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  The blue mosque

Psychedelic Sweden
PSYCHEDELIC SWEDEN is an album covering a few of Peter Lindahl´s home made, psychedelic recordings which he made around the early seventies and beyond, with the ex- ception of some of these tracks cut in more recent years. His younger brother Niklas is also present as song writer and musician in various places.

INTERGALACTIC MOONLOONIES INVADE MUSHROOM HILL-volume1 is the initial part of a 6-CD-series released to help sup- port an alternatative radio program called Aquarian moons, which is run by radio man Paul Higgins, aka the Electric Gypsy. Kicking off Volume 1 is the In the labyrinth track Calling mushroom hill (Hallå hallå), here filed as a Peter Lindahl track

To listen to Paul Higgin's programs go to: AQUARIAN MOONS

A tribute to the Moody Blues

CD - MMP 481 A/B/C

Forty different bands and artists participate in a set of three CDs released by the Italian prog label Mellow records in 2005. ITL contributed with their  interpretation of the song Cities, which in 1967 was featured as the flip side to the legendary Moody blues single Nights in white satin.

ONE WORLD TAPESTRY was released in 2007 by MUSEA and  was initially a project aimed at helping to collect funds for the victims of the devastating Tsunami disaster in late 2004, this feat managed by Australian disc jockey Andrew Holborn. In the labyrinth contributed with a track called Karakoram Pass, which is  the resulted combination of two spliced together instrumentals from their first CD The garden of mysteries.

In 2003, In the labyrinth took part of The Vegetable man project, which was a compilation comprised of 40 different bands and artists turning out their own versions of the long lost terminated Pink floyd single 'Vegetable man', each of these interpretations lasting for only 10 seconds each while being hooked together in one long, seamless daisy chain. This album was released by Oggetti volanti non identificati on a single sided 33 RPM 10" vinyl.


RÖKSTENEN -A tribute to Swedish rock of the 70's. In 2009, this triple CD box was compiled together by  Collosus magazine in collaboration with Musea.  It boasted 40 modern versions of both well known but also lesser known Swedish vintage rock songs, among which In the labyrinth had the honor to deliver their version of Handgjort's song Worlds on fire, an otherworldly instrumental with clear references to India, written in the early 70s by band leader Greg Fitzpatrick.

is a compilation featuring various experimental bands and artists from around the world. The series of Floralia, released in the late nineties by Italian Miz maze, plays around similar genres as Gew gaw does but is also akin to the Vege- table man project series by Oggettivolanti. On this particular Floralia album, In the labyrinth  is represented doing one five minute long track called Sagarmatha, which was recorded in 1998 and bares a strong influence from Hindu culture.