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Piirpauke Piirpauke

Available on: 24.1.2020

Please note! When you order pre-order items and available items together, your order ships when all items are in stock.

LP

20 

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Black vinyl. With insert and liner notes.

For more than three decades writers and critics have tried – in vain – to describe Piirpauke’s debut. Dizzy Gillespie put it aptly one time by declaring that bebop as a genre of music never existed. There was Miles Davis music, Thelonious Monk music, Charlie Parker music. Some 20 years later in this Nordic world-corner, there was Pekka Pohjola music, Tasavallan Presidentti music and Piirpauke music. Pohjola was a bit more influenced by classical music, Tasavallan Presidentti by Anglo-American pop and rock music and Piirpauke by ethnic folk musics. Each of them had modern jazz and free improvisation as one of their cornerstones. And they all made music that has survived easily for more than 30 years and which will continue to be acknowledged as timeless classics as the next decades pass by.

A1 Kuunnousu

A2 Legong

A3 Uusi Laulu Paimenille

 

B1 Cybele

B2 Konevitsan Kirkonkellot

Piirpauke Piirpauke

Available on: 24.1.2020

Please note! When you order pre-order items and available items together, your order ships when all items are in stock.

LP (gold)

22 

incl. 24% VAT
Available on: at

Transparent gold vinyl, 200 copies. With insert and liner notes.

For more than three decades writers and critics have tried – in vain – to describe Piirpauke’s debut. Dizzy Gillespie put it aptly one time by declaring that bebop as a genre of music never existed. There was Miles Davis music, Thelonious Monk music, Charlie Parker music. Some 20 years later in this Nordic world-corner, there was Pekka Pohjola music, Tasavallan Presidentti music and Piirpauke music. Pohjola was a bit more influenced by classical music, Tasavallan Presidentti by Anglo-American pop and rock music and Piirpauke by ethnic folk musics. Each of them had modern jazz and free improvisation as one of their cornerstones. And they all made music that has survived easily for more than 30 years and which will continue to be acknowledged as timeless classics as the next decades pass by.

A1 Kuunnousu

A2 Legong

A3 Uusi Laulu Paimenille

 

B1 Cybele

B2 Konevitsan Kirkonkellot