Mr. Brown - Mellan Tre Ögon CD (album) cover


Mr. Brown


Prog Folk

3.02 | 11 ratings

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3 stars 3.5 realy

Mr Brown is an obscure progressive rock band comeing from Sweden. They release a single album in 1977 named Mellan tr Ogon and re released at label Transubstans in 2006. I was pleasently surprised obout this album, nice compositions, even in places are a little forced, good musicianship and enjoyble overall album. Mr Brown plays a hibrid between symphonic prog like Atlas or Kaipa and folk a la Kaamos with a touch of Focus in places, with nice flute elements , great guitar interplayand some very good keyboards elements From time to time some space moments are interluded very smooth between symphonic arrangem,ents, that gives a special atmosphere and a typical swedish sound. The best pieces are the spacey Universe - excellent pieces, Tornet - a track who sounds like a church choir - impressive piece, under one min, but what a atmosphere gives this tune and last track I'll arise, a good piece with vocals in english, the album alternats between pieces with voice and a lot of instrumental passages. So, for this unknown band and album I will give 3 solid stars. One of the pleasently albums from Sweden from late'70's. Great cover art, and funy inside booklet drawings.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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