The Very Long Take…

October 12th, 2019

Paraphrasing the title of Robin Robertson’s beautiful book “The Long Take”, of course – but I’m also thinking of the pace at which I’m posting new stuff on here. It’s been a year since the last time.
I did, however, not spend this year studying the finer points of finger cymbal technique at some ashram on the banks of the Ganges, but rather working slowly but relatively steadily – writing and recording as I go along – on my next album, tentatively called “Unspoken”. I’m hoping for a 2020 release. “In the Dust” was recorded at Straydog Studios in Stockholm in August and is produced by me and Jens Back, who also is the engineer – and plays the accordion part!

‘Til next time…


The Loner

August 26th, 2018

Back to work on the next solo A.P. Meister release. Here’s another work in progress…


When the lion lies down
Next to the sleeping lamb
and if the devil could die
Just slip right out of time
All those years on your own
Now you’re here, then you’re gone
Your life reads like a sad song
You just turned 44

Guess something was wrong
Guess you knew all along
That ghost-riders haunt
Our every waking hour
Can’t raise poor Lazarus
Can’t shake off this dream
Life can feel like a shallow grave
You just made 44

Still the trees did sing in your every childhood dream
And the shadows and lies just wash from your eyes
There’s forbidden fruit, there’s poison in the well
You’ll see beginnings and things that end

Sweet gilded cage
God damn that golden age
Those were the days, you say
What became of you and me?
A change in the weather and a change of plans
Fickle fortunes and changes of heart
You’re but an actor, now play your part
Like you’ve seen it all at 44

© AP Meister 2015

Last minute notice

October 11th, 2017

Live acoustic with Allen Finney at “Snabbköpet” (Stockholm, Gröndal) Sat. October 14, 8 PM.

Hornsgatan 55 Revisited

July 6th, 2017

Acoustic this time…

Gig at S:ta Clara on Saturday

March 2nd, 2017


Allen Finney & Fat City live at Bluesbaren in Stockholm

October 8th, 2016

Back again after a fifteen-year break. Allen Finney (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Tomas Holmqvist (bass), Clas Gustavsson (drums), A.P. Meister (guitar) performing “Someday” by Allen Finney.

October 8th, 2016




Work in progress

May 2nd, 2016

This one just might end up on the next album.

Yep, made to be played, indeed

August 10th, 2015

Next show at Norrport with Allen Finney on Saturday 15 August, 8 pm, btw. More info here!


Meister & Finney…

June 22nd, 2015

…live at S:ta Clara in Stockholm on Thursday July 2, 8 pm.