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SAMLA MAMMAS MANNA (SMM for short) / ZAMLA MAMMAZ MANNA (ZMM for short)

"Instrumental music with vocal addition at its best! A bastard meeting between some musical individualists resulted in a series of records that stunned the world. High quality performance combined with musical integrity gives you a unique amount of satisfaction."

They were, at the end of the Seventies and in the Eighties, the Swedish representative of the collective Rock In Opposition founded by Chris CUTLER. I can tell you that their music is a blend of mostly instrumental 70's progressive rock, Scandinavian folk, jazz-fusion, avant-garde, RIO (Rock In Opposition) and World Music. The vocals in Swedish, the use of accordion, handbells, marimbas and percussions of all kinds gives a very personal touch to this music.

As was popular at the time, the germ of the SMM sound came from adapting traditional Scandinavian folk themes into modern music. After, there followed an intensive period of jam sessions, trying out all sorts of ideas, with unlikely combinations of folk, rock and jazz structures. "Klossa Knapitatet" (1974) expanded on their improvisational side, and maybe their best. It's a FUN album! The legacy of "Snorungarnas Symfoni" was the end of a phase, and was also where SMM history became complicated. Now the long awaited reunion on album for SMM is finally here. "Kaka" marks the return of the original line-up in 1999. While very good, the band's early energy and creativeness is hard to recreate some 23 years later. If you haven't heard them before, this album is a perfect starter. Highly recommended!

SMM to ZMM and other directions...
In January 1977, SMM reformed as the subtly renammed ZAMLA MAMMAS MANNA, to indicate a new start and a new style with much more fiery and distinctly RIO type of rock fusion. "Familjesprickor" (1980) was their final album, and by far the most intense. This album is, nonetheless, an excellent place to start.

See also:
- Zamla Mammaz Manna
- Von Zamla
- Ramlösa Kvällar

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4.08 | 80 ratings
Samla Mammas Manna
1971
4.25 | 195 ratings
Måltid
1973
4.07 | 104 ratings
Klossa Knapitatet
1974
4.15 | 62 ratings
Snorungarnas Symfoni (Symphony of the Brats)
1976
3.53 | 52 ratings
Kaka
1999

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3.24 | 14 ratings
Dear Mamma
2002

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2.00 | 1 ratings
Ur Sync
1988

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 Klossa Knapitatet by SAMLA MAMMAS MANNA album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.07 | 104 ratings

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Klossa Knapitatet
Samla Mammas Manna RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by apps79
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3 stars Come 1974 and this genuine Swedish group would move on to the recordings of a new album.The destination was clear, the Decibel Studios with Anders Lind as a producer, the title was ''Klossa knapitatet'' and this work was recorded in just three days during November 74'.The artwork was now partly created by Tage Asen (who was responsible also for the cover of ''Maltid'') with the help of Anders Lind and Pelle Engman.The album was released again on Silence Records.

Gone are the discreet symphonic orientations of the debut in the name of an even more adventurous and complex sound with an evident R.I.O. approach, while an increase appears in the humoristic edges of the album, either being some playful tunes or the wordless falsetto vocals of the band.The role of the accordion and the acoustic piano is more dominant and so are the jazzy and folky orientations.The album was structured through some short instrumental introductions and longer, complicated pieces with endless tempo and mood changes, always fronted by a Nordic flavor, main reason setting the band part from other R.I.O.-driven groups of the time.To my ears they sound like a cross between RAGNAROK and GENTLE GIANT in this album, delivering intricate and highly technical musicianship full of sudden breaks, swirling around romantic tunes and jazzy arrangements, highlighted by the monumental accordion performance by Hollmer, a man who definitely introduced the instrument to Prog music.And then there is Apetrea's flawless and schizophenic guitar executions, supported by Hollmer's often atonal piano lines.The music sounds often chaotic, but it has a weird charm with all these twists and turns, listening to the 10-min. ''Liten dialektik'' is enough to understand the band's evolution, passing through Jazz, Folk and Rock themes in a blink of an eye.

An album created for those who dare to listen to frenetic, multi-influenced Rock music.Folky Prog/Jazz Rock with a clever addition of Scandinavian nuances.Strongly recommended...3.5 stars.

