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Label: ECM
Quality: FLAC 16 bits 44.1kHz
mp3 included
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Reflections Reflections 15:08    
Album only
Track length:15:08
Artist: Jan Garbarek
Performer: Jack DeJohnette drums
John Taylor organ, piano
Bill Connors guitar
Jan Garbarek saxophones
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Jan Garbarek
ISRC: DEB337711801
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Entering Entering 7:56    
Album only
Track length:7:56
Artist: Jan Garbarek
Performer: Jack DeJohnette drums
John Taylor organ, piano
Bill Connors guitar
Jan Garbarek saxophones
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Jan Garbarek
ISRC: DEB337711802
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Going Places Going Places 14:16    
Album only
Track length:14:16
Artist: Jan Garbarek
Performer: Jack DeJohnette drums
John Taylor organ, piano
Bill Connors guitar
Jan Garbarek saxophones
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Jan Garbarek
ISRC: DEB337711803
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Passing Passing 11:18    
Album only
Track length:11:18
Artist: Jan Garbarek
Performer: Jack DeJohnette drums
John Taylor organ, piano
Bill Connors guitar
Jan Garbarek saxophones
Producer: Manfred Eicher
Composer: Jan Garbarek
ISRC: DEB337711804

Jan Garbarek saxophones
Bill Connors guitar
John Taylor organ, piano
Jack DeJohnette drums

Recorded December 1977

About Jan Garbarek:

The Norwegian saxophon player, Jan Garbarek had an early breakthrough into the elite of modern jazz in the 60's, due to his extensive cooperation with Keith Jarrett. His name is listed next to the big names from the U.S. and is associated with the birth of an original european sound in jazz. His tone is clear, indipendent, ascetic and pure. “The north and nature, song and mystery” are what Garbarek calls his origins and these are his unrefutable heritage. If it wasn't for his strong inner connection with Norwegian folklore, he wouldn't be able to integrate Brasilian and Asiatic influences as convincingly as he does. That the origin of all music lies in song, is to be felt in many of his compositions, and his greatest attention lies on melody and on the clear articulation of melodious-lines, that he plays with unmistakable impressive urgency. “In my best moments I hope to give meaning to every note”. Suddenly, out of an oscillating melody, Garbarek's horn emerges, k...