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“Listen to this album and you too, like me, will be transported to a better place.”
(5 of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – UK Vibe)
⭐️ “Throughout, the piano is fluid and charming, the bass dynamic and subtle and the drums delicate and swinging.” (Jazz Journal, UK)
⭐️ “There is an elegant and sensitive softness that comes along with a dazzling transparency and touches the heart.” (Jazzpeople, Korea)
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⭐️ “Veteran jazz enthusiasts and those newly introduced to jazz will love the Soren Bebe Trio….Superb work! (Skope Magazine, US)
⭐️ “A tone of Scandinavian melancholy that is deeply moving” (Gaffa, DK)
Søren Bebe Trio – “EVA – featuring Marc Johnson” (CD + Digital Download)$21.24 Add to cart
Søren Bebe Trio – “Home” CD (+ Download + Sheet music + Free shipping)$24.99 Add to cart
“Echoes” by Søren Bebe Trio (CD + digital download)$21.24 Add to cart
Søren Bebe Trio – “EVA – featuring Marc Johnson” – FREE CD + free digital download
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Søren Bebe Trio – “A Song for You” (CD + Digital Download)$21.24 Add to cart
Søren Bebe Trio – “From Out Here” (CD)$21.24 Add to cart
“Echoes” by Søren Bebe Trio (digital download – mp3 + 24/96 Hi-Res)$14.99 Add to cart
Søren Bebe Trio – “Home” (CD)$21.24 Add to cart
“Bebe certainly belongs to the tradition of lyrical pianists that goes from Erroll Garner and Bill Evans through Keith Jarrett. What Bebe adds to the lyrical tradition of the piano is a sense of folk-like simplicity, with mourning melodies blossoming like shy night-flowers.” (All About Jazz, US)