Johanne Wille nutaaq!/Ny Johanne Wille!
Jonas Fleischer udgiver album med sanglærker...
The Qullissara project that has been around Greenland on a well-liked tour is now out with a CD. The CD contains the original songs (see track list), which have been reinterpreted by modern musicians and they do an outstanding job. The musicians list themselves: Kimmernaq Kjeldsen, Pilu Noahsen, Miké F. Thomsen, Hans Jørgen Damgaard, Viila Dangreen, Jens Nielsen, Christian Søgaard and Fabrizio Barzanti. A dream team for such a project as Fabrizio Barzanti has produced. Demand has been great already since their tour so it is with great pleasure to distribute this record. The album was released this month - December, 2012.
Enok Poulsen is finally on the track again with a brand new release with new songs. The album contains 14 songs that he has written and produced for several years, with several guest musicians. Enok Poulsen's music has always been popular and this time he has some of his family members backing him up. The songs are popped and, as Enok is known for, he also sings a couple of souls. It's 4 years since Enok last published an album.
Kai Olsen saqqummersitseqqippoq!
Everyone knows Rasmus Lyberth who is Greenland's ambassador in Greenlandic music. His clean and controlled voice gives the music a wonderful spirit that keeps popping in the ears. This record is a collection of his best songs from previous releases. There are a lot of old classics, which have been remastered for top quality sound in 2001. A nice sell in both Greenland and Denmark. Rasmus is one of the most tanned musicians, and is clearly visible in his calm voice and great guitar playing. He received this year's honorary award in 2003 from KODA.
This CD contains 14 well-known "Kalattuut songs, played via guitar (Siiva Fleischer) and Violin (Hanne Qvist). It's traditional melodies like Greenlanders are experts in dancing their very own folk dance into their beautiful national costumes - notice the cover. The CD was recorded in 1998 and will probably never be obsolete.
This is Pavia Geisler's 4th album, and this time he has managed to record his most popular songs from concerts, consisting of well-known folk songs and self-written songs that everyone sings on. He follows the tradition of his style as all middle aged listeners are so fond of.
The album was produced in 2007.
Multicolor Rasmus Lyberth has released great singer like "Asanaqigavit" and "Inuuneq Oqaluttuartaraanngat", which in November (2008) was sold to a gold plate corresponding to over 5,000 sold albums in Greenland. He has released many CDs and has been active in many artistic things in music, theater and theater just to name a few. Now he is out with his life's album, as he himself says, and one can only agree. Rasmus has become better with age and never has ever opened himself as he does on this record. "Hey Hey" is extremely unusual to listen to - you get on a soul trip where Rasmus Lyberth and his band pops out in a way you've never heard before. You have to let this splendid record speak to yourself as you can not spell his songs and the band's ability. Press "play" and be prepared for Rasmus Lyberth's best release ever and as he himself mentioned after hearing the final result; "Imagine it had to go so many years before I made the PLACE" and grin proud of the eminent work that is behind. Congratulations to Rasmus Lyberth and his band for such a strong and fascinating release.
Enok Poulsen is current with a magnificent CD with 12 comfortable tracks.Enok is one of the best-selling musicians in his genre and has over the years managed to renew and this time he has managed to get family members and friends on the record that work very well. Enok puts family values high, as is also clear on this record. Start the song "Nuunu", featuring the new ones, or listen to the rewarding duet with his wife Kirsten Poulsen on the number "Utoqqatserpunga". The album contains fresh numbers as well as singers as Enok is best known for. The record also contains a king-song song, which will probably be heard on KNR's radio wishes, where Enox's music is already a high priority for the listeners of the coast. "Alloriarneq" contains 12 songs and was produced this summer - 2009. A little surprise on the record is the replay of one of his great hits from Enok's first release "Saninni Aana Paniga", which is also fully entitled to this melodic album.
