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Silverbird Is Heading For The Sun Silverbird Is Heading For The Sun 14:03    
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Track length:14:03
Artist: Terje Rypdal
Performer: Terje Rypdal electric guitar, guitar
Sveinung Hovensjø 6 & 4 string basses
Pete Knutsen mellotron, electric piano
Odd Ulleberg French horn
Jon Christensen percussion
Mladen Gutesha conductor
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Terje Rypdal
ISRC: DEB337404501
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The Hunt The Hunt 5:22    
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Track length:5:22
Artist: Terje Rypdal
Performer: Terje Rypdal electric guitar, guitar
Sveinung Hovensjø 6 & 4 string basses
Pete Knutsen mellotron, electric piano
Odd Ulleberg French horn
Jon Christensen percussion
Mladen Gutesha conductor
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Terje Rypdal
ISRC: DEB337404502
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Whenever I Seem To Be Far Away Whenever I Seem To Be Far Away 17:39    
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Track length:17:39
Artist: Terje Rypdal
Performer: Terje Rypdal electric guitar, guitar
Sveinung Hovensjø 6 & 4 string basses
Pete Knutsen mellotron, electric piano
Odd Ulleberg French horn
Jon Christensen percussion
Mladen Gutesha conductor
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Terje Rypdal
ISRC: DEB337404503

Terje Rypdal electric guitar, guitar
Sveinung Hovensjø 6 & 4 string basses
Pete Knutsen mellotron, electric piano
Odd Ulleberg French horn
Jon Christensen percussion
Terje Rypdal
Mladen Gutesha conductor

Recorded 1974

About Terje Rypdal:

TERJE RYPDAL (pronounce TER-YUH RUEPDAHL; born 23 August 1947 in Oslo) is a Norwegian guitarist and composer, who spaces between jazz, rock, ambient and classical music. Classically trained pianist and self-thought guitarist, he studied classical music composition, and also played flute, soprano sax, ARP Strings Ensemble Synth. Terje Rypdal is 36-years veteran of the ECM Records.

TERJE RYPDAL - INTO THE ARCTIC
by Marc S. Tucker
(September 2006)

Perhaps the most overlooked guitarist in the invisible Catalogue of All Things Progressive, Terje (commonly anglicized as "Terrie" though it's properly pronounced "Ter-yuh," or so I'm informed by those hailing from the region) Rypdal is prolific and perfectly at home in the progressive alley, though chiefly ignored there. Here was a guy inescapably destined for musicianhood. His father was a devoted clarinetist and, as a child, Rypdal started out on piano, switched to trumpet, then went on to gui...