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Pär Lindh Project


Symphonic Prog

4.24 | 27 ratings

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5 stars This double live CD from Swedish band PÄR LINDH PROJECT is a great proof that PLP isn't only a magnificent band in the studio, but also as a terrific live act. The complex compositions are performed flawless. All tracks except two were recorded at Progday Festival in Chapel Hill North Carolina on September 6th 1998. The other two were recorded in Macaé Basil December 9th 1997. Sometimes the live versions are even better than the original studio version. Maybe it's because of the intense energy and power in their stage performance and the great interplay between the musicians. This live album gives you a good selection of PÄR LINDH's works. They're performing songs from PÄR LINDH PROJECT's all albums ("Gothic Impressions", "Rondo" and "Mundus Incompertus"), a medley of songs from Pär Lind & Björn Johansson's "Bilbo" album and cover versions of EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER's "Jerusalem" and KING CRIMSON's "21st Century Schizoid Man". If you're not familiar with PÄR LINDH POJECT's works, they're playing progressive rock with strong classical influences and many lengthy instrumental passages. They're often reminiscent to EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER. The sound and production quality is great. The CD comes with an impressive 12-page CD-booklet with lots of photos and information. This album is highly recommended to every PLP and ELP fan. If you want to check out the band this live album is a perfect introduction.
Greger | 5/5 |


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