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Title:
Til Vigdis
Performer:
Jan Garbarek Trio
Style:
Free Jazz
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1409 mb
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Debut album by Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek Side A: Recorded live at "Abeidsbrakka" Asker, 1. April 1967 Side B: Recorded live at Studentbyens Jazz Klubb, Oslo, 24. September 1967 Produced by Det Norske Studentersamfund. Garbarek was twenty when he made this and at the time very much inspired by the new thing over in the US; Coltrane, Shepp, Ayler and Sanders are all strong sources of inspiration, even naming the opening track after Mr. . himself, an adaptation of Coltrane's "Mr. " for Paul Chambers

Jan Garbarek Trio And Quartet - Til Vigdis (Norsk Jazzforbund (N) NJF-LP-1). Jan Garbarek, tenor sax; Per Loberg, bass; Jon Christensen, drums. Arbeidsbrakka", Asker, Norway, April 1, 1967. Frank Phipps, valve trombone; Jan Garbarek, tenor sax; Arild Andersen, bass; Jon Christensen, drums. Studentbyens Jazz Klubb", Oslo, Norway, September 24, 1967. George Russell Presents The Esoteric Circle (Flying Dutchman FD-10125). Jan Garbarek Quartet - Afric Pepperbird (ECM (G) ECM 1007). Jan Garbarek, tenor, bass sax, clarinet, flute, percussion; Terje Rypdal, guitar, bugle; Arild Andersen, bass, African thumb piano, xylophone; Jon Christensen, percussion. Arne Bendiksen Studio, Oslo, Norway, September 22 & 23, 1970.

Artist: Jan Garbarek Quartet. Album: Turning Pages: Jazz in Norway 1960 - 1970. Jan Garbarek Quartet - Skarabée Afric Pepperbird, 1971 06:16. Jan Garbarek Quartet - Mah-Jong Afric Pepperbird, 1971 01:53. Artist: Jan Garbarek Quartet.

The following is a list of notable events and releases of the year 1967 in Norwegian music. The 15th Bergen International Festival started in Bergen, Norway. The 4th Kongsberg Jazz Festival started in Kongsberg, Norway. The 7th Moldejazz started in Molde, Norway. G. Jan Garbarek Trio & Quartet. Til Vigdis (Norsk Jazzforbund). 25 – Johannes Hanssen, bandmaster, composer and teacher. 1 – John Hegre, guitarist, songwriter and sound engineer.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A "Mr. J. C."
Written-By – J. Coltrane*
18:30
B1 "Freedom Jazz Dance"
Written-By – Eddie Harris
14:15
B2 "Til Vigdis"
Written-By – J. Garbarek*
6:30

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Arne Bendiksen A/S

Credits

  • Bass – Arild Andersen (tracks: B1, B2), Per Løberg (tracks: A)
  • Cover [Design And Photo] – Jan Knutzen
  • Drums – Jon Christensen
  • Leader, Tenor Saxophone – Jan Garbarek
  • Liner Notes – Arne Schanche Andresen, Karin Krog
  • Photography By [Musicians] – Arthur Sand
  • Recorded By – Hallvard Kvåle
  • Valve Trombone – Frank Phipps (tracks: B1, B2)

Notes

Debut album by Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek
Side A: Recorded live at "Abeidsbrakka" Asker, 1. April 1967
Side B: Recorded live at Studentbyens Jazz Klubb, Oslo, 24. September 1967
Produced by Det Norske Studentersamfund


Reviews:
  • Goldendragon
Garbarek was twenty when he made this and at the time very much inspired by the new thing over in the US; Coltrane, Shepp, Ayler and Sanders are all strong sources of inspiration, even naming the opening track after Mr. J.C. himself, an adaptation of Coltrane's "Mr. P.C" for Paul Chambers. This piece exists in several versions, usually from recorded live dates in Europe or at Birdland in NYC. "Freedom jazz dance" also exists in many versions, one of which can be found on the "Miles Smiles" album with the classic quartet and of course on Eddie Harris' "The In Sound" from 1965. It shows that Garbarek was quite au courant with what was going on the wider jazz world at the time. This album is quite different from what Garbarek does these days; here he is much more intense, less preoccupied with silence and space in the music (what was to be known as the Nordic Sound on ECM releases), instead cramming in as much as can be played within the time given. Not so all the way through, the title track is a more languid piece, possibly inspired by jazz excursions into eastern sounds and vibes. Jon Christensen is on fire, particularly on the swinging "Freedom Jazz Dance".