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Christian Winther - Blue Function flac mp3
Christian Winther
Blue Function
Recording date:
February, 2004
Date of release:
September 7, 2004
Recording location:
New Orleans, LA
FLAC vers. size:
1405 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1316 mb
WMA vers. size:
1168 mb
Other formats
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Christian Winther ‎– Blue Function. Label: SteepleChase Productions ApS ‎– SCCD 31562. Piano – Fredrick Sanders. Recorded By – Mark Bingham. Tenor Saxophone – Christian Winther. Trombone – Vincent Gardner. 24 bit 96 KHz Recording.

Rasmus Villads Christian Ferdinand Winther (29 July 1796 – 30 December 1876), was a Danish lyric poet. He was born at Fensmark near Næstved, where his father was the vicar. He went to the University of Copenhagen in 1815, and studied theology, taking his degree in 1824.

Steeplechase SCC 31562.

Christian Winther released his debut CD Perspectives in 2001. Following his debut Winther has recorded 4 CD's on the SteepleChase label - Blue Function (2004), The Only Plan January (2006), Soul House (2008) From The Sound Up (2011) and his latest release Refuge In Sound (2016) on his own imprint, Sound Perspective Music. Winther also participated in a 3 tenor tenor jam session recording with Gregory Tardy and Wayne Escoffery on Steeplechase jam session Vol. 21 - (2006).

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CHRISTIAN WINTHER is a swing, post bop hard bop music artist. Since moving to New Orleans in 1997 Danish born saxophonist and composer Christian Winther has established himself as a in-demand saxophonist on the jazz scene through his soulful versatile sound. His four recordings on the Steeplechase label have earned him critical acclaim from many national and international jazz publications.

When he was over fifty, Winther married. Further collections of lyrics appeared in 1842, 1848, 1850, 1853, 1865 and 1872. In 1851 he, who had for most of his life been pestered by heavy debts, received a pension from the state as a poet, and for the next quarter of a century he resided mainly in Paris

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 High Ground Christian Winther Christian Winther 5:55
2 Jitterbug Waltz Fats Waller Christian Winther 9:02
3 Reflections Thelonious Monk Christian Winther 6:17
4 The Redeemer Christian Winther Christian Winther 9:31
5 Limehouse Blues Christian Winther 6:05
6 Train Song Christian Winther Christian Winther 10:26
7 When It's Sleepy Time Down South Clarence Muse / Otis Rene Christian Winther 6:04
8 Worry Later Thelonious Monk Christian Winther 7:19
9 Word of the Deacon Christian Winther Christian Winther 7:56


Mark Bingham - Engineer
Vincent Gardner - Trombone
Roland Guerin - Bass
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Clarence Muse - Composer
Otis Rene - Composer
Herlin Riley - Drums
Frederick Sanders - Piano
Fats Waller - Composer
Christian Winther - Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Nils Winther - Cover Photo, Mastering, Producer