Esbjörn Svensson Trio were a Swedish jazz piano trio, formed in 1990, with Esbjörn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (double bass) and Magnus Öström (drums). E.S.T were renowned for their vibrant style, often playing in rock venues to young crowds. They achieved great commercial success and critical acclaim throughout Europe. Their 1999 release "From Gagarin's Point of View" started their international breakthrough, being the first E.S.T. album to be released outside of Scandinavia. Esbjörn Svensson tragically died after a diving accident in June 2008. After this, E.S.T., as a band, has come to an end. This album is a 2005 release, a fantastic jazz album. Highly recommended!
Artist: Esbjörn Svensson Trio
1. Tide of Trepidation
2. Eighty-Eight Days in My Veins
3. The Well-Wisher
4. The Unstable Table & the Infamous Fable
6. In the Tail of Her Eye
7. Letter From the Leviathan
8. A Picture of Doris Travelling With Boris
9. What Though the Way May Be Long
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