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 Kaka by SAMLA MAMMAS MANNA album cover Studio Album, 1999
3.53 | 52 ratings

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Kaka
Samla Mammas Manna RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

3 stars Samla mammas manna's fifth(or tenth) studio record and also their last "Kaka" from 1999 was a good but unfortunately uneven record with one phenomenal half and one quite bad. Ten minutes shorter and a totally different decision perhaps would have been possible. As before(23 years earlier!) the cover is colourful and interesting. Four traditionally clothed people rest on a Princess cake. "Kaka" is Swedish for "cake".

Without singing(always something of a pity) the group Samla mammas manna here manage to once again create astonishing progressive rock, totally unique. I wouldn't say Samla has become inferior. On seven of these fourteen tracks they're amazing. I am sure you would hear the magic of wild compositions, symphonic rock, crazy piano and screamings. Samla mixes some sweidsh folk variations with orientalic and europeic craziness and they master accordion, guitar, piano, bass and drums as good as I want. The best tracks are "Frestelsens café", "Oh sa masalana jämfört med Alman river", Första ikarien, Lyckliga Titanic, Satori, Andra Ikarien and Tredje Ikarien. The second of these is an experimental joke and a perfect summing of SMM. The other mentioned songs continues where they quited some years ago with a totally melodic and innovative prog.

The other tracks, unfortunately take the glory away from this record. Well, they are experimental and in a small dosage it's pleasent but when every other song isn't a song there is too much of it. As musical art those tracks certainly have a worth but it disturbs my listening to this otherwise perfect music. So my advise to you is to skip those not mentioned tracks. Listen to the good ones, they're worth it. If this was a lp-record it's time would have been 38-40 minutes and I think the result would have been better. With some awful fillers my rating will be three stars.

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4.25 | 195 ratings

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Måltid
Samla Mammas Manna RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

4 stars Where people presumably uses to begin their Samla listening I almost end it. "Måltid" from 1973 is Samla mammas manna's second album featuring now a guitarist in Coste Apetrea. That what mostly what I missed on their first record, and with the guitar, also a hugher concentration on the melodies takes form. To give this four or five stars is totally a matter of personal taste. I directly hear we're talking about great music. What's progressive with Samla is especially its progression. Their music developed all the time and on this record it has become clever and brilliant melodical music with a feeling of controlled freedom, humour and youth. I prefer "Klossa knapitatet" before this because I think they on that record had polished away the worst sillyness and developed their symphonic approach, which even is noticeable here.

Måltid (Meal)'s brightest shining stars are three: "Dundrets fröjder", "Den återupplivade låten" and "Folkvisa i morse". "Dundrets fröjder" (The thunder's delight) is a solid compisition with some recurrent themes, flying on the glory wings of Apetrea's guitar, Hollmer's piano, Bruniusson's drums and Krants' bass. It's a perfect Samla song (of which you can here more of on their two next comming discs), proving masterwork instrumentation och crazy songwriting. "Den återupplivade låten" (The revived tune) begins slowly and explodes in cascades. A totally different Samla song. "Folkvisa i morse"(Folk song this morning) is a short "progg hit" I knew from my childhood, with an easy little joyful melody playing around a breakfast table.

The "Tärningen" (The Dice) is a very good composition and "Oförutsedd förlossning", "Svackorpoängen" and "Minareten" are also worth listening. I don't find "Syster System" or "Vaerelseds tillbud" as interesting as the others. The first of those is little annoying(deliberately) and in the other it doesn't happen som much.

A very interesting and good record but not as important as "Klossa knapitatet" which for me is their best. But please check out Samla mammas manna if you haven't done it(2nd, 3rd or 4th records). Four strong stars from me!

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4.07 | 104 ratings

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Klossa Knapitatet
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Review by DrömmarenAdrian

5 stars Samla mammas manna's "Klossa knapitatet" should be an excellent place to go if you want to try one Samla-record and hear them from their different sides. Klossa knapitatet which is a paraphrase of "overthrow capitalism" was released in 1974 on Silence records. As most Swedish bands from the 70s they were revolutionary but not in the way of "Knutna nävar" (a marxist-leninistic band) or "Nynningen" or "Röda kapellet". Samla mannas manna wanted to change the society but began with changing the music. So the classification rock in opposition couldn't be more right. The excellent musicians here are Coste Apetrea(guitars, vocals), Hasse Bruniusson(drums, vocals), Lasse Hollmer(piano, accordion, yoddeling, vocals), Lasse Krantz(bass, vocals) and Brynn Settels helped them with accordion on "Klossa knapitatet". Inside the record folder there is an interview with the band where you can read about their statements and relation to the music. The Swedish "progg"-wave was, if you didn't know that, extremely politic for better or worse.

