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Palle Danielsson

Palle Danielsson (born October 15, 1946) is a Swedish jazz double bassist born in Stockholm, Sweden, perhaps most notable for his work done with Keith Jarrett from 1974 to 1979, becoming a member of his European quartet for that period.
Danielsson's childhood was an especially musical one, his first instrument was the harmonica which he started playing at the age of two. By age eight he was playing violin, which he continued to play and study for roughly five years. Around this time he became interested in jazz music and started to play the double bass. By the time he was fifteen, Danielsson was playing professionally. Having studied at the Stockholm Royal Academy of Music (1962-1966), he began to play with well known Scandinavian m...

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Max Schultz

Max Schultz started to play guitar at the age of 10 after attending a Jimi Hendrix concert. A year later he got his first electric guitar and he soon started the band Rena VŠtskor with friends from school. They gigged in small clubs in and around Stockholm and Swedish Televison made a film about the band in 1979.

A year later Max played guitar in Jah-maica, a reggae band founded by singer Ron Simmons. The same year he met bass player Christian Paulin and joined his group Mynta. Max worked with them for seven years, recording three albums with them: Havanna Club in 1983, Short Conversation in 1985 and Indian Time in 1988. During that period the band played a lot of live gigs all over Scandinavia and at international ...

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Joakim Milder

Chris Montgomery