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Tomas Bodin
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CD Reviews
I Am
Review by Josh Turner
This concept comes from the fantasies of Flower King's keyboardist Tomas Bodin. Right from the get go, you know I Am is going to grow on you.
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Sonic Boulevard
Review by Josh Turner
This album features ten blissful songs from the masterful Tomas Bodin. As his third solo attempt, he has really hit a homerun.
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Interviews
Tomas Bodin
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Tomas Bodin from 2005

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