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24 Feb 2018

Tusmørke ‎ “Bydyra"2017 Norway Psych Prog Folk


Tusmørke ‎ “Bydyra"2017 Norway Psych Prog Folk recommended…!
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Frank Zappa once asked if humor had a place in the music, and affirmed that with many of his songs. TUSMØRKE now combine retrospective prog rock with fun, which lies in the nature of the thing ” Bydyra “. The Norwegians’ fifth album consists of two mini-musicals, which the band composed for an elementary school in Oslo. 

In this respect, the ideal case applies to complex, supposedly even clogged music: The offered tracks are all very short and to such an extent melodic, as this band has never been. Children’s choirs crowd under their well-known "woody” Folk Prog, whose catchiness reaches an unexpected high, without losing attention to detail. 

By the way, this also applies to the lyrics in which master of ceremonies Benediktator, like always rich orchestration - numerous analogue synthesizers were used, as if the band were in competition with Wobbler, whose members are also partly competing here - on contemporary problems (utopian House prices, the global financial crisis, etc.) leaves out. We do not understand that because he does it in his mother tongue, but we feel just as casual in the music as the group’s new target group….Andreas Schiffmann ….~ 



This is without doubt and extremely strange offering from the Norwegian progressive rock band “TUSMØRKE” because although it contains huge slices of good interesting music it was in fact written specifically for a children’s school in Oslo. The title “Bydyra” which translates to ‘urban wildlife’, comprises of two original mini-musicals exploring social issues such as: - global warming, financial problems and various forms of magic. The school children feature exclusively throughout the fifteen tracks as choral backing. The confusing thing though is that it is hard to believe this album was ever intended for general world wide release because it will never appeal to such a market. Maybe it might appeal, to a degree, in Norway especially the parents associated with the school involved or maybe even a hand fall of hard-core “TUSMØRKE” fans. And so here’s the rub; a review such as this can only be considered in comparison with other progressive rock / folk offerings being submitted at the time to the review team at Progplanet.com. 
The music itself has a strong melodic tuneful flowing folk flavor throughout with variable in quality male lead vocals and the backing of a children’s choir. Whilst a great deal of the singing is quite good, sounding distinctly along the lines and similar in style to that of the UK band Caravan. Some of the vocals are quite strained and off key and the choir for the most part seems badly mixed and off center. The use of silly voices at various points in the score utilized by the various vocalists doesn’t help endear you to the music and it becomes quite irritating on subsequent plays although I appreciate that some attempt at characterization here is being employed. 
The exquisite flute throughout is quite delightful and the piano and other keyboard contributions are nicely executed to create an enjoyable atmospheric feel. The lead guitar, unfortunately though served in mediocre portions, is totally superb and adds a nice psychedelic edge to the music…..by…Geoff Penn …~ 



