'Guiding Light' is the third album norwegian drummer and composer Arild Broter releases with his solo project Pymlico. The album consists of 50 minutes of instrumental progressive and melodic music, devided into seven tracks. The music on this album is inspired by everything from modern soundtracks, scandinavian jazz and world music to arabic music, psycedlic metal and good old prog rock. Contributions were made by fourteen musicians altogether. Though most of them are fellow Norwegians, the album also feature the American percussionist Larry Salzman, fourteen-string guitar virtuoso Felix Martin from Venezuela and the Mozambican saxophone player Ivan Mazuze. The album is released on Spider House Records, and can be bought as a physical copy at CDbaby, Pymlico's Webshop, Amazon and as a digital download at major stores like iTunes and Amazon. Musicians on 'Guiding Light': Arild Broter: Drums, keyboards & acoustic guitars with Axel Toreg Reite: Bass guitar Mads Tvinnereim Horn: Guitars Geir-Anders Haugen: Guitars Mattias Krohn Nielsen: Guitars Felix Martin: Guitars Oyvind Broter: Keyboards Julie Falkevik Tungevåg: Keyboards Einar Næss Haugseth: Keyboards Knut Hillersoy: Keyboards Ivan Mazuze: Saxophones Even Kruse Skatrud: Trombone Larry Salzman: Percussion Vilde Badendyck Katralen: Voice.
'Guiding Light' is the third album norwegian drummer and composer Arild Broter releases with his solo project Pymlico. The album consists of 50 minutes of instrumental progressive and melodic music, devided into seven tracks. The music on this album is inspired by everything from modern soundtracks, scandinavian jazz and world music to arabic music, psycedlic metal and good old prog rock. Contributions were made by fourteen musicians altogether. Though most of them are fellow Norwegians, the album also feature the American percussionist Larry Salzman, fourteen-string guitar virtuoso Felix Martin from Venezuela and the Mozambican saxophone player Ivan Mazuze. The album is released on Spider House Records, and can be bought as a physical copy at CDbaby, Pymlico's Webshop, Amazon and as a digital download at major stores like iTunes and Amazon. Musicians on 'Guiding Light': Arild Broter: Drums, keyboards & acoustic guitars with Axel Toreg Reite: Bass guitar Mads Tvinnereim Horn: Guitars Geir-Anders Haugen: Guitars Mattias Krohn Nielsen: Guitars Felix Martin: Guitars Oyvind Broter: Keyboards Julie Falkevik Tungevåg: Keyboards Einar Næss Haugseth: Keyboards Knut Hillersoy: Keyboards Ivan Mazuze: Saxophones Even Kruse Skatrud: Trombone Larry Salzman: Percussion Vilde Badendyck Katralen: Voice.
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Rel. Date: 09/15/2014
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Guiding Light
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'Guiding Light' is the third album norwegian drummer and composer Arild Broter releases with his solo project Pymlico. The album consists of 50 minutes of instrumental progressive and melodic music, devided into seven tracks. The music on this album is inspired by everything from modern soundtracks, scandinavian jazz and world music to arabic music, psycedlic metal and good old prog rock. Contributions were made by fourteen musicians altogether. Though most of them are fellow Norwegians, the album also feature the American percussionist Larry Salzman, fourteen-string guitar virtuoso Felix Martin from Venezuela and the Mozambican saxophone player Ivan Mazuze. The album is released on Spider House Records, and can be bought as a physical copy at CDbaby, Pymlico's Webshop, Amazon and as a digital download at major stores like iTunes and Amazon. Musicians on 'Guiding Light': Arild Broter: Drums, keyboards & acoustic guitars with Axel Toreg Reite: Bass guitar Mads Tvinnereim Horn: Guitars Geir-Anders Haugen: Guitars Mattias Krohn Nielsen: Guitars Felix Martin: Guitars Oyvind Broter: Keyboards Julie Falkevik Tungevåg: Keyboards Einar Næss Haugseth: Keyboards Knut Hillersoy: Keyboards Ivan Mazuze: Saxophones Even Kruse Skatrud: Trombone Larry Salzman: Percussion Vilde Badendyck Katralen: Voice.