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35 Tapes

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3.84 | 30 ratings | 2 reviews | 13% 5 stars

Excellent addition to any
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Studio Album, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Travel (8:12)
2. Circles (7:11)
3. Wasteland (8:21)
4. Mushrooms (19:26)

Total Time 43:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Morten Lund / acoustic & electric guitars, lap steel, sitar, keyboards, Mellotron, vocals
- Jarle Wangen / bass, acoustic & electric guitars, vocals
- Bjørn Stokkeland / drums

Releases information

LP Apollon Records ‎- ARTP003LP (2019, Norway)

CD Apollon Records ‎- ARTP003CD (2019, Norway)

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35 TAPES Lost & Found ratings distribution

(30 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(43%)
Good, but non-essential (43%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Progfan97402
4 stars It might seem strange any band would name themselves 35 Tapes until you realize that's the amount of tapes inside a Mellotron M400. Since these guys indeed use Mellotron and plenty of it that they're named 35 Tapes. These guys advertise that they're not for virtuoso showmanship and instead go for a nice blend of symphonic prog that emphasizes the melodic side of it. Guitars from Morten Lund and Jarle Wangen that reminds me of Andy Latimer for electric leads and of Anthony Phillips during the more acoustic pastoral moments. Morten Lund provides also tons of analog keyboard like various synths and of course Mellotron. Bjørn Stokkeland provides drums and right away your notice he isn't trying to show off. I though another Norwegian band Jordsjø seemed pretty modest but 35 Tapes more so. Despite all those there are only four cuts, one that takes up side two and none of this overstays their welcome as the music is full of emotion and inspired playing. Really well worth your time.

Latest members reviews

4 stars Many newcomers are inspired by their musical heroes, when cutting the very first album. And 35 TAPES is yet another unit confirming this principle. That being said, their CD 'Lost & Found' sounds like a refined blend rather than a blatant copy. This Norwegian group is made up of: Morten Lund (e ... (read more)

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