Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark
Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark

Michel Petrucciani – Solo In Denmark

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Piano – Michel Petrucciani

Written by Michel Petrucciani (A1, A3), Thelonious Monk (A2, B3), Ellington (B1), Bruno Martino (B2)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Storyville Records

Original Label : Storyville Records

Recorded at The Riverboat Jazz Festival Silkeborg Church, Denmark on June 23, 1990

Engineered by Verner Kjersgaard

Produced by Christian Brorsen, Franck Avitabile

Mastered by Jørgen Vad and Ole Matthiessen

Liner Notes – Niels Christensen

Photography by Gorm Valentin (page 1), Jan Persson (pages 2, 4, 7)

Originally released in September 2022

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. P'tit Louis
  2. In A Sentimental Mood
  3. She Did It Again

Side B:

  1. Round Midnight
  2. Estate
  3. Blue Monk

       

      Reviews:

      “Solo in Denmark features French piano prodigy Michel Petrucciani in a solo recording from Silkeborg Church, 1990.

      MP was one of the most popular pianists in the 1990’s due to his extraordinary technique, his astounding musical outlook and extremely dynamic playing style. His music is simply timeless and magical, seemingly coming straight from his soul. As he is often quoted:

      “I’m not playing to your head, but to your soul. When I play, I’m like a bird flying over the landscape, and I can land anywhere.”

      Recorded on June 23, 1990, at the Riverboat Jazz Festival in Silkeborg, Denmark, this album is a tour de force that leads the listener through a series of the most iconic motifs in jazz, all of which are deconstructed and transformed by an outstanding craftsman and embellished along the way by a true master. And he also allows himself to insert unexpected twists and turns that are guaranteed to make the listener smile. Pay special attention to his small rhythmic and melodic tags, little hints for the well-trained ear. They reveal a musician who never grows complacent or takes himself too seriously.

      Here, the totality of MP’s talents are exhibited in an intimate setting, where he stuns the crowd with his inventive and blindingly rapid playing.

      The music emanating from the man simply grabs everybody’s attention. Arrangements by jazz legends like Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis gets the cheeky Petrucciani treatment with his rather audacious approach to ‘established’ jazz standards. MP had the ability to effortlessly travel through the history of jazz on his piano, fascinating his audience in the process. This church concert clearly displays why MP quickly developed into a truly exceptional member of the international jazz scene.

      For MP, joyful playing with the music was a necessity of life. He lived and breathed for the opportunity to show it his love and respect. And all we have to do is open our ears, mind and soul and accept the gems from a musical individualist, who has made an indelible impression on millions of jazz listeners around the world.

      Solo in Denmark is simply another chapter in the remarkable story of a man, who perceived himself as a servant of the music.” Jazz Blues News, August 2022

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