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Swedish vocalist Jeanette Lindström once prompted legendary music producer Quincy Jones to voice the portentous words: "An old soul in a young singer", and: "She really understands what jazz is all about!"
In 1995, Lindström made her major breakthrough. After being awarded the "Jazz in Sweden" prize, she recorded her debut album, Another Country, on the Caprice record label that year. This was followed in 1997 by I Saw You. In 1998 she recorded and toured with Norrbotten Big Band, led by trumpeter Tim Hagans in collaboration with pianist Kenny Werner, resulting in a CD featuring music by Kurt Weill as well as repertoire associated with Frank Sinatra, which was released in 1999. For several years, Lindström worked with pianist ...