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Piirpauke - Metamorphosis Live 1977 - 1995 album download

Piirpauke - Metamorphosis Live 1977 - 1995 album download
Performer: Piirpauke
Title: Metamorphosis Live 1977 - 1995
Style:Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
Released: 1995
MP3 album szie: 1348 mb
FLAC album size: 1121 mb

Originally released on LP "Live In Der Balver Höhle" (JARO JG 048) Tracks 1-4, 1-5: Spring 1983, Germany) Tracks 1-6, 1-7: 2. 1983, Braunschweig, Germany Tracks 1-8, 1-9, 1-10, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 2-5: 1989, somewhere in Germany Track 2-3: 1989, Aarhus, Denmark Tracks 2-6, 2-7: 1989, Tbilisi, Georgia. 1990, Vanha, Helsinki, Finland Track 2-9: 1. 1992, Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland Track 2-10: 2. 1992, Cabaret Oscar, Tampere, Finland Track 2-11: 1992, Münster, Germany Track 2-12: 2. 1994, Plaça Catedral, Barcelona, Spain Track 2-13: 1.

Piirpauke is a Finnish musical group combining freejazz-,flamenco-, mbalax-, arabesk-, carnatic-, romantic-, modern-, classical-, humppa-, impressionist-,hindustani-, salsa-, amharic, lappjoik-, tibetan-, balkan-, karelian-, finnish-, national-romantic- and rockmusic - influences (. in their compositions. It was founded in 1974 by the ist Sakari Kukko, who is the only original member left in the band today.

Piirpauke worked well within the adaptions of traditional songs and their transformation into Folk/Fusion pieces and this was another case of their inventive spirit. The Moldavian-oriented ''Moldavialainen laulu'' with its lovely, delicate, mournful flute lines sets the tone for an impressive orgasm between Ethnic and Jazz Music, kicking off actually with the fantastic ''Makedonialainen laulu. All in all, a very pleasant album featuring the usual Piirpauke elements, without trying to bring anything radically new. In fact, Jukka Orma's guitar could have been more upfront as it is in the opening track.

Metamorphosis - Live 1977-. Piirpauke & Sakari Kukko 2010. See All. Live Albums. Compilations. Truly pioneers in the world-music scene, Piirpauke fuse traditional Finnish folk forms with motifs and rhythms from Latin, Caribbean, Arabic, and Asian musical styles. Starting out in the mid-'70s, Piirpauke have remained insistently eclectic, and their range of influences can stretch to encompass Senegalese drumming and Andalucian singing on a single disk.

Piirpauke's best known song in Finland is Konevitsan kirkonkellot (The Church Bells of Konevets), based on a traditional Karelian melody. It is named after the Konevsky Monastery in the Konevets island of Lake Ladoga. The song was covered by heavy metal band Sentenced in their 2002 album The Cold White Light. In Central Europe the biggest hit is so far 'Swedish Reggae'. The most active period was 1979-1993, when Piirpauke was touring regularly especially in Central Europe. Metamorphosis (Live 1977-1995) (1995). Ikiliikkuja – Perpeetum Mobile (2004).

Piirpauke piirpauke full album. Piirpauke is a Finnish musical group combining folk music, world music, jazz and progressive rock. It was founded in 1974 by the singer-saxophonist Sakari Kukko, who is the only original member left in the band today. In addition to large number of Finnish musicians, several musicians from various countries have also played in Piirpauke. Piirpauke piirpauke full album. The band has released 19 studio albums as well as several live and compilation albums. In October 2010 their album Koli peaked number one at the World Music Charts Europe. Piirpauke's best known song is Konevitsan kirkonkellot (The Church Bells of Konevets), based on a traditional Karelian melody.

