Jukka Linkola “Crossings”

Jukka Linkola “Crossings”

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Jukka Linkola
Finlandia Records (Finland) 1986
FAD 916 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(slight stains)
media : EX+/EX(some slightly noise)

This album was released in 1986 by Finnish jazz composer Jukka Linkola. It was released on the Finnish classical label, and like the 1984 work "Suomi" by Heikki Sarmanto introduced in the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION", it is an orchestral composition by jazz musicians. The long suite in four movements. It is performed by The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and features Juhani Aaltonen on tenor sax, a reed player who has written many free jazz masterpieces. It sounds for a moment like a full-fledged modern classical piece, but it is very interesting to hear the orchestrated free jazz, and the parts where Juhani Aaltonen takes the lead are arranged as only a jazz composer can do.

A1: First Part
B2: Fourth Part

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