8 May 2011

BENGT ERNRYD QUARTET "1964-65" (DRAGON)






Since discovering "Ballade an der Ruhr" I've felt in love with Ernryd's trumpet.

> http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com/2010/12/wallgren-ernryd-niebergall-sjokvist.html

Enjoy!




BENGT ERNRYD QUARTET "1964-65"


Bengt Ernryd, trumpet
Jan Wallgren, piano (3), Percussion (1,2), Vibes (2)
Gösta Wälivaara, bass
Jan Carlsson, drums


1. Meditation And Motion 13:46
2. Parallel Movements 07:11
3. At The End Of The Day 17:35


Recorded in Stockholm, September 1964 (track 1 & 2), April 1965 (track 3).


DRAGON DRLP 1

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13 comments:

onxidlib said...
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matt w said...

This is a lovely gem, and I'd never heard any of the players before (or heard of them, except Wallgren). Thank you for the post!

Oax of Joxfield said...

Jan Karlsson (yes, correctly with a K) later became famous as a member of the legendary organ/drums duo Hansson & Karlsson who wrote "Tax Free", a tune Jimi Hendrix picked up for his live sets (and also heard on numerous live albums) after jamming with the guys in Stockholm.

matt w said...

Looks like Ernryd has written the music for a lot of movies, including "I Am Curious (Blue)" and "The New Land" -- one of which I've seen.

Frédito said...

Following the Ernryd thread...

Thank you

corvimax said...

I discovered Ernryd from this blog and will get anything from him, many thanks

Frédito said...

An enthralling beauty. Thanks again

onxidlib said...
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Benedrin said...

Hi, can this please be reupped? Thanks in advance.

onxidlib said...

Yes I will do an upload soon.

onxidlib said...

1fichier

Benedrin said...

A great many thanks Onxidlib, I appreciate very much. Have a good day.

yrrechnod said...

a real discover for me, never heard about this musician before.
Particularly interesting is the last piece that is totally inspired by the process of interpretation in North India music. The introduction is like an alap in a raga. Thanks Onxidlib for the revival of this post.