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FlÀsket brinner

flÀsket brinner

It's more in the vein of Swing than Fusion but still kind of Avant-Garde. But do not get fooled, this is still highly intresting music and the beat from the ace drummer Bosse Skoglund is tight but at the same time loose! FlÀsket Brinner owes a lot of their sound to those aforementioned bands, although they infused quite a bit of their own thang into the mix. Sound-wise, live they're more like an early Floyd Astronomy Domine-type. And somehow they make it work. Med dessa nytillskott upptrÀdde bandet Äterigen pÄ GÀrdesfesten, med en repertoar bestÄende av Hanssons lÄtar frÄn skivan samt en del.

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FlÀsket brinner

flÀsket brinner

. In 2003, when the second album was reissued, the band was reunited. They play an excerpt of Bo Hansson's Lord of the Rings on Tysta Finskan. Gruppen förstÀrktes Àven under livespelningar av pÄ piano. On these songs there is a lot of room for soli on guitar often drenched in wah-wah and improvisations, I love it! Ganglaten is quite good and structured while Tyska finskan sounds more like a stretched out jam, and most probably they really made heavy use of improvisations.

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The Swedish Progg Blog: FLÄSKET BRINNER

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During my first listening session I notice that FlÀsket Brinner sounds pleasant, melodic and tight, these are all crafted musicians, especially the guitar players are 'killers' and the rhythm-section plays very dynamic. A fantastic combination of great composition skills and fine improvisations! The addition of these experienced musicians brought FlÀsket to a whole new level and this constellation are more than ready to meet their fans - both the old and the new ones. I fell for it head over heels truth be told. Posted Friday, January 25, 2008 Review 159737 I bought the Mellotronen reissue of this, when it just had been released in 2003. . It is a legible, clear and personal sound that cannot be mistaken for anything else. .

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FlÀsket Brinner

flÀsket brinner

But most of all, the band sound like themselves. If one should try and describe the music they play it usually means emphasizing that it is very influenced by jazz, partly because it is instrumental but also because it is based on improvisation. Much like ze Germans did around the same time, the emphasis was on feel and cutting each other enough slack to actually permeate the outer regions of the stratosphere with music that was as gelatinous, rocking and free as only modern day Nutella seems to be. Please note that these gradings don't reflect my opinions on the music itself! As a band, they could conjure majestic riffs that could be intense yet oddly hummable. FlÀsket Brinner - 2003 - The Swedish Radio Recordings 1970-1975 fully remastered Info: A must have for all fans of Bo HÄnsson Overall a great addition to anyone's collection and a must for fans of trippy, jamming music and of course of Bo's early recordings who appeared later on his solo works under different song naming. PÄ spelningen i konserthuset var FlÀsket brinner förband till.

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FLÄSKET BRINNER discography and reviews

flÀsket brinner

This band is recommended for their energetic performance and enthusiastic live shows in both albums. The sax replaces the flute 3 minutes in and we get some organ here too. I december 1971 slÀpptes singeln Wild Thing, dÀr dock inte Stenson medverkade. Posted Friday, January 12, 2007 Review 107230 3. They also do some songs from their first album and a song claimed to be a tango, funny enough. FlÀsket Brinner is, with its mixture of rock, jazz and folk music one of the premier representatives of the musically interesting period of prog mu. It's always good to carry a little burning flesh with you wherever you go.

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FlÀsket Brinner

flÀsket brinner

The last disc represent a later line up from the mid 70's, still with Dahlen, Bergsten and Bruun at the helm. Two more short tracks follows, the guitar-heavy Rava and the organ dominated Uppsala gard. When it gets fuller we gets some organ runs and sax excursions. Perhaps not as famous as national cohorts, Samla Mammas Manna, FlÀsket Brinner The Flesh is Burning created a fantastic album here that should definitely be heard by more people. Flute and sax are back after 9 minutes then the percussion leads 12 minutes in to the end.

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FlÀsket brinner

flÀsket brinner

But most of all, the band sound like themselves. FlĂ€sket Brinner is, with its mixture of rock, jazz and folk music one of the premier representatives of the musically interesting period of prog music — a sound that lasts till today. Anderssons Groove 3:55 Side 2: 1. Jazz pianist Bobo Stenson used to join them on stage. Disc two is from Swedish Radio Studio in Gothenburg, November 9th,1971.

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FlÀsket brinner (musikalbum)

flÀsket brinner

Well if you thought these guys were insane, then it probably won't surprise you to know that their preferred way of showing up at a gig back then, was with their teeth painted black. Yet, just as you start to feel comfortable with that, they drop into some Santana-ish percussion-heavy groove. The music it contains is a wonderful blend of everything that made the end of the 60s great - combined with the newly found adventurism of the impending decade. Flera av medlemmarna hade tidigare spelat tillsammans i bandet. The music festivals at GĂ€rdet in Stockholm are at the centre of what is presented and accompanying photos are from the festivals.

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