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  • 1All of You11:01
  • 2Quiet Yesterday08:29
  • 3Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise09:01
  • 4Blue In Green07:51
  • 5Alice in Wonderland09:03
  • 6Nature Boy05:28
  • Total Runtime50:53

Info for Quiet Yesterday

Danish bassist Mads Vinding, Italian pianist Dado Moroni and Italian / Swedish drummer Niclas Campagnol join forces to deliver an exceptional, previously unreleased live performance in the form of the brand new album Quiet Yesterday on Storyville Records on November 17, 2023.

In 2018, these three musical virtuosos united to record a live performance at the iconic Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen. This release features five standards and an original composition by Moroni titled Quiet Yesterday.

Their remarkable interplay showcases the power of jazz as a universal language and the profound connection that can be forged between artists who, despite not having worked together previously, communicate effortlessly on stage.

On this recording, Vinding, Moroni and Campagnol display a level of synergy that is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Their seamless collaboration evokes the impression of a well-seasoned trio, one that has honed their craft over several years. What makes this trio’s performance truly extraordinary is the fact that Moroni had never recorded with either Vinding or Campagnol prior to this, yet their musical chemistry is palpable, making the music sound effortless and natural. Throughout the recording, Vinding, Moroni and Campagnol communicate with an uncanny closeness, crafting music that is subtle, emotionally resonant, spontaneous and endlessly swinging.

Each member of the trio has a distinguished track record of elevating the music of others across a multitude of settings throughout their careers. Their shared commitment to pushing boundaries, avoiding clichés, and exploring new creative horizons is evident in their music. What’s most remarkable is that, despite spanning three different generations, their collective chemistry feels timeless and boundless.

Bassist Mads Vinding, born in 1948, is a prominent figure on the jazz scene. Over the years he has collaborated with an impressive roster of jazz greats, including Duke Jordan, Dexter Gordon, Enrico Pieranunzi, Toots Thielemans and many more. Pianist Dado Moroni, born in 1962, is one of Europe’s most loved pianists. He has played as sideman with just about everyone from Clark Terry to Freddie Hubbard, but today he is considered a modern European giant that among many projects plays duo with Kenny Barron and trio with Eddie Gomez and Joe LaBarbera. Drummer Niclas Campagnol, born in 1973, comes from a long musical lineage. His versatility and musicality makes him a sought after musician that has worked with Thomas Fonnesbæk, Didier Lockwood and Antonio Farao.

Quiet Yesterday is a testament to the enduring power of jazz and the boundless creativity that can emerge when three exceptional musicians come together to create music that transcends generations. But as always it is the singing bass a stunning virtuosity of Mads Vinding that shines through. This is jazz of the highest quality!

Mads Vinding, double bass
Dado Moroni, piano
Niclas Campagnol, drums

Mads Vinding
born 1948 in Copenhagen. An itinerant example of Danish Jazz in world class. One of the absolute ‘aces of bass’ with a history of more than 600 recordings behind him. Professional at age 16, house-bass player at the legendary, original Jazzclub Montmartre in Copenhagen, and the holder of an impressive list of engagements with Jazz Masters. We mention at random: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stan Getz, Gary Burton, Hank Jones, Tony Williams, Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Joanne Brackeen, Sonny Stitt, Sir Roland Hanna, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, Dollar Brand, Clark Terry, Chet Baker, Art Farmer, Woody Shaw, Benny Bailey, Dusko Goykovich, Ed Thigpen, Alvin Queen, Billy Hart, Bruno Castelucci, John Engels, Daniel Humair, Sangoma Everett, Enrico Pieranunzi, Roger Kellaway, Tete Montoliu, Horace Parlan, Fred Hersch, Martial Solal, Renée Rosnes, Gordon Beck, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Meredith d’Ambrosio, Deborah Brown, Mark Murphy, Etta Cameron, Toots Thielemans, Lee Konitz, Johnny Griffin, Sahib Shihab, Stuff Smith, Don Byas, Charlie Mariano, Ernie Wilkins, Philip Catherine, Bob Brookmeyer, Monty Alexander, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Peter Herbolzheimer, Janne Schaffer, Quincy Jones, Svend Asmussen, Istanbul Express, Thomas Clausen, Alex Riel, Kim Sjøgren, Finn Savery, The Danish Radio Big Band, etc., etc.

Mads Vinding has performed all over the world, produced several records, written film scores and is the recipient of several distinguished Jazz awards: in 1978 was awarded first prize as best soloist in the International Radio contest NORDRING. Got The Ben Webster Prize in 1982 and Palæ Jazz Prize in 1997. Awarded Launy Grøndahl’s honorary prize 2000. Winner of Jazz Special’s Readers Poll 1997 + 2000.

Received Three Grammy’s for Best Album 2000 in the Jazz and Folk category and another one for best Folk album 2003. Received the Django d’or award as “Master of Jazz” in 2007 and the Danish Musician’s Union Honorary award in 2008.

“Along with the acoustic bass, he has refined his playing on the electric bass, but what makes him an outstanding artist and a sought-after soloist, is his unique musical command and his great maturity, which 50 years of working with such outstanding Jazz musicians called upon. He has played with the majority of Jazz musicians worth playing with,, today he plays with the ones satisfying his concepts of what music ought to sound like.”

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