Composed By – Jan Garbarek. Engineer – Jan Erik Kongshaug. Layout – B. Wojirsch. Photography By – Franco Fontana. Producer – Manfred Eicher. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Jan Garbarek. Twelve-String Guitar, Classical Guitar – Ralph Towner. ECM Records, ECM Records. ECM 1093, 2301 093. Germany. ECM 1093, 78118-21093-2. Dis (CD, Album, RE).
Places is an album by the Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek released on the ECM label and performed by Garbarek, John Taylor, Bill Connors, and Jack DeJohnette. All compositions by Jan Garbarek. Reflections" – 15:08. Going Places" – 14:16.
More albums from Jan Garbarek: Elixir by Jan Garbarek. The Esoteric Circle by Jan Garbarek. Officium by Jan Garbarek. In Praise Of Dreams by Jan Garbarek. Othello Ballet Suite, Electronic Organ Sonata No. 1 by Jan Garbarek. I Took Up The Runes by Jan Garbarek. Legend Of The Seven Dreams by Jan Garbarek. Aftenland by Jan Garbarek. View all albums . Dis.
Dis" was my first exposure, some twenty years ago, to the music of Jan Garbarek, and in retrospect it seems to me that this was the album that gave Garbarek the focus that would later make him the great artist he has become. Before "Dis" Garbarek recorded a number of good albums; in those days he was heavily influenced by John Coltrane and seemed to seek out rather conventional venues for his (often rather derivative-sounding) performances. With "Dis" this all changed. The album spotlights a set of intricate duets with the equally renowned guitarist Ralph Towner.
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Filed under Post-Fusion Contemporary By JAN GARBAREK. A1 Vandrere 13:36 A2 Krusning 5:35 A3 Viddene 5:35 B1 Skygger 10:06 B2 Yr 5:54 B3 Dis 7:50.
JAN GARBAREK is a Jazz Rock/Fusion, Progressive Rock artist from Norway. The new format led to the drum-less "Dis" (1976), ostensibly a sax-guitar duo (GARBAREK on tenor, soprano and wood flute, Ralph TOWNER on 12-string and classical guitars), whose "Vandrere" (with wind harp), "Skygger" (with brass) and "Dis" (with wind harp) basically transposed Brian Eno's ambient music into jazz music, one of the most.