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The Amazing On World Cafe

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The Amazing On World Cafe

The Amazing On World Cafe

The Amazing On World Cafe

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The Amazing.

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Set List

  • "Gone"
  • "Flashlight"
  • "Gentle Stream"

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"The Fog"

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The four main members of the Swedish band The Amazing play in many other successful music acts (Dungen, et al), some of which are shared projects. The overlap makes for obvious chemistry within this experimental, genre-bending folk-rock supergroup.

On its most recent album, 2011's Gentle Stream, The Amazing jumps around quite a bit, delving into psychedelic folk, pop and acoustic rock. Here, the group plays songs from its latest album and sits down with David Dye to discuss its grandiose name and musical influences.

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