The Spacious Mind – The Mind Of A Brother (1999)

The aggressive stoner track ‘The Prophet Am I’ and acid folk like ‘The Close You Get to The Sun’ are incredible tracks, and the best ones on this CD in my opinion. The rest of the tunes are also good, but not totally exceptional. Drawn album covers are once again marvelous! I am still little troubled with some of the samples which I have heard before on the previous recordings, f.ex. the album begins 100% similarily as their first record! It’s possible, that I just don’t get some thematic message they are trying to give. Anyway, this is a good album, and it’s certainly recommended to all those who appreciate psychedelic music. –taken from… progarchives.

Track List:
01 – The Prophet Am I (14:29)
02 – House In The Country (10:10)
03 – Interplanetarian Lovemachine pt.III — the final solution (19:42)
04 – The Closer You Get To The Sun (10:31)
05 – Outlaw Mutation Boogie (19:36)
– a) compost modern people
– b) cornbread jam
– c) star harvest
– d) walk on down the road
– e) I want you to be free

– Jens Unosson (synthesizers, electronics, atmospheres)
– Henrik Oja (guitars, vocals)
– Thomas Brännström (guitar, vocals, whistles, glockenspiel)
– David Johansson (percussion)


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