Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Nebulosa - "Nebulosa" - {Sweden} [1977] (prog rock)

i couldnt find an english review for the band. here is the swedish one. to enjoy the album more, you should listen from beginning to end. One of my favorite..

"Nebulosa såg dagens ljus 1977 och dess medlemmar var då förrutom Bengt Skarin, Lennart Usterud och Thomas Franzén (tidigare i gruppen Yama) även Roger Johansson (Pontare) samt Thomas Kacso. Skivan innehåller långa låtar bestående av symfonisk, delvis instrumental, rock. Bara 1000 ex av plattan gjordes. Medverkande Thomas Kacso kom från Ungern och skivan beskrev situationen i hans hemsland. När bandet splittrades 1979 anslöt sig Lennart till religionen "mormon", Fransén blev boss på JVC, Kasco flyttade tillbaks till Ungern, Skarin blev musiklärare och för Roger följde en framgångsrik solokarriär under namnet Roger Pontare." review taken from here

Our thanks goes to mountainhigh ;)

5 comments:

nahavanda said...

link: http://tinyurl.com/yu9mth

Anonymous said...

hello!thx this sweden-hungary music!!
Sithlord from Hungary

Anonymous said...

Thanks!

In case you're interested, i've translated the swedish review:

"Nebulosa saw the daylight in 1977 and the members at the time was except for Bengt Skarin, Lennart Usterud and Thomas Franzén (earlier in the group Yama),
also Roger Johansson (Pontare) and Thomas Kacso. The record consists of lenghty symphonic, partly instrumental rock tracks. Only 1000 copies of the record was
ever made. The record described the situation in Hungaray, native land of Thomas Kacso. When the band broke up in 1979, Lennart joined the religion "mormon", Fransén became the boss of JVC, Kasco moved back to Hungary,
Skarin became a music teacher and Roger made him self a successful solo career under the name Roger Pontare."

-Kalle A-

Anonymous said...

Tak, Kalle!!

Armute

Anonymous said...

it's music

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