Johannes Wallmann: Love Wins (2018)

Johannes Wallmann, piano, composer; Rob Dz, spoke word, lyrics; Russ Johnson, trumpet, flugelhorn; Dennis Mitcheltree, tenor saxophone, alto flute; Dayna Stephens, EWI (3,8), baritone saxophone (1,4,5); Kenny Reichert, guitar; John Christensen, bass; Devin Drobka, drums; Sharon Clark, vocals (3); Jan Wheaton, vocals (6); Keith Borden, vocals (9)

Available directly from the Fresh Sounds record label and from iTunes and Amazon.com.

Available directly from the Fresh Sounds record label and from iTunes and Amazon.com.

Uplifting, moving, [...] a triumphant melding of genres.
— Jane Burns, Isthmus Magazine, Oct 5, 2017

Johannes Wallmann & The Sweet Minute Big Band: Always Something (2015)

Ben Knox, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone; Eric Koppa, alto saxophone, flute; Tony Barba, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Tom Gullion, tenor saxophone; Les Thimmig, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet; David Cooper, trumpet; Jamie Breiwick, trumpet; Eric Jacobson, trumpet; Russ Johnson, trumpet; Darren Sterud, trombone; Jamie Kember, trombone; Don Deal, trombone; Mike Dugan, bass trombone; Johannes Wallmann, piano, composer; Nick Moran, bass; Dave Bayles, drums

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Available from iTunesCDBaby, and Amazon.com.

Solos by Johannes Wallmann, Jamie Kember, Don Deal, Mike Dugan, and Darren Sterud

Solos by Tom Gullion, Jamie Breiwick, and Johannes Wallmann

a contemporary, innovative take on jazz’s big band tradition
— Our Lives Magazine, Sept/Oct 2015

 

Johannes Wallmann Quintet: The Town Musicians (2015)

Russ Johnson, trumpet; Gilad Hekselman, guitar; Dayna Stephens, tenor saxophone (1&4);
Johannes Wallmann, piano; Sean Conly, bass; Jeff Hirshfield, drums

Available directly from the Fresh Sounds record label and from iTunes and Amazon.com.

Available directly from the Fresh Sounds record label and from iTunes and Amazon.com.

The Town Musicians affirms Johannes Wallmann’s reputation as a remarkable pianist and composer. Here, he leads a sterling ensemble that optimizes poised improvisation, while also placing high premiums on cohesive empathy over flashy exhibitionism. His evocative compositions are brimming with melodic cogency and rhythmic pull.
— John Murph, Downbeat Magazine, October 2015

Johannes Wallmann Brasstet: The Coasts (2010)

Ralph Alessi, trumpet; Josh Roseman, trombone; Marcus Rojas, tuba; Johannes Wallmann, piano; Sean Conly, bass; Fred Kennedy, drums

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Available from iTunesCD Baby, and Amazon.com


Johannes Wallmann Quintet: Minor Prophets (2007)

Ingrid Jensen, trumpet; Geoff Countryman, tenor saxophone; Johannes Wallmann, piano; Sean Conly, bass; Jeff Hirshfield, drums

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Wallmann shines with a glowing statement of rippling inventiveness
— Bill Donaldson (Cadence Magazine) review of 2007 release Minor Prophets

Johannes Wallmann Quartet: Alphabeticity (2004)

Seamus Blake, tenor saxophone; Johannes Wallmann, piano; Martin Wind, bass; Jeff Hirshfield, drums

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Available from iTunesCD Baby, and Amazon.com