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J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää - Paratiisin Pojat - Amerikansuomalaisia Lauluja mp3 album

  • Performer: J. Karjalainen
  • Title: Paratiisin Pojat - Amerikansuomalaisia Lauluja
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Country: Finland
  • Formats: MP4 AIFF AU ASF MMF RA TTA
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Folk
  • MP3 album: 1504 mb
  • FLAC album: 1762 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 137
J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää - Paratiisin Pojat - Amerikansuomalaisia Lauluja mp3 album

10. (The Ghost and Mary) A ballad of Finnish-American origin, popularized in Finland by Martti ja Marjatta Pokela. 11. (Lamb of God) 12. (The Last Time) 13. (Glory, Glory Hallelujah) From another recording made by Alan Lomax for the library of Congress. Originally performed by Emil Mäki in Newberry, Michigan, 1938. Recorded at the Yellow House, Koski Station during the spring and summer of 2008. Mastered at Chartmakers, Helsinki.

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PARATIISIN POJAT, J. Karjalainen & Veli-Matti Järvenpää at Luscher&Matiesen Marko Pesonen. Mika Sundqvist, Veli-Matti Järvenpää ja . Aho special - Baarintyttö, unelmanainen petrikki.

Järvenpää, Veli-Matti, Karjalainen, J. : Paratiisin pojat - Amerikansuomalaisia lauluja. Järvenpää, Veli-Matti, Karjalainen, J. Label. 1 Paratiisin pojat 2 Aarre kallis 3 Tule meille vaan 4 Hieno mies Albertti 5 Matin muija 6 Natisuta hetekata 7 Tanssit Kiipillä 8 Meinasin, meinasin 9 Varoitus Duluthin pojille 10 Haamu ja Marjaana 11 Jumalan karitsa 12 Viimeisen kerran 13 Sun kloorin kloorin halleluuja! CD. CD.

Tracklist

A1 Paratiisin Pojat 3:19
A2 Aarre Kallis 3:03
A3 Tule Meille Vaan 3:32
A4 Hieno Mies Albertti 4:03
A5 Matin Muija 3:25
A6 Natisuta Hetekata 2:17
B1 Tanssit Kiipillä 1:29
B2 Meinasin, Meinasin 3:32
B3 Varoitus Duluthin Pojille 2:55
B4 Haamu Ja Marjaana 3:48
B5 Jumalan Karitsa 2:51
B6 Viimeisen Kerran 2:40
B7 Sun Kloorin Kloorin Halleluuja 2:37

Credits

  • Arranged By, Accordion [2-row Button Accordion] – Veli-Matti Järvenpää
  • Composed By [Säv.] – J. Karjalainen (tracks: 11, 12), Trad.* (tracks: 1 to 10, 13)
  • Design [Graphic Design] – Henri Paltemaa, Unto Paltemaa
  • Design [Graphic Finishing] – Kari Lahtinen
  • Liner Notes – Arttu Tolonen, Jim Leary
  • Liner Notes [Texts Translated Into English By] – Arttu Tolonen
  • Mastered By – Svante Forsbäck
  • Photography By [Photos] – Timo Kirves
  • Producer [Tuottaja], Recorded By, Vocals [Laulu], Banjo [5-string Banjo], Guitar [Kitara], Design [Graphic Design], Arranged By – J. Karjalainen
  • Technician [Technical Advisor] – Janne Viksten
  • Words By [San.] – J. Karjalainen (tracks: 6, 11, 12), Trad.* (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10, 13)

Notes

The Paradise Boys - Finnish-American Folksongs

The booklet contains lyrics both in Finnish and English.

1. (Boys of Paradise) A Finnish drinking song sung to the tune of Country Blues by Dock Boggs
2. (Cherished Treasure) A Finnish ditty sung to the tune of Coo Coo Bird by Clarence Ashley
3. (Come on Over) A Finnish folk song sung to the tune of Butcher's Boy by Buell Kazee
4. (Albert Was a Mighty Fine Man) The story of Frankie and Albert, familiar to all from the famous American ballad, told in Finnish
5. (Matti's Woman) A Finnish ballad recorded by Erkki Kivi in New York in the year 1926. Erkki Kivi made a violin out of matchsticks.
6. (Squeak, Springs, Squeak) A Finnish version of Charley Patton's Shake It and Break It. Heteka is a bed with a frame made of metal tubing.
7. (Party at Kiippi) A Finnish folk melody recorded by Antti Syrjäniemi in New York. The Year was 1929.
8. (Almost, Almost) Finnish folk song.
9. (A Warning for the Boys of Duluth) Finnish-American singer Frank Mäki sang this song to Alan Lomax in Amasa, Michingan. Lomax was gathering material for the United States Library of Congress in 1938.
10. (The Ghost and Mary) A ballad of Finnish-American origin, popularized in Finland by Martti ja Marjatta Pokela.
11. (Lamb of God)
12. (The Last Time)
13. (Glory, Glory Hallelujah) From another recording made by Alan Lomax for the library of Congress. Originally performed by Emil Mäki in Newberry, Michigan, 1938.

Recorded at the Yellow House, Koski Station during the spring and summer of 2008.
Mastered at Chartmakers, Helsinki.

℗ & © 2008 Jukan Productions Oy / Poko Rekords Oy, A Member of The EMI Group
Made in EU.
ISRC: FIUNP0800378-390

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099924370110

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
POKOCD 367, 50999 243701 2 7 J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää - Paratiisin Pojat - Amerikansuomalaisia Lauluja ‎(CD, Album, Mono, Dig) Poko Rekords, Poko Rekords POKOCD 367, 50999 243701 2 7 Finland 2008
5053105668823 J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää J. Karjalainen Ja Veli-Matti Järvenpää - Paratiisin Pojat (Amerikansuomalaisia Lauluja) ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, Jew) Warner Music Finland 5053105668823 Finland 2013


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