Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
One of Bo Hansson's best albums
BENJAMIN MILER | Veneta, Oregon | 08/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Attic Thoughts is Bo Hansson's third album and I feel this is by far his best one. Originally released in Sweden on the Silence label in 1975 under the title Mellanväsen, this album was then released in the US on Sire and in the UK on Charisma as Attic Thoughts (and now available on CD), making Bo Hansson one of the rare Swedish prog artists whose albums are quite easy to come by. Anyway, I feel Attic Thoughts is quite an improvement over the somewhat less inspired Magician's Hat (Ur Trollkarlens Hatt). The music is more sophisticated, the synth sound has improved greatly, and a lot of the wonderful atmosphere I loved so well on Lord of the Rings (Sagan Om Ringen) has returned. If you were bothered by the repetitive nature of Lord of the Rings, you won't have that problem with Attic Thoughts. As far as I'm concerned, Attic Thoughts is one of the greatest progressive rock albums I've heard from Sweden, and if you're not sure of that country's prog scene, start here."