What We Must
|What We Must|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 25, 2005|
Propeller Music Division, Norway
Uphon Studios, Germany
|Genre||Post-rock, ambient electronica, jazz fusion|
|Producer||Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim, Marcus Schmickler|
|Jaga Jazzist chronology|
The album was produced by Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim and Marcus Schmickler. It was recorded by Mario Thaler in Uphon Studios, Germany July 2004, by Marcus Schmickler in Piethopraxis, Germany August 2004 and by Mike Hartung and Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim in Propeller Music Division, Norway October-December 2004. Mixed by Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim and Mike Hartung in Propeller Music Dicision, December 2004. Mastered by Mike Hartung in Propeller Music Division.
Design of the album by Kim Hiorthøy and, to lesser extent, by Harald Frøland and Andreas Hessen Schei.
The title of the album was borrowed from a fanzine for Nieves Publishers.
All music arranged by Jaga Jazzist with Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim and Marcus Schmickler.
|1.||"All I Know Is Tonight"||Lars Horntveth, Andreas Hessen Schei||7:40|
|2.||"Stardust Hotel"||Jørgen Munkeby, Lars Horntveth, Mathias Eick||6:28|
|3.||"For All You Happy People"||Andreas Mjøs, Lars Horntveth||3:58|
|4.||"Oslo Skyline"||Lars Horntveth||5:31|
|5.||"Swedenborgske Rom"||Andreas Hessen Schei||8:46|
|7.||"I Have A Ghost, Now What?"||Lars Horntveth||7:32|
- Mathias Eick - trumpet, upright bass, vibraphone, keyboards, solina strings, vocals
- Ketil Vestrum Einarsen - flute, alto flute, toy sax, wind controller
- Harald Frøland - guitars and effects
- Lars Horntveth - guitars, Bb clarinet, bass-clarinet, soprano sax, Mellotron, keyboards, lap steel, glockenspiel, tamboura, vocals
- Line Horntveth - tuba, percussion, vocals
- Martin Horntveth - drums, percussion, gong, vocals
- Andreas Mjøs - guitars, vibraphone, Omnichords, marimba, percussion, glockenspiel
- Even Ormestad - bass, SH-101, baritone guitar, piano, marimba
- Andreas Hessen Schei - Synthesizers, Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer, piano, Mellotron, vocals
- Lars Wabø - trombone, euphonium
- Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim - keyboards, Theremin, percussion
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