Big musikalbum , Mr. Bungle , Mr. Jeczalik och Gary Langan. Bernard Sumner Bring Your Daughter Ramone C. Chesney Henry "Chet" Baker, Jr. Chick Corea under en konsert i Deauville Commando Musse Pigg som snabbt bytte namn till Commando M Pigg och senare till Commando, var en svensk musikgrupp, aktiv mellan och Kirk Windstein, frontman i Crowbar.
Dave Holland med Anthony Braxton Trio, Decade: Greatest Hits, samlingsalbum med den brittiska gruppen Duran Duran utgivet Radio K. Joey Ramone Ronald och Nancy Reagan Dizzy Gillespie och Sergio Caputo. Svenska Dagladets operapris eg. The Beach Boys The Cross var ett brittiskt rockband bildat av Queens trummis Roger Taylor. Uncle Tupelo var ett amerikanskt alt-countryband, bildat i Belleville, Illinois och aktivt mellan och Yes, Virginia Det ger en kort definition av varje koncept och dess relationer.
Skapa konto Logga in. Hands down the standout track in this collection, it was featured on an British acid jazz comp in the 90's which brought new attention to the original Odeon album which, of course, skyrocketed in value and provoked the demand for a CD reissue in , expanded with neglectable singles tracks by Doris's previous pop outfit Plums.
Worth mentioning is that horror painter and sometime cover art designer Hans Arnold did the short but wonderful intro sequence of the series. The soundtrack recording was sung by James Hollingworth, released as a 45 in , the same year the TV series became a mandatory watch to hoardes of Swedish viewers.
I've added a link to the intro at the end of this review for you to compare Doris original track to the reworked soundtrack variant. The title track of "Did You Give the World Some Love Today Baby" is a nice enough easy listening tinged pop track, but the next best tracks after "You Never Come Closer" are "Don't" and "Beatmaker", both utilizing a charming flower sprinkled groove in a mild funky fashion.
But they never come closer to perfection than "You Never Come Closer" does A classic album for whatever reason, but still overrated to my ears. And not progg. Some background info: Pelle Karlsson was an unbelievably popular Christian singer in Sweden in the mid 70's.
In and the years to come, he was everywhere, doing television performances and getting frequent radio plays like any secular artist. The album sold in impressive amounts, but Karlsson was a reluctant star. As a matter of fact, he hesitated to even record it, thinking he should go all in as a pastor, preaching to his likeminded on the Pentecoastal Church scene.
But fate -- or God if that's your inclination -- obviously had other plans for him. Which means that now, as the era of Jesus music as we know it is long gone, you see his breakthrough album in every flea market and charity shop all over Sweden. There are in fact so many of them that you'd be honestly surprised if you walk into a junk shop with only five crappy albums on offer and Karlsson's album isn't one of them.
This in turn has led to a peculiar cult among crate diggers with a particular sense of humour: When you find the album lovingly nicknamed "Pelle's green one" due to the cover art's background colour in a charity shop, front the album, i. Thus you can easily tell if a 'fronter' has been there before you. I doubt that very few people too young to have experienced Pellemania partaking in this tongue-in-cheek cult has even heard the album. And most of us who indeed are old enough usually try to ignore that we did.
Not that Pelle Karlsson was a bad singer. True he wasn't the most pitch-perfect singer ever, and true his vibrato might be just a little bit over-developed, but he was in possession of a sonorous voice with a wee bit of Elvis in it. It's just that the whole thing has become a standing joke and, well, you just don't listen to his albums.
That's 'albums', in plural, because he released several before retreating to congregational activities which is still his primary occupation. So, Pelle Karlsson is not someone you put on your want list. But -. All for a good reason -- "He Is There" is simply one of the most impressive psych tracks to emerge out of Sweden, ever. I know for a fact that my jaw wasn't the only to drop with a loud 'thud' when I heard it for the first time.
My jaw was seriously disjointed once I learnt that the singer in this obscure band was one Per-Olof "Pelle" Karlsson. I've been on the hunt for the album from which it - "Sing Out My Soul" was taken from ever since.
People have found it in charity shops for next to nothing, but I'm not one of them. I was expecting heaven after all, chances were somehow good for that No way the album as a whole could possibly match the stunning grandeur of the doomy organ-laced "He Is There" with a fuzz guitar solo to knock buildings into dust.
And so, thanks to a friend of this blog, the album finally came my way. The waiting was over. The kingdom of the Lord was at hand. But let's be frank: "He Is There" is in a league of its own. No other track here comes even close in mood, intensity and characteristics. The second best track is "I Surrender All", with surges of wah wah and soulful vocals. The remainder of "Sing Out My Soul" ranges from the passable to the s. Among the better of the lesser songs is the title track, a relaxed blues gospel with some more Elvis inspired singing from Karlsson to a nice laidback beat.