The first eponymous solo album of Hasse Walli was released in 1981, the year when Walli was also chosen the Musician of the Year by Katso magazine. Blues Section: Blues Section 2 (1995, Love Records). Piirpauke: Metamorphosis Live 1977-1995 (1995, Rockadillo). Hasse Walli: Kevyet Kengät (2000, HCD). Hasse Walli: Todellinen Live (2001, HCD). Hasse Walli & Steve Webb: Winners (2002, HCD). Hasse Walli: Live Crazy (2004, HCD). Hasse Walli & Steve Webb: Sweet Nina (2005, HCD). Piirpauke: Historia of Piirpauke Vol. 1 (2008, HCD).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Konevitsan Kirkonkellot, 1977
Arranged By – Hytti*, Walli*, J. Wasama*, Kukko*Bass – Olli-Pekka WasamaDrums – Jukka WasamaGuitar – Hasse WalliKeyboards – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Traditional
7:53
1-2 Moldavialainen Laulu
Arranged By – Kukko*Bass – Olli-Pekka WasamaFlute – Sakari KukkoHarmonium [Indian] – Hasse WalliPercussion – Jukka WasamaWritten-By – Traditional
4:23
1-3 Swedish Reggae
Bass – Jorma KoivulehtoDrums – Tom NekljudowGuitar – Pekka NylundSoprano Saxophone, Piano – Sakari KukkoSynthesizer [Guitar Synthesizer] – T. T. OksalaWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
6:01
1-4 Büyük Ruh I
Alto Saxophone, Keyboards – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Ilja Saastamoinen*, Pekka Nylund, Sakari Kukko, Tom NekljudowBass – Ilja Saastamoinen*Drums – Tom NekljudowGuitar – Pekka NylundWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
3:44
1-5 Büyük Ruh II
Alto Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Ilja Saastamoinen*, Pekka Nylund, Sakari Kukko, Tom NekljudowBass – Ilja Saastamoinen*Drums, Vocals – Tom NekljudowGuitar – Pekka NylundWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
10:46
1-6 A Song From Romania
Arranged By – Sakari KukkoBass – Ilja Saastamoinen*Organ – Pekka Nylund, Tom NekljudowSoprano Saxophone – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Traditional
4:25
1-7 Sassan Aslan
Alto Saxophone, Keyboards – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Ilja Saastamoinen*, Pekka Nylund, Sakari Kukko, Tom NekljudowBass – Ilja Saastamoinen*Drums – Tom NekljudowGuitar – Pekka NylundWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
7:04
1-8 La Luna Intro
Arranged By – Jukka Tolonen, Sakari KukkoGuitar – Jukka TolonenKeyboards – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
3:17
1-9 La Luna
Arranged By – Sakari KukkoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenKeyboards – Sakari KukkoLyrics By – Cinta HermoPercussion – Ismaila SaneVocals – Cinta HermoWritten-By – Trad. Moldavia*
4:37
1-10 Hörhö Zack Intro I
Alto Saxophone – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Jukka Tolonen, Sakari KukkoGuitar – Jukka TolonenWritten-By – Sakari Kukko, Toivo Kärki
2:02
2-1 Hörhö Zack Intro II
Alto Saxophone – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
1:05
2-2 Hörhö Zack
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoArranged By – Sakari KukkoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenPercussion – Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Trad. Finland*
9:03
2-3 Yo Le Le
Arranged By – Ismaila Sane, Sakari KukkoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenKeyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoLead Vocals, Percussion – Ismaila SaneLyrics By – Ismaila SaneVocals, Guitar – Cinta HermoWritten-By – Ismaila Sane
7:55
2-4 Turbo Jazz Intro
Arranged By – Ismaila Sane, Markku OunaskariDrums – Markku OunaskariPercussion – Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Ismaila Sane
3:09
2-5 Turbo Jazz I
Arranged By – Sakari Kukko, Tauno RailoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenPercussion – Ismaila SaneTenor Saxophone, Keyboards – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
2:44
2-6 Turbo Jazz II
Arranged By – Sakari Kukko, Tauno RailoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenLyrics By – Ismaila SanePercussion – Ismaila SaneTenor Saxophone, Keyboards – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
4:19
2-7 Para Mi Nina
Arranged By – Sakari KukkoBass – Tauno RailoDrums – Markku OunaskariGuitar – Jukka TolonenKeyboards – Sakari KukkoLyrics By – Cinta HermoPercussion – Ismaila SaneVocals – Cinta HermoWritten-By – Cinta Hermo, Sakari Kukko
4:05
2-8 Yeela
Arranged By – Malang CissokhoGuitar [Solo] – Badu N'Djaye*Guitar, Vocals – Cinta HermoLead Vocals, Bass – Malang CissokhoLyrics By – Malang Cissokho, Trad.*Percussion, Vocals – Ismaila SaneSoprano Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoWritten-By – Trad. Senegal*
7:41
2-9 Tolerance
Keyboards – Sakari KukkoLead Vocals, Guitar – Badu N'Djaye*Lyrics By – Badu N'Djaye*Percussion, Vocals – Cinta Hermo, Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Badu N'Djaye*
4:04
2-10 Saara / Saraba
Arranged By – Badu N'Djaye*Guitar, Vocals – Badu N'Djaye*, Cinta HermoKeyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoLyrics By – Badu N'Djaye*, Trad.*Percussion, Vocals – Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Trad. / Trad. Senegal*
8:03
2-11 Dudu Bulerias
Arranged By – Ismaila SaneKeyboards, Percussion – Sakari KukkoLyrics By – Cinta HermoPercussion – Ismaila Sane, Raul SenguptaVocals, Guitar, Performer [Dance Shoes] – Cinta HermoWritten-By – Sakari Kukko
5:06
2-12 Wonto Minima Intro
Arranged By – Ismaila SaneLyrics By – Ismaila SanePercussion, Vocals – Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Ismaila Sane
0:29
2-13 Wonto Minima
Arranged By – Ismaila Sane, Sakari KukkoGuitar – Cinta HermoKeyboards, Vocals – Sakari KukkoLead Vocals, Percussion – Ismaila SaneLyrics By – Ismaila SaneWritten-By – Ismaila Sane
6:58

