Ebbot Lundberg, seen here peering out from inside a tree, used to run The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, but has since moved onto TV acting and solo work. On For The Ages To Come he has formed a backing band of young guns (the Indigo Children) to help realise his psychedelic pop visions, which are bold and bright and have the feel of immediate classics. Out on Haldern Pop.
10/10 Nils Aakesson Customer review, 25th October 2016
Once in a while you find yourself in the right place, time and in the right mood. Ebbot Lundberg & the Indigo Children played in my town a beautiful late summer night. Well aware of his previous endeavors I was looking forward to this gig for ages (to come). I was in the other end of the venue, when the band entered the stage. And by the first three chords I knew this would be one of my best concerts, in like 10 seconds I raced to the front of the stage, stood up (I use a wheelchair, but can stand up a little) just in front of Ebbot,
he smiled at me and continued to sing "In these Golden years...", my absolute favorite of all songs by Union Carbide Productions. I once missed out on a concert with that band. So to hear this got me over the top, but it definitely was'nt the climax, far from it!
All of the album, Ebbot and the Indigo children (superb band!) performed that night, yet again placed Ebbot as the grand old man of swedish rock'n'roll. Did you ever miss him after TSOOL, then here he is again.
And hey! - you need'nt have the live experience. This album should blow your mind, for the Beatles'esque quality of the songs (I'm deadly serious here), the artistery, you can feel the musicians etch their signature on to the tape, all coming together in perfect harmony. This album is a thriumph for music. It is just as much an anthem and should be for the ages to come (between the lines: may they be good). Just like the Doors struck a chord in the youth movement back in the days. This album could have done the same. Given the right circumstances. (I and others honestly hoped for a revolution in Denmark at the time where I live) but it did'nt happen. But "For the ages to come" will be just as good the day it happens (I hope), and maybe it will be the tune of the revolution then.
I can not recommend it enough. Listening to it first time might have you dancing silly on the furniture.
I myself propably have listened it through 200 times. And I still want to listen to it every day!
Make sure to add it to your collection or MISS OUT!
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