Album George Russell - Electronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature
- Artwork [Textil Print] – Anna Russell
- Bass – Red Mitchell
- Design – Marit Jerstad
- Drums – Jon Christensen
- Electric Guitar – Terje Rypdal
- Engineer – Bjørnar Andresen, Göte Nilsson
- Executive-Producer – Bob Thiele
- Photography By – Owe Ahlström, Peter Lindholm
- Piano, Producer, Composed By – George Russell
- Tenor Saxophone – Jan Garbarek
- Trumpet – Manfred Schoof
Recorded live at the Sonja Henie/Niels Onstad Center For The Arts, on April 28th, 1969, at Høvikodden, near Oslo, Norway.
The electronic tapes was composed in the Electronic Music Studios (EMS) of the Swedish Radio in Stockholm.
The tapes of African vocals and lute was recorded by Cal Floyd in 1967 in Nile headquarters region of North Uganda.
Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature is a work by jazz arranger George Russell originally written in 1968 and first recorded in concert in Norway on April 28, 1969 and released on the Flying Dutchman label. The 1969 recording featured Russell with Jan Garbarek, Manfred Schoof, Terje Rypdal, Jon Christensen, and Red Mitchell and was subsequently re-released on Strata-East Records on LP in 1976, and again on the Italian Soul Note label in 1985 LP and CD. Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature - Events XI-XV - George Russell. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. From the album Electronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature USA, 1969. Composer, theorist, arranger, and pianist George Russell debuted his 14-part master composition Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved By Nature on April 28, 1969, at a concert in Norway. The ambitious, elaborate work blended bebop, free, Asian, and blues elements, as well as electronic effects, and mixed live performance with tape and vocal segments. Electronic Jazz Experimental. George Russell. Songs in album George Russell - Electronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature 1980 1980. George Russell - Events 1 - 7. George Russell - Events 8 - 14. George Russell Sextet In K. Album 1980 2 Songs. 2 tracks 52:19. Discover more music, concerts, videos, : 1971 Vinyl, Electronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature. The electronic tapes was composed in the Electronic Music Studios EMS of the Swedish Radio in Stockholm. The tapes of African vocals and lute was recorded by Cal Floyd in 1967 in Nile headquarters region of North Uganda. 他のバージョン 8件中5件目 全て見る. カタログ . Two extended avant-garde jazz workouts led by American pianist George Russell, and recorded in concert in 1969 the 1968 on the cover refers to when the pieces were written. Anxious and dynamic, with darkly psychedelic undertones. When my brain is overworked and full of numbers, this is how I relax. Includes early performances from future ECM heavyweights Terje Rypdal, Jan Garbarek and Jon Christensen. Track listing: 1. Events 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 2. Events 7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14. George Russell's Electronic Souls Loved by Nature is one of the severely underrated jazz releases from the late 1960'searly 1970's. I, personally, would put this up there with Miles Davis' Bitches Brew as far as its inventiveness and uniqueness for the time. The recording is actually from April of 1969 not released until 1971, which predates the Bitches Brew sessions by about 3 months This is a very European sounding release, due to the musicians involved in it hailing from Norway, most notably the young Jan Garbarek and Terje Rypdal. The use of tape noises and sound co