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9 thoughts on “ Pekka Pohjola - Keesojen Lehto (CD, Album)

  1. Jan 13,  · Pekka Pohjola's third album was released under several titles - Skuggornas Tjuvstart, Mathematician's Air Display, Keesojen Lehto - and a few years later under Oldfield's name to capitalize on his fame. The music here was a .
  2. Oct 26,  · From the album "Keesojen Lehto" (Finland, ). This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  3. Part of the CD features some of Pohjola's Finnish musical friends and these cannot be dismissed. It's all very cohesive and surprisingly original. This has been released for the first time on CD - quite a surprise; I remember the vinyl!! It has been available under its Finnish name - "Keesojen Lehto"!/5(7).
  4. Format: Audio CD Pekka Pohjola is highly underrated finnish prog artist having cult position here in Finland. This album is good, fusio prog with unique Pohjola sounds. A album (as other Pohjola's albums) that you like more the more you listen to it.
  5. May 02,  · Jos jotakuta kiinnostaa nii voin laittaa minkä tahansa Pohjolan biisin seuraavilta albumeilta: Pihkasilmä Kaarnakorva Harakka bialoipokku Keesojen lehto Urban tango Space waltz Flight of the.
  6. The album is in fact a repackaging of an album originally released under the name of Pekka Pohjola in under the title "Keesojen Lehto" in most countries, and "The Mathematicians Air Display" on Virgin records in the UK. Pohjola's association with Oldfield stems from when he played bass for him on tour/5(15).
  7. Oct 26,  · From the album "Keesojen Lehto" (Finland, ). Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  8. Pekka Pohjola: Keesojen Lehto ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Love Records (4) LRCD Finland: Sell This Version: SVR Pekka Pohjola: Keesojen Lehto /5(4).
  9. Guitar-synth and keyboards define and dominate much of the melodic content, elaborating the tasteful compositions over the impressive rhythms of drummer Leevi Leppanen and Pohjola's bass. This is the album where Pohjola really shows his chops: He's not a thunder bassist like Hopper, Top, or Paganotti, nor a power-funkster like Hattler or Levin; instead, Pohjola takes .

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