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Juha Kujanpaa


Prog Folk

4.25 | 8 ratings

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5 stars This is exactly the kind of music I'm always looking for.

Instrumental music with a pastoral feel. A mixture of (medieval) folk, world, prog, jazz, fusion and classical music. All instruments are analog and/or acoustic, and the production is crystal clear. There's a rockband somewhere in the music but only to accompany the rest of the music.

This music makes you want to dance in joy and walk or ride your bicycle in nature. When listening to this music all the problems in the world cease to exist.

There's so much joy and happiness in the music without making it sound cheesy. Anther bands that have that same approach is Wintergatan from Sweden (but they use more synths), although it can be played in a playlist together.

Finnish progressive folkmusic has always been a favourite 'genre' of me, and this artist and this album only establishes that love.

Highly recommended to people who like joyful and playful music. Not recommended to people who like doomy, gloomy stuff.

Kingsnake | 5/5 |


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