Marius Reksjø

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Marius Reksjø
Birth name Marius Julian Reksjø
Born (1973-10-03) 3 October 1973 (age 40)
Horten, Vestfold
Origin Norway
Genres Jazz
Occupations Musician
Instruments Upright bass
Labels Jazzland
Associated acts New Conception of Jazz, Jazzland Community, Cosmopolitan

Marius Julian Reksjø (born 3 October 1973 in Horten, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (upright bass), known from cooperation within Bugge Wesseltoft's Jazzland Community and the band Beady Belle with his wife Beate S. Lech.[1]

Career[edit]

Reksjø studied music at the University of Oslo, was first bassist of the group Insert Coin. He was known from collaboration within Eivind Aarset's band Electronique Noir, on whose album Light Extracts (2001) he played, and with Bugge Wesseltoft he released the albums Moving (2001) and Jazzland Community 2007. With the Bobby Hughes Combination he recorded the album Nhu Golden Era on (2002). He also appeared with the Danish rock band The Savage Rose, and the singer-songwriter Jan Eggum on the albums Deilig (1999) and 30/30 (2005).[2] He teaches bass at the "Høgskolen i Staffeldtsgate".[3]

With his wife, the singer Beate S. Lech he formed the band Beady Belle in 1999. Their debut album Home (2001), followed by the albums Cewbeagappic (2004), Closer (2005) and Belvedere (2008).[1]

Discography[edit]

Within Beady Belle
With Jan Eggum
With Bugge Wesseltoft
  • 2001: Moving (Jazzland)
  • 2007: Jazzland Community (Jazzland)
With Bobby Hughes Combination
  • 2002: Nhu Golden Era
With "Folk og Røvere"
  • 2002: Bagateller (Voices Music & Entertainment)[4]
  • 2003: Sommer Hele Året: 96-04 (Voices Music & Entertainment), compilation
With Eivind Aarset
With Beate S. Lech

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Beady Belle - Discography" (in Norwegian). Discogs.com. 
  2. ^ "Marius Reksjø - Discography" (in Norwegian). Groove.no. 
  3. ^ "Høgskolen i Staffeldtsgate - Instrumentlærere" (in Norwegian). HIS.no. 
  4. ^ "Folk og Røvere - Bagateller Review" (in Norwegian). Groove.no. 

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