Music for cold winter nights

Here are some of my favorite jazz albums that are just perfect during the cold, dark winter nights. Accompanied by a glass of vintage port or a smoky whisky, these create the perfect mood for a fly tying session. Enjoy!

Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now

A stunningly beautiful album with a big orchestra. Joni’s singing is incredible, and the recording and the arrangements are like honey to ears…

Bill Evans: Waltz for Debby

One of the most significant piano trio recordings of all times. A big influence to me!

Keith Jarrett: The Melody at Night, With You

Keith Jarrett recorded this in his home studio after a long period of illness. Beautiful, simple melodies played with such an intimacy and care – it’s almost as if you were let to sneak into his studio where he’s playing all alone in the middle of the night.

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Frank Langånes

That’s right. How come can you pick some of my old favorites? Well, I have made a new fly: My Precious…(see my facebook site) it will be used in Nicaragua in March, trying to catch a big tarpon..


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