The keyboard play shines 2 minutes in. The music of them is something between zeuhl, Canterbury-school fusion and some Swedish folk music. I like the guitar tone in this song. Kultivator is a must for every lover of experimental prog with a heavy Canterbury component: Kultivator was one record band from Sweden. You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not. Judkins Sunday, July 10, Review Permanlink.
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This song is like a breath of fresh air. Other sites in the MAC network: What a song it is! You can listen to the first song “Hoga Hastar” here on PA. The namesake track is another highlight: A very rewarding album and definitely one of Sweden’s finest prog-rock achievements, too bad it’s fairly unknown among several prog fans.
Comparing this band with previously named bands an In many cases, that pieces just stay separated musical pieces, taken from different genres.
Barndomens Stigar | Transubstans Records
I’m prepared to concede that some bits and pieces may be considered, in a certain light, as having a slight Zeuhl-like feeling, but I’m sure that it’s incidental and I’m ready to wage a small but consequent sum that those guys had never heard Love the fuzzed out bass too which is very Zeuhl-like. And when I say “good”, I mean “Excellent”, “magnificent”, “exciting”. But this is not the CD’s sigar, since it contains two excellent bonus tracks.
Latest members reviews “Eclectic prog”, why not? The record also occasionally delves into folk territory, particularly in the intro to the title track. It have take me many years before me and my dad thought that I was mature enough to understand this mysic. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. This song has a memorable organ part. Swedish band Kultivator was regrettably a one-shoot act whose “Barndomens Stigar” album was an important legacy for the world of jazz-prog. Combination looks quite interesting on paper, but in real life compositions are not enough focused. Some great sounding liquid keys on this one and check out the deep bass line too. You have to go get this album.
I like the guitar tone in this song. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. Nice synth at the beginning. Drums pick up then a great fuzzy guitar solo. 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.
This is a cool song with male and female vocals singing “novarest” over and over again. The music of them is something between zeuhl, Canterbury-school fusion and some Swedish folk music. When listening, you can hear zeuhl pieces and progressive fusion pieces, and even stibar classic-influenced pieces, but all them hardly present final musical product.
The sound and production is not the greatest, but the compositions and playing is great. The final blow works as an effective farewell stivar the repertoire. Tight arrangements and great rythm section. Again the bass is prominant. The music has plenty in common with the Zeuhl movement; However, I wouldn’t call” Barnsdomens Stigar” a “Zeuhl” album.