2015 – The Tangent – A Spark In the Aether

A Spark In The Aether is the sequel to The Music That Died Alone, their legendary 2003 debut album with Flower Kings guitar player Roine Stolt and their rhythm section Jonas Reingold (bass) and Zoltan Csörsz (drums). And this release is just a masterpiece with the backbone of Karmakanic and Kaipa: Morgan Ågren and Jonas Reingold. Continue reading “2015 – The Tangent – A Spark In the Aether”


2013 – The Tangent – Le Sacre Du Travail

At the end of 2012 band leader Andy Tillison said that he had to disband his project The Tangent due to financial and health issues. But nothing is permanent, and everything changes. So, in 2013 he decided to go and work on a concept album because for a long time he wanted to write something in the style of Purple’s Concerto For Group And OrchestraThe Five Bridges Suite (Keith Emerson) or The Snow Goose (Camel). Continue reading “2013 – The Tangent – Le Sacre Du Travail”

2006 – The Tangent – A Place In The Queue

In February 2006 the new Tangent studio album A Place In The Queue was released. Jonas plays on all tracks and his Karmakanic buddies Krister Jonsson and Jaime Salazar are accompanying him. The band had said they wanted to recreate a work on the scale of Tales From Topographic Oceans. This one has got strong songwriting and a great delivery. Continue reading “2006 – The Tangent – A Place In The Queue”

2004 – The Tangent – The World That We Drive Through

Second album of the mix of talents from UK and Sweden. Jonas is joined again with his Flower Kings pals Roine and Zoltan. This one picks up where their first album left off, great compositions, interesting, challenging melodies played by the best musicians in business. Again a full sound, no overplay either too fast or too loud and great sax and flute. Continue reading “2004 – The Tangent – The World That We Drive Through”