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Inner ear

Inner Ear (established in 2007 in Bodø, Norway) is a Norwegian label initiated and led by the brothers and Jazz musicians, Tore Johansen and Roger Johansen.

They opened "Inner Ear" to release their own music, when their former label, Gemini Records, was closed down. The name "Inner Ear" is based on "the fact that all musical creation, without exceptions, arises from the musicians own brains. They hear it by their "inner ear" before they play the music".[1]


  • Tore Johansen, Rainbow Session (INEA01, 2007)
  • Roger Johansen, World of Emily (INEA02, 2007)
  • Vigleik Storaas Trio, Now (INEA03, 2007)
  • Tore Johansen, Giving (INEA04, 2008)
  • Albatrosh, Seagull Island (INEA05, 2009)
  • Tore Johansen, Jazz mass (INEA06, 2009)
  • Tore Johansen, I.S. (INEA07, 2010)
  • Vigleik Storaas, Open Ears (INEA08, 2010)
  • Albatrosh, Mystery Orchestra with Grenager & Tafjord (INEA09, 2010)
  • Tore Johansen, Natt, stille (INEA10, 2010)
  • Tore Johansen, Nord (INEA11, 2011), guest Odd Børretzen read ”Nord” by Rolf Jacobsen
  • Roger Johansen feat. Georg Riedel, Fine Together (INEA12, 2010)
  • Hayden Powell, The Attic (INEA13, 2011)
  • Eva Trones, “Tango for en – Sanger av Terje Nilsen (INEA14, 2011)
  • Tore Johansen, Double Rainbow (INEA15, 2012)
  • Vigleik Storaas Trio, Epistel (INEA16, 2012)
  • Tore Johansen, Open Minds (INEA17, 2012), commission for Bodø Jazz Open 2012, with vocalist Sarah Riedels presenting lyrics by Tomas Tranströmer
  • Terje Nilsen, Gledeståra (INEA18, 2012)


  1. ^ "Inner Ear Official Website". 

External links

  • Inner Ear Official Website
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