Ulven wrote:Hreru, judging by those Kuupuu clips, you may like Paavoharju...
They are fine, but I think they did better things in Ultra Bra.
Nem rosszak, de szerintem az Ultra Brában jobb dolgokat csináltak.
Loiks wrote:I have four UB cd's and two SMG's (three in next week), they're all fantastic to me.
My local music store, which has the best 'world music' section in my state, maybe even my country, has just ordered 4 cd's from Fonal at random. I'll take a squiz at them when they arrive with the headphones at the store if I haven't already heard the samples on the website The album I bought, by Paavoharju, was moved from the world music section to the electronic section. The guy in the store and I agreed that more people would find what they were looking for if it were placed there.hreru wrote:Fonal records seems to be very interesting record label. As they say about themselves, "there has been releases so far varying from ambient, experimental, naive pop to semi-acoustic psychedelic folk", which sounds good to me. I`ve heard Paavoharju and Kemialliset Ystävät from "their" artists, and liked them both; at the moment I`m listening to Islaja, because I found description of the music (music for growing plants ) likeable.
Unfortunately, this only applies to the spoken words which actual resemble the written form. But 'tis true, one can hear the pronunciation better than with many languages. Even if I don't know what the words mean, I can often write down what I've heard when I hear an excerpt. In Danish, forget about it! They might as well not have a written form, hahaEgein wrote:It's so amazing how finnish is a clear language. I understand every word I know!
Incidentally, I find it interesting to know that they're (Paavoharju members) Born-again Christians.
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