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Terje Rypdal - s-t (1971) {ECM}  

Posted by TestTickles at April 14, 2015
Terje Rypdal - s-t (1971) {ECM}

Terje Rypdal - s/t (1971) {ECM}
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Genre: jazz

Terje Rypdal is the 1971 album by Norwegian guitarist Terje Rypdal. After releasing a debut album in 1968, he found a home on Manfred Eicher's ECM label. Five songs and sounds of mutual jazz harmony. He is joined by Jan Garbarek, Jon Christensen, Ekkehard Fintl, Jan Erik Kongshaug ,Bobo Stenson, Tom Halverson, Bjørnar Andresen, Arild Andersen, and his wife (at the time), Inger Lise Rypdal.
Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert 3CD (2012)

Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert 3CD (2012)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 155:10 min | 353 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM Records

Terje Rypdal s Odyssey: In Studio & In Concert is a very special release. It includes not only the complete Odyssey album (recorded 1975) on CD for the first time (restoring the long track Rolling Stone to its rightful place), but also a full disc of previously unreleased material on which Terje Rypdal s Odyssey band is augmented by the Swedish Radio Jazz Group in a 1976 live performance of Rypdal s suite Unfinished Highballs.

Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)  

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 21, 2013
Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)

Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 71:19 min | 155 MB
Genre: Jazz, Classical | Label: ECM

Two large compositions, 'Melodic Warrior' and 'And The Sky Was Coloured With Waterfalls And Angels' constitute one of Terje Rypdal's most adventurous albums. The title piece, a 45 minute epic, was commissioned by The Hilliard Ensemble and recorded in 2003 with the British vocal group and the Bruckner Orchester Linz under Dennis Russell Davies. The Hilliards sing texts drawn from Native American poetry powerfully echoing the natural world, from Chippewa, Navajo, Pima, and Papago sources, and Rypdal's sustained electric guitar lines soar melodically and dramatically above the strings' broad planes of sound.
Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert (2012) {ECM 2136-38} [Re-Up]

Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert (2012) {ECM 2136-38}
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Genre: Jazz

The electric guitar innovator in the 1970s. This box set in ECM’s Old & New Masters Series collects Terje Rypdal’s two-LP Odyssey album – heard on CD, for the first time, in its entirety, including the much-requested and epically-rocking “Rolling Stone” – and “Unfinished Highballs”, a recently unearthed 1976 radio recording that documents the Norwegian guitarist’s work for his Odyssey quartet and the Swedish Radio Jazz Group. The complete Odyssey may address a longstanding demand, but “Unfinished Highballs” will surprise even Rypdal’s most committed fans. It reveals that not only were many of the markers which would come to define his career already in place, but the intrepid guitarist was already searching for ways to include, rather than exclude, in his approach to composition and performance.

Terje Rypdal & The Chasers - Blue (1987) {ECM 1346}  

Posted by tiburon at June 29, 2012
Terje Rypdal & The Chasers - Blue (1987) {ECM 1346}

Terje Rypdal & The Chasers - Blue (1987) {ECM 1346}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Terje Rypdal's recordings offer the listener an astounding array of styles - ranging from straight-ahead jazz played in small-combo settings to solo outings to mind-bending improvisations to orchestral compositions, and all points in between. His composition and playing and arranging are always tasteful and excellent, and the musicians he selects to execute his works are consistently first-rate. BLUE is no exception, falling into a trio of albums featuring roughly the same personnel, The Chasers - Terje on electric guitar (also adding some keyboard touches on this recordings), Bjørn Kjellemyr on electric and acoustic basses, and Audun Kleive on drums and percussion.

Terje Rypdal - Vossabrygg (2006) {ECM}  

Posted by ruskaval at June 15, 2010
Terje Rypdal - Vossabrygg (2006) {ECM}

Terje Rypdal - Vossabrygg (2006) {ECM}
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© 2006 ECM Records | ECM 1984
Jazz / Modern Creative / Guitar Jazz


Terje Rypdal - Vossabrygg (2006) {ECM}

The Norwegian jazz composer and guitarist Terje Rypdal's homage to Miles Davis's BITCHES BREW has all the crepuscular electric piano and muted trumpet of the original, with the addition of the atonal "That's More Like It" and the menacing electronic underpinnings of "Jungeltegrafen" emphasizing the continuing influence of contemporary musical genres on jazz.

Terje Rypdal - Crime Scene (2010) [FLAC]  

Posted by Juma at April 26, 2010
Terje Rypdal - Crime Scene (2010) [FLAC]

Terja Rypdal - Crime Scene
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Genre: Jazz, Big Band, Crossover, Fusion | Label: ECM (ecm 241) | Released: April 2010

Recorded live at Bergen’s Natjazz Festival in May 2009, “Crime Scene” is a powerful and exciting addition to Terje Rypdal’s ECM discography. Although the Norwegian guitarist/composer has written often for orchestras or chamber ensembles […] collaborations with jazz big band have been less frequent.
Allaboutjazz reviewed the Bergen premiere: “Rypdal was in fine form…Whether he was playing with a slide or his fingers, his ice-edged tone was instantly recognizable. As was Mikkelborg's, who played trumpet (muted with a Harmon mute at times) and flugelhorn, and making clear his own reference point in Miles Davis…”

Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 10, 2016
Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}

Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Long before ECM released its first remix album (for Nils Petter Molvær’s Khmer), it put out this, its first singles collection. Or so it’s nice to think: the title actually has nothing to do with the content. For their third album, Terje Rypdal & the Chasers instead spit out one of the most transcendent rock albums this side of the Milky Way. So much of that transcendence lies in the bandleader’s characteristic sere. When spurred on by the keyboard stylings of Allan Dangerfield and Audun Kleive’s clear-and-present drumming, he simply can’t go wrong.
Terje Rypdal / Miroslav Vitous / Jack DeJohnette - Rypdal, Vitous, DeJohnette (1979) {ECM 1125} [Repost]

Terje Rypdal / Miroslav Vitous / Jack DeJohnette - Rypdal, Vitous, DeJohnette (1979) {ECM 1125}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

An otherworldly soundscape of aching beauty, this album is a must-have for aficionados of any member of this trio. Rypdal's guitar is hauntingly reverbed and distant throughout, though occasionally on "Seasons" he becomes too fond of caterwauling guitar synth. But this is truly an effort of trio fusion, with ineffable pieces like "Den Forste Sne" ( "The First Snow" ) appearing and melting away without any tangible solos or structure. From the opening cymbal strikes of "Sunrise," this album is marked by DeJohnette's best drumming on record; his cymbal sound, pushed to the front and recorded with mikes both above and below the cymbal's bell – "because that's how the drummer hears it" – is nothing short of revelatory. Vitous' bass steadies Rypdal's flights of fancy, while his subtle electric piano lines float above.
Terje Rypdal - After The Rain (1976) {ECM 1083} [Repost]

Terje Rypdal - After The Rain (1976) {ECM 1083}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

With an incendiary initiation on Jan Garbarek’s Afric Pepperbird, and after successfully leading far-reaching experiments like his first self-titled project and the plush Whenever I Seem To Be Far Away, Terje Rypdal opened a new door for ECM when he stepped into the studio to record perhaps his most intimate statement to date. In spite of their brevity, the ten tracks on After The Rain flow in a single 38-minute ode to the almost painful depths of life’s greatest joys. Rypdal overdubs every instrument himself, with his former wife, vocalist Inger Lise, providing the occasional organic touch. Shielded by a holy trinity of intimacy, sincerity, and fearlessness, Rypdal plunges with open eyes into the darkest eddies of his emotional waters.