backstage Festival, which was a success, I'll give you some other things to enjoy. Among those one complete song from the soon to be released album by Berglund, Kullhammar & Bergman Trio.

To begin with I present you with a previously unreleased version of The Uncle Urri Suite.


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Wasa Exprextra with Gunhild Carling from Mosebacke on July 25 2010.


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Wasa Exprextra performs Mr Clean by Freddie Hubbard at Södra Teatern on June 2 2010.


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Electrizoped with BKB Trio recorded on July 18 2010.


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A long report from the Backstage Festival will follow when I present the first video with the Mountain Men from the event. Until then...

Take care and enjoy the music!
Jesper

Friday, August 13, 2010

Dream Angel by Leandra Ramm (Pop Artist from New York City (NY))



The superb vocalist Leandra Ramm releases her fabulous debut single, “Dream Angel,” that creatively intermingles the genres of Pop and Classical music. What happens when you take these genres and put them together with a magnificent singer? A song that is truly innovating and stylish. There are two versions of “Dream Angel” and both are equally impressive. Taking the musical composition from Bach’s Prelude in C Major and writing an original vocal line gives inspiration to Ramm as she performs with a rich and exquisite vocal range. Her strong opera voice surges with a highly polishes style and grace. Now take this single as a remix and the end result is wonderful. You can hear the vibrant beats with electrifying pulses as Ramm takes her song and spins it into a terrific modern Pop version. If you’re a fan of Pop and Classical music, then the single, “Dream Angel,” will surprise and amaze you as Ramm proves to be a powerful vocalist in either style of music.

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Friday, August 6, 2010

Backstage Festival IV

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Hi there!

The gig at Mosebacke became a very appreciated circus act conducted by Gunhild Carling.

Tomorrow it's time for the fourth Bacsktage Festival. Anders, Peter and me have rehearsed and we are going to perform as the Mountain Men. We are going to play five songs:

It's late (Bergman, Bergman, Åkerberg)
Lady With a Fan (Grateful Dead)
Shy Away from the Higher Tension (Henningsson)
Divine (Kemppainen)
Nuclear War (Bergman, Nyhlin)

The third song is a cover from Ulf Henningsson's new album, Whatsoever, which was recorded in July.

The fourth song is written by Jukka Kemppainen. I don't know how, but it ended up with Jörgen Löf and me in the late nineties. We made a recording and then nothing further happened. A couple of days ago it surfaced when I was looking through some old stuff and when I listened to it I realized what a great song it is. Thank you Jukka Kemppainen! (Who is also a very good guitarist).

The fifth song has been with me since the early nineties. A guy named Petter Nyhlin and me used to jam together at my parents house. Petter and me made many songs and then we, unfortunately, lost contact. We saw each other once in Stockholm but the creative magic was gone. During the nineties Petter had a very good group called The Smash Hit Wonders. Hope he is ok wherever he is and whatever he is doing!

Take care!
Jesper