I have had this record for over ten years. Me father and I collected Swedish "progg"-vinyls when I was small. Then we prefered the more political music such as "Nationalteatern" or "Dan Berglund" so this record has grown for me and it is now, when I have found my new gods in the progressive world I finally can appreciate SMM's music.

This is an extremely good record I warmly recommend. I didn't enjoy their first record "Samla mammas manna" so much, their second is better but this is perfect. "Snorungarnas symfoni" is also a masterpiece in their production but this is closer to what sound we do interconnect SMM with. I wouldn't say Klossa knapitatet involves everything, but It does almost. There are som many strong melodies here, played in a wonderful genuine way with all the instruments can do. Some tracks are more experimenting than others but all the time they are so coherent and real it's hard to not love it. "Ingenting", the starter has a nice little melody that welcomes us and "Liten dialektik" is more exploring and asking. It's like a mystery they were trying to solve. "Långt ner i ett kaninhål" has a symphonic melody and it is like a comedy or a satire of pop music. The next side starts with revolutionary "Kom lite närmare" which talks to the audience and frightens them. "Musmjölkningsmaskinen" is as absurd as its name (The mouse-milking machine) with a wild and crazy melody and "Influenser" is opposite to everything. "Klossa knapitatet" uses accordions to make its wonder and "Ramlösa kvällar" closes everything in a good way.

This is a wordless record but the instruments tell a lot. If you haven't heard Samla mammas manna this is a perfect beginning. Don't be afraid of their left wing opinions, you won't hear them. The revolution is in the music, and they have a lot in common with Frank Zappa for example. Also a plus for its different cover, a painting of Tage Åsén.

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4.08 | 80 ratings

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Review by DrömmarenAdrian

3 stars Samla Mammas Manna's first record, made 1971, is partly very good and gives a wink of how good they were going to be. This was though far from the magificent sound of Snorungarnas symfoni or Knossa knapitatet. On this record there is no Costa Apetrea, they actually didn't have a guitarist. Lars Hollmer played organ, piano och sung, Lars Krantz played bass, Hasse Bruniusson played drums and sung and Bebben Öberg played drums and percussion. The driving instrument is organ and Hollmer seems to have been a great organist.

First I thought this to be a great five star record because of wonderful "Circus Apparatha". That track is amazing, built up by a cirkus stroll and becomes deep and eventful. The lyrics are both silly and sad. It's about different people and animal at a circus. Folks laugh at them and they smile but inside them it is dark. If every track had been like this how amazing it would have been.

Other great tracks are "Flickan i skogen" which is also dark but very beautiful and has a fast and melancholic melody, "Pausus" which however is short but nice and "Vidgat läge" which has a deep and little jazzy seventies picture.

The other tracks are good but it is not the melodic "Samla" I am found of. Many of the tracks seems to resemble jam sessions. I think about "Manna Jamma" and "At-one-ment" for example. Good work but not interesting. I lack something, a distinct and driving melody instrument, perhaps what came with Coste Apretea's guitar the year after. This is in some way not enough to enlighten me. I would recommend some tracks but not everything. I would say "Circus Apparatha" is an essential prog piece and I give you an advice: learn Swedish. It's a great language. Without guitar "Samla" should have sung more, just an opinion.

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4.15 | 62 ratings

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Snorungarnas Symfoni (Symphony of the Brats)
Samla Mammas Manna RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

5 stars Snorungarnas symfoni from 1976 is Samla mammas mannas fourth studio album, the last before guitar player Coste Apetrea quit and they changed name to Zamla mammaz manna. This is a composition by Gregory Allan FitzPatrick, an american living in Sweden since the sixties who was very innovatory in the Swedish music scene in the seventies and eighties. He sung and played on many swedish left wing and flower power records (with progressive tendencies) in the early seventies. He doesn't appear on this disc though. The disc is a symphony divided in four pieces and lasts for thirty-four minuts. The gruop is claimed to be an avant-garde group but this record is best describes as symphonic progresssive rock.

Yeah, this is symphonic rock as it should be. I was totally surprised by this record's perfection. This was the first time I listened to it and I could be nothing but amazed. Here we have so strong and driving meldies, mostly in form of guitar and piano and a terrific drum play. What is visible here is the gamesome but very professional attitude they hade to their music. That reminds us of Frank Zappa. In the seconds movement there is a mix of thriller, nursery music and children teasing chants. The third piece is the most jazzy but the piano also reminds me of Renaissance. In the fourth and ending part we return to a known melody that evolves slowly and ends in euphoria.

