Langsomt Mot Nord - Westrveg mp3 album
Langsomt Mot Nord (en: Slowly Approaching the North or alternatively Slowly Northward) is a Norwegian synth-duo, founded by rock-drummer Ola Snortheim. The music of Langsomt Mot Nord (LMN) is derived from Norwegian traditional music. Many of the recordings are based upon older recordings of traditional tunes, performed on original instruments by Ola Snortheim's father, the folk-musician Olav Snortheim.
Langsomt Mot Nord remastering project. The three original LMN-albums from the 80s/90s were remastered in 2016-17. In the same period there was also created a new album, featuring Olav Snortheim, based on old tape-recordings. The albums will be published physically by Falck Forlag. What you will find on the Langsomt Mot Nord, Official Page : Detailed information about our three albums, as well as some related material. Articles from Norwegian press.
Langsomt Mot Nord (en: Slowly Approaching the North or alternatively Slowly Northward) is a Norwegian synth-duo, founded by rock-drummer Ola Snortheim. Langsomt Mot Nord - Ola drar til Myklagard. Langsomt Mot Nord - Nissedans. Langsomt Mot Nord - Westrveg.
Langsomt Mot Nord (Slowly Toward (the) North/Slowly Northward, LMN) was a Norwegian synth/folk project that released three albums between 1985 and 1991. The main force behind the project is Ola Snortheim, a seasoned drummer and musician who’s been a member of a dozen Norwegian bands over the last four decades, and also the only permanent member of LMN. For each of the three albums he’s been joined by a main collaborator and a wast amount of guest singers and musicians
Snortheim recorded the first album, Langsomt mot Nord along with Norwegian musician/producer Jørn Christensen, the guitarist with bands such as De Press, Circus Modern and Can Can. Christensen is also known as a record producer, and has produced for Norwegian bands such as deLillos and CC Cowboys. The second album, Westrveg, was recorded by Snortheim in company with Morgan Lindstrøm.
Langsomt mot Nord" (1985) "Westrveg" (1988) "Hildring" (1991). Although a duo, each album actually features a different line up. The music of Langsomt Mot Nord (LMN) is derived from Norwegian, traditional music and many of the recordings are based upon older recordings of traditional tunes performed on original instruments by Ola Snortheim's father, the folk-musician Olav Snortheim.