Αυτός ο δίσκος με έπιασε απροετοίμαστο και με άφησε έκπληκτο. Εκέι που τον Μάιο είχαμε την κυκλοφορία του τέταρτου άλμπουμ των Tusmørke, “Hinsides”, έναν εκπληκτικό δίσκο, τολμώ να πω ίσως ο καλύτερος prog rock δίσκος της χρονιάς (καλοί, χρυσοί και άγιοι οι Eloy, οι Premiata Forneria Marcioni, οι Kaipa και ο Roger Waters, κυκλοφόρησαν ωραίους δίσκους φέτος, αλλά δε φτάνουν τα μεγαλεία του παρελθόντος) και επίσης υποψήφιος δίσκος της χρονιάς στο μικρόκοσμό μου, ξαφνικά μας ανακοινώνουν ότι έχουν έτοιμο και δεύτερο δίσκο για αυτή τη χρονιά, μέσα σε διάστημα έξι μηνών, και μάλιστα πρόκειται για κάτι τελείως διαφορετικό και σε διαφορετική κατεύθυνση από τις μέχρι τώρα κυκλοφορίες τους. 
Για να πάρουμε τα πράγματα από την αρχή και να δώσουμε μια πρώτη ιδέα, η μετάφραση του τίτλου του άλμπουμ, “Bydyra”, σημαίνει άγρια αστική ζωή. Σε συνάρτηση με το γεγονός ότι πρόκειται για άλμπουμ με concept γραμμένο μαζί με παιδιά, με μεγάλη συμμετοχή παιδιών στις ηχογραφήσεις σε μορφή παιδικής χορωδίας, ή ακόμα και με μεμονωμένα παιδικά φωνητικά, το καθιστούν εξ αρχής ένα πολύ ιδιαίτερο και ξεχωριστό άλμπουμ σε σχέση όχι μόνο με τη δισκογραφία τους, αλλά γενικότερα. Δυστυχώς οι γνώσεις μου στα Νορβηγικά είναι μηδαμινές και έτσι δε μπορώ να καταλάβω τα λόγια στα τραγούδια, ενώ δεν έχω και πουθενά διαθέσιμους τους στίχους. Σύμφωνα όμως με το δελτίο τύπου, πρόκειται για ένα άλμπουμ γραμμένο για μικρούς και μεγάλους, με στιχουργικές αναφορές σε θέματα της άγριας αστικής ζωής, όπως αναφέρει και ο τίτλος του άλμπουμ, απευθυνόμενο στα προβλήματα των μεγάλων, όπως την παγκόσμια υπερθέρμανση, την οικονομική κρίση, κοινωνικά θέματα και διάφορα άλλα παρόμοια θέματα, αποδοσμένα όμως σε μορφή προσιτή και για τα μικρά παιδιά. Από τις εκφράσεις στα φωνητικά όμως, μπορεί να καταλάβει κάποιος ότι υπάρχει στο ύφος μεγάλη δόση σαρκασμού, προβληματισμού και ειρωνείας. 
Αυτή η κατεύθυνση λοιπόν, σε συνδυασμό με τη συμμετοχή της παιδικής χορωδίας, δεν έχει σαν αποτέλεσμα ένα άλμπουμ το οποίο απλά προσθέτει κάποιους πειραματισμούς στη μουσική του, αλλά πρόκειται για μια 100% πειραματική συνθετική απόπειρα, και όχι μόνο λόγω της συμμετοχής της παιδική χορωδίας ή του ιδιαίτερου concept, αλλά και λόγω των μουσικών πειραματισμών του. Η μουσική είναι προσαρμοσμένη στην νοοτροπία της αφήγησης ενός παιδικού παραμυθιού, που συνεπάγεται εδώ πέρα αύξηση των ενορχηστρωτικών οργάνων, στα οποία υπάρχει μεγάλη ποικιλία, την ώρα που υπάρχουν κομμάτια με πλήρη έλλειψη εγχόρδων, κρουστών, ή και των δύο μαζί. Ίσα ίσα, που απλά ενισχύεται περισσότερο ο folk χαρακτήρας του συγκροτήματος σε αυτό το δίσκο. Η ψυχεδέλεια και το prog παραμένουν σταθερά, απλά λόγω της μεγάλης αύξησης του folk και των ενορχηστρέσων, τα άλλα δύο μοιάζουν κάπως ριγμένα χωρίς όμως να έχουν μειωθεί καθόλου. Το αποτέλεσμα αντικειμενικά είναι υπέροχο, όμως αφενός θέλει χρόνο να συλλάβει ο ακροατής την απόπειρα της ιδέας του δίσκου, κι αυτό θέλει λίγο χρόνο προσαρμογής, και αφετέρου δεν είναι καθόλου αντιπροσωπευτικό των προηγούμενων δίσκων, κι ας διατηρεί σταθερά τα αρχέγονα στοιχεία του. Ο παιδικός χαρακτήρας του όμως το κάνει να ξεχωρίζει και να διαφέρει ξεκάθαρα. 
Γι αυτό το λόγο, αν και έχουμε ακόμα έναν υπέροχο δίσκο από τους θαυματοποιούς Νορβηγούς, δεν είναι ο πιο αντιπροσωπευτικός τους και δεν θα τον πρότεινα σαν πρώτη γνωριμία σε κάποιον. Περισσότερο απευθύνεται στους πιο φανατικούς οπαδούς τους, και σε ακροατές ανοιχτόμυαλους, που δε κολλάνε σε λεπτομέρειες και κατευθύνσεις διαφορετικές από τις ενδεδειγμένες και τις συνηθισμένες. Ο πειραματισμός τους πάντως πέτυχε και με το παραπάνω, και ας ξινίσουν κάποιοι γκρινιάρηδες και παραδοσιακοί. Όταν μπορείς με τη μουσική σου να ιντριγκάρεις το μυαλό με πολλούς τρόπους, ακόμα κι αν αυτοί οι τρόποι δεν είναι οι προφανείς, αξίζεις την αναγνώριση, άσχετα αν οι Νορβηγοί δεν την έχουν αποκτήσει ακόμα….by…Σταύρος Πισσάνος  …Rock Overdose….~



