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This record was recorded in 1999 and contains 9 swinging jazz numbers. Pele Møller from Nuuk has made lots of records that are very familiar, not least because of the eager melodies, but also because of his heavy chord change. He has the female singer Juliane Andreasen (Kaaka) on this album. He is one of the tanned musicians in Greenland. Here are both sensitive and happy songs. Pele performs very often, and he can only do that with the guitar who makes it all the way to swing.
This record was recorded in 1999. It contains 8 tracks. All songs are sung by youngsters from Narsaq and the style is very popular song with calm numbers. It was Silamiut in Narsaq's youth club Nanoq who collaborated with a group of selected youngsters to make the album reality, and that was fine. The songs are about upbringing, sport, love and other youthful topics.
Hans Otto´s second production from 2000. Recorded in Atlantic Studio in Nanortalik (from 1998-2001). His style is popmusic – lyrics about love, encouragement and themes of life. Hans Otto is a great sing and songwriter and voice special as he performs and sings vocal both as tenor and as sopran with great affection.
The lyrics of N.F.S. Grundtvig (from book) are translated into greenaldic by the author Frederik Nielsen. FN died in 1991 (1905-1991). The music was produced in 2000 by the choir Appitta with great integrity. N.F.S. Grundtvig had written about church bells, God, Lord´s Prayer, - Christian and divine subjects. A very beautiful and relaxing production – mostly meant for the elder.
Northern Light is a modern "dance" record containing 10 English songs collected by Tupaarnaq Mathiassen from Nuuk. Tupaarnaq sing as usual very convincingly. The record was Greenland's first English discotheque, where all the melodies and texts were written and produced by Mik Christensen. The album was recorded in 2001 and is based on young people.
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.
NIKINGA – band from North village named Ukkussiat. Traditionel rock from small villages. Album of 10 tracks about family, honour, Greenland, love. The production addresses to party- and dance – a solemn production that will make your feet move.(2002)
This CD is a Soundtrack for the short film Eskimo Weekend. Various bands such as Chilly Friday, DDR, Julie Berthelsen, etc. are contributing to the album. The song song Eskimo is a song that should be given an extraordinary remark to where Malik Kleist is singing very well. The number is very special and can not be compared to anything else. The CD contains 13 tracks and is most based on young people, as it is the music from a youth movie (rock / pop / house). The plate was produced in 2002.
Production with music from the settlement Kangersuatsiaq. Traditionel Greenlandic music expressed by different artists from the village – songs about surroundings, way of life, familie, traditions etc.(2002)
This album contains 10 songs, about the family, the summer, the love, the kayak, etc. Arne Heilmann comes from Sisimiut and he sings together with his wife Magdalene Heilmann. The record was recorded in 2002. He is not unknown, as he has already released a lot of other CDs. The music on this CD is very traditional Greenlandic music, as everyone knows. The music is most intended for the elderly.he couple Magdalene and Arne Heilmann from Sisimiut are active sing and songwriters and have for several years toured all over Greenland performing their music. The album was recorded in 2002 - music style is traditional Greenlandic music and most popular in dance places, pubs and restaurants. Music mostly addressed to the elder publicity.
Najannguaq Qvist - talented girl playing fiddle and singing 12 christmas songs ! – only 6 years old when recording this fine christmas album in Atlantic Studio, Nuuk. Her mother Hanne Qvist leader of the local music school for violinists and other music veterans are guests on the production. Songs and stories for Christmas time with a touch of magic.
This production is a result of a contest of music talents in Nuuk in a cooperation between Atlantic Music and the local club NUIF. 23 bands were assigned and these 2 bands: Nu-Gen and Magnetic Northpole won the contest. Songs and lyrics are both in English and Greenlandic. The musicstyle from both bands is hard rock.
After their first collection, which became a big success, it would be quite wrong not to come out with a successor. After many years, Qarsoq has released several albums and a wealth of good songs. Therefore, it was not difficult to produce the successor. The CD contains 12 classics as well as a new number that was chosen for the title number. The album is more varied than the first collection, not least because of the items that have been modernized. Huge hits like "Green Shit" and "Tamatta Girl" are on the record with a whole new sound. Hans Rosenberg and Enok Poulsen include the album. Again, the album addresses both young and old.