Nanook releases new album after 4 years!
Pissaaneqaqisut is the 3rd studio album by Nanook and it recieved top reviews in Greenland. The album also reciewed the annual Koda award for best album the year it got out (October, 2014). With more than 15.000 physical Nanook albums sold, the band has now become the best selling band in modern music from Greenland. Pissaaneqaqisut has 11 tracks...
3rd album from the band NANOOK was released winter 2014. NANOOK was introduced to Greenland five years ago and has sold over 15.000 ex. of their music in spite of the fact that songs are in the aboriginal language Greenlandic. The band has been touring abroad as in most Nordic countries but also in Canada and USA. Three years went by and this 3rd album Pissaaneqaqisut (We who have the strength)makes it clear that there is a common theme both in cover layout as well as lyrics and music. Their recognazible sound together with new subjects and beautiful composements ties it all together. The two frontfigures the Elsner brothers received the music award for the 2nd time for their creative and fine release.
In 2016 the band had great success in Aasia and has now signet a contract which is a compilation og the three CD´s. Nanook visited Japan as a part of a culturel promotion along with Greenlandic politicians and the Crown Prince Couple of Denmark in 2015.
Et længe ventet album fra Paninnguaq Jensen!
1 INUNNGORAMA NUNAMIILERLUNGA
2 TAKUAT PANINNGUAQ
3 PIGAARA ILUNNI ASSIT
5 NIPAASSUSEQ MISIGISIMAQAARA
6 PINNGORTITARSUAQ INUUFFIPPUT
7 UKIAP SEQERNA PUKKILISOQ
8 QUJASSUTIGAARA ULLOQ PILLUAQQUSAASOQ
9 UANGA JUULLI PIGIVARA AAMMA
gerth - a new name in Greenlandic music!
A children´s production also suitable for grown ups – lyrics and songs so well written and with great humour – style from rock – latin – ballads. Lyrics are challenging and funny expressions. Mostly produced with acoustic instruments – listen and learn – most commended! Will soon bring you in a better mood J
Per Berthelsen, known from Greenland's biggest band "Sume", came out with this album together with his sister Birthe back in 1982. The album "Kisimiinngilatit" has never been released on CD before and in connection with Per Berthelsen's 60th birthday, As well as 30 years of jubilee siblings between them, it was considered appropriate to publish this magnificent album on CD. On this CD version, bonus numbers from Per and Birthe's other popular releases (tracks 11, 12 & 13) are spiced - see track list that just puts the bullet in. The CD offers a lot of melodic songs designed with lovely singing voices with Per and Birthe in front, and the lyrics are considered with a music style that reminds you of their equally popular band Qaaq. It is Atlantic Music's pleasure to be able to get this legendary record on the market!
Inuk udgiver nyt album!
Box-i Nutaaq Siissisoq-miit
Siissisoq med splinterny BOX!
Nanook released 'Seqinitta Qinngorpaatit" in 2009. The album is the best selling album by Nanook and includes 10 songs and a bonus track...The album recieved the annual Koda award for best album the year it got out and is now one of the best selling albums of all time in the music history of the label Atlantic Music ApS...
8. First Capital
9. New Way
Ole Kristiansen is one of the most famous artists in Greenland, and this CD, which contains 10 songs, has sold over 10,000 copies. Ole Kristiansen is best known for his amazing text universe, where he uses lots of metaphors and imagery that have deeper messages. His songs have been ravaged throughout the nationwide radio, and his giant fans are always waiting for his next releases. Everyone knows the number "Zoo Inuillu", which even broke through in Australia with the original people: "the Aboriginals". The CD was recorded in 1989 and ranges from the young to the middle aged audience.
So the most wanted collection plate is finally back on the market! Ataatsimut 4 contains 12 songs, where it is Ole Kristiansen's song "Anorersuaq" which is the most well-known song on the record. He has also contributed his song "Asanninneq", which is also a very well-known song. This album is packed with talented artists such as Erland Olsen who plays his lovely party song "Unnuk Taanna" and Zikaza, who plays the song "Kammalaat". The CD was produced in 1987.
This CD was released in 1992 and contains 13 well-known songs. Per Berthelsen from SUME is included as a lead singer, and the most famous song on the record is undoubtedly the song "Timmissatut Ilillunga", which is best known from the radio. The numbers are very melodic and easy to sing with. The style itself is at the softer end (pop / souls). The other contributing musicians on the record include studio musicians: Svend Åge Hansen (vocal and guitar), Birthe Olsen (vocal and guitar) and Niels Ostermann (drums)
Mariina - Greenland's first major songwriter stands for some of the largest sales of albums in Greenland, and with its unique voice has gained a lot of popularity. This 1992 cd was the start of her entire career. It contains 9 great songs, and what makes the album more interesting to listen to is that there is also a male singer on the cd (Hans Lange). This makes the plate more varied. The texts are beautifully written by, among others, Ole Kristiansen and Hans Lange himself. The CD is Marini's best-selling album.
Self-Povl Dissing came to Greenland to record this CD, which is about Greenland. If you are at Povl Dissing, this CD is a must have! Povl Dissing always keeps his style, but this time he has collaborated with some of the best musicians in Greenland (among others Jorsi Sørensen and Nuka Absolonsen). The CD was produced in 1997 and contains 10 numbers, how many of the numbers concern Greenland. Notice the number "Parca Polka", which is a lazy Greenlandic folk dance song - this time with Povl Dissing as a singer.
As always, many of Greenland's great artists are gathered on an Ataatsimut plate. This time at No. 7 with Martin Løvstrøm's giant hits "Soormi Taava" and "Inuuneq Nalunartoq". The CD also contains lots of well-known tracks by Amongst Steen Olsen, Søren Alaufesen, Pilu Lynge and Mads Ole Kristiansen. The CD contains 13 tracks that came out in 2000. The music is best suited to the more mature audience, where it is the lyrics and tunes that sell the album.
The Appitta choir from Nuuk, this time in co-operation with Frederik and Ludvig Kristensen, has recorded 9 tracks. The numbers consist of both crossed singles and crosses that are backed up by instruments like harmonics, organ, guitar and gentle drums. People who like choral music and music such as Igalikumiut Kinguaavisa Nipilersortartui will love this plate. The songs, like everything else, are very short, but beautifully dazzled with deep tones from men and high tones from the ladies who together harmonize beautifully.
The biggest singers in Greenland, the most beautiful voices that represent some of the best-selling songs in Greenland's music history are now gathered on the same album. Katsi Kleist, Julie Berthelsen, Stinne Jacobsen, Tupaarnaq Mathiassen, Nina Kreutzmann Jørgensen and Nukaaka Motzfeldt Waldau sing on this wonderful record that has sold far beyond gold. It contains 9 beautiful songs, where it's the melodies, the singing voices along with the very beautiful texts that are due to the great popularity. It was recorded in 2001 and was the most popular CD that year and is still very marketable around the coast.