Category: Folk


    1. Voll

      The Old Man & The Sea Lyrics By – Jan Erik Liljeström Music By – Liljeström*, Berg* 3: Where Solitude Remains Anekdoten: Vemod ‎ (CDr, Album, Unofficial) G. & P. Essential Music: none: Russia: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r].
    2. Voodookus

      Anekdoten owned a Mark V Mellotron at the time and could play two parts simultaneously, a trick they use to great effect throughout the album. After a minute of so of solo Mellotron, the whole band break in with a heavy Crimsonesque feel, kept up for second song The Old Man & The Sea.
    3. Shaktijas

      The Old Man And The Sea This song is by Anekdoten and appears on the album Vemod (). The storm has raged here for hours, The water's plunging in on me The remains of my creation Is swallowed slowly down By the troubled sea Into unconsecrated ground Gone eternally, gone eternally Feeder.
    4. Nikorg

      Anekdoten is a Swedish progressive rock band, made up of guitarist/vocalist Nicklas Barker, cellist Anna Sofi Dahlberg, bassist/vocalist Jan Erik Liljeström and drummer Peter girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfo are notable for the use of the mellotron and the heavy, trippy sound, dominated by a bass guitar. Their music is associated with the tradition of s progressive rock music, especially King Crimson, but.
    5. Zulkikus

      Get the Anekdoten Setlist of the concert at Museumshof, Fulda, Germany on July 27, and other Anekdoten Setlists for free on girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfo!
    6. Malajar

      Nov 24,  · The Old Man & The Sea from Denmark made one album selftitled in and then disappeared untill they disbanded in Denmark has some quite intresting prog bands in early to mid '70s like Ache, Secret Oyster, Burnin Red Ivanhoe and others with good petential in /5(15).
    7. Sharamar

      The Old Man And The Sea (the band) April 23 · nummererede kopier af Den Gamle Mand Og Havets seneste plade nåede næsten ikke på hylderne, før den var væk.
    8. Yozshuk

      The 7 tracks (8 on the Japanese version of the album) on the minutes long album are all well written, and vary between epic melancholic parts (featuring lots of mellotron and occasional use of cello), heavy and more energetic (slightly fusion influenced) parts, and mellow parts too.

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