Dungen 2009_08_24 (Phoenix, AZ – The Rhythm Room)

8-24dungen Progressive psychedelic folk rock from Sweden is a rare thing. When it’s found it should be enjoyed. So when I found out Dungen was playing in Phoenix I was pretty excited. I figured I would be there with 10 others who were attentive enough to touring bands or had just wandered in. Instead the place was packed with a ton of indie rock clones! I guess even they can get it right once in a while…

That may be Dungen’s strong point too, they’re able to appeal to a pretty wide range of listeners with their mixture of slower piano/organ driven songs and full on psychedelic guitar freak-outs. Enough writing/reading, time to listen.

w/Woods, Terra Firma

Phoenix, AZ
The Rhythm Room
ST-11 > CA-9100 > R09 (24-bit/48kHz)
R09 > MacPro > Wave Editor Pro 1.3 (fades, split tracks)> WAV > FLAC 24-bit/48kHz or mp3

01 Intro-Jam
02 Festival
03 Bandhagen
04 Ingenting Är Sig Likt
05 Det Tar Tid
06 Du Ska Inte Tro Att Det Ordnar Sig
07 Bortglömd
08 Familj
09 Sätt Att Se
10 Mine Damer Och Fasaner
11 Mine Damer Jam
12 Panda
13 Ta Det Lungt
14 Målerås Finest
15 Fredag

Gustav Ejstes – Vocals, Guitar, Organ, Flute, Tambourine
Reine Fiske – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Mattias Gustavsson – Bass, Backing Vocals
Johan Holmegard – Drums, Backing Vocals


sample(919kb): Fredag sample mp3

mp3(147MB): Dungen_20090824.zip

FLAC(854MB): Dungen_20090824-FLAC.zip

~ by invisiblesound on September 3, 2009.

One Response to “Dungen 2009_08_24 (Phoenix, AZ – The Rhythm Room)”

  1. thanks, nice recording.
    fyi though, the current drummer’s name is Johan Holmegard and he also does backing vocals.

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