30 December 2013

MILJÖVÅRDSVERKET ‎– NOW'S THE "FRIPPE" TIME (DRAGON RECORDS, 1985)




A1. The Shape Of Music To Come
A2. Now's The "Frippe" Time
A3. Spontane-O'reenie Part I
A4. Spontane-O'reenie Part II

B1. Spaces And Places
B2. O-Bop-O'reenie
B3. Sounds Of Life


Bengt "Frippe" Nordström, clarinet, contrabass clarinet, tenor saxophone, vocals
Björn Alke, bass
Jan Adefelt, bass (A2, B1, B2)
Peter Axelsson, bass (A2, B1, B2)
Peeter Uuskyla, drums
Lars Svantesson, violin


Recorded at Fasching on 13 June and 21 October 1984


Dragon Records ‎– DRLP 82

Vinyl Rip


15 comments:

sandor essedy said...

thanks and happy new year to you and 'inconstant sol'.

Anonymous said...

muy bueno

onxidlib said...

A Happy New Year to all members here at Inconstant Sol - which was "my" first blog.
Especially to sotise, kinabalu and Riccardo who invited me to this place in summer 2010.
Thanks to all commenters - it makes a difference!
BTW - nice post Nick - I thought about posting this LP since long time, but due to some reason (unknown to me...) I've never done it...Cheers!

Wallofsound said...

Looks good.

David said...

Looking fwd to yet another first-time listen, thanks to You!

correct silence said...

Hello

is it possible to re-up?

David said...

A reup of this would be fabulous!

Nick said...


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francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

David said...

Thanks Nick!

correct silence said...

Thank for the re-post Nick. An interesting addition to the discography of "Frippe", it is to my knowledge the only recording of this band, the difference cd and downloads of Ayler records haven't got exactly the same line up.

Guitarradeplastico your favorite musician said...

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brian said...

this is spectacular!

Nick said...

it's spectaculo'reenie

correct silence said...

After a careful listen I can say that this recording is more varied than the live on Ayler Records, the influences are more diverses, a fantastic recording in my opinion. Sometimes "Eastern man Alone " by Charles Tyler comes to mind, not only because of several bassists but also because Frippe's playing is sometimes close to Tyler's one.