JazzKamikaze – Mission I. Label: Stunt Records – HMCD0037, Hitman Jazz – HMCD0037. Piano – Morten Schantz. Producer – JazzKamikaze. Recorded By, Mixed By – Kristian Thomsen. Tenor Saxophone – Marius Neset. Recorded September 26th-28th 2005.
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JazzKamikaze fairly exploded onto the music scene in 2005 by winning the Young Nordic Jazz Comets. Its first album, Mission 1 (Stunt Records/Sundance Music, 2006), featured high energy hard bop-meets-rock for the new millennium, and pianist Morten Schantz's memorable tunes were peppered with searing solos from the dual spearhead of saxophonist Marius Neset and guitarist Daniel Heloy-Davidsen.
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Vill Du Bli Munk? Artist: Jazzkamikaze. Album: Mission I, 2006. I do not own the content of this video, obviously. Play album. 10 tracks · 31 December 2004. Travelling At The Speed Of Sound. 9 tracks · 10 December 2007. The Return of Jazzkamikaze. 16 tracks · 21 March 2012. Supersonic Revolutions. 12 tracks · 15 March 2010.
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JazzKamikaze no doubt had those advising it to repeat the formula that worked so successfully on its acclaimed debut, Mission 1 (Stunt Records, 2006). Others probably urged evolution, progress, fresh sounds. The five musicians have opted to plot a flight path right down the middle on Travelling at the Speed of Sound, and they do so in some style. Pianist Morten Shantz picks up the baton, his crystalline, lean lines contrasting nicely with Neset's coarser voice. Throughout the album Schantz's playing is largely devoid of obvious jazz influences save, perhaps, for the McCoy Tyner-esque number "Oberst Eger & Oberst Sponz. For two numbers, the funky "Up to No Good and the bop-ish "Airborne, the quintet is augmented by trumpeter Matt Schulman. Schulman slips effortlessly into the JazzKamikaze groove, his playing confident and adventurous with and without the mute.