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Ravneferd - have you heard this track?

Discussion in 'Words and Music' started by Travellerman, Mar 15, 2008.

  1. Travellerman

    Travellerman Aye lad, I knew you had it in you

    Having listened to the most recent Harper podcast, it dawned on me that perhaps not everyone is aware of Harpers collaborations and input beyond his own recorded works.

    That wonderful Harper resource http://musicnaut.iki.fi/musicnaut/royharper/discography/guest.html pointed me in the direction of this song a couple of years ago. According to the site, Roy co-wrote this with Lillebjørn Nilsen, http://www.lillebjorn.no/ one of Norways best know folk musicians.

    If you're curious, the track is available as an iTunes download. It's an interesting and 'atmospheric' piece, one can even hear glasses chinking in the background of the venue where it was recorded.

    An iTunes search for any of the following should provide a result. 'Ravneferd' by Lillebjørn Nilsen on the album Tilbake (Reutgivelse) 1971.

    Happy hunting. :D
     
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2008
  2. SteveT

    SteveT Gracing the Bahamas in see through pyjamas

    Spooky! I finally got around to ordering the CD today.
     
  3. Travellerman

    Travellerman Aye lad, I knew you had it in you

    My name is Steve too... :D
     
  4. SteveT

    SteveT Gracing the Bahamas in see through pyjamas

    If you go to his record label's site you can either download or buy a CD. There are two versions of the song available:


    <http://www.grappa.musiconline.no/shop/displayAlbum.asp?id=28310>

    There are others to listen to on his Myspace:

    <http://www.myspace.com/lillebjornnilsen>



    However, the most important question is: Are you a Stephen or a Steven?
     
  5. Travellerman

    Travellerman Aye lad, I knew you had it in you

    ph ;)


    (and here's the 10 characters)
     
  6. SteveT

    SteveT Gracing the Bahamas in see through pyjamas

    Well, I've listened to it a couple of times now and still don't understand a word of it! Nice mellow folky sound though with lots of bits that had me thinking " that sounds just like...." but never quite working out who it sounded like.
     

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