Personally, I'm not a fan of Garbarek's later ECM work, where he seems to have jumped all sorts on band wagons (and made himself very successful). I did like the stuff he did in the 70s with Keith Jarrett. This recording comes from the same era.
0) (intro RB) 1:33
1) Desireless (Don Cherry) 30:28
2a+2b) Nr.8 (Jan Garbarek) 14:36 + 2:35 (aud.cass.flip)
3) Witchi-Tai-To (Jim Pepper) 26:50
4) Passion Dance (McCoy Tyner) 10:55
5) (extro RB) 0:25
location: lila eule, bremen
rec. date: 1974-04-09
source: radio broadcast RB
broadcast date: 1995-08-27
Good though Garbarek is on this recording, the stars of the show for me are the members of the rhythm section. Desireless gives more than a nod towards Coltrane. Initially I thought that Stenson was merely doing a Tyler soundalike routine, but he develops the piece into much more (though at over 30 mins, the track is a little long, Danielsson must have had the stamina of an olympic athlete to sustain the relentless pace).
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