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MIND - VOL 2 LIVE

Isildurs Bane

 

Symphonic Prog

3.78 | 35 ratings

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Greger
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4 stars I have been an ISILDURS BANE fan a long time now. I bought the two LP:s "Sagan om Ringen" (1981) and "Sagan om den Irländska älgen" (1982) a couple of years after they were released. These two albums are still some of my absolute favorite albums ever. The music can at times be compared to CAMEL (also one of my favorite bands). ISILDURS BANE's music has changed since then, but they're still one of the most interesting bands in Sweden. As you can see in the title "Mind Vol. 2 Live", this double-CD contains live music. It contains live recordings from all over the world. Afterwards it has been edited: some has been erased and new music has been recorded in their rehearsal studio. They have also added extra musicians such as Björn J:son Lindh on flute and Janne Schaffer on guitar. Both of them have played with ISILDURS BANE before. This is an interesting mix between chamber and classical music, folk, jazz and progressive rock. ISILDURS BANE's music is unique and you can't find any other band in Sweden to compare them with. I have almost every album in my collection and as long as they're releasing interesting music I will continue to buy their album. I suggest you do the same!
Greger | 4/5 |

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