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Live at Belleville

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Independency Part 1; Independency Part 2; Independency Part 3; Independency Part 4; Prelude to a Kiss; Outhouse; Dreamhorse.

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Arild Andersen: Live at Belleville

Read "Live at Belleville" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

More than forty years ago, Norwegian bassist, Arild Andersen joined saxophonist Jan Garbarek and the late Finnish drummer Edward Vesala to record the groundbreaking Triptykon (ECM 1972), one of these musicians' most energized work. It's a happy coincidence that the new millennium has seen both Garbarek and Andersen--ECM artists, both--create what may be their individual masterpieces--Live ...

Live at Belleville

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 1.Indipendency Part 1 - 11:18; 2. Indipendency Part 2 - 11:23; 3. Indipendency Part 3 - 11:23; 4. Indipendency Part 4 - 10:10; 5. Prelude to a Kiss - 07:24; 6. Outhouse - 10:02; 7. Dreamhorse - 08:48. Tutte le composizioni sono di Arild Andersen tranne "Prelude to a Kiss” di Duke Ellington.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Arild Andersen: Live at Belleville

Read "Live at Belleville" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Colto dal vivo nell'omonimo club di Oslo, Live at Belleville è il coronamento di un tour europeo iniziato a Uppsala, in Svezia, da questo nuovo trio del contrabbassista norvegese Arild Andersen. Cambio deciso di direzione rispetto al precedente raffinato ed orchestrale Electra che segna il ritorno a una formazione asciutta e rigorosa, di stampo più jazzistico. ...

Live At Belleville

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Independency Part 1; Independency Part 2; Independency Part 3; Independency Part 4; Prelude to a Kiss; Outhouse; Dreamhorse.

Live at Belleville

Label: ECM
Released: 2008

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Arild Andersen: Live at Belleville

Read "Live at Belleville" reviewed by John Kelman

The general international perception of Norway's jazz scene as “Nordic Cool," is, like most generalizations, inevitably distanced from truth. Atomic, The Core and Motif may possess no shortage of heat, but ECM has undeniably helped define that unmistakable Norwegian aesthetic. One of the “big four," brought to international attention in the early 1970s alongside guitarist Terje ...


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