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  1. Jan 04,  · Karin Krog; Album Joy; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Meantime Records), and 3 Music Rights Societies Karin Krog & Friends - Mr. Joy () YouTube; Meaning of Love.
  2. Generation is an album by saxophonist Dexter Gordon which was recorded in and released on the Prestige label.
  3. Product Description. Reissue of a rare recording by the acclaimed Norwegian vocalist Karin Krog. This ground-breaking album in European Jazz was recorded at the height of the swinging sixties, with musicians who were soon to become central to the development of the so-called 'Nordic Sound', including Jan Garbarek, Jon Christensen, Arild Andersen and Palle Danielsson.5/5(2).
  4. Joy, an Album by Karin Krog. Released in on Sonet (catalog no. SLPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Karin Krog & Friends - Joy at Discogs. Complete your Karin Krog & Friends collection.
  6. ' Round About Midnight was his first album for the label. He was still under contract to Prestige, but he had an agreement that he could record material for Columbia to release after the expiration of his Prestige contract. Recording took place at Columbia studios; the first session was on October 26, at Studio D, during which the track.
  7. Karin Krog - Joy () CD Rip. , WebSite: Album Preview. Tracklist 1 Mr. Joy 2 Karin`s Mode 3 Round About Midnight 4 Maiden Voyage 5 Lazy Afternoon 6 Blues Eyes 7 Break Of Day In Molde personnel: Bass – Arild Andersen, Palle Danielsson, Terje Bjorklund.
  8. Nov 25,  · Round About Midnight Written-By – Hanighen*, Monk* 4: Maiden Voyage ~ Lazy Afternoon Written-By – Hancock*, Moross*, Latouche* Credits Karin Krog & Friends: Joy ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Meantime Records (2) MR Norway: Sell This Version: UPS N: Karin Krog & Friends: Joy.
  9. The set opens provocatively, even shockingly for the time with Annette Peacock's "Mr. Joy," a paean to a personal "toy" driven by Bjorklund's modal piano. The most groundbeaking cut here, "Karin's Song," is an improvisation guided by Garbarek, who had been a member of Krog's band since

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