2012 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld – Nightscapes

The Weaveworld Trilogy was written as an instrumental suite of three superbly played instrumental albums with the same concept and the same band. Nightscapes is the third and final album in this trilogy. The music is progressive rock, solidly rooted in premeditated jazz-rock and it shows the genious of Lalle Larsson and his compositional skills and playing qualities. He proves that he is probably the world’s best and most versatile keyboard player. Continue reading “2012 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld – Nightscapes”

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2011 – Agents Of Mercy – The Black Forest

The third album of AoM is about the dark side of life and people. Around this time Stolt’s father had died and it seems that this inspired him a lot. In Kingdom Of Heaven Roine just sings one line: “No more fears, no more tears?” which could refer to his father’s death. His guitar playing in this song is also very sensitive and intimite. Continue reading “2011 – Agents Of Mercy – The Black Forest”

2010 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld – Infinity Of Worlds

The second album in the trilogy of Weaveworld. Another superb blend of keyboard based jazz and melodic progressive rock, embellished with a tad bit of metal influences is producing a wonderful set of beautiful fully instrumental compositions. Lalle Larsson is the glorious keyboard virtuoso but guitar players Richard Hallebeek and Stefan Rosquist. Instrumental progrock albums are usually boring, but not this one! Continue reading “2010 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld – Infinity Of Worlds”

2009 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld

Weaveworld is the brainchild of Swedish keyboard virtuoso Lalle Larsson. An emotive soundscape of dark symphonic classical music, heartfelt romanticism within a framework of progrock and heavy rock. Weaveworld was produced by Jonas and offers a startingly original, high octane union of adventurous compositions and hard hitting production values. Continue reading “2009 – Lalle Larsson’s Weaveworld”