9 thoughts on “ I Mourn You - International Harvester - Sov Gott Rose-Marie (CD, Album) ”

  1. May 12,  · Label: Love Records (4) - LRLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Sweden • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock International Harvester - Sov Gott Rose-Marie (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(34).
  2. Tracks 1 to 13 were originally released as the LP Sov Gott Rose-Marie in the Spring of [There is a typo in the CD booklet stating this album was released in , it was actually released late ] by Love Records (Finland). Track 14 is a previously unreleased bonus track/5(46).
  3. Sov Gott Rose-Marie was recorded in , but was not released until the spring of The original LP was not released in Sweden, but in neighboring Finland on that country's Love Records (where you can find releases by Wigwam, Jukka Gustavson, Jukka Tolonen, Tasavalan Presidenti, Finnforest, etc.)/5(7).
  4. Sov gott Rose-Marie (Sleep tight, Rose-Marie) is the debut album of International Harvester, the second incarnation of the Stockholm-based band Pärson riatansorangoko.worthwhistmasqueremocojelmorumblutga.co: Avant-garde.
  5. Sov Gott Rose-Marie is a surprisingly unique album. It has some pacing issues from part to part, but this album is for talking yourself out of your current state of mind for more than 50 minutes anyway, so its really not a problem.
  6. The CD comes with an extended bonus cut called “Skördetider” which was from the Sov Got Rose-Marie sessions, but the band decided to thrown in “I Mourn You” and “How to Survive” instead. Which is good as well, as interesting as “Skördetider” is (especially the repeated trippy flutes), it sounds more like something a band might perform live than in the studio.
  7. In year they released the album "Sov Gott Rose-Marie", which was published by the Finnish record label Love Records. This album combined psychedelic rock, folk elements, jazzy improvisations, political statements and natural soundscapes, creating a record fitting logically to the maturing of the group's musical vision.
  8. The first official album of the group that started as Pärson Sound and then evolved into Träd, Gräs och Stenar is Sov Gott Rose-Marie a concept album released in , under the name International Harvester. The album conceptually is a reflection on modern life /5(6).
  9. Sov Gott Rose Marie, the band’s sole release under the International Harvester name, is an unusual patchwork of field recordings, electric krautrock jams and percussive experimentation that bridges the sonic gap between what the Velvet Underground was laying down in New York (the band was actually personally invited by Andy Warhol to play an exposition, but things fell through) and the Amon Düül commune .

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