Jan Garbarek Witchi Tai To

Jan Garbarek - Witchi-Tai-To - 1973  Music

Posted by andszulc at Nov. 20, 2005
Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet - Witchi-Tai-To (1973)

Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet - Witchi-Tai-To (1973)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM 1041 | Releases: 1973

Witchi-Tai-To is an album by the Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet released on the ECM label and performed by Garbarek, Stenson, Palle Danielsson, and Jon Christensen.
Jan Garbarek & Bobo Stenson Quartet - Witchi-Tai-To - ape - 1974 [ECM 1041]

Jan Garbarek & Bobo Stenson Quartet - Witchi-Tai-To [ECM 1041]
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Jan Garbarek - Dansere (2012) [3CDs] {ECM 2146/48}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 9, 2016
Jan Garbarek - Dansere (2012) [3CDs] {ECM 2146/48}

Jan Garbarek - Dansere (2012) [3CDs] {ECM 2146/48}
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Genre: Jazz

A welcome return to the ECM catalog for three of the most striking of the early recordings which Jan Garbarek made for the label in the 1970s. In different but related ways Sart (1971), Witchi-Tai-To (1973) and Dansere (1975) brought freshly intelligent and invigorating perspective to bear on questions of dynamics, group sound, interaction and swing, the relation of improvisation and abstraction to the roots of jazz, and the relevance of archetypal yet freshly inflected folk forms to contemporary music. Two ensembles are heard here – Garbarek/Stenson/Rypdal/Andersen/Christensen on the exploratory Sart, and the spirited Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet, one of the most exciting groups of the era.

Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet - Dansere (1976)  

Posted by ikaqo at Dec. 31, 2010
Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet - Dansere (1976)

Jan Garbarek-Bobo Stenson Quartet - Dansere (1976)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM 1075 | Released: 1976

Among the many stylistic twists and turns negotiated by Jan Garbarek early in his career, the subtle shift in direction from the previous, spectacular Witchi-Tai-To to Dansere was probably the most decisive. In fact, Dansere, recorded in 1975, was one of the first examples of what would come to be known as the "ECM sound," not so much for the usual crystalline recording quality but for a creeping, languidly pastoral sensibility that would become more and more prominent both in Garbarek's own work as well as in the label's releases in general.
Jan Garbarek / Egberto Gismonti / Charlie Haden - Magico-Carta De Amor (2012) [2CD] {ECM 2280/81} [Re-Up]

Jan Garbarek / Egberto Gismonti / Charlie Haden - Magico-Carta De Amor (2012) [2CD] {ECM 2280/81}
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Genre: Jazz

A fascinating set from three strong and contrasting musical personalities: Norwegian saxophonist, Brazilian guitarist-pianist, and US bassist making purposeful and creative music together on this previously unreleased live recording. “Carta de Amor” documents music captured at Munich’s Amerika Haus in April, 1981. Two years on from the much-loved albums “Magico” (ECM 1151) and “Folk Songs” (ECM 1170), the trio’s improvisational empathy and sensibilities were further honed by experiences as a touring group. Repertoire includes five pieces from Gismonti’s pen, with the title track heard in two variations, opening and closing this enthralling double album.

Jan Garbarek - Triptykon (1973) {ECM 1029}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 10, 2016
Jan Garbarek - Triptykon (1973) {ECM 1029}

Jan Garbarek - Triptykon (1973) {ECM 1029}
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Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz

Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek took several intriguing stylistic turns early in his career, none more extreme than that shown on Triptykon. While he had always shown an affinity for the work of Albert Ayler and other free jazz musicians who came of age in the '60s, his prior albums retained a more straight-ahead rhythmic drive and more than a passing nod to experimental rock and fusion. Here, he jettisoned guitarist Terje Rypdal and replaced the sometimes overly delicate percussion work of Jon Christensen with the more earthy and heavy sounding Edward Vesala. The result is an expressionist trio drawing on both free improvisation and Scandinavian folk tunes, roaring, stumbling, and reeling, evoking an aural equivalent of Edvard Munch.
Jan Garbarek & The Hilliard Ensemble - Mnemosyne (1999) [2CD's] {ECM 1700/1} [Re-Up]

Jan Garbarek & The Hilliard Ensemble - Mnemosyne (1999) [2CD's] {ECM 1700/1}
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Genre: Classical, Folk, World, Jazz

It's been six years since these same performers got together to create one of the decade's more unusual experiments in musical alchemy. Beginning with the raw materials of early music and modern jazz, the four male voices of the Hilliard Ensemble joined with jazz saxophonist Jan Garbarek to see what would happen when the proper measure of old music and new style were combined, shaped by the performers' considerable experience and collective aesthetic vision.

Jan Garbarek / Kjell Johnsen - Aftenland (1980) {ECM 1169}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 13, 2016
Jan Garbarek / Kjell Johnsen - Aftenland (1980) {ECM 1169}

Jan Garbarek / Kjell Johnsen - Aftenland (1980) {ECM 1169}
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Genre: Jazz

Jan Garbarek is, of course, one of ECM’s longest standing composers and saxophonists, yet he is first and foremost a spectacular improviser who often manages to reach farther than (I imagine) even his own expectations in touching new melodic concepts. Paired with the Spheres-like church organ of Kjell Johnsen, he plumbs the depths of spiritual and physical awareness in a way that few of his albums have since. Here more than anywhere else, he shapes reverberation into its own spiritualism, exploring every curve of his surrounding architecture, every carved piece of wood and masonry.

Jan Garbarek - Paths, Prints (1982) {ECM 1223} [Re-Up]  

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 21, 2016
Jan Garbarek - Paths, Prints (1982) {ECM 1223} [Re-Up]

Jan Garbarek - Paths, Prints (1982) {ECM 1223}
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Genre: Jazz

December of 1981 was a magical month for ECM, producing such treasures as Psalm and Opening Night. On Paths, Prints, however, Manfred Eicher raised the bar yet again in bringing together another of his unique dream teams. Jan Garbarek, Bill Frisell, Eberhard Weber, and Jon Christensen in the same studio? Engineering complexities aside, one need only have hit Record, taken a nap, and awoken to masterful results. Throughout this session, Garbarek’s sharply defined reveries prove the perfect fulcrum for Frisell’s broadly sweeping clock hands.