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4.80 | 48 ratings | 2 reviews | 75% 5 stars

Essential: a masterpiece of
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DVD/Video, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Introvertus Fugu - Part I (9:03)
2. Höstsejd (12:22)
3. Längtans Klocka (16:23)
4. Jordrök (12:50)
5. Sorgmantel (14:54)
6. Vandringar I Vilsenhet (13:18)
7. El Ímpetu Del Bosque (6:55)
8. Kung Bore (17:30)
9. Sista Somrar (17:19)

Total time 120:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Tord Lindman / vocals (2,6,8), electric guitar, gong, percussion
- Jonas Engdegård / electric & acoustic guitars
- Anna Holmgren / flute, tenor sax, recorder (4), Mellotron (5), melodica (5,9), percussion
- Linus Kåse / Hammond B3, Mellotron, MiniMoog, Rhodes, piano, soprano sax (1,3), vocals (6,8)
- Johan Brand / bass, bass pedals, Moog Minitaur
- Erik Hammarström / drums, percussion, gran casa, vibes (1,4-7), glockenspiel (5)

Releases information

Concert at Musikkflekken, Sandvika, Norway in February 21st, 2015

Artwork: Joel Barrios

DVD/BD Änglagård Records ‎- AGR-L001 (2017, US)

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ÄNGLAGÅRD Made In Norway ratings distribution

(48 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(75%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(21%)
Good, but non-essential (2%)
Collectors/fans only (2%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
5 stars This is the first official video of the band in filmed in Sandvika, Norway February 21, 2015. The venue is very small probably not more that one hundred people there. So the cameras were very close capturing some really close shots of the musicians. The visuals are restricted to the basic lighting of any small clubs. But the best is the music and the discrete surround sound makes this video a very pleasant experience. I must say that the discovery of their "Hybris" album in 1993 was something special for me and I continued to follow the band even thought they made only 3 albums. In this 2 hours of music, we have a good representation of those albums, all epic songs of vintage 70's prog rock with their own style of symphonic based around the flute, guitars, and keyboards developing the melody with a solid rhythm section. The dark and melancholic atmosphere of their music must have been inspired by their long winter nights in Sweden and explain why bands coming out that country have a similar sound. So, the music here is great as we could expect and seeing this band played in front of a small crowd was like seeing a great band at their debut, but here, the band contrary to some bands that have become more popular and playing in front of larger crowd, are still living out their music of passion only.

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5 stars I was really excited when I read about the release of this Blu Ray/ DVD set. It was released by Änglagård's Fan club in the US so it may not be too easy to get hold of outside the US but it's no doubt worth any extra hassle. As stated before, the venue is small and the atmosphere is very intimate ... (read more)

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