Glue Works, Gösta Berlings Saga's debut for Cuneiform, arrived in 2011, and the veteran avant label has another winner with this Swedish quartet featuring keyboardist David Lundberg, guitarist Mathias Danielsson, bassist Gabriel Hermansson, and drummer Alexander Skepp. Album-closing epic "Sorterargatan 1" (reprised from 2009's Detta Har Hänt) has an almost reverse dynamic: although slower paced overall, the first half is nevertheless agitated and layered with the band's full instrumental arsenal; during the second half a lovely theme builds upon a foundation of Lundberg's stately Fender Rhodes while always keeping beauty and lyricism to the fore -. - thanks in large part to the reappearance of cellist Linné - despite the unsettled underpinnings lurking beneath.
Gösta Berlings Saga’s second album Detta Har Hänt (translated This Has Happened ) was recorded during Fall 2008 at the band’s own studio Pelikaan, with overdubs recorded at Roth Händle Studios owned by Mattias Olsson of Änglagård fame. It was released in June 2009 (also on Transubstans records) and was nominated for the P3 Gold award (Swedish National Radio’s premier music prize). Glue Works features a more menacing and aggressive bass guitar posture from Gabriel in places, giving the music a Zeuhlish Magma-inflected martial propulsion. The more aggressive pieces are offset by gossamer acoustic piano lines and angular acoustic guitar lines. In the vein of the best progressive music, Glue Works might be a tough nut to crack at first, but rewards repeated listens in spades.
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Sette le tracce contenute in Glue Works, terza avventura discografica per il gruppo svedese prodotta dal quotato Mattias Olsson, e tutte degne di nota. Un bouquet dove spiccano la pastorale "Gliese 581g," distinta da un ostinato giro di basso raddoppiato dalle tastiere e sullo sfondo echi di chitarre elettriche distorte, l'epica e inquieta "Geosignal," perfetta per le scene di suspense di un immaginario thriller nordico e con l'effetto sorpresa dell'entrata in scena di una pastosa sezione di fiati, e, infine, la crimsoniana "Sorterargatan. Tutte le composizioni sono di Gösta Berlings Saga. Personnel: Gabriel Hermansson: basso elettrico, Moog Taurus; Einar Baldursson: chitarre; David Lundberg: Fender Rhodes, mellotron, sintetizzatori; Alexander Skepp: batteria, percussioni.
Artist: Gosta Berlings Saga Title Of Album: Glue Works Year Of Release: 2011 Label: Cuneiform Genre: Progressive Rock Quality: FLAC (image+. Musicians and friends David Lundberg and Alexander Skepp, heavily captivated by the sounds of Hansson & Karlsson, started making instrumental songs, based on drums and organs, sketching playful and melodic sounds.
Gösta Berling's Saga (Swedish: Gösta Berlings saga) is the debut novel of Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf, published in 1891. It was made into a 1924 silent film directed by Mauritz Stiller starring Greta Garbo, Lars Hanson and Gerda Lundequist. A 1925 opera I cavalieri di Ekebù by Riccardo Zandonai was also based on it. In the summer of 1890, a Swedish magazine, the Idun, had offered a prize for the best novel of a certain length
Glue Works is a music studio album recording by G�STA BERLINGS SAGA (Eclectic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 2011 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(24%).