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Nya Kulturvartetten - Narrskeppet mp3

Nya Kulturvartetten - Narrskeppet mp3 Performer: Nya Kulturvartetten
Title: Narrskeppet
Style: Experimental, Avantgarde, Free Improvisation
Category: Electronic / Jazz / Rock
Date of release: 2002
Country: Sweden
Label: Caprice Records
Catalog number: CAP 21619
Size MP3: 2993 mb
Size FLAC: 2516 mb
Rating: 4.2


1Sansa Rag5:44
2Woodland Devil3:23
5Aragon, Growing Trio1:03
6Final Rag5:08
7Submarine Tune3:35
8Mykophone D'Amore3:11
9The Hub3:34
10Shrinking Trio1:03
11Ugly Trio1:16
12Excentric Prolog3:33
15Bull-Roarer, Episode0:52
17Uncle's First Dream3:42
18Uncle's Last Dream6:52


  • Design [Graphic]Kari Agger
  • Edited By, Producer, Mixed By [Final Mix]Fuzzy
  • Executive-producerKjell Söderqvist
  • Flute, Clarinet, Accordion, Instruments [Other]Fuzzy
  • Liner Notes [Text/liner Notes]Folke Rabe
  • Liner Notes [Translation]Robert Carroll
  • Mastered ByFleming Rasmussen, Jørgen Knub
  • Other [Editor] – Lars Silén
  • Photography ByBjörn Edergren, Karl Rabe, Thord Norman
  • Trombone, Instruments [Other]Folke Rabe, Jan Bark
  • ViolaThord Norman


The EAM parts have been produced at Studio Tankero in Tyresö, EMS Stockholm and Fuzzy's studio in Copenhagen.
Mastering: Sweet Silence, Denmark and SDC Studios, Denmark.

the back cover reads:
"New Culture Quartet (1983-97) was an intermedia group whose members included Jan Bark, Fuzzy, Thord Norman and Folke Rabe. The Quartet gave performances with music that they played live on 'ordinary' as well as specially designed instruments, but also with pre-recorded, often electronic music. The performances, which for the most part took place in the dark, also comprised films, multislide presentations, light-and-shadow play, stage sets and acting. 'Ship of Fools' was the Quartet's first production and it gradually grew into a Fools Trilogy. The Quartet made a total of 75 performances in Scandinavia, Europe, the USA and Canada.
This CD contains a selection of the music to the trilogy. The visual aspects of the performances cannot be rendered in recordd form. But the music can take us a good deal of the way!"