This is a great uptempo track to open the album with. But this is not the CD’s finale, since it contains two excellent bonus tracks. Before the first minute comes some great drums, bass and Rhodes. Flute ends the song. Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 3 items. You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not. Combination looks quite interesting on paper, but in real life compositions are not enough focused.
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When listening, you can hear zeuhl pieces and progressive fusion pieces, and even some classic-influenced pieces, but all them hardly present final musical product. And for the record, the bassist Stefan Carlsson, is my Dad. You have to go get this album.
Flute ends the song. Nice synth at the beginning.
The sound and production is not the greatest, but the compositions and playing is great. If you can still find this CD, grab it! A very rewarding album and definitely one of Sweden’s finest prog-rock achievements, too bad it’s fairly unknown among several prog fans. A nice organ solo before an atmospheric section with lots of hi-hat action.
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KULTIVATOR Barndomens Stigar reviews
Latest members reviews “Eclectic prog”, why not? Love the fuzzed out bass too which is very Zeuhl-like. The keyboard play shines 2 minutes in. Not much to complain about here except for that this album is very hard to find, but if you are interested look for Internet stores that specializes progressive rock then you might find it.
The final blow works as an effective farewell to the repertoire. Drums pick up then a great fuzzy guitar solo.
This exhibition of complex, experimental jazz- rock comprises a peculiar, challenging melodic vibe that includes an important dose of dissonances and an inch of disturbing darkness. This one is just the best. Before the first minute comes some great drums, bass and Rhodes.
Though listed as Eclectic Prog, and slightly influenced by the Zeuhl style, Kultivator’s Barndomens Stigar has quite a lot to offer to fans of Jazz fusion and Avant-prog, amongst others. Stigae is some kind of traditional percussion which sounds like tabla. There is two numbers on here that are strongly influenced by magma but most numbers are of a Canterbury flavour especially the ones that are sung by a female voice that reminds of the Northettes in Hatfield or the vocal exercises of Amanda Parsons or Barbara Gaskin on the National Health albums.
This song has a memorable organ part. Other sites in the MAC stigqr But this is not the CD’s finale, since it contains two excellent bonus tracks. Forum user Forum password. The first three pieces pretty much fit the standard described in this review, with the third one being the most aggressive track: It have take me many years before me and my dad thought that Srigar was mature enough to understand this mysic.
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But now, I really do, and I just lovet it. What a song it is! And when I say “good”, I mean “Excellent”, “magnificent”, “exciting”. Tight arrangements and great rythm section.
The namesake track is another highlight: The majority of the song is very fusionesque. The instrumental passages in between the vocal sections are fantastic!