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RANAROP / CALL OF THE SEA WITCH

Gjallarhorn

 

Prog Folk

3.97 | 7 ratings

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jaenne
4 stars Ok. I first heard this through library's collection and it was a hit! Before Gjallarhorn I was listening to a Swedish group Garmarna for awhile and liked it a lot. But when you find something as good and enjoyable from your own country, it surely is a moment of pride and happiness. I bought the two (first) albums and since then they have been at the top 10 list of my all time favourites! A few years ago I had a change to see them live, they were great, althought the rest of the audience seemed to be with "not so sure what to think"-attitude. They played in a big gym hall where there was no more than 50 people and very poor acoustics, but they did it well. I'm not very pleased with their last album, since I've only heard it once (maybe that's the reason).

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