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The Spacious Mind

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3.17 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Valley Holy To Me (8:45)
2. Next To The Water Hard To Believe (8:13)
3. Time Is Like A Promise (11:49)
4. Waiting For You In The Woods Of Dawn (8:16)
5. Sleepy Eyes And Butterflies (8:58)

Total Time 46:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Jens Unosson / synthesizers, electronics, atmospheres
- Henrik Oja / guitars, vocals
- Thomas Brännström / guitar, vocals, whistles, glockenspiel
- David Johansson /percussion

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Review by loserboy
3 stars And now ladies and germs for something completely different may I introduce you to the most tranquil space journey of your lifetime. Known for their outrageous psych-touch, SPACIOUS MIND have continued their chronicles into the paranormal with "Sailing The Seagoat". Centered mostly around 2 lively acoustic guitars, background electric guitar (playing very spacey solo's) , e-bow, flute, vocals and percussion you are transformed into a very relaxing (never uptight) progressive rock which is very dream-like in nature. There are plenty of vocal harmonies which seem to blend perfectly with the hypnotic-like song structures they play. "Sailing..." is more laid back than some of their earlier pieces of work, but you will not be dissapointed to say the least. At times I get an almost PINK FLOYD (Aka - "Atom Heart Mother") feeling with the long acoustic guitar and mic recording. Well thought out songs which tend to extend in the 8 -10 minute range. Well thought of progressive rock recording by this prog head.

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