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||Best of Fra Lippo Lippi CD (2003)
Per Oystein Sorensen CD discography So this is The Best of Fra Lippo Lippi, right