[Peter Carlsohn photo by Jan M Lundahl] Peter Carlsohn, maybe best known for being bassist in legendary rock band Jerusalem, is announcing his debut album Out Of The Blue, will be released August 7th via the record label JONO, and distributed by Sound Pollution. Artist name for this project is “Peter Carlsohn’s The Rise”. Peter Carlsohn’s upcoming album; Out of the Blue is his debut album as a solo artist, but there are quite some years of experience behind this project. Pete
Dancing With Heavy Melodic Boots (30th Anniversary Edition) Everyone who has ever listened to or heard of Jerusalem knows about this album. Praised by many fans as their best collection of studio songs, Dancing On The Head Of The Serpent was, without a doubt, their “breakthrough” release in the United States. To many fans this material is also the most “familiar” set of songs Jerusalem produced because this album was released in Europe/Scandinavia (in English) in 1987 – a tim
Live In U.S.A. By 1985, Jerusalem’s sound had changed. The classic/progressive 70’s rock from the early years had transitioned into a more melodic/pop direction with 1983’s Can’t Stop Us Now. By the mid-decade they were a full-on arena rock band. Furthermore, with every studio release the band had endured a shake-up in the line-up. But in 1985, after years of touring in Europe, Jerusalem would finally lavish the U.S. with the fruits of all that live experience at the hands o
Welcome To The … 80’s? Jerusalem’s enigmatic 4th release remains, for some, a question mark on their otherwise impeccable record of inspiring and confrontational rock n’ roll. Fans have a diverse array of opinions on this album – some absolutely hating this direction for a band that to this point lived and breathed 70’s classic and progressive rock, and others lauding the change in musical landscape as cutting-edge contemporary. Regardless of where you fall on that spectrum,
We’ve Evolved In A Very Strange Way… Warrior, Jerusalem’s iconic 3rd release, remains probably the most celebrated of the Jerusalem studio albums … and for good reason. While I would argue all of the albums have an incredible impact, Warrior showcased a much more musically intricate and entrancing entity. The vocals/lyrics had always been the emphasis of the music up to this time, but these songs transcended on an instrumental level as well. Oh the lyrics are plenty contagiou
Jerusalem’s “Message” Lives On Through The Legacy Of Their Music! Sweden’s Jerusalem is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic Christian pioneer rock bands ever. From their youth in the 70’s they pushed the envelope of what was “acceptable” music for evangelism and Christian worship. Built upon their ground-breaking “classic rock” debut, they forged a career through relevant and engaging rock releases – music that not only reached out to the “unreached,” but which simultane
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