Mads Vinding

Mads Vinding Trio


Stunt Records

THE KINGDOM (where nobody dies)

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Mads Vinding Trio

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Mads Vinding / selected discography

  • Alba Prima - Pieranunzi
  • Lover - R. Rodgers
  • The Kingdom (where nobody dies) - Pieranunzi
  • Someday my Prince will come - F. Churchill
  • My Foolish Heart - Washington/Young
  • Somewhere - Bernstein
  • New Lands - Pieranunzi
  • Autumn Song - Pieranunzi
  • September Waltz - Pieranunzi
  • Interlude no. 948 - The Trio
  • I remember Clifford - B. Golson
  • 6:06
  • 4:09
  • 7:14
  • 7:02
  • 5:42
  • 4:57
  • 3:52
  • 5:00
  • 4:34
  • 4:32
  • 3:19

Distribution in USA

Counterpoint Music
PO Box 25093
Fresno, CA 93729-5093 USA
tel 209-225-7801/800-706-8899


Modern World Class Jazz Music!

The Mads Vinding Trio with Italian pianist Enrico Pieranunzi and Danish drummer Alex Riel has recorded "The KINGDOM (where nobody dies)", released in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Japan & USA in May 1997 by Stunt Records (STUCD 19703).

The concept is modern jazz with the roots intact - from hard swinging tunes over sensitive ballads to collective improvisations.

The press wrote about this trio:

"A collaboration on equal terms between three musicians of the highest ranking European elite."

"An underlying trembling pulse keeps the improvisations floating in an uninterrupted, yet constantly varied motion. It's great!" (Boris Rabinowitsch, Politiken)

Press clips about Enrico Pieranunzi:

"Pieranunzi has astonished the international jazz critics with his playing, which in its most personal way carries on, where one of the jazz piano's greatest, Bill Evans, left off. His playing owns enblemished lyrical poetry, clear sighted melodic nerve and rhythmical punch." (Peter H. Larsen) "Pieranunzi has established himself as one of the most outstanding artists on the European jazz scene today" (Kjeld Frandsen) "He breathes new life into contemporary jazz" (Jazz Journal) "Strong - yet sensitive" (Chet Baker) "A new addition to the top-jazz piano world" (McCoy Tyner)


An itinerant example of Danish jazz in world class. One of the absolute 'aces of basses' with more than 500 recordings behind him. Professional at age 16 and house-bassplayer at the legendary, original jazzclub Montmartre, Copenhagen, and the holder of an impressive list of engagements with jazzmasters. We mention at random: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stan Getz, Gary Burton, Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, Johnny Griffin, Eddie 'lockjaw' Davis, Gerry Mulligan etc..

Mads Vinding

Mads Vinding has performed all over the world, hes produced several records, written filmscores and is recipient of several distinguished jazz-awards.

"Along with the acoustic bass, he has refined his playing on the electrical bass, but what makes Mads Vinding an outstanding artist and a sought-after soloist, is his unique musical command and his great maturity, which 25 years of working with such outstanding jazzmusicians called upon.

He’s played with the majority of jazzmusicians worth playing with, but today he only plays with the ones satisfying his concepts of what music ought to sound like."

Peter H. Larsen, Editor, Danish Radio, P2 Jazz.


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