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.
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.
This 1994 CD contains 12 songs played by different musicians. The number that has been blamed for the great popularity is undoubtedly Kuupik Kleist's "Silama Qeqqa", which has a nice heavy relaxing effect on the listener. His deep voice and the lovely guitar game is a fantastic cocktail that goes into a higher unit. The other contributors on the record are Frederik Kristensen, Iisaavaraq Petrussen, Juaansi Lynge, Inunnguaq Petrussen and Vivi Lynge Petrussen.
This CD is like the other "Ataatsimut" CDs packed with talented musicians. This time, Johannes Berthelsen (Naalagarsuit) and Issarnerit (Naggataasumik) came with the biggest hits on the record. The CD was recorded in 1996 and contains 13 very different tracks, as it is all different artists / musicians. SUME also contributes a number on the album in true SUME style. Among other musicians who are on the record are Martin Steenholdt, Asimiut, Kammalaatai, Naajat, Gerth D. Lennert, Nasik, etc.
The soundtrack for the biggest movie about Greenland "Heart of Light" consists of very different music aimed at all ages. The title song itself is very beautiful and thoughtful. Among Greenlandic music you can mention Mariina and SUME. Selvka Nukaaka Motzfeldt contributes a nice drum dance, which is to be enjoyed, as it is rarely heard of recordings of female drum dancers. Other artists include TV2, the KLF, Laid Back, the Vajgat Orchestra and many others. The CD came out in 1998 and contains a total of 23 tracks - some of the tracks are replicas from the movie.
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 collection CD came out in 1989 and contains the very big names in Greenlandic music. Names like Zikaza, Ole Kristiansen, Sume and Naneruaq participate in this lovely collection (see track list). You get an insight into where Greenlandic music is today. The music on this album continues from generation to generation and it is a pleasure to hear so well-produced songs that are still heard today both for the young and for the elderly. An extra bonus on this CD is Egon Sikivat, as drum dancer at the beginning and end of this CD, so you can do it all. Egon Sikivat, a world-renowned drummer, died in 2009, and is known for example from Sume's first release, the short film "Inuup Tarraa" and many concerts around the world.
Greenland's first professional youth thriller / thriller feature film titled "Qaqqat Alanngui" was premiere in the cinema d. June 3, 2011. The film deals with one of the greatest myths here, called "Qivittoq" which means mountain walker. Read more about the film at www.tumit .glThis film got a page project about all the music for the film. This soundtrack for the movie contains both brand new songs as well as popular Greenlandic songs that are featured in the movie or have never been released. A few songs are included in the soundtrack due to the content of the texts that fit the subject of the movie. Malik Kleist from former Chilly Friday, who has also produced the film, is recording a solo album that many are waiting for. With his song for the movie with the song title "Qivittorsuup Tigummanga" you get a taste of what is waiting for him. Nanook who found out with their debut album "Seqinitta Qinngorpaatit", contributes with two songs that have never been released before and one song "Ingerlaliinnaleqaagut" is one of the main songs in the film. A song that one should also pay particular attention to is a song written by Kishima entitled "Timmiaaqqatut" - a great song that deserves to be heard. On a soundtrack there is of course also a theme song with, and Lu Berthelsen has provided an instrumental number. Alter Me and his own producer for Atlantic Studio (Mik S. Christensen) also contribute a few English songs that are excellent and it is a pleasure to get those songs. Of more well-known songs we have some from the dime Kimmernaq and the rock group Chilly Friday with songs that fit into the subject. See the track list for this strong release:
The soundtrack for the most notorious movie about Sumé is finally on the street! The CD contains 17 songs from the movie exclusively by Sumé. The CD contains some of Sumé's biggest songs, and with such a track list it is clearly the best collection to date. Sumé, which is Greenland's most influential rock band for both the music in Greenland and also for the entire population. The lyrics and the music have stirred up like nothing else, and the whole people have taken their music in such a significant form that it is still applicable after more than 40 years.
Denne pack indeholder 4 CD'er!