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Bobo Stenson

Bobo Stenson
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Bobo Stenson (born Bo Gustav Stenson, 1944 in Västerås) is a Swedish jazz pianist. He first came to attention in the mid 60s, and has been recording as a leader since 1971. Appearing on well over 100 albums, he has worked with a wide variety of jazz musicians from both Europe and the US.
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http://www.bobostenson.com
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Releases on file (12)
Bobo Stenson Trio — Contra la Indecisión Bobo Stenson Trio — Contra la Indecisión
(ECM 2582, 2018, CD)
Bobo Stenson Trio — Serenity Bobo Stenson Trio — Serenity
(ECM 1740/41, 2000, 2CD)
Bobo Stenson Trio — War Orphans Bobo Stenson Trio — War Orphans
(ECM 1604, 1998, CD)
Tomasz Stańko Septet — Litania ‎- Music of Krzysztof Komeda Tomasz Stańko Septet — Litania ‎- Music of Krzysztof Komeda
(ECM 1636, 1997, CD)
Bobo Stenson Trio — Reflections Bobo Stenson Trio — Reflections
(ECM 1516, 1996, CD)
Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson Quartet — Dansere Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson Quartet — Dansere
(ECM 1075, 1976, LP)
Fläsket Brinner — The Swedish Radio Recordings 1970-1975 Fläsket Brinner — The Swedish Radio Recordings 1970-1975
(Mellotronen 011/012/013/014, 1975/2003, 4CD)
Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson Quartet — Witchi-Tai-To Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson Quartet — Witchi-Tai-To
(ECM 1041, 1974, LP)
Fläsket Brinner — Fläsket Fläsket Brinner — Fläsket
(Polydor 018301-2, 1972/2002, CD)
Bo Hansson — Ur Trollkarlens Hatt (AKA Magician's Hat) Bo Hansson — Ur Trollkarlens Hatt (AKA Magician's Hat)
(Silence SRSCD 3615, 1972/2002, CD)
Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson / Terje Rypdal / Arild Andersen / Jon Christensen — SART Jan Garbarek / Bobo Stenson / Terje Rypdal / Arild Andersen / Jon Christensen — SART
(ECM 1015, 1971/2005, CD)
Terje Rypdal — Terje Rypdal Terje Rypdal — Terje Rypdal
(ECM 1016, 1971/1999, CD)

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