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Karin Krog & John SurmanCloud Line Blue

Karin Krog - Cloud Line Blue album cover
Label:Polydor – 2382 093
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Vinyl, LP
Country:Germany
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Genre:Jazz
Style:Modal

Tracklist

A1Alone Song4:23
A2New Spring6:53
A3Eyeless In Movement6:26
B1Jonathan7:25
B2Empty Streets4:12
B3Cloud Line Blue8:52
B4Edge Piece2:53
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Recorded at Riverside Recordings, London and at Talent Studios, Oslo

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Cloud Line Blue (LP)PoljazzPSJ - 82Poland1979
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Cloud Line Blue (LP)Polydor2382 093Scandinavia1979
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Cloud Line Blue (LP, Album, Stereo)Overseas Records, PolydorKUX-105-V, 2382 093Japan1979
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Cloud Line Blue (LP, Album, Promo, Stereo)Overseas RecordsKUX-105-VJapan1979
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Cloud Line Blue (CD, Album, Reissue)P-Vine RecordsPCD-22063Japan2003

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  • peopleinsorrow's avatar
    This is a first recorded collaboration of Karin Krog and her partner John Surman. It is a beautiful mixture of John Surman's lyrical, etherial sound and Krog's half-husky voice. Participation of a drummer Stu Martin, adds a vital rhythm to some of the tunes (in particular, _New Spring_). One of the best pieces on this album, from my point of view, is _Jonathan_, which is recorded again in _Such Winters Of Memory_ a few years later. Another strikingly strong piece is _Empty Streets_, in which there is an ensemble of Baritone Sax (overdubbed) plays fascinating music at closing. Of the four studio albums they made together (this, _Such Winters_, _Freestyle_, and _Bluesand_) I personally think that this first album is the most coherent and presents consistent high quality across the pieces.

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