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9 thoughts on “ Bo Hansson - Music Inspired By Lord Of The Rings (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Label: Charisma - CAS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock Bo Hansson - Music Inspired By Lord Of The Rings (, Vinyl) | Discogs /5(39).
  2. Music Inspired by Lord of the Ringsis aninstrumentalprogressive rockalbum by Swedish musicianBo HanssonAs its title suggests, it is aconcept albumbased on ,
  3. Jul 27,  · Music Inspired by Lord of the Rings, an Album by Bo Hansson. Released in September on Charisma (catalog no. CAS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock/5(13).
  4. Bo Hansson ‎– Music Inspired By Lord Of The Rings () Vinyl, LP, Album – Voluptuous Vinyl Records Purchase this original vinyl pressing of Music Inspired By Lord Of The Rings, an instrumental progressive rock album from Swedish musician Bo Hansson.
  5. Excellent work inspired by the Lord of the Rings books. The music was recorded in as early as Had the record a couple of decades ago and am extremely happy to find that they rerecorded it on CD a few years ago. All instrumental, you can play it as background music Reviews:
  6. Bo HANSSON is famous for his concept album "Lord of the Rings" which came out decades before Hollywood ever made any noise about Tolkien's trilogy. The music was taped on a remote island off Stockholm, on an 8-track recorder, in a summer house studio with the help of .
  7. Lord of the Rings, an Album by Bo Hansson. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. 2 6; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  8. Label: Stateside - 5C ,EMI-Bovema Holland - 5C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Modern Classical Bo Hansson - In De Ban Van De Ring (Music Inspired By "Lord Of The Rings") (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(38).
  9. Bo Hansson's album provides a welcome diversion from the modern tendency to associate epic tales with a bombastic sort of classical music. In it, Hansson presents an interpretation of the Lord of the Rings trilogy that is wonderfully impressionistic: the elegant songs follow each other fluently and show that the composer must have been little bothered with reflecting the actual course of events in the books/5(22).

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