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EERO KOIVISTOINEN WITH FRIENDS (LP) Finlandia

EERO KOIVISTOINEN WITH FRIENDS (LP) Finlandia

Tytuł:Jappa - The Complete Jazz

At The Polytechnicum Recordings 1967–1968

Wytwórnia:Mondo Svart

Rok:1967-68/RN

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155,00 zł

Free Jazz, Avant-garde Jazz

 

KOIVISTOINEN, EERO -& FRIENDS- - JAPPA (2LP)

Tracklist


Eero Koivistoinen – Jappa (1967)

side A


A1. Eero Koivistoinen– Jappa  (12:56)

Composed By, Alto Saxophone – Eero Koivistoinen

Double Bass – Pekka Sarmanto

Drums – Edward Vesala

 
A2. Eero Koivistoinen– O.K. Song  (5:03)

Composed By, Alto Saxophone, Vocals [Vocalise] – Eero Koivistoinen

Congas – Pekka Tirkkonen

Double Bass – Pekka Sarmanto

Drums, Vocals [Vocalise] – Edward Vesala

 
A3. Eero Koivistoinen– Spanish Lady & Lovable Miss P. (4:42)

Cello – Jarmo Vainio, Veli-Pekka Räsänen

Composed By, Alto Saxophone – Eero Koivistoinen

Double Bass – Pekka Sarmanto

Drums – Edward Vesala

 

side B
Pentti Hietanen – XYZ (1968)


B1. Pentti Hietanen– XYZ  (8:44)

Alto Saxophone – Ilkka Karumo

Baritone Saxophone – Paroni Paakkunainen

Composed By, Grand Piano – Pentti Hietanen

Double Bass – Teppo Hauta-aho

Drums – Esko Rosnell

Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Lindroos

Trumpet – Kaj Backlund

 
B2. Pentti Hietanen– Irwin (8:34 )

Alto Saxophone – Ilkka Karumo

Composed By, Trumpet [Pocket] – Pentti Hietanen

Double Bass – Teppo Hauta-aho

Drums – Esko Rosnell

Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Lindroos

Trumpet, Trombone – Kaj Backlund

 

side C

Eero Koivistoinen / Pekka Pöyry – Tune In (1968)


C1. Pekka Pöyry– Scamp 4:50

Alto Saxophone – Pekka Pöyry

Composed By, Double Bass – Teppo Hauta-aho

Drums – Esko Rosnell

Grand Piano – Eero Ojanen

 
C2. Eero Koivistoinen– Interruptus 4:23

Composed By, Alto Saxophone – Eero Koivistoinen

Double Bass – Pekka Sarmanto

Drums – Reino "Reiska" Laine

 
C3. Eero Koivistoinen, Pekka Pöyry– Lorna 9:53

Alto Saxophone – Pekka Pöyry

Composed By, Alto Saxophone – Eero Koivistoinen

Double Bass – Pekka Sarmanto

Drums – Reino "Reiska" Laine

Grand Piano – Eero Ojanen

 

side D
Various – Posotusta Pimputusta Pompotusta (1968)


D1. Tommi Parko– Oi Maamme Suomi  1:25

Written-By, Speech [Recitation] – Tommi Parko

 
D2. Tommi Parko– Hysteriablues 1:54

Written-By, Vocals, Piano – Tommi Parko


D3. Tommi Parko– Apinan Väri 0:34

Written-By, Speech [Recitation] – Tommi Parko


D4. Tommi Parko– Hän On Jumalattoman Kaunis  3:07

Written-By, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – Tommi Parko


D5. Tommi Parko– Kuulokuva Emily Bronten Romaanista "Humiseva Harju" 1:46

Written-By, Speech [Recitation], Effects – Tommi Parko

 
D6. Tommi Parko– Mies Ja Tuoli 0:46

Written-By, Speech [Recitation] – Tommi Parko


D7. Tommi Parko– Naukumablues  1:39

Written-By, Vocals, Guitar – Tommi Parko

 
D8. Mike Koskinen– Fanfare  1:58

Composed By, Trumpet – Mike Koskinen

Drums – Jorma Vuorinen

 
D9. Philip Donner– Political Survey 3:44

Bass Guitar – Tapio Seger

Composed By, Piano, Recorder, Vocals – Philip Donner

Drums – Jorma Vuorinen

Electric Guitar – Kalle Lae

Trumpet – Mike Koskinen

 
D10. Unto Laine– Lila  2:08

Composed By, Piano, Guitar – Unto Laine


D11. Markku Koskenvuo, Pekka Tanskanen– Funeral Music For Jazzman 1:17

Composed By, Percussion – Markku Koskenvuo, Pekka Tanskanen

 

 

 

HE COMPLETE JAZZ AT THE POLYTECHNICUM RECORDINGS 1967-1968' - A Svart Mondo release, limited to 500 copies. By the early 1960s, jazz in its mainstream form had become the standard dance music for the student parties in high schools and several student union clubrooms in Helsinki. The Polytech union even organized matinée dances for high school students on Sundays. The change in the musical preference of young people's dance music occurred with the arrival of British rock in the mid-sixties and this, of course, coincided with another cultural and musical development. As the new campus for the school was built in Otaniemi, Espoo in 1955-1966 and its operations gradually moved there, the modern style "Dipoli" building became the crowning edifice on the campus. It was to be the new home for the Polytech student union. When this controversial building was opened in 1966, it was meant to introduce a new vision of the future and constituted an embodiment of the modernist spirit of those times in the late 1960s. This reissue of the complete jazz at the Polytechnicum recordings, done in 1967-68, also provides us with a glimpse of the modern directions of those days, not only in jazz music, but also in performance art. It is easy to hear that the main aesthetic in these performances was to break conventions and find new avenues for individual expression. The publisher of these recordings was the Jazz Society of the Tech Students, which was formed a little before these recordings. The name of the society was a take-off from Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic and it became Jazz At The Polytechnicum. Both are, of course, abbreviated as J.A.T.P., which became formulated in musicians' mouths into "Jappa". This Svart Records reissue consists of four EPs in chronological order. The first three feature three jazz groups of the leading young players with their ages ranging from 21 to 30. The fourth one documents an avant-garde art "happening" held in Dipoli on March 20th-24th 1968 called 'Posotusta, Pimputusta, Pompotusta', which could freely be translated as 'Huff 'n' Puff 'n' Plonk'.

 

 

 

 

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