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    Main » 2010 » April » 29 » Popol Ace - 1975 - Stolen From Time
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    Popol Ace - 1975 - Stolen From Time
    Popol Ace - 1975 - Stolen From Timegenre: prog
    country: norway
    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 49`19" size: 321 mb
    issue: 2003

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    In 1975 Florian Fricke (leader of the German group Popol Vuh) discovered his Norwegian namesakes and threatened them with a lawsuit. For this reason Popol Vuh changed their name to Popol Ace.
    Stolen From Time (1975) was their most ambitious effort benefiting from unusually generous amounts of studio time, provided by a record company dreaming of international success. It's one of those albums that was carefully produced, second by second, and which consequently lacked spontaneity. Included were some of their strongest and most mature songs, such as "Bury Me Dead" and "Today Another Day". Their overall sound (with more elaborate instrumental passages than before) was influenced by Genesis circa 1972-74. Maybe the rigid production deterred the album from being recognised as a minor masterpiece - today its compositions appear stronger than those on the two preceding albums.
    Jahn Teigen then left Popol Ace to start his highly successful solo career, eventually becoming one of the most famous entertainers in Norway. Popol Ace continued with Asbjørn Krogtoft (previously a member of 1-2-6) as their new vocalist. Their final album was a total disaster (commercially and artistically) with seriously uninspired songwriting.

     
    01 - Bury Me Dead 5:57
    02 - Today Another Day 5:40
    03 - Jester 3:59
    04 - Soft Shoe Dancer 4:42
    05 - Mr. Bigalow 4:13
    06 - Sweet Tune 5:02
    07 - Sleepwalker 5:24
    08 - I Can See Tears 6:01
    09 - Suicide 8:20

     
    Arne Schulze / guitar
    Pete Knutsen / guitar, keyboards
    Thor Andreassen / drums
    Terje Methi / bass
    Jahn Teigen / vocals
     
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    Total comments: 2
    2 andre88   (14.02.2011 14:07)
    avatarStrong Band+Album!THANKS

    1 bando   (21.01.2011 18:52)
    A very fine Norwegian effort , good musicianship and vocals - many thanks

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