Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Natdamperen 1975 (Denmark)

Think Kebnekajse hybridized with Swedish Ibis or German From and you've got the idea here. Half the instrumental tracks are rocked scandinavian folk songs and half are drawn-out jazzy jams, mostly in the key of A. Unfortunately the crosspollination procedure is not quite seamless since the tracks simply alternate, with the folk songs being tracks 1, 3, 6, and 8, and the jams being 2, 4, 5, and 7. Not much info that I can find about this band, who went on to produce two more albums. Let's hope the next double-lp turns up soon ;-).

All songs are written by the sax player, Ole Kuhl.

The cover is a very odd black and white drawing, by one Mogeus Gissel, consisting of flying figures with wings and flying hearts drawn as if in the shape of crumpled pieces of paper. Also there are saxophones, waves, lightbulbs, airplanes, and oil derricks-- kinda odd, huh?

Track 1 Lille:

Track 5 Pa Gaden:


Tristan Stefan said...


isabelbc said...

Thank you very much, Tristan!! long time in my wishlist!!! <3 :o)

Tristan Stefan said...

please enjoy it!!
Here is wav version


Many Thanks !!!

Dr Dopo said...

I love it! My night just got a lot better! Thank You

Anonymous said...

This is great! WOW!
Im danish, and these lyrics are crazy. I'll translate it, and post the lyrics as i finish them.


dedalos said...

Hello Tristan, Isabelbc and everybody!
Here's my new music stuff...

Check out the samples & video as well.

All the best for the new year!

Tristan Stefan said...

Thanks Martin, can you explain a bit about the band title too?

spraengt said...

I would so much love a re-up of this one. Been looking for it for ages, and now it is dead - terrible. Anyone?

isabelbc said...

new link http://netkups.com/?d=0547d6d7b8aa4

Tristan Stefan said...

NEW LINK Sept 24 2013

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