on 18 March 2014
These five Danes serve up a fantastic helping of prog in various styles over their 4 albums compiled here (Amazon says it's a 'best of', but I believe the albums are complete). The first album still has that exciting heady feeling of the psychedelic era, with great organ and guitar, and the flute occasionally hinting at Jethro Tull. Over their next 3 albums they mature into more seventies style prog, heading deeper into jazz territory on the last albums. Together the 2 CDs guarantee a couple hours of really absorbing prog for those who like the genre.
on 1 October 2013
Had heard of them way back, but never (sadly) heard anything by them.
I have now though and is all brilliant stuff, that takes me back to my long hair days full of memories.
Some of it reminds of Arthur Brown, Kingdom Come.
You have made an old man very happy!
on 21 July 2013
They were very excellent band which are played many styles like jazz,progressive rock,freaky hypnotic songs.I can't stop listen this anthology!Their music is so unusual and full of idiosyncrasy.Highly recommended for all prog,jazz,freak,free rock collectors!