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Lalle Larsson - Lalle Larsson's Weaveworld - Infinity of Worlds CD (album) cover


Lalle Larsson


Eclectic Prog

3.77 | 88 ratings

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progpig66 (arnold)
5 stars Who can imagine my surprise, when I noticed at the bottom of the rating line of one of my other top favourite artists, the same morose line up of two star raters as I noticed below District 97. Again a line of silly names like marfish, purplefloydfish, daemacho and waeguk, all entered practically at the same time, all rated "Infinity Of Words" at two stars. What is this???

"Infinity Of Words" is one of the most beautiful albums, that entered my collection lately. A superb blend of keyboard based jazz and melodic progressive rock, embellished with a tad bit of metal influences is producing a wonderful set of beautiful fully instrumental compositions. Of course: Lalle Larsson is the glorious central figure on this second album of his Weaveworld trilogy. But what to think of the guitarists Richard Hallebeek and Stefan Rosquist. They blend perfectly with the well-chosen keyboard sounds of Lalle Larsson. With a superb rhythm section, consisting of bass player Jonas Reingold and drummer Walle Wahlgren, you can't go wrong.

Not a weak moment on this album, but if I had to pick a favourite title, it would probably be "A Demon's Kiss", with its beautiful languish piano theme. I played this album over and over and over again and I just keep on loving it!

Screw the depressing two star raters, mine will be a well-deserved 5 star !!!


progpig66 (arnold) | 5/5 |


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