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Changing Times And Movements - Live in Finland And Sweden 1970-1971

Tasavallan Presidentti Changing Times And Movements – Live in Finland And Sweden 1970-1971

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Tasavallan Presidentti were, together with Wigwam, the pioneers of the Finnish progressive rock movement. Svart Records have an ongoing archive project with the band, the first fruit of which was the Live in Lambertland record in 2019, now sold out. Next in the series is the live compilation Changing Times and Movements, to be released in April 2021. Whereas Live in Lambertland was a full live set with the band’s latter day vocalist Eero Raittinen, the forthcoming double album is a documentary of Tasavallan Presidentti’s early years with the English-born vocalist Frank Robson at the helm.

The record consists of three live recordings from 1970 and 1971. The earliest shows date from the first ever Ruisrock festival in Turku, Finland 1970 and the Skeppsholmen Festival in Stockholm, Sweden the same summer. The album finishes with a live appearance at the Poppop Festival in Lappeenranta, Finland in 1971. These previously unheard archival finds present a showcase of the formidable presence that Tasavallan Presidentti had on stage in the early days in their career.

Changing Times and Movements includes, in addition to live renditions of material from the band’s first two studio albums, six tracks the band never recorded. Whirlwind Nightmare, The Old Woman and Gigolo were eventually recorded by the Finnish rock singer Kirka in the Finnish language, but this is the first time they’re presented as Tasavallan Presidentti originals, in English. Going Back was a Frank Robson song which was abandoned when Robson left the band. Impressions of India ended up on Jukka Tolonen’s first solo album, and Ain’t Ya Coming Home is a Blodwyn Pig cover which the band often played live around the time.

RUISROCK FESTIVAL, TURKU, August 22, 1970
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle).

 

CD1/1. ”GOING BACK” (3:38)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD1/2. AIN’T YA COMING HOME, BABE (13:31)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

CD1/3. TIS ME, TIS YOU (2:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

 

SKEPPSHOLMEN, STOCKHOLM, September 5, 1970
CD1/4. DEEP THINKER (3:04)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD1/5. TELL ME MORE (4:10)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD1/6. INTRODUCTION / DRIVING THROUGH (17:25)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD2/1. TIS ME TIS YOU (2:11)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD2/2. AIN’T YOU COMING HOME, BABY (15:08)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

 

LAPPEENRANTA, May 8, 1971
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle). Hosted by Pentti Kemppainen & Calle Lindholm.

 

CD2/3. WHIRLWIND NIGHTMARE (3:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD2/4. DEEP THINKER (4:05)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD2/5. THE OLD WOMAN (6:31)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

CD2/6. IMPRESSIOS OF INDIA (5:34)

Music by Jukka Tolonen

 

CD2/7. GIGOLO (3:29)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

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Tasavallan Presidentti Changing Times And Movements – Live in Finland And Sweden 1970-1971

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Gatefold sleeve, gold vinyl limited to 400 copies.

Tasavallan Presidentti were, together with Wigwam, the pioneers of the Finnish progressive rock movement. Svart Records have an ongoing archive project with the band, the first fruit of which was the Live in Lambertland record in 2019, now sold out. Next in the series is the live compilation Changing Times and Movements, to be released in April 2021. Whereas Live in Lambertland was a full live set with the band’s latter day vocalist Eero Raittinen, the forthcoming double album is a documentary of Tasavallan Presidentti’s early years with the English-born vocalist Frank Robson at the helm.

The record consists of three live recordings from 1970 and 1971. The earliest shows date from the first ever Ruisrock festival in Turku, Finland 1970 and the Skeppsholmen Festival in Stockholm, Sweden the same summer. The album finishes with a live appearance at the Poppop Festival in Lappeenranta, Finland in 1971. These previously unheard archival finds present a showcase of the formidable presence that Tasavallan Presidentti had on stage in the early days in their career.

Changing Times and Movements includes, in addition to live renditions of material from the band’s first two studio albums, six tracks the band never recorded. Whirlwind Nightmare, The Old Woman and Gigolo were eventually recorded by the Finnish rock singer Kirka in the Finnish language, but this is the first time they’re presented as Tasavallan Presidentti originals, in English. Going Back was a Frank Robson song which was abandoned when Robson left the band. Impressions of India ended up on Jukka Tolonen’s first solo album, and Ain’t Ya Coming Home is a Blodwyn Pig cover which the band often played live around the time.

