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John Lindberg Trio – Made For Rock N Roll (2011)

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John Lindberg Trio – Made For Rock N Roll (2011)

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01 Runaway Train 03:15 
02 Why Don’t You Dance 02:53 
03 Don’t Fade Away 03:42 
04 This Old Guitar 02:57 				play
05 A Young Girls Heart 03:41 
06 Living in A Dream 03:08 
07 Cruel Summer Night 03:20 
08 To the Rockabilly Beat 02:45 
09 It Takes Time 02:53 				play
10 Right Next to You 02:57 
11 Wheels of Fortune 03:29 
12 Top of the World 02:50 
13 Independence Day 03:16

John Lindberg (vocals, guitar); 
Martin Engström (double bass, background vocals); 
Joakim Dunker (drums).


A steady, sympathetic accompanist and solid soloist, bassist John Lindberg's best-known for his work in the String Trio of New York. Lindberg studied music in Ann Arbor, MI, before moving to New York in 1977. He played and recorded in the Human Arts Ensemble with Joseph Bowie and Bobo Shaw in the late '70s, and worked with Anthony Braxton from 1978 to 1985. They performed in both Europe and America. Lindberg was a founding member of the String Trio of New York in 1979, and currently remains with the ensemble. He also worked in a trio with Jimmy Lyons and Sunny Murray in 1980. Lindberg lived and worked in Paris from 1980 to 1983, leading small combos, playing solo, and working in a group led by Murray that also featured John Tchicai. Lindberg has recorded as a leader for Cecma, Black Saint, West Wind, ITM, and Sound Aspects. --- Ron Wynn, allmusic.com

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