Then Melos Records came out with a new CD after a long time. Melos has produced plates like Zedna and Taaq, and now they came out with a CD with Arne Fisker. A CD best suited to the adult audience. The album offers fresh tracks that can be both dance-friendly and eagerness. Arne Fisker has the ability to get caught up and his way of writing music is both traditional and unconventional at the same time as he may tend to break the red thread - this makes it more interesting. The record contains 9 tracks and was finalized before the summer of 2009. The album was recorded in Melos Records Mobile Studio from 2007-2008. A long-lasting project that has finally hit the street!
Peter O. Petersen knows everyone from Greenland's first release with "The Eskimoes", which in his time was on LP, and later he released his own top-selling songs on tapes with hits like "Kiguserigama" and "Nuka". Now you can finally get them on CD and the music is re-mastered by Hans-Jukku Noahsen, so the sound is of today's quality - both cassettes are now assembled on a CD. The music is really fascinating from the old age, and the rhythms are really high gear, and it's only better with the humorous texts written by Peter O. Petersen. There are of course also many serious texts in the songs and he is able to come through many topics that everyone can relate to here. We are proud to be able to get his music back on track!
Rosa Wille, also known from Vajgat Okrkesteret, published this album in 1988, and if you want something real "kalattuut" (Greenlandic folk dance music) this is the album. All the classics, such as "Arnannguaq kavaajalik" and "Maniitsuliarluta", which are among the most famous Kalattut songs in Greenland, are featured on this album. The album also contains swing and roll songs that in themselves are very nice. This group is doing well in the good old fashioned way, and although the many songs on the CD are composed of many different, they still manage to keep the red thread. The style is traditional Greenlandic music and is certainly suitable for the more festive moments, as you can not get in touch with the music.
Vajgat The orchestra that plays waltz, swing and traditional Greenlandic songs, not least "kalattuut" is good old nostalgic music that has survived for many years. The music is still current and is sought after throughout the coast, and Rosa Wille and Pele Møller deliver the product. The numbers are catchy and have not been on the market for many years, but NOW they have reached all the shops on the coast and it is warming many listeners that the album has become available again.
Aqqaluk Heilmann from Upernavik has worked on his songs for a long time in a home studio and with some help from Atlantic Studio he had finished the album earlier this year (2012). There are a couple of female singers who hold the album while singing himself on most songs. The songs are positive where the style is traditional Greenlandic music with a touch of country and rock 'n' roll. The CD contains 12 songs and is most suitable for the middle aged audience.
Pavia Geisler - wellknown musician in Greenland - Pavia is playing traditionel music - has entertained all over Greenland - music makes you put on the dance shoes ! We all sing along when giving concerts. Check out youtube.com to listen.
He can fill venues to the breaking point and excite both audiences and reviewers. Now after several years of pause, Rasmus Lyberth is back with a new album.The Greenlandic singer, songwriter and actor Rasmus Lyberth is now ready with a collection of new songs on the album "Curiosity as a mate". Besides Rasmus, there is also a new team of musicians: Kristoffer Jul Reenberg (Piano and Hammond Organ), Alain Apaloo (Guitar), Ayi Solomon (drums), Ulrik Skytte Andersen (bass) and Jane Clark (Violin).
It's always a breathtaking and unique experience to hear Rasmus Lyberth sing his Greenlandic songs. Rasmus possesses a very special ability to convey the dramatic, magnificent and contrasting stories, both found in Greenland's nature and human destiny. With his self-composed music and his captivating voice, Rasmus sings about Greenland's nature, the conditions of the population and the homeland's development, so it defies all language barriers and goes straight to the heart of the audience.
With his music and art, Rasmus Lyberth has focused on the country to the north of oneInternational audience, and his artistic commitment has secured Greenland one of the most popular artistic representatives ever. It was most recently expressed when the BBC in July 2011 had invited Rasmus Lyberth to participate in their annual prestigious promenade concerts in The Royal Albert Hall.
Album performed by Karl Christensen-Kajusen from Aasiaat. Music style is traditional with melodies recognizable and easy to sing along. Consists of 10 tracks with guitarplay, keyboard and songs by Karl Christensen-Kajusen. The album is published to collect and raise funds to help the union “Fight of cancer”.