Robert Eklund’s Music Discography Page

My discography consists of the following international releases, with me performing on a variety of instruments. With the exception of the 2019 guest appearance on on the Solence track Death Do Us Part (see below), all tracks were recorded by Peter Lindahl in the In The Labyrinth studio.



2019 - Solence (oud, archlute)

Solence - Death Do Us Part

I make a guest appearance on Swedish progressive rock flagship Solence single release

Death Do Us Part

... performing on oud and archlute (yes, it’s allegedly there).

Solence - Death Do Us Part - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hysb9D1nfLI


2018 - In The Labyrinth (Electric guitar, 11-course baroque lute, oud, Celtic harp)

Samas Antaral

I appear on the Record Heaven CD release

Samas Antaral
(Trans 152)

... performing (again) as a “hired gun” in the In The Labyrinth (a.k.a. Peter Lindahl) this time throughout the entire CD, but perhaps most notably providing the electric guitar solo (volume pedal, with a flute-like sound) on track no. 3, The Raven Prince.


2011 - In The Labyrinth (archlute)

One Trail To Heaven

I appear on the Trail Records CD release

One Trail To Heaven
(011)

... performing in the In The Labyrinth (a.k.a. Peter Lindahl) version of Cities (same as above), track 12.


2009 - In The Labyrinth (oud)

Rökstenen. A Tribute To Swedish Progressive Rock of the /0’

I appear on the Musea Records CD release

Rökstenen. A Tribute To Swedish Progressive Rock of the 70’s
(FGBG 4837)

... performing in the In The Labyrinth (a.k.a. Peter Lindahl) version of Worlds on fire, CD 3, track 11.


2006 - In The Labyrinth (Celtic harp, ukulele)

Christmas Sampler I perform in the Lost Frontier release

Christmas Sampler 2006

... in the In The Labyrinth piece Santa’s Gone Fishing, track 7.


2005 - In The Labyrinth (archlute)

Higher and Higher. A Tribute To The Moody Blues

I appear on the Mellow Records CD release

Higher and Higher. A Tribute To The Moody Blues
(MMP 481 A/B/C)

... performing in the In The Labyrinth (a.k.a. Peter Lindahl) version of Cities, CD 1, track 3.




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