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  • Release Date 2017-04-07
  • Label Jahtari
  • Catalog JTR18
Klaus Wunderlich meets King Tubby on this spaced out living room jam by the Gl. Harlev
Organ Orchestra, three seasoned veteran musicians from the Danish underground (Bo
Marley, Analogik, 100%% Max Akwaaba).
The tracks, all one-take recordings done with just an old Technics organ, mutate through the
various presets from the built in drum machine - tango? bossa? - while getting soaked in tape delays and subtle flute or guitar overdubs, driven by the surprisingly heavy basslines coming from the old organ speakers.
Playing the organ turned out to be a three men job: Benjamin Lesak on the two-layer
keyboard, Kristian Nordenthoft kneeling on the floor to operate the bass pedals by hand,
while Jesper Kobberoe took care of the beats. Recorded live with only a simple microfon this
document captures everything, from pure vibes to problems with a runny nose.
This re-issue of a lost gem from 2009 (as 'Bare Spil Noget Orgel' on Route 66) shows what can be done in just one day: you can make a whole record (including cover art)!
Sleeve by Kristian Nordentoft.
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