They are coming from Denmark, Jamhunters are
Lars Fabiansen (guitar) and Peter Michael (keyboards). Smooth Jazz is
their main style and they are professionals in serving the perfect
groove. Their debut album Jamhunters (2006) was soon followed by their
Music Speaks Louder Than Words (2008). Now they are back with their
third project, Driftin' (2011). Currently only available as
digital download, the group promised a soon release date for the
The duo is joined on this album by Moussa Diallo
(bass), Klaus Menzer (drums),
Claus Suhr (percussion), Andre
Sørensen (bass), Peter Hansen
(percussion), Christina Boelskifte
(vocals), Claus Seest (vocals),
Nis Toxværd (trumpet), Hendrik Jørgensen (trumpet),
Lene Strøyer (vocals), and Frank
Senior (vocals). All songs were
composed, produced and performed by Fabiansen and Michael.
The album starts with Under The Palm Tree, which was already
released as single on May 15, 2011.With an impressive easy going
melody this tune is highly infective, and the virus is good mood.
On another Sunny Day Lars Fabiansen shines on guitar
accompanied by Peter Michael on well tempered keyboard. Savored with a
spicy reggae rhythm you know, where you are. But Jamhunters don't just
feel under obligation for light entertainment, Driftin'
delivers melodious jazz at its best.
The slow paced Once In A Lifetime features splendid singer
Christina Boelskifte. The young musician and composer debuted in
2008 with the album Ready For Love. She is an extremely popular
songstress and soloist in Denmark, especially in Copenhagen. Enjoy
your Cocktail with the relaxing music of Jamhunters. When the
fall arrives, Foggy Tuesday is the right choice, a melody with
The dynamic Gypsy Jam presents key master Peter Michael on
accordion. A highlight for every radio station. Brandy & Jazz
adds a swampy soul note to the album. Brilliant
singer/producer/songwriter Claus Seest is with his recognizable
soulful and crisp voice a constant factor in the Danish music scene.
The romantic acoustic guitar piece Winter Days captivates your
senses from start to finish. Airborne circles around a theme,
waves through cadences and finally thickens to a melody string. The
airy guitar sound of Slow Woman gives you occasion to
dream. More close to the earth is the organ driven Tah III.
Excellent the piano solo to the end of the piece.
What I'm Talkin' About is the approved sound for relaxing
moments. The final song Makin' A Change opens surprisingly a
window to the Christmas time featuring vocal duo Christina Boelskifte
& Frank Senior.
Jamhunters offers European influenced contemporary music. A fresh
alternative for the smooth jazz world.