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10-09-2015, 19:36
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Nils Økland - Kjølvatn (2015)

Artist: Nils Økland
Title Of Album: Kjølvatn
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: ECM
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / 24bit FLAC
Total Time: 49:18 min
Total Size: 116 / 539 MB
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01 Mali 04:06
02 Undergrunn 06:19
03 Drev 04:21
04 Kjølvatn 05:17
05 Puls 08:17
06 Fivreld 05:14
07 Start 03:06
08 Skugge 03:47
09 Blå harding 04:48
10 Amstel 04:07

Nils Økland: viola d’amore, hardanger fiddle, violin
Rolf–Erik Nylstrøm: saxophone
Sigbjørn Apeland: harmonium
Håkon Mørch Stene: percussion, vibraphone
Mats Eilertsen: double bass

Hard on the heels of his critically-lauded – and distortion-saturated – collaboration with rock players in Lumen Drones comes the next fine album from Norway’s Hardanger fiddle master. His new band makes a quieter but richly creative musical proposal. All the musicians are well-known in diverse contexts. Mats Eilertsen’s elegant bass has been heard on ECM recordings with Tord Gustavsen, Trygve Seim, Wolfert Brederode and Jacob Young. Håkon Stene is a Norwegian contemporary classical percussionist of distinction. Harmonium player Sigbjørn Apeland collaborated with Økland previously on Lysøen – Hommage à Ole Bul. And new music saxophonist Rolf-Erik Nylstrøm has played extensively with Frode Haltli in the trio ‘Poing’. On Kjølvatn most of the music is from Økland’s pen but each band member contributes his unique perspective to the arrangements. As Nils says: “Over the years I have moved between a wide range of genres from classical violin to Balkan folk, rock, jazz, free improvisation and Norwegian folk music. I've always composed my own material inspired by all these expressions. In early baroque music – another musical style I let myself be inspired by – it was common to have sketches as the basis for making new music. In this band we work with methods influenced by this.” Kjølvatn was recorded at the Østre Toten stone church outside Lena, in Norway’s Oppland county. The church has long been noted for its excellent acoustics, also factored into the music-making here.

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gibheid   User offline   10 September 2015 19:50

Thanks sddd.

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mondzeichen   User offline   17 September 2015 16:39

Thanks a lot, @sddd!

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