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Bjorn Lynne

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3.23 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Dance of Hadin (2:26)
2. The Sisters of Asper (8:13)
3. Jooli's Song (7:35)
4. The Return of Safar Timura (7:49)
5. The Mural (4:42)
6. On Conjurer's Seas (6:16)
7. King Felino and the Slay Ground (6:46)
8. Lottyr, Lady of the Hells (7:24)
9. Two Kings in Hadinland (14:12)
10. The Ringmaster (6:41)

Total Time: 72:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Bjorn Lynn / acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, bass guitar and percussion

- Dave Foster (Mr. So & So) / guitar
- Fred Schendel & Steve Babb (Glass Hammer) / keyboards
- Mark Robotham (Grey Lady Down & Thieves Kitchen) / drums
- Mark Knight (K-Passa) / violin
- Rebecca Webster / flute
- Ken Senior (Purple & Evolution / guitar & bass
- Marc Pattison / guitar
- Vince Vrbancic / guitar

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Proximity Records 2004
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BJORN LYNNE The Gods Awaken ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
Good, but non-essential (43%)
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Review by Hibou
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3 stars Here is yet another colourful album by the young master of electronics. Although BJORN LYNNE has hired a cast of musicians this time around, giving the album more of a 'band' feel than on his previous "Wolves of the Gods", the compositions are perhaps a little less inspired than those on "Wolves". Judging from the few LYNN albums I own, the man seems wont to include at least one catchy tune on each of his CD's - in the case of "The Gods Awaken", we are treated to a lively and powerfully orchestrated piece called "Two Kings in Hadinland". Some strong moments can especially be heard on "The Sisters of Asper", "On Conjurer's Seas", "King Felino and the Slay Ground" and "Lottyr, Lady of the Hells". Overall, however, the album is a little moodier, more somber than usual. One can't help thinking this music would have made a terrific soundtrack to a movie such as 'Lord of the Rings'.

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