Norwegian outfit Tusmørke’s upcoming 5th studio album Bydyra was written for Oslo school children 
Norwegian outfit Tusmørke have announced that their upcoming fifth studio album will be released later this year. 
Titled Bydyra – which translates to urban wildlife – it’s set to arrive on November 10 after the band signed a new deal with Karisma Records. 
But what makes their new album different from their previously releases is that it was written for, and performed by, children. 
A statement reads: “Coming in at a whopping 15 tracks, Bydyra is composed of two original mini-musicals that were written specifically for a local children’s school in Oslo. 
“It is a unique work that explores the relatively grown up subjects of urban wildlife, the skyrocketing prices of housing in Oslo, the financial crisis, social issues, global warming, and good and bad magic. 
“With Bydyra, Tusmørke have succeeded in blending their unique take on prog rock with a substantial dose of humour to create an album that will be enjoyed equally by both children – who will be enchanted by the characters and their adventures – and by adults, who will succumb to the psychedelic prog folk overtones. 
“It is a journey filled with magical creatures that serve to charm and educate at the same time.”…by Scott Munro…..~




This is one of the most peculiar and strange albums that I have come across this year. “Bydyra” by Norwegian prog rockers Tusmørke is a…well, fuck me, I am not even sure exactly what this is or how to classify it. It is basically like a musical of sorts for children yet the topics and themes covered go deep and are actually pretty thought-provoking and serious. Musically, we are talking progressive folk rock here, but of a different kind altogether. 

It has a magical vibe to it, but the lyrics cover the current financial crisis, global warming, and similar heavy-duty issues. Pretty cool, eh? However, I reckon that “Bydyra” is one of those unique albums that will either appeal to you or not, which is to say that you will either dig it or loathe it. Some might deem this a childish record, but it is a captivating and charming opus that is so far removed from every other prog release out there that you simply owe it to yourself to check it out just to see if it stirs any emotions in you or not. 

The musicianship is excellent and the songs manage to conjure up an enchanting atmosphere, but “Bydyra” is not something that I could ever listen to on a regular basis. It does require a certain mood and frame of mind on the part of the listener, much more so than countless other releases out there, but should you find yourself on the lookout for something totally different, there are worse places to look than here. But again, you need to approach it with an open mind. If nothing else, this is a brave and bold record and I applaud Karisma Records for putting it out…..by….Jens Nepper…~ 



Line-up / Musicians 
- Benediktator / vocals, bass, acoustic guitars, Glockenspiel, jaw harp, percussion, handclaps 
- Krizla / vocals, flute, electronics 
- HlewagastiR / drums, percussion 
- Dauinghorn (Jordsjø) / electric guitar 
- Marxo Solina / grand piano, MiniMoog model D, Solina Strings Ensemble, Mellotron M400, SCI Prophet-5, Arp Axxe, Arp Pro Soloist and Lindholm Spinet













Tusmørke Bydyra tracklist 

Tre som bor i et Tre (Three who live in a Tree) 
Trefar (Three Father) 
Mellomspill (Interlude) 
Rottekongen (The Rat King) 
På Biblioteket (At the Library) 
Vi er eid (We are owned) 
Dyrene i Byen (The Animals in the City) 
Elvene i Oslo (The Rivers of Oslo) 
Signekjerringa (The Sibyl) 
Tenkeren (The Thinker) 
Trollmannen (The Enchanter) 
Lær de fattige å trylle (Teach Magic to the Poor) 
Dyrene bor ute (Animals Live Outside) 
Underboerne (The Underdwellers) 
Katabasis 

Mud In Your Eye "Million"1972 US Private Funky Prog Psych


Mud In Your Eye  "Million"1972 US Private Funky Prog Psych
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(New York, New York), the manager of the Los Angeles Theater, who was in the studio of Long-Islande and gave them a free studio…~


