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Tytuł:1974 (2CD )

Radio Bremen



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Jazz , Jazz - rock ,Free Improvisation

Po raz pierwszy na CD

Wydanie - rozkładany  digi-pack


CD 1

1   Brujo 8:28
2   Ghost Beads 14:19
3   Dark Spirit 14:21
4   Ogden Road 12:13

1   Distant Hills 9:21
2   New Tune 12:57
3   Raven's Wood 17:49
4   Canyon Song 10:41
5   The Silence Of A Candle 3:21


Acoustic Guitar – Ralph Towner

Bass – Glen Moore

Oboe, English Horn – Paul McCandless

Percussion – Paul McCandless (tracks: CD2-3), Ralph Towner (tracks: CD2-3)

Piano – Collin Walcott (tracks: CD1-4)

Sitar, Tabla, Percussion – Collin Walcott


Oregon, formed in 1970, comprised Ralph Towner (classical and 12-string guitars), Paul McCandless (oboe and English horn), Glen Moore (double bass) and Collin Walcott (sitar and tabla).

The band's music has always been almost totally acoustic. "Acoustic instruments sound more expressive to me," Towner explained to Jazzwise magazine (UK) in September 1997. He further explained his guitar style: "With classical guitar [you're] using all the fingers of your right hand to pluck which means you can be sounding anything from two to five notes in exact unison, rather than a strum." As well as their core instruments, Towner has played trumpet, synths and piano with the band, McCandless bass clarinet and flute, Moore flute and violin and Walcott clarinet and dulcimer. To name but some. "At one time we were carrying eighty instruments on the road!" McCandless has said.

The combining of instruments from disparate musical traditions and the musicians' range of influences meant that 'jazz' was always an inadequate label for the band. "Live In Bremen 1974" documents Oregon at their mesmerizing best. The interplay between the four players is stunning and on each piece mood and texture are ever-changing, yet always following an aesthetic logic that seems irrefutable. „Live In Bremen 1974", however, is a reminder of a band that made music that had never been heard before, that had never been imagined before. One track is titled "Brujo", Spanish for "sorcerer". Truly, Towner, McCandless, Moore and Walcott were musical sorcerers whose playing retains its power to enchant not only the band's original fans but even, surely, anyone lucky enough to be hearing the band for the very first time



The legend has it that the four Oregon musicians met at the legendary Woodstock Festival in 1969. However, it is documented that at least guitarist/pianist Ralph Towner and bassist Glen Moore were on stage with US singer/songwriter Tim Hardin. But three more years had to pass before Oregon really got off the ground musically. Colin Walcott and Paul McCandless completed the quartet, which from then on was dedicated to a kind of chamber jazz with elements of folk and world music. Oregon signed a record deal with Vanguard, and their much-acclaimed debut "Music Of Another Present Era" followed. Shortly before the release of their third album, the commercially very successful "Winter Light", the quartet toured Europe and also made a stop at Radio Bremen's Sendesaal on 14 March 1974. In the past weeks, the Austrian sound wizard Johannes Schreibenreif meticulously prepared the 47-year-old tapes under the critical ears of Ralph Towner and Paul McCandless. The acoustic masterpiece  be released as a double CD and, of course, digitally.



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