The whole album has an appealing garage-like sound and several good intentions but it's generally kept down by the unnecessarily cautious band supporting him. My overall impression is that "Sing Out My Soul" is a missed opportunity.
It could have been so much better had it been a little bit more in your face. It's better than any of Karlsson's solo albums but it lacks the final push to make it great.
If you find it cheap, it's worth a go for "He Is There" and the rather nice album cover, but don't expect too much of the rest. New Creation had another album out on Prim Records in , "Jerusalem", this time with Swedish lyrics, plus another one also in Swedish credited to Pelle Karlsson in , "Till alla" on the Signatur imprint.
The latter one is mostly remembered for the title track that features some comically unskilled sitar playing. He Is There Amen. Thomas Almqvist's second solo effort is an altogether different beast to his debut "Nyanser" released a year earlier.
Gone are most of the tranquil new age styled relaxation pieces for acoustic guitars, and in its place, more complex and fusion invoked workouts with a full band on several of the cuts. The title of the opening number "L. Exit" suggests the same studio gloss of L. Express's stockbroker fusion as the the music itself. While some tracks are still acoustic, they too reveal a change in aesthetics.
Although I'd never listen to fusion unless I had this blog or was threatened by blunt force to my head perhaps not even then , I can still distinguish good fusion from bad fusion, and this falls heavy in the latter category.
At least "Nyanser" had its qualities as unintrusive and faceless background music perfect for watering your plants or wiping the dust you've put of wiping off the shelves for far too long already, but this is just plain boring. I've been dilly-dallying forever whether to include this album here or not until finally deciding to go for it. Tayfun Karatekin had several singles released in his native Turkey when he arrived in Sweden to record this one, rare highly sought-after by some and lavishly produced album with touches of horn rock, funk, jazz, asphalt soul.
First album by American lesbian rights band Isis sometimes leaps to mind. Tayfun himself is a powerful singer, with a rich baryton voice that at times has a striking resemblance to 60's Scott Walker.
It must have been tempting to Tayfun to oversing with a distinctive and forceful voice like that, but thankfully he sticks to his guns and avoid going Tom Jones all over the music.
I like his voice and I think it keeps the songs fresh even when the material itself is only so-so and the arrangements tend to become a bit bloated with brass, choir, and woodwinds. It's definitely a product of its time, simply because they don't make albums like this anymore. Although I'm fully aware the album won't sit that well with a lot of readers of this blog, I'm also a sucker for good singers musical enough to hold a tune why I actually found it rather enjoyable.
A scarce private pressing but also one of very limited interest. The moody and primitive cover art and the basement fidelity might trigger one to believe this could be a bleak hard rock album, but anyone nurturing any such expectations will be painfully disappointed.
But had the songs been any good, chances are that this five-piece would have messed them up anyway due to their lack of instrumental skills, as proven by the only track here showing some potential, "Bluesen i din kropp". I don't have much to say about "Sista skriket", it's simply a bad record with few if any redeeming qualities. It doesn't turn up that often, and I've really no idea how much the estimated value might be.
Not that it matters, because if you pay for it all, you pay too much compared to what you actually get. It's albums like this that makes me question my vocation. Why do I do this?
How far am I willing to go with this blog? Is it really just a karmic punishment for mistakingly killing a squirrel in a previous life by sitting on it thinking it was a small cushion? Am I a bad person? Is it only right that I suffer? For a long time, I've put off writing about "Danish Design". Yeah, you've already figured our why. It's Danish. The title already says so. Or so I tried to convince myself, ignoring the cold, hard facts. And they are as follows: The album is recorded in Sweden.
Engineered by another Swede, Lasse Gustavsson. All musicians except Mads Vinding himself are Swedish he's, you know, Danish. Digital LCD display. Engelsk bruksanvisning. Uteffekt 2 - 1,5 W. Aux audio-in. Vikt 1,45 kg. Vikt 2,2 kg. Output effekt: 30 W RMS.
Digital LCD-display. FM i stereo. Manuell skivspelararm. Line-out uttag RCA-typ. Auto stop turntable. USB recording encoding.
Manuell arm. Nr Turkos Buddy Holly Nr M Sun Records Nr M Devils Jukebox Nr M Vinyl Rules Nr M Nr M Nr Scooters Nr Free beer Nr Red label Nr Ice cold beer Drift: V 50 Hz. Kapacitet: gram majskorn. Lagar upp till 8 korvar samtidigt. Tillverkad i metall och plast. Vikt 1,5 kg. Dessutom i snygg retrodesign! Drift: W.
Korrosions och rostfri. Nr Kapsyl Djup: ca. Diameter 55 cm. Nr A Vit Drivs med AA-batteri. Det handlar om makt och kontroll. Den har en enorm kraft! Med enhandsfattning och enkel frontladdning. Kalla sidor. Emaljerad innertank. Detta lock kommer spara mycket tid och frustration. Effekt W. Vikt: 1. Kanna av glas. Elektronik kr kr 1.
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