Änglagård - Epilog album FLAC
Label: Gates Of Dawn – GOD 002. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Producer, Mixed By, Music By, Arranged By – Änglagård. Violin – Martin Olofsson.
Epilog is a music studio album recording by �NGLAG�RD (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1994 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. If so, EPILOG, from the 90s Swedish sextet Anglagard, is an album for you!
The Epilog album is instrumental in its entirety, and many of the tracks are distinguished by striking passages from Johnson’s grand piano. Early Porcupine Tree also comes to mind, particularly when listening to Epilog. nglagård deserves a place in the Archives for their admirable effort in carrying the banner of large, expansive symphonic music well into the nineties, with a sound that both pays homage to the great progressive giants of the seventies, and advances that sound with virtuoso accompaniment and expansive, layered compositions. Personally I consider Anglagard's Hybris to be the best Prog album realesed in the 90's.
Progressive Rock Anglagard.
Epilog by Änglagård, released 28 August 1994 1. Prolog 2. Höstsejd 3. Rösten 4. Skogsranden 5. Sista Somrar 6. Saknadens Fullhet 7. Rösten (Recorded 2008 Version) Format: Double CD Packaging: Comes in a gatefold digi-pack with a 10 pages booklet. Other Details: The Rösten track on the bonus CD is a completely different track than the Rösten on the first CD, it's a re-recorded version done in 2008. Release year: 1994 (This is the 2010 reissue). willy vlyminck This ia a prog classic, Anglagard did put prog back on the map in 1992 with Hybris. Epilog was the second effort still sounds as exciting as it did back than. Tom W. octavarium1999.
This approach is considerably further molded into the concept of Epilog which in correlation to a practically uniform quality of the overall compositions decide that the latter has a slightly firmer grip of the high ranking that, truthfully, both of them possess. This time around the absence of articulating vocals has been filled and compensated for with total focus on a dramatic, distressed and desolate spirit that generates supplementary character.
Epilog is the second studio album from Swedish progressive rock group Änglagård. A darker and completely instrumental work, it was supposed to be the final chapter of Änglagård, hence the name. Höstsejd (Rites of Fall)" – 15:32. Rösten (The Voice)" – 0:14. Skogsranden (Eaves of the Forest)" – 10:48.
For the film known in Swedish as Änglagård, see House of Angels. This article needs additional citations for verification. Hybris, the debut release, and the follow-on instrumental Epilog of 1994, were both voted "album of the year" in polls of progressive rock fans. In 2003 the band briefly reformed (without founding member Lindman), performing new material at several performances, including NEARfest; during this time they débuted the songs that ultimately became "Sorgmantel" and "Längtans klocka" on their third album, though at this point they were untitled.