Note to Mandala marketing department - the standard marketing approach would be to put band name on the cover. Using that logic, you couldn’t be blamed for thinking this outfit was named ‘Million’ and the album title was “Mud In Your Eye”. In standard tax scam style, that wasn’t the case here, rather flip it around. The band name was Mud In Your Eye and album title was “Million”. 'Course if your album was released by a tax scam label that had little interest in actually selling your record, and was actually probably happy if you didn’t even know they’d released their work, then that marketing approach made perfect sense. 
So I was looking for a bit of history on Mud In Your Eye and came across an extended interview with singer/guitarist Jimmi Acardi with this little snippet on the band. 
“I met Ronny [Altaville] in Long Island in ’68. We had a band called Mud in Your Eye and we got together solely for the purpose of doing original music, which was basically unheard of at that time on Long Island. We couldn’t play anywhere with originals. So we had a hard time getting gigs. We lasted a few years and we actually did some recordings and there is an album, a really rare album that I recently saw on the internet called Million by Mud in Your Eye [he saw it on the BadCatRecords site]. And the song “Million” is “I Need a Million,” so it’s the original. That song was written like 10 years before we recorded it on the first Columbia Records album. And “Round and Round” too, was written in ’69.” 
And then out of the blue Acardi stumbled across my site, providing a bit of additional information on the band: 
I was just turned on to your site. I was in the band “Mud in Your Eye” who did the album “Million” that you have shown on your page. We were a band formed with myself, Barry Taylor, Ronny Altaville and John Scaduto (from Aesop’s Fables) and Tony Donnifrio. Louis Lofredo was our manager and brought us into his studio on Long Island and gave us free studio time. Bob Gallo engineered all our stuff. As far as I knew, the stuff was never released. I’d love to get a copy if you have one. Please let me know. I also remember “Sum Pear”, a pretty interesting duo that also recorded at Environmental Sound Studios (Lofredo’s studio). The Smubbs, Aesop’s Fables, The Sounds of Modification, and other bands that we were friends with also recorded for Lofredo & Gallo. If there’s any chance of getting a copy of “Million” please let me know. Or if you have any questions about this stuff, I’ll be glad to help out. 
Thanks 
Jimmi Accardi April 2010 

Unfortunately for the band (Acardi, singer/bass player Ronny Altaville, bassist Tony Donnifrio, drummer John Scaduto, and keyboardist Barry Taylor), their link to the dark world of tax scam labels seems to have come through Scaduto band manager Louis Lofredo. Scaduto had previously been in the band Aesop’s Fables who had recorded an album for Robert Gallo’s Mandala label. Signed to Mandala they apparently served as kind of a label house band, supporting a slew of other acts, including Ben E. King and The Vibrations. They also apparently provided concert tour support for various Mandala acts. Their Mandala stint also seemingly resulted in some demo material which were subsequently released on Gallo’s label; apparently without their knowledge or cooperation. 
I’ve listed to 1972’s “Million” a dozen times and haven’t been able to wrap myself around it yet. This band were clearly quite talented, gifted with two talented lead singers in Acardi and Altaville and a first rate rhythm section in Donnifrio and Scaduto. Add to that, Gallo’s engineering and production gave the set a surprisingly clear and tight sound. At the same time, many of the album’s eclectic sound seemed to support the notion much of the material had been recorded as a series of demos. Most of the ten tracks (largely penned by Acardi), had a slightly rough, unfinished feel. Songs like 'Instructions’ and 'Jo Hutte’ also had kind of free-spirited, throwaway feel as if the were written for fun, with no intention of ever releasing them commercially. …..Bad Cat………~




Tracklist 
1 Instructions
2 Sad Song
3 Sunny Day
4 Jimmy’s Tune
5 Million
6 Spitting’ Water
7 Pigs Feet
8 Baby, I Love You
9 Jo Hutter
10 Bring More Money 

Neil Harbus “Harbus” 1973 US Country Rock,Pop Rock,Folk Rock


Neil Harbus “Harbus” 1973 US Country Rock,Pop Rock,Folk Rock
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A nice artifact of the eclectic early ‘70s music world, where folk, soft-pop, country-rock intertwined, and spacy, well-intentioned spirituality floated around like a hippie halo. There’s a little bit of country twang on some songs, but mostly this is a folk-tinged soft-pop singer-songwriter set… Fans of Tom Rush and early Cat Stevens should find this particularly enjoyable. (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue Guide To Country Music)…by… DJ Joe Sixpack …~


