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KÄTKÄVAARAN LOHIKÄÄRME

Pekka Pohjola

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3.93 | 34 ratings | 4 reviews | 30% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1980

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1. Kätkävaaran lohikäärme (14:33)
2. Tehdasmusiikkia (7:34)
3. Sampoliini (12:08)
4. Inke ja mä (9:53)

Total Time: 44:08

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Line-up / Musicians

- Pekka Pohjola / bass
+ Ippe Kätkä / drums
- Pekka Tyni / keyboards
- Seppo Tyni / guitars

Releases information

Lp. Dig It DIGLP 12 / Cd. Fazer Music 4509-96415 (1994)

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3.93
(34 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(30%)
30%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Review by Progbear
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4 stars Part of the fun of listening to Pekka Pohjola is the "What's he going to do next?" factor. And after the grand, orchestrated epic that was VISITATION, he did an abrupt, 180° turn with its follow up.

Here we're presented with Pohjola at his most stripped-down. Bass, piano, guitar, drums and that's it! I think part of the impetus for this album was how well-received Seppo Tyni was on VISITATION. I imagine Pohjola wanted to specifically make an album that featured him. Definitely a wise decision; each of the tracks feature an infectious, intricate bassline from Pohjola and some tasty solos from Seppo. Pekka Tyni on pianos and Ippe Kätkä on drums round out the quartet.

As close as Pohjola has ever come to straight-on fusion, this is nonetheless undeniably everything one would expect from a Pekka Pohjola album. The melodies, chord progressions and, most of all, the bass parts are all unmistakably Pohjola. "Inke ja mä" is one of his finest compositions of all time, a real jewel in his crown.

So, would I recommend starting here? If you're coming from a jazz or jazz-fusion perspective, probably. Otherwise, probably not, as it's a rather atypical PP release. Which is not to say it's bad-quite the contrary, it's EXCELLENT!-but it's Pohjola trying something a little different. And, much to our delight, succeeding.

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3 stars Structured around Pekka Phjola's fluid bass melodies and arrangements this Finnish fusion jewel from one of modern music's unsung composers and arrangers breathes fire from the opening title track Katkavaaran lohikaarme ( The Dragon Of Katkavaara ), an extended showpeice that, like all the 4 trac ... (read more)

Report this review (#701163) | Posted by Vibrationbaby | Friday, March 30, 2012 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Let's get it straight, Pekka Pohjola is a master of composition; both from a progressive rock viewpoint, and the fusion perspective. And the album Katkavaaran Lohikaarme is a perfect blending of progressive elements, and the creative/compositional side of fusion. I am not a huge fan (use to be) ... (read more)

Report this review (#185774) | Posted by tmay102436 | Tuesday, October 14, 2008 | Review Permanlink

4 stars The last album in the range of the classic sounding, extermely inventive albums of Pekka Pohjola, one of the greatest bass-players ever, with long tunes featured with musical humour and extravaganza which only Pekka can do in a Sibelian way.....on the album are many great moments, the composit ... (read more)

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