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KAIPA

Kaipa

 

Symphonic Prog

3.90 | 237 ratings

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4 stars 01. Musiken Är Ljuset The keyboards and announce initial complain, the guys drank in the best sources, progressive classic, top of the guitars are a mixture of Genesis and Camel. The second is a riff broken broken concept to the topic. Keyboards sensational and very well placed. The vocals are a case apart, as it is not where we can hear bands singing in Swedish, and I tell you, was wonderful as the voice of Hans Lundin is very beautiful. The guitars Roine Stolt orchestrated by the influence of Steve Hackett (Genesis) are superb. The climates are all of a song without moorings and into the heart, the keyboards do that.

02. Saker Har Tvĺ Sidor Classical piano at the beginning and a voice that I still not sure who it is, but it was very good. A row of low Tomas Eriksson also very good, the vocalizations were fantastic. A battery of Ingemar Bergman is also the other case because they are very well built and played. O solo de teclado por aqui é bem Keith Emerson inicialmente, mas logo ele já dá lugar ao solo de guitarra que diga-se de passagem é muito diferente de qualquer outra banda progressiva já vista, normalmente as guitarras servem de pano de fundo mesmo em solos (with exceptions of course), here not mount Stolt knew everything very well. The vocalizations can not leave my head, were very nice.

03. Ankaret Almost a lullaby! I would say this is not a progressive band (laughs), but has all the progressive bands musical influences of the world I do not doubt that the idea had left then right. And once again the guitars of Roine are fantastic. And of course a save low to the ground as well. Beautiful land!

04. Skogspromenad Here are the keys for a guitar company, has a face full folk, because the melody requires that. More a song if I am not mistaken the region of the guys.

05. Allting Har Sin Början Riff initial cool the battery in my opinion mix a little bit ahead too, but nothing to panic. One song led by guitar, with a work of very competent bass and drums and keyboards with very soft in the first part. The second part became a jazz fusion with crazy land of keyboards furiosíssimos.

06. If Var Morgon Gry This time who does the role of melodist are the keyboards, the guitar hardly appears in this first part. But then the guitar is who emerges as the main character of history. The theme returns, return the guitars. The voice once more killers, as are few enjoy very well. After a couple of vocal solos of keyboard invoked the hellish depths of the soul (laughs). Until a few bandolins has lost.

07. I Förlorad Istanbul Latinidade in vein. Until seem a band exit the tropics of Latin America here. Mexico's most anything else. Very good!

08. Oceane Föder Liv A low and instigating this track and a synthesizer and present. It has a samba here! Or almost! It is the most you can get the gringos (laughter), do not know if it was the intention, but with the whole man is to be. An instrumental and worked very well with a guitar base near disc, but sensational. And of course face many of battery, and the melodic guitar solos. Voice, voice, I love, instrumental are fantastic but I need words and ideas. Water running, songs and a tecladinho smart, a perfect alchemy, a state of heady sense without leaving the place. Some discussions of foreign soil and drums, bass, guitar and keyboard in a jazz-fusion crazy.

Man, how good bands discover 'new' when I discovered that Roine Stolt of the Flower Kings (band that I love a lot) was the guitarist kaip and I was curious when a friend sent me the disc I came across a progressive very well.

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