Nothing here is clumsy or poorly done. This is just as pretentious I want it to be. Symphonic avant-garde rock meets perfection. I didn't thought it to be a five star record, but here you have one. Highly recommended.

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4.25 | 195 ratings

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Måltid
Samla Mammas Manna RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by apps79
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4 stars Henrik "Bebben" Öberg left Samla Mammas Manna shortly after the release of their self-titled debut and in a clevef move the remaining trio hired guitarist Coste Apetrea the following year in his place.The next move for the fresh line-up was to enter the Decibel Studios and record a new album, produced by Anders Lind.This was again released on Silence Records in 1973 under the title ''Måltid''.

The new musical direction of Samla Mammas Manna was simply intricate, powerful and extremely cohesive all the way, offering a quirky, mostly instrumental Progressive Rock with influences from Classical, Jazz and Swedish Folk Music in equal portions.This fact can be recognized already from the long opener ''Dundrets froejder''.Groovy and frenetic Progressive Rock with shining guitar hooks by Apetrea, bombastic breaks and an impressive, rich sound with dominant keyboard (including organ, Mellotron and electric piano), bass and drums, only interrupted by humurous, wordless vocals.The rest of the tracks are also pretty outstanding, created by a band that now has found its own style and tight receipt.Crazy short- and mid-length instrumentals with a superb balance between loose moments and extremely tight interplays, characterized by rhythmic heaviness, jazzy improvisations, Classical melodies and folky soundscapes.A new star seems to shine on Apetrea, while Hollmer offers a mature and infallible performance.The words about the rhythm section are needless.Strong, solid and highly technical playing all the way in full collaboration with guitars and keyboards.

Simply awesome release.Every fan of Progressive Rock, who doesn't mind a fair dose of complexity, should own this classic.Highly recommended.

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Review by GruvanDahlman
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4 stars I can't remember the time before my love of the song "Circus Apparatha". I guess I discovered it by way of listening to the follow-up, "Måltid", where the song was included as a bonus track. Now, I still think that the song is a true masterpiece, showing off the all that's great about SMM: the tight musicianship, the really heavy jazz-rock, the avant-garde, the whimsical and the outright insane. It's true that the debut by SMM is less of a crazy affair than later albums but that don't mean there's not insanity. What I love most of all is the naive joy of playing. It's like the start of a fabulous journey into the unknown, a kind of gathering for the musically insane, trying out each others strengths and abilities. I won't go into details about each song, all I'm gonna say is that SMM:s debut is well worth hearing. Though it might be more conventional jazz-rock on this album than later ones, it's a great jazz- rock album with that special swedish touch, that I like. Not only because I'm swedish myself, but because it gives the music a certain flavor that is special, just as with any prog from any nation.

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Review by Warthur
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4 stars The last album of Samla Mammas Manna's first phase (before they metamorphosed into Zamla Mammaz Manna) is a jazzy collaboration with Gregory Allan FitzPatrick, whose compositions the band interpret in their usual Canterbury-influenced style. A bit more accessible and engaging than their preceding album, and with less circus music about it than any previous Samla disc, the album sounds to me like Caravan and the Uncle Meat incarnation of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention getting together in order to record musical backing for classic Tom and Jerry cartoons; it's whimsical, clever, and playful, and tempered with just a little bit of nostalgia.

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4.07 | 104 ratings

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Klossa Knapitatet
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Review by Warthur
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3 stars Klossa Knapitatet catches Samla in a transitional mode, moving away from the strongly Canterbury-influenced style of their first two albums to an altogether stranger and less accessible mixture of influences. The ghost of their prior Canterbury and Zappa-influenced style does occasionally rear its head - in particular, there are some vocal experiments reminiscent of the Burnt Weeny Sandwich/Weasels Ripped My Flesh era of the original Mothers of Invention - but the folk influence is dialed up, a broader pallette of jazz is on offer than Zappa-inspired fusion, and at points the pounding of the rhythm section reaches Zeuhlish levels of intensity.

The mixture is certainly unique and marks a drastic evolution in the band's sound, so RIO fans in general will want to hear this one sooner or later, but at the same time I find that the band struggle to keep their new direction interesting over the course of the album. It's good, but it's not the first Samla album I'd recommend to someone new to the group.

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