Influenced by the music of the 70's the group
presents a personal style beyond the contemporary music streams. The
group underlines their Attitude with the introducing track.
Listen to the great horn arrangement comparable with groups like Tower
of Power or Chicago. Kristian's trombone has a signature sound and his
solo is excellent. The Hammond B3 delivers additional groove and a
fantastic retro feeling.
A string composition is introducing into Fly.
The lead is taken over by the mighty brass guiding to Jens Filipson's
excellent sax and Aleks Brdaski's groovin' bass solo. The music picks
up speed with the sizzling Roll The Dice featuring Edvon Nahlin
on Fender Rhodes and a splendid Kristian Persson with an extensive
Husvalla Bygata showcases the reflective
side of the band with an atmospheric composition created by trombone,
trumpet and flute. A live performance of this track at jazz club Fasching, Stockholm, is to find on
A further feast of horns is Blow My Mind
presenting in prominent roles Jonne Bentlöv on trumpet, Jens Filipsson
on sax and of course Kristian Persson on trombone. Generation Irony
is an outrageously brilliant harmony of horns with Kristian in a
good place. When you are searching Solitude, you should visit
Sweden or just listen to Neighbourhood.
Final tune of the album is Maybe Tomorrow,
showcased in two parts. With dynamic grooves and perfectly defined
brass chords the band attracts the audience. The tracks are on average
longer than 7 minutes, enough space for solos of all members.
A new generation of horn players, the group Neighborhood
brings music shining in conception and execution. Maybe Tomorrow
is worth a listen and certainly the good morning signal for more to