The only rare album of American musician Neil Harbus was co-written with Neil Portnow and John Miller … musically there is a mixture of Cat Stevens, Gordon Lightfoot and Lobo…~


Co-produced by Neil Portnow and John Miller, the album featured an all-original collection of material. Musically material like 'Hudson Harbor’, 'Bushes and Brambles’ and 'Open the Door’ found Harbus framed as a member of the sensitive singer/songwriter camp - think along the lines of a less sunny and country-flavored John Denver, a less pop-oriented Lobo, or maybe a second tier Gordon Lightfoot. Given his dry, slightly raspy voice, on tracks like 'Gonna’ Make It This Time’ and 'Songs for Singing’ Harbus actually reminded me a bit of an American Cat Stevens. It wasn’t a heavy, in-your-face style of proselytizing, but exemplified by the closer 'Brother Daniel’, the album also seemed to have a slight religious edge to it. Interestingly, given my usual musical prefer preferences, this one shouldn’t have made much of an impact on me. I won’t try to convince you it was a lost classic, 'cause it wasn’t, but the collection had an enjoyable, almost calming feel and over the years I’ve played it a surprisingly number of times. By the way, 'While the Daylight Shines’ and 'Brother Daniel’ may have been the album’s most interesting performances - not that they were the album’s best tunes, rather because they offered up atypical conventional rockers….Bad Cat….~





Credits 
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – David Wolfert 
Backing Vocals – Amy Hobish, Carl Hall, J.R. Bailey, Nina Tax, Steven Nelson (3), Tasha Thomas 
Bass – Neil Portnow 
Congas – Alexis Guevera* 
Drums – Jim Payne 
Pedal Steel Guitar – Hank DeVito* 
Piano, Organ – Marc Freeman 
Vibraphone – Jon Charles 






Tracks 
01 Gonna’ Make It This Time 
02. While The Daylight Shines 
03. Memphis To Nashville 
04. Hudson Harbor 
05. Country Song 
06. Song For Singing 
07. Bushes And Brambles 
08. Arizona 
09. Open The Door 
10. Brother Daniel 

Harri Stojka Express “Sweet Vienna” 1978 EP Austria Jazz Funk,Jazz Rock Fusion


Harri Stojka Express “Sweet Vienna” 1978 EP Austria Jazz Funk,Jazz Rock Fusion 
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Austrian guitarist Harri Stojka belongs to one of the Romani nationalities of Austria, his career began in 1970 in the band Jano + Harri Stojka in der Arena, then the young self-taught grew up as a bass player in the band “Karl Ratzer Gipsy-Love”, also distinguished himself in quality guitarist in the group Peter Wolfs “Objektiv Truth Orchestra” … in 1973 founded “Harri Stojka Express” and from 1978 to 1982 he released four albums with the band…by…Igor Vitko..~



Harri Stojka is a guitarist, singer, composer and arranger from Vienna. He is a Roma and is one of the key contemporary jazz musicians in Austria. 

Harri was born in Vienna in 1957. The Stojka family are Lovara-Roma, a tribe that emigrated from Hungary and Slovakis in the second half of the 19th Century to what is Austria today. A large part of his family were victims of World War II. Only six of the original 200-plus members of the extended family survived the terror of the Nazi regime, including his father Johann Mongo Stojka. 

Father Johann Mongo, who was also a musician, gave his six-year-old son a plastic guitar that he brought back from a fête. The guitar fascinated young Harri so much that he ended up getting a real instrument shortly thereafter. There is a funny family story related to this: after buying the guitar, his father told little Harri, “You have to practise so long until your fingers start smoking!” After practising for quite a while, Harri said to his father, “Papa, I practise and practise, but no smoke comes out!” 

Harri grew up amidst a wide variety of musical influences. Besides the traditional Roma songs where were sung at festivities, the Stojka family listened to the music of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, the Beatles and American soul. Young Harri was particularly fond of George Harrison, who at that time was his great idol. Later, bebop and jazz came into the mix that left their impression on the young guitarist: Charlie Parker, George Benson, Pat Martino, Joe Pass, Karl Ratzer and especially gypsy jazz legend Django Reinhardt, whom Harri Stojka regarded as the greatest guitar genius of all time. 

