Continuing on with Natdamperen, this from 1976 carries on with the long drawn out jazz jam sessions a la From, here in particular the band is performing live, you can hear a bit of applause and the sound is far from perfect compared to the previous studio recording (even taking into account some warps on the first record and scratches on this rip). It's all instrumental, and very little of the simple kebnekajse folk-jazz appears, except in a reprise of the song pa gaden from the first album and the last song, by Nordenhof (who is the pianist). All tracks are written by saxophonist Ole Kuhl, except where I've indicated others, and the live concert took place at the Peoples House in Arhus on June 3 and Aug. 6, 1976. Note that their last album, Visions, went on to more accessible and listener-friendly fuzak, with tighter songs and simpler melodies.
And the cover? Apparently a menhir or dolmen with a face, with the band name written in sci-fi font, what a crazy drawing! This time by Teddy Sorensen.
Now stay tuned to our blog because in the next few weeks in addition to what I've already mentioned we'll be killing time with more private pressed progressive new wave as well as some really tasty and salty early rock, still geologically mining the past decades for those beautiful lost gems.