℗ ℗ 1981 ECM Records
 

Lifelines

Arild Andersen

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1
Cameron
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
6:32
2
Prelude
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
5:57
3
Landloper
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
0:54
4
Predawn
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
6:05
5
Dear Kenny
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
6:24
6
A Song I Used To Play
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
2:45
7
Lifelines
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
6:31
8
Anew
Arild Andersen; Kenny Wheeler; Steve Dobrogosz; Paul Motian
8:32
Total Playing Time    43:40
Lifelines (released 1981 in Germany) is the fourth album by Norwegian jazz bassist and composer Arild Andersen, recorded July 1980 at Talent Studio, Oslo, and released on the ECM label.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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