Harri Stojka’s career as a professional musician began back in 1970 with the Jano & Harri Stojka group, which he founded while still a teenager with his cousin. After playing in various bands as a guitarist and bass player, he founded Harri Stojka Express in 1973. The band played mostly jazz-funk and released their first LP “Sweet Vienna” in 1978, which was followed up by the album “…of the Bone” in 1980. In the following year, Harri Stojka appeared at the “Guitar Summit” held at the renowned Montreux Jazz Festival, where he overwhelmed both critics and audience alike. His appearance was legendary, launching him to international fame. The concert was recorded, by the way, and can be heard on “Live at Montreux”. 

Apart from his work as a jazz musician, Harri Stojka has been increasingly involved since the mid-1990s in various projects featuring Roma music and particularly its fusion with other styles of music. Many of his releases have a whiff of world music about them and are often defined as “gypsysoul”. 

One of the projects is called Gitancoeur in which Harri Stojka and other top musicians including singer Jelena Krstic, combine songs from the rich treasure of traditional Roma culture with elements of contemporary music styles. He has released three CDs with Gitancoeur up to now, the latest being the album “Gitancoeur d’Europe”, which came out in 2011. 

Another project is “Gypsysoul” with which Harry Stojka brought out the album “Garude Apsa” in 2005. Garude apsa is Romani for ‘hidden tears’. In this project, Harri Stojka commemorates the liberation from the Nazi regime and its victims. The album is to be a reminder of the musical roots of the Roma and to give today’s generation, the children and grandchildren of those who survived, pride and courage to face the future - in a Europe that in its culture and music became a reality long before an understanding of a European union could come about with other peoples – says the musician. 

Harri Stojka India Express is another of the musician’s projects. He and violinist Mosa Sisic went on a journey to their musical roots. Part jazz, with which he began his career, and part Indian, as the country where his ancestors originated. This resulted in a musical world tour from Rajasthan through Southeast Europe to Paris and on to Louisiana. The project was also made into a film. Five weeks long, Austrian filmmaker Klaus Hundsbichler and his crew accompanied Harry Stojka and Mosa Simic (who is also a Roma) on the search for their roots in India. The film received a ROMY in the category of “Best Cinema Documentary 2011”. 

Besides the projects mentioned above, Harri Stojka is still as active as ever as a jazz and swing musician. In 2004, he released the recording “A Tribute to Swing” as a reminiscence to the classic European gypsy swing of the 1930s and 1940s. The album was nominated for the German Music Critics Prize and also in Germany for the Echo Prize for “Best Foreign CD Production” in 2005. Likewise in 2005, Harri Stojka was awarded best musician in the category of “Jazz National” by the Austrian music magazine Concerto. His most recent releases are the two albums “Heavy Stuff” and “Hot Club de Vienne” which came out in 2014. 

Aside from his activities as a musician, Harri Stojka is engaged in various cultural-historical, social and political projects. In 2012, for example, he and the Gipsy Music Association launched a photography campaign “Ich bin gegen das Wort Zigeuner” (I’m against the word ‘gypsy’). The campaign was directed against the use of this derogatory and discriminating term and was supported by a number of prominent figures. The campaign got wide media coverage in both Austria and abroad. For his dedication, Harri Stojka was also awarded the Decoration of Honour in Gold for services to the Republic of Austria in 2013. Harri Stojka regularly organises workshops, mostly on the topic of gypsy jazz und Roma music. 

Harri Stojka gives a wide variety of concerts around the world. He plays and has played at major jazz and world music festivals and also performs many gigs in clubs….~





Tracklist 
1 The Jungle 3:26 
2 Right On 4:03 
3 Heart In Two 1:11 
4 Sweet Vienna 2:05 
5 Halftime 5:56




Discography
Sweet Vienna, 1978 
Off the Bone, 1980 
Live in Montreux, 1981 
Camera, 1981 
Tight, 1982 
Brother to Brother, 1985 
Live, 1987 
Say Yes, 1985 
Gon Shanel, (Geco Tonwaren, 2000) 
Gitancoeur, (Geco Tonwaren, 2000) 
Harri Stojka & Gitancoeur Unplugged, (Geco Tonwaren, 2002) 
Live at the Roma Wedding, (Geco Tonwaren/Groove Attack, 2004 ) 
A Tribute to Swing, (Geco Tonwaren /Groove Attack, 2005) 
Gipsy Soul – Garude Apsa, (Geco Tonwaren/Indigo, 2005) 

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