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    Morild

    Attention to fans of symphonic prog rock. Looking at the list of famous performers that have inspired MORILD from Norway (Camel, Jethro Tull, Mike Oldfield, Procol Harum), the use of Hammond organs and flute can give you a right clue. The music on 'Time To Rest' immediately seduce the listener by delicacy and richness of elaborated melodies, very tasteful keyboard layers, exquisite guitar parts, strong drums and superb bass, plus slightly theatrical singing. All in all, cohesion of performance is wonderful when you consider this is Morild’s debut release.

    http://www.myspace.com/morildprog


    Here's a link to Sea Of Tranquility review.

    http://www.seaoftranquility.org/reviews.php?op=showcontent&id=9359

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    A most interesting and enjoyable piece. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    A most interesting and enjoyable piece. Thank you

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    You're welcome.

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    MORILD’s new studio album ‘Aves’ has been recorded, mixed and mastered. It should be released on Thursday, May 30th. Below you can see the front cover.

    This CD contains six tracks with a full length of more than 75 minutes.
    :Morild-aves-jpg
    Track-listing is as follows:

    1. The Patient Fisher (08.07).
    2. Wildflower (21.08).
    3. Time River (04.59).
    4. Labour Day (13.25).
    5. Frost Glows (02.56).
    6. Waiting for the Ferry, pt. 1&2 (24.43).
    Last edited by Prog Head; May-25-2013 at 10:57.

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    The official website is now up and running.

    http://www.morildmusic.com

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    Morild surprised me with the previous release ‘Time to Rest’ (2010), on which they trod some exciting paths. That’s why I was wondering if successor ‘Aves’ is a step in right direction. The 75 min. running time doesn't stop this new album being worthy of attention it deserves. Again, meticulous retro-flavoured attitude serves an avenue for the instrumental craftsmanship, interspersed with interludes and emotive singing. The band is comprised of John Aanders Troset (vox, acoustic guitar, percussion), Odd-Roar Bakken (assorted keyboards, electric guitar, ukulele), Alexander Holand (drums, percussion), Nils Larsen (bass), Hans Kristoffersen (guitar) and Mari Haug Lund (flute, piano). They perform a vintage sympho-progressive style garnished with folky elements. Thrilling synths and excellent guitar lines, precise rhythm section and pastoral mood exemplify the diverse nature of ‘Aves’, to keep it fresh through every listen. Compositional quirkiness leaves behind interesting melodies. The music is quite superb. The production is flawless. The packaging is top notch, featuring lyrics, pictures and images. In the final summing up I’d say that this CD is well worth buying. ASAP.

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