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Omlott MLR 010 CD
Released on December 1, 2015 
Simon Cecil: vocals on LP side A1, A2 
Nema: vocals on LP side A1, A2, violin A3, A4, side B 
Bengt Nordström: tenor sax on LP side B and 7" side A, clarinet on 7" side B 
Peeter Uuskyla: voice and drums on LP side A and B, drums on 7"single side B 
Björn Alke: bass on 7" single side B 
Archaic Sounds, Natural Music & Joy 
This album is about a way to simply make raw, basic, natural and joyful music. 
This album is also about and with the Swedish saxophone visionary Bengt Nordström, 
"Frippe" who first of all talked to me about making and playing natural music. 
The legend of Bengt Nordström (1936-2000) tells how he picked up the clarinet and the 
saxophone after being deeply touched by the music of Tony Scott and Sonny Rollins. 
Then meeting Ornette Coleman and Albert Ayler changed his musical vision; so much that he 
no longer fit into the contemporary jazz scene in Sweden. Frippe spoke of a totally 
spontaneous, improvised, creative music at a time when everyone else was trying to master 
bebop. Because of this, he was left to play alone for many years. He became "the outsider"; that 
nobody wanted, or had the nerve to play with. During intermissions at clubs, like the "Golden 
Circle", he took the opportunity to play small solo concerts and recorded himself. 
He released small editions of his work on his own "Bird Notes" label. Although the recordings 
were mostly solo sax, on rare occasions, he was joined by Don Cherry on trumpet, bassist 
Sven Hessle or bassist Björn Alke who would show up to play duets with him. His collection 
had two releases: Albert Aylers; "Something Different!!!!!!" (BNLP 1) and Bengt Nordströms 
own; "Natural Music" (BNLP 2). The other recordings were not numbered or catalouged but 
were released as LPs and EPs. 
It was not until the mid 70s that Bengt Frippe Nordström formed his own band, the 
"Miljövårdsverket". After some years of trying different constellations, the musicians, bassist 
Björn Alke (1938-2000), violin player Lars Svanteson (b. 1949) and myself, drummer Peeter 
Uuskyla (b. 1951), became established as a "working unit" and cut the albums "Now ́s The 
Frippe Time" (Dragon Records DRLP 82), "The Environmental Control Office" (Ayler 
Records aylCD-021/022), "Frippe ́s Protocol" (aylDL-086) and "Creative 
Addition" (aylDL-116). 
This album is also about me talking to my children Nema (b. 1993) and Simon Cecil (b. 1990) 
to continue making natural music with your own voice, body and whatever music instruments 
you use. This album is recreated, created and recorded 2015. Hope you like it! 
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