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4.00 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Jeremiah 1:14 (3:00)
2. Firehorn (6:58)
3. Lisbet (5:15)
4. Domen (7:45)
5. March in 5/4 (5:54)
6. Requiem (11:11)

Total Time 40:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Anders Buaas / guitars, keyboards, mandolin, banjo, effects
- Rune Erling Pedersen / drums
- Are Gogstad / bass
- Henrik Madsen / percussion, snare drum (5)

- Gudny Aspaas / voices (6)
- Filip Hauan Gundersen / tuba, bass trombone (2)

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CD / LP Self-released (2019)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(43%)
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4 stars Norwegian composer and musician Anders BUAAS has a long history as a band member of various acts in Norway, and has also been a touring guitarist for artists such as Tim Owens and Paul Dianno. In 2017 he decided to venture out as a solo artist as well, releasing the first album of his trilogy "The Witches of Finnmark". The concluding chapter of this trilogy appeared towards the tail end of 2019 through Norwegian label Apollon Records.

Those who are fond of atmospheric laden progressive rock with something of a folk music foundation will find a lot to enjoy about Anders Buaas' latest production. Well made and well produced, without any technical weak spots and with good to strong quality compositions to boot. That so many of the guitar solo runs had that Gilmourian spirit to them makes me suspect that fans of fellow Norwegian artist Bjorn Riis might also find this album to be well worth a check.

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