RUISROCK FESTIVAL, TURKU, August 22, 1970
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle).

 

A1. ”GOING BACK” (3:38)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

A2. AIN’T YA COMING HOME, BABE (13:31)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

A3. TIS ME, TIS YOU (2:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

 

SKEPPSHOLMEN, STOCKHOLM, September 5, 1970
B1. DEEP THINKER (3:04)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

B2. TELL ME MORE (4:10)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

B3. INTRODUCTION / DRIVING THROUGH (17:25)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

C1. TIS ME TIS YOU (2:11)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

C2. AIN’T YOU COMING HOME, BABY (15:08)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

 

LAPPEENRANTA, May 8, 1971
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle). Hosted by Pentti Kemppainen & Calle Lindholm.

 

D1. WHIRLWIND NIGHTMARE (3:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D2. DEEP THINKER (4:05)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D3. THE OLD WOMAN (6:31)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D4. IMPRESSIOS OF INDIA (5:34)

Music by Jukka Tolonen

 

D5. GIGOLO (3:29)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

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Tasavallan Presidentti Changing Times And Movements – Live in Finland And Sweden 1970-1971

2LP

26 

incl. 24% VAT

> 25 in stock

Gatefold sleeve, black vinyl.

Tasavallan Presidentti were, together with Wigwam, the pioneers of the Finnish progressive rock movement. Svart Records have an ongoing archive project with the band, the first fruit of which was the Live in Lambertland record in 2019, now sold out. Next in the series is the live compilation Changing Times and Movements, to be released in April 2021. Whereas Live in Lambertland was a full live set with the band’s latter day vocalist Eero Raittinen, the forthcoming double album is a documentary of Tasavallan Presidentti’s early years with the English-born vocalist Frank Robson at the helm.

The record consists of three live recordings from 1970 and 1971. The earliest shows date from the first ever Ruisrock festival in Turku, Finland 1970 and the Skeppsholmen Festival in Stockholm, Sweden the same summer. The album finishes with a live appearance at the Poppop Festival in Lappeenranta, Finland in 1971. These previously unheard archival finds present a showcase of the formidable presence that Tasavallan Presidentti had on stage in the early days in their career.

Changing Times and Movements includes, in addition to live renditions of material from the band’s first two studio albums, six tracks the band never recorded. Whirlwind Nightmare, The Old Woman and Gigolo were eventually recorded by the Finnish rock singer Kirka in the Finnish language, but this is the first time they’re presented as Tasavallan Presidentti originals, in English. Going Back was a Frank Robson song which was abandoned when Robson left the band. Impressions of India ended up on Jukka Tolonen’s first solo album, and Ain’t Ya Coming Home is a Blodwyn Pig cover which the band often played live around the time.

RUISROCK FESTIVAL, TURKU, August 22, 1970
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle).

 

A1. ”GOING BACK” (3:38)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

A2. AIN’T YA COMING HOME, BABE (13:31)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

A3. TIS ME, TIS YOU (2:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

 

SKEPPSHOLMEN, STOCKHOLM, September 5, 1970
B1. DEEP THINKER (3:04)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

B2. TELL ME MORE (4:10)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

B3. INTRODUCTION / DRIVING THROUGH (17:25)

Music by Tasavallan Presidentti • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

C1. TIS ME TIS YOU (2:11)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

C2. AIN’T YOU COMING HOME, BABY (15:08)

Music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams, Jack Lancaster & Andy Pyle

 

 

LAPPEENRANTA, May 8, 1971
Produced by and recorded by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle). Hosted by Pentti Kemppainen & Calle Lindholm.

 

D1. WHIRLWIND NIGHTMARE (3:42)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D2. DEEP THINKER (4:05)

Music by Jukka Tolonen & Måns Groundstroem • Lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D3. THE OLD WOMAN (6:31)

Music and lyrics by Frank Robson

 

D4. IMPRESSIOS OF INDIA (5:34)

Music by Jukka Tolonen

 

D5. GIGOLO (3:29)

Music by Jukka Tolonen • Lyrics by Frank Robson

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