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Pär Lindh and Björn Johansson

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4.29 | 57 ratings | 2 reviews | 44% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dream One (5:19)
2. Dream Two (6:04)
3. Dream Three (4:18)
4. Dream Four (11:22)
5. Dream Five (7:18)
6. Dream Six (8:28)
7. Dream Seven (5:32)
8. Dream Eight (3:11)
9. Dream Nine (3:54)
10. Dream Ten - Finale (8:07)

Total Time: 63:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Björn Johansson / classical guitars, 12 string guitars, 6 string steel guitars, electric guitars, slide guitars, sitar guitar, zither, mandolins, bouzoki, bassoon, tin whistle, low whistle, Akai S2000 sampler, Giga studio sampler, Access Virus virtual analogue synthesizer, jingle bells, vibraslap & cabasa
bass: all bass except where noted
- Pär Lindh / keyboards: Mellotron Mark V, Hammond organs B3, C3 & L-100 Leslies 147 & 760, church organ, grand piano Blüthner & Bechstein, harpsichord J. Sergeant after J.H. Hemsch 1750 Yamaha SY1, KORG 3100, M1 & OW1, Roland D70 & U20, Virus virtual analogue & LSE synthesizer
percussion: Ludwig drums, Paiste & Zildjan cymbals & gongs, Rogers timpani, Ran Can icebells, windchimes, tubular bells, djembe drums, congas, orchestra big bass drum
- Magdalena Hagberg / vocals
- Lovisa Stenberg / harp
- Roine Stolt / bass (on Dream Three only)
- Niclas Blixt / trumpet & French horn
- Nisse Mannerfeldt / euphonium, tenor & bass trombone
- Ensemble Macogall / choir
- Erik Hellerstedt / choir Director
- Erik Hellerstedt & Pär Lindh / choir arrangements

Releases information

CD Crimsonic (CLSCD108) Sweden 2004
Recorded at Crimsonic Label Studios & Discus Ursi Studios
Engineered by Pär Lindh & Björn Johansson
Mixed at Crimsonic Label Studios by Pär Lindh & Björn Johansson
Cover art by Karolina Sefyrin (

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PÄR LINDH AND BJÖRN JOHANSSON Dreamsongs From Middle Earth ratings distribution

(57 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(44%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
Good, but non-essential (26%)
Collectors/fans only (5%)
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5 stars Well, well well...finally i actually searched for this album in progarchives and searching for some swedish bands i founded "LINDH PÄR AND BJÖRN JOHANSSON"; i got this album without any expectations since Pard lindh jobs didnt sound enough original for me. This is the Best, and i mean it, Best ... (read more)

Report this review (#83086) | Posted by OvergroundMusic | Friday, July 7, 2006 | Review Permanlink

5 stars This is probably one of the most overlooked album of the past year. I'm not a Tolkien fan at all, but this music inspired by one of his books is truly outstanding. It's all instumental music, and the number of instruments used to record this album is really impressive. The music reminds me MIk ... (read more)

Report this review (#57545) | Posted by | Wednesday, November 23, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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