B3. Parelius N. Written-By – Svein Finnerud. Written-By – Andresen, Rud, Finnerud.
Plastic Sun. Written-By – Bjørnar Andresen. Written-By – Annette Peacock. Piano – Svein Finnerud. Remastered By – Helge Sten. Translated By – Laura Ellestad. Recorded February 6th, 1970 at Henie-Onstad Art-Center, Høvikodden, Norway. Comes in a gatefold sleeve and printed inner sleeve including liner notes.
They released Svein Finnerud Trio (1969), Plastic sun (1970, Odin Records 1993) and Thoughts (1974/1984), and became known for his multi-media art forms of jazz and the visual arts, including working with Peter Opsvik and Carl Magnus Neumann, as well as Henie-Onstad Art Centre. The trio recorded the album Multimal (1971). a musical setting of poems by poet Trond Botnen. They also took part in the experimental works of Ketil Bjørnstad.
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A1 Bernhard 2:58 A2 Alnafet Street 3:35 A3 Cartoon 10:16 A4 Plastic Sun 2:13 B1 Touching 1:47 B2 Dee Dee 13:56 B3 Parelius N. 4:49 B4 Strings 1:02. Bass, Vocals – Bjørnar Andresen Drums – Espen Rud Piano – Svein Finnerud. Sonet – SLPS 1406 (Norway). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
Svein Finnerud Trio was one of the strongest voices in the Norwegian avant-garde of the late ‘60s/early ‘70s. Unknown outside the country, the trio pioneered forms of musical expression that later found an international audience through the ECM albums of Jan Garbarek, Arild Andersen, and Terje Rypdal. In this context, Plastic Sun is a statement as essential as any other of the period. When Plastic Sun was released in the summer of 1970, it was the second album from pianist Svein Finnerud (1945-2000), bassist Bjørnar Andresen (1945-2004), and drummer Espen Rud (b. 1948), and the fact that they completed the recording in one day says something about the trio’s familiarity with playful, spontaneous musicianship and finely-tuned.
This experienced trio’s live album starts with Mira, one’s of the year’s more beautiful jazz cuts, with unusual depth in the melody first plucked on ECM mainstay Andersen’s bass, then embellished via Tommy Smith’s tenor. Next is the freer Science, in which Andersen and drummer Paolo Vinaccia spar at accelerated pace and Smith blurts with controlled intent, breaking off just when on the cusp of being carried away.
Written-By – B. Andresen*
Written-By – B. Andresen*, S. Finnerud*
Written-By – A. Peacock*
Written-By – B. Andresen*
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Written-By – O. Coleman*
Written-By – S. Finnerud*
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|SLPS 1406||Svein Finnerud Trio||Plastic Sun (LP)||Sonet||SLPS 1406||Norway||1970|
|nj 4054-2||Svein Finnerud Trio||Plastic Sun (CD, Album)||Odin||nj 4054-2||Norway||1998|
|ODINLP9558||Svein Finnerud Trio||Plastic Sun (LP, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM)||Odin||ODINLP9558||Norway||2018|