Stockholm Symphonie is an extremely rare, very limited, Japanese pressing that is almost impossible to find. It is a brilliant live radio show from between their first two albums, with most of the songs coming from their debut. Kaipa come across more effectively live (the bonus track on Inget Nytt Under Solen also is a good example of this) with a more insistent and intense delivery with greater room given to Stolt's excellent guitar work. Being that this may be impossible to find, it would be best to go for one of the first two, but believe me, Kaipa were a super live band and this is my favorite album.
Roine Stolt (born on September 5, 1956 in Uppsala) is a Swedish guitarist, vocalist and composer, started his career in the late 1960s playing bass guitar in local rock bands. In 1974 he became the guitarist in Kaipa, a professional progressive rock band. In 1979 he left Kaipa to form his own group Fantasia and made two albums. The group split up in 1983 and Roine started working as a solo and session musician.
In August 1994 he released the CD The Flower King. The album was successful enough that Stolt founded the band The Flower Kings, which has been his main project since then. He was also part of the progressive rock supergroup Transatlantic, and the new supergroup The Tangent (which he left in 2005).
1 Allthing har en Borjan 5:20
2 Forlorad I Istanbul 4:21
3 Saker har tva Sidor 7:24
4 Musiken ar Ljuset 10:00
5 Korstag 5:35
6 Stengrodoras Parad - Inget nytt under Solen 7:22
7 Hoppfullheten - Overheten - Vilseledd 15:08
Link : Kaipa