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Siboney Oy
  • Licensed From – Jaro Medien GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zen Master Records
  • Copyright (c) – Zen Master Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rockadillo Records
  • Copyright (c) – Rockadillo Records
  • Made By – DCM
  • Mastered At – DER Digital Editing Room Oy
  • Mastered At – Tampere Pro-Audio

Credits

  • Layout – Risto Vainio
  • Liner Notes – Waldemar Wallenius
  • Mastered By – Hasse Walli (tracks: 1-1), Janne Malén (tracks: 1-1), Petja Valasvaara (tracks: 1-2 to 1-10, 2-1 to 2-13)
  • Mastered By [Premastering] – Tapio Ylitalo
  • Photography By [Black & White Photos] – Tapio Vanhatalo
  • Photography By [Cover] – Antonio Narvaez
  • Producer – Sakari Kukko
  • Recorded By – Günter Half* (tracks: 1-3), Jouni Paju (tracks: 1-8 to 1-10, 2-1 to 2-7), Sakari Kukko (tracks: 1-4 to 1-7, 2-8 to 2-13), Simo Kämppi (tracks: 1-1, 1-2)

Notes

Track 1-1: 28.12.1977, Raumanlinna, Rauma
Track 1-2: 19.8.1977, Bullerbyn,Stockholm, Sweden. Originally released on LP "Piirpauke Live" (Love Records LRLP 251)
Track 1-3:22.6.1980, Balver Höhle, Germany. Originally released on LP "Live In Der Balver Höhle" (JARO JG 048)
Tracks 1-4, 1-5: Spring 1983, Germany)
Tracks 1-6, 1-7: 23.5.1983, Braunschweig, Germany
Tracks 1-8, 1-9, 1-10, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 2-5: 1989, somewhere in Germany
Track 2-3: 1989, Aarhus, Denmark
Tracks 2-6, 2-7: 1989, Tbilisi, Georgia
Track 2-8: 14.9.1990, Vanha, Helsinki, Finland
Track 2-9: 15.4.1992, Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland
Track 2-10: 25.8.1992, Cabaret Oscar, Tampere, Finland
Track 2-11: 1992, Münster, Germany
Track 2-12: 24.9.1994, Plaça Catedral, Barcelona, Spain
Track 2-13: 12.8.1995, Nämforsen Festival, Näsåker, Sweden

Mastering: CD-Edit except Konevitsan Kirkonkellot, 1977 mastered at DER
Premastering: Tampere Pro-Audio

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): ZENCD 2045 15112209
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): ZENCD 2045/2 15112003
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1 and CD 2): ifpi L051
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1 and CD 2): ifpi C9D1
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b