The first three pieces pretty much fit the standard described in this review, with the third one being the most aggressive track: Kultivator was one record band from Sweden. Other sites in the MAC network: The music of them is something between zeuhl, Canterbury-school fusion and some Swedish folk music. But, the music doesn’t really sound anything like other Zeuhl bands due to the mixing-in of traditional prog rock and traditional folk influences from Sweden. The majority of the song is very fusionesque. Tight arrangements and great rythm section.

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This song has a memorable organ part. The first three pieces pretty much fit the standard described in this review, with the third one stigra the most aggressive track: I like the guitar tone in this song. But now, I really do, and I just lovet it. The namesake track is another highlight: Some great sounding liquid keys on this one and check out the deep bass line too.

In many cases, that pieces just stay separated musical pieces, taken from different genres. You are not stigxr, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. Listen to the drums and bass at the beginning. Kultivator was one record band from Sweden. Forum user Forum password.


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There is some kind of traditional percussion which sounds like tabla. But this is not the CD’s finale, since it contains two excellent bonus tracks. The two bonus tracks fit in really well and are just as good as the album tracks. You can listen to the first song “Hoga Hastar” here on PA.

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There is two numbers on here that are strongly influenced by magma but most numbers are of a Canterbury flavour especially the ones that are sung by a female voice that reminds of the Northettes in Hatfield or the vocal exercises of Amanda Parsons or Barbara Gaskin on the National Health albums.

The sound and production is not the greatest, but the compositions and playing is great. Well, Kultivator is mostly Canterbury- based, which is not a denial of the band’s capacity to elaborate certain variables in this frame. Though listed as Eclectic Prog, and slightly influenced by the Zeuhl style, Kultivator’s Barndomens Stigar has quite a lot to offer to fans of Jazz fusion and Avant-prog, amongst others.


You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not. Swedish band Kultivator was regrettably a one-shoot act whose “Barndomens Stigar” album was an important legacy for the world of jazz-prog.

The final blow works as an effective farewell to the repertoire. Their sound is basicly produced via the fender rhodes, 70’s-bruford-sounding drums and some vocals ala Barbara Gaskin from the Northetes, singers of Hatfield Being somewhere on the border stigae two genres, the music is not jazzy enough to be classified as jazz fusion or even Canterburybut at the same time isn’t such dark, old and gothic-avant to be tagged as real zeuhl.


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And for the record, the bassist Stefan Carlsson, is my Dad. I’m prepared to concede that some bits and pieces may be considered, in a certain light, as having a slight Zeuhl-like feeling, but I’m sure that it’s incidental and I’m ready to wage a small but consequent sum that those guys had never heard Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 3 items. Get it if you can find it!

The title track starts off folky with flute. Again the bass is prominant. This exhibition of complex, experimental jazz- rock comprises a peculiar, challenging melodic vibe that includes an important dose of dissonances and an inch of disturbing darkness.

Comparing this band with previously named bands an A good stgar solo in this song. Kultivator is a must for every lover of experimental prog with a heavy Canterbury component: There are several tempo and climate changes in this one.