Agusa - Två

(CD 2015, 38:38, the Laser's Edge LE 1073)

The tracks:
  1- Gånglåt Från Vintergatan(20:17)
  2- Kung Bores Dans(18:18)

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If you like dreamy folky music that's definitely influenced by the seventies sound then you are at the right address. Agusa provides the real feel of that era with their 2 piece CD Två.

These quite easy listening instrumental tracks take you to that time without worries. Especially with some mind enhancing drugs it will take you to all the places you've ever wished for.
Sometimes psychedelic, the flute sounds like old style Camel and the comparison with seventies krautrock won't be unfitting either. The excellent use of the seventies' characteristic organ sound and the Pink Floyd kind of guitar parts makes it complete.
I've got a special place in my heart for bands that have the guts to record long tracks. Especially when they keep you entertained and not drag you into boredom. Agusa manages this! My compliments to the instrument skills, and for making the music flow into my ears like a gentle stream.

All in all a very nice (mini) album made by these Swedes and a good successor of Högtid.

****+ Erik van Os (edited by Astrid de Ronde)

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