Mánar were one of the groups to follow the path of Trúbrot. On offer are 11 well-constructed songs covering a wide spectrum of Nordic feelings, offering a good share of powerful electric guitar as well as melancholic vocal retorts and confident Hammond organ. Some tracks are also closer to folk-rock with vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, and piano ("Litli Fuglinn"). These guys also mastered jazzy chord changes and knew how to add a novelty touch to each track. This is a classic album recommended to fans of Old Man & The Sea and Junipher Greene.
This box with Thåström summarizes his work as a solo artist. The box contains no music with Ebba Grön, Imperiet, Peace, Love & Pitbulls and Sällskapet, focusing solely on his work as an artist in his own name. Eight albums: Thåström (1989), Xplodera mig 2000 (1991), Det är ni som e konstiga det är jag som en normal (1999), Mannen som blev en gris (2002), Skebokvarnsv. 209 (2005), Kärlek är för dom (2009), Beväpna dig med vingar (2012) and Den morronen (2015). Plus 22 bonus tracks. New songs, rework, demos, alternate takes, covers. Among other things, an unreleased recording Cornelis Vreeswijks 'Veronica'.
En 1951, un jeune médecin français qui voyage en Inde rencontre Mâ Ananda Moyî. Il la suivra désormais et, depuis sa mort en l982, réside dans l'un de ses âshram. Première publication de Vijayânanda en français, cet ouvrage donne à la fois : la traduction d'un livre édité en Inde, où il fait part de ses premiers contacts avec la mystique hindoue, et de sa fréquentation des grands sages de l'époque …
"Sol austan, Mani vestan" is the 11th album from Burzum and a return to a purely electronic and instrumental expression. "Sol austan, Mani vestan" is different from all the older albums, and yet similar to all of them, and is in style more than anything similar to the oldest ambient music of Burzum, like the tracks "Tomhet", "Han som reiste" and "Channelling the power of Minds into a new God". "Sol austan, Mani vestan" is inspired by and made for the "ForeBears" movie by Marie Cachet and Varg Vikernes, where much of the Scaldic music from "Sol austan, Mani vestan" appears, only in unmastered form, as a soundtrack. Burzum says of the new album: "Sol austan, Mani vestan" will feature almost an hour of instrumental electronic music, that can best be described as relaxing, slow-paced, contemplative and very much original. And of the concept Burzum says; I have still not been able to leave behind the Pagan religious-spiritual concept of a descent into darkness and the following ascend back into the light; the Pagan initiation, the elevation of man to the divine, the enlightenment of the mind, the feeding of the elven light in man.
The Decca recordings of Kirsten Flagstad are the astonishing last chapter of a performing career that began more than four decades earlier. Unknown in most of Europe and the rest of the world until she was 39, Flagstad had made her singing debut in 1913. Encouraged by her second husband, she sang at the Bayreuth Festivals of 1933 and 1934, and her sensational Met debut as Sieglinde in Die Walküre in February 1935 marked the beginning of a second career as, arguably, the most important singer in the world.
Hafiz Burhan was most famous and celebrated artists in the his period. When we say Gazel (Lyrics), Hafiz Burhan first name in the mind. We lost many years ago made of this artist's recording a new album was released. He was born 1887, died in 1943 at a very young age. The sound was so powerful that the blast in the studio does not sound quite away from the microphone to read the song that is claimed. Artists, all his life, he worked for Columbia company. Close-to-face plate, literally during the 'bestsellers' was … And even a stylish car so they gave him their brother Blumenthal knowing. Hafiz Burhan had our first car, so the artists.
An Icelandic super rock project TRÚBROT were founded in 1969 via two of the most popular bands in Iceland – Karl SIGHVATSSON (piano, organ, keyboards), Gunnar Jökull HÁKONARSON (drums, voices) from FLOWERS, and Gunnar ÞÓRÐARSON (guitar, flute, voices), Rúnar JÚLÍUSSON (bass, voices), Shady OWENS (voices) from HLJÓMUM – against the “commercialized” Icelandic pop scene in late 60s.