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Dresden (In Concert)

Jan Garbarek Group

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1
Paper Nut (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:56
2
The Tall Tear Trees (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
5:14
3
Heitor (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
9:17
4
Twelve Moons (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
10:44
5
Rondo Amoroso (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:00
6
Tao (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
4:46
7
Milagre Dos Peixes (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
12:53
8
There Were Swallows (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:19
9
The Reluctant Saxophonist (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
8:20
10
Transformations (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:19
11
Once I Dreamt A Tree Upside Down (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:18
12
Fugl (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
6:01
13
Maracuja (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
7:45
14
Grooving Out! (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
3:26
15
Nu Bein (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
5:52
16
Voy Cantando (Live)
Jan Garbarek Group
11:14
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"Five Stars ... from the eager opening theme of Paper Nut, through the slow build of Nascimento's Milagre Dos Peixes to Katché's solo percussion storm ... this marks a Garbarek group with impact."
- The Guardian

"Five Stars ... faithfully captures the saxophonist and his current quartet with a two-hour set that traverses a broad dynamic and stylistic expanse, with plenty of space for everyone to stretch out ... if ever there were doubts about Garbarek's improvisational prowess, the paradoxically potent yet ever-elegant Dresden should lay them all to waste."
- All About Jazz

This 2009 double album was very eagerly awaited, as it had been six years since Jan Garbarek’s last release as a leader and was also the first-ever live set from the highly popular Garbarek Group. Recorded in Dresden’s Alter Schlachthof in October 2007, the band powers through repertoire old and new, with Garbarek in top form, his saxophone exchanges with Manu Katche’s bold, emphatic drums particularly exciting.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM –   ECM Records Studio Masters

Live recording, October 20, 2007, Alter Schlachthof, Dresden
Engineers: Gert Rickmann_Wunderlich, Rüdiger Nürnberg
Mixed at Rainbow Studio, Oslo by Jan Erik Kongshaug (engineer), Manfred Eicher and Jan Garbarek
Cover painting: Eberhard Ross
Photos: Gert Rickmann_Wunderlich, Guri Dahl (1, 16)
Design: Sascha Kleis
Produced by Manfred Eicher and Jan Garbarek

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