Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Ole Gunnar Nilsen (member of Solaris) “World Of Dreams” 1976 Norway Prog Symphonic Jazz Rock


Ole Gunnar Nilsen (member of Solaris) “World Of Dreams” 1976 Norway Prog Symphonic Jazz  Rock
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The first solo album of the future leader of the Norwegian Solaris. Ole Gunnar Nielsen released this incredible album, 
which by the way quickly disappeared from the broadcasts as not a format, in 1976 and was posted on one of the sites only in 2009. However, in the early 80’s Nilssen, as well as his group Solaris, for a long time disappeared from sight until in 2001 did not appear the second solo album 
Ole Gunnara (Memories Of A Lifetime), in which the performer showed that he is still in shape and faithful to his passions for progressive music and the style of the brightest of its representatives - Pinf Floyd, Yes, King Crimson … 
I present to you the modern reissue of the 2015 album in the mini-vinyl format produced by South Korea, excellent in the number of tracks from the original in 1976 (bonus is added), and the first 4 tracks for some reason are combined together.


Ole Gunnar Nilssen - Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar 
Esdor Jensen, Jon Erik Henriksen - Acoustic Guitar 
Konrad Kaspersen - Bass 
Bjorn Henriksen - Bass, Vocals 
Sava Balie - Drums, Percussion 
Lars Thomassen - Flugelhorn 
Odd Erik Rude - Flute 
Inge Kolsvik - Piano, Organ, Synthesizer Moog 
John Pal Inderberg - Saxophone 
Hanne Bjorklid - Violin

Tracklist: 
1. A Time For War & World Of Dreams 10:29 
2. Song Of A Knight & I Left You 8:36 
3. Only Once 1:11 
4. Grave Flower 5:04 
5. Once And Forever 3:37 
6. Poem 3:08 
7. Chained To The Past 5:27 
8. Waves 2:33 
9. Waves II (bonus track) 13:48 

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