Sunday, May 3, 2015

Pan - 1970 - Pan


01. My Time 0:36
02. If 4:00
03. Song to France 2:09
04. Il n'y a pas si longtemps de ca 5:18
05. Many Songs Have Been Lost 1:43
06. Tristesse 5:00
07. To Get Along Alone 5:44
08. We Must Do Something Before the End of the Day 3:22
09. Lady of the Sand 6:41

Robert Lelièvre: vocals, guitar
Thomas Puggaard-Müller: lead guitar
Henning Verner: piano, organ, vibraphone
Arne Würgler: bass, cello
Michael Puggaard-Müller: drums

Its a little bit fun how the nordic countries did music. Finland were the home of progressive like Kalevala Elonkurjo and Tasavalan Presidenti. Norway had a lot of rock bands and folk music Junipher Green and Folque are good examples for that and Sweden were a mix of all those countrys and a lot of politics involved in the music. But then we have Denmark the home for heavy blues and rock it sounds more like it would be from the US/UK or something take bands like Terje Jesper & Joachim or Tömrerclaus, Moses etc. How ever this band are really good, great guitar work splended vocals. Its really hard to say what it sounds like but I think that all of you would get your own opinion about that. Well the band was formed by the frenchman Robert Leilevre who was travelling around Europe to escape military service and settled down in Denmark. They only recorded one album but it also exists a DR session that also rocks. The group split becuse of Roberts trouble with his demons that made him hard to work with. He later commited suicide in 1973.

Pan were a Danish prog/psych/blues rock band from the early 1970s consisting of musicians Robert Lelievre, Thomas Puggaard-Müller, Henning Verner, Arne Würgler, Michael Puggaard-Müller, and in the group's 2nd incarnation: Jens Elbøl, Torben Enghoff, and Nils Tuxen. Several of these musicians are still playing regular live shows in various different bands, such as Troels Jensen & Kenn Lending Blues Band, Somanden Og Stjernerne, and Survivors.

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