Line Up:
Harald Lytomt (electric and acoustic guitars, flute)
Tore Johansen (tin whistle)
Per Oyvind Nordberg (C3 organ, keyboards, programming, vocals)

This track should have had a live drummer. That would have provided an extra kick to this track. But I think it’s a great song, and I am happy with the vocals, keybaords and guitars, especially in the end.
On this track we used the same recording technique that the Beatles were introducing in the late 60s. By adjusting the speed on the tape recorder while recording, you provide a special effect when played back in normal speed. Also, this made The Sorcerer’s voice sound a little different from Roy’s (both characters voices were sung by me). I like this song, but I would have liked to re-record it with a good drummer!
I know that Kerrs Pink is planning to play this song live. I look forward to hearing that.
The Sorcerer is of course the Evil Guy in the Village, and the evil in Roy’s mind. He is also the mental block that stops Roy from fulfilling his plans. He must be destroyed, one should think.
In the end of the song, it’s time for having some fun.
Per Oyvind Nordberg
Sound Clip:
Kerrs Pink