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Lalle Larsson


Eclectic Prog

4.08 | 79 ratings

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4 stars After I was really attracted by Swedish keyboardist Lalle's album from year 2010 (" Infinity Of Worlds"), I found this ,his previous album, I didn't listen before.

Not a big surprise - music there is really high quality mix of symphonic (Scandinavian) metal, vintage jazz fusion and some modern classical instrumentations. Very well balanced, melodic, but never too cheesy, with many rhythm and structures variations. One great album of modern instrumental progressive rock.

This album (as next one as well) is released on bassist Jonas Reingold own label, and Jonas plays on it (besides of other known Swedish symphonic metal high class musicians). Comparing with " Infinity Of Worlds", what is not very logical chronologically, but quite logical for me and some other listeners, who will find out this album after they were attracted by successful release from 2010, Weaveworld is more classic-influenced, a bit more chamber and less heavy. But in all, if you like Infinity Of The Worlds, you will like this album as well.

Very pleasant and quality mainstream instrumental prog ( strongly influenced by Swedish symphonic (metal) prog school) release. Not the album for fans of advanced,experimental music though.

snobb | 4/5 |


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