Norwegian guitar legend Terje Rypdal has been a mainstay of the ECM label nearly since its inception. His latest release, Vossabrygg, finds him returning to, but expanding on, the music of early albums like What Comes After (ECM, 1974). He makes no bones about the impact Miles Davis' electric music has had on him, and AAJ contributor R.J. DeLuke encourages Terje to speak about the early fusion years and the vibrant performing scene back then, as well as what it takes to put together a contemporary homage to Miles that is, nevertheless, pure Rypdal.
Read RJ's insightful interview here.
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