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    Main » 2010 » May » 1 » Kaipa - 1975 - Kaipa
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    Kaipa - 1975 - Kaipa
    genre: neo prog
    country: sweden
    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 53'48" size: 371 mb
    issue: 2005 Remastered

    Gepr:
    Kaipa's three first albums stand as the high-point of Swedish symphonic prog in the 1970's. Their debut (Musea FGBG 4091.AR) introduces a young, ambitious band exploring the boundaries and overlap-areas of rock, classical, jazz and folk. Keyboardist and primary composer Hans Lundin dominates the sound with piano, organ, string-synth and both melodic and occasionally more grating synthesizer solos. His high-pitched yet guttural voice, present on five out of eight tracks, is perhaps the most jarring element in Kaipa's music, though I find it quite melodious most of the time. Tomas Eriksson brings a twangy Rickenbacker bass tone to Swedish rock with his melodic lines (though he is no Chris Squire), while drummer Ingemar Bergman keeps the swinging beat and works the dynamics well within the limits allowed by a rather poor drum sound with his top-heavy style (listen to his cymbal work on "Ankaret" for a good example of economic but appropriate accompaniment). To top it all off, young Roine Stolt (some twenty years before his ascension to the throne of the floral kingdom) contributes Hackett/Latimer-styled guitar melodies and occasionally more blistering solos in the Robin Trower style. The band's main strength, however, is that they saturate each song with upbeat, expansive melodies which often draw influence from various types of Scandinavian folk music, giving Kaipa's music a flavour quite distinct from their British contemporaries; Stolt's instrumental composition "Förlorad i Istanbul" also brings in Middle-Eastern melodic material. However, some compositional immaturities are still evident in the band's reliance on jamming in favour of linear development on some tracks, and the album's reverb-hazy sound doesn't do complete justice to the majesty of the music. ... -- Kai Karmanheimo

     
    01. Musiken ar ljuset (7:04)
    02. Saker har tva sidor (4:34)
    03. Ankaret (8:40)
    04. Skogspromenad (3:40)
    05. Allting har en borjan (3:12)
    06. Se var morgon gry (8:53)
    07. Forlorad i Istanbul (2:24)
    08. Oceaner foder liv (9:28)


    Bonus tracks:
    09. Fran det ena till det andra (2:49)
    10. Karavan (2:54)


    - Ingemar Bergman / drums, percussion, vocal
    - Tomas Eriksson / bass, vocal
    - Hans Lundin / Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Grand piano, Yamaha SY1 Synthesizer, Harpsichord, Logan String-machine, Glockenspiel, lead vocal
    - Roine Stolt / electric and acoustic guitars, vocal

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