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Performer: Markus Stockhausen
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Album: Kartā
Released: 2000
Style: Contemporary Jazz
MP3 version ZIP size: 1710 mb
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Rating: 4.2
Votes: 516
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sezopen
Composed By – Andersen*
4:50
2 Flower Of Now
Composed By – Stockhausen*
9:15
3 Wood And Naphta
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
2:55
4 Sway
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
4:24
5 Auma
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
8:02
6 Legacy
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
5:18
7 Invocation
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
4:44
8 Wild Cat
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
7:57
9 Emanation
Composed By – Andersen*, Stockhausen*, Héral*, Rypdal*
3:58
10 Choral
Composed By – Stockhausen*
3:57
11 Lighthouse
Composed By – Andersen*
8:40

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Made By – Universal M & L, Germany – 51032010
  • Recorded At – Rainbow Studio

Credits

  • Double Bass – Arild Andersen
  • Drums, Percussion, Electronics [Live Electronics] – Patrice Héral*
  • Electric Guitar – Terje Rypdal
  • Engineer – Jan Erik Kongshaug
  • Photography By [Cover Photo], Design – Sascha Kleis
  • Photography By [Liner Photos] – André Clemetsen
  • Producer – Manfred Eicher
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet – Markus Stockhausen

Notes

Recorded December 1999
Rainbow Studio, Oslo

An ECM Production

℗ 2000 ECM Records GmbH
© 2000 ECM Records GmbH

Jewel-case in O-Card

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0731454303521
  • Matrix / Runout: 07314 543 035-2 01 / 51032010
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded in hub): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L001
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0112
  • Label Code: LC 02516
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • SPARS Code: DDD

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ECM 1704, 543 035-2 Markus Stockhausen / Arild Andersen / Patrice Héral* / Terje Rypdal Markus Stockhausen / Arild Andersen / Patrice Héral* / Terje Rypdal - Kartā ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1704, 543 035-2 Germany Unknown
Mr_Jeйson
Review by Thom JurekThis end-of-the-millennium quartet session probably best defines all the inherent contradictions in who ECM attracts to the label -- what kind of musician records for them -- and what concerns these artists and ECM's chief producer (and creator) Manfred Eicher hold in common. This set, although clearly fronted by Markus Stockhausen and Arild Andersen on brass and bass, respectively, allows space for the entire quartet to inform its direction. Héral and Rypdal are not musicians who can play with just anybody; their distinctive styles and strengths often go against the grain of contemporary European jazz and improvised music. Of the 11 compositions here, four are collectively written, with two each by Andersen and Stockhausen. "Flower of the Now" uses space and texture to create a harmonic architecture, skeletal though it may be. Stockhausen states a theme that acts as the syntax for the painterly drumming of Héral and Rypdal's interlocution between all the drifting parties. "Sway" begins with Héral's trans-African drumming, followed by the fury of Rypdal's own brand of guitar improvisation. He edges through musical frameworks of the past in rock, blues, and jazz, cutting them down in the process of playing knotty arpeggios and deconstructed riffs that rely on harmonic rather than lyrical language. When Stockhausen moves into the fray, it's sparingly in stark contrast to Rypdal's splatter and roll methodology and brings things to a near halt, with only Andersen to slip a groove through the band's abstractions. This is a record of "sonics," an area not unlike the forbidden "Zone" filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky's hero, who guides people through in the film Stalker -- forbidden, wasted, and beautifully desolate. When listeners reach the place in "Auma" where Andersen's bass employs electronic devices to give it an "orchestra" or chamber section quality, they can hear how attentive this crew really is to one another. They move about slowly and purposefully in the musical spheres where sound, language, and harmonic monoliths all give way into something less definite, less shapely or contoured in favor of the unspeakable, the unmentionable, the inarticulate speech of the heart as it enters, through sound's language: one of tension, dynamic, nuance, and texture, the various places where spoken language fails so miserably. In all, Karta is an effort that showcases the very best of its collective: It contains aesthetic grace and elegance as well as great violence and chaos. For all the recordings in "popular" music made at the end of the century, this is the one that sums up best where Western music has traveled these last hundred years, and points to just how far it yet needs to journey in the next thousand. Karta is soulful, tender, and frightening.