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LANDET LEVERPASTEJ

Grovjobb

 

Prog Folk

3.86 | 6 ratings

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1971
5 stars Fantastic!!! This is far better than Änglagård!!! Not that they are similar, but they are both contemporary Swedish instrumental prog bands, so that's the reason for the comparison. In Änglagård, I've always found the music a bit stiff. Grovjobb has a heavy and quite jazzy groove in their music, and with a lot of "live-feel". This jamming and groovy playing makes it sound like a live set. There are also folk-inspired parts, so the directions are jazz, folk and rock, but it blends together perfectly with the superb musicianship. The flute brings thoughts to Jethro Tull, and the jazzy parts to King Crimson. If you're a fan of old school prog and appreciate good musicianship you would probably love "Landet Leverpastej". The band name "Grovjobb" translates "hard work", and that's certainly what this band puts in their music. I'm not patriotic, but this is definitely an album that deserves full five stars! Without a doubt!
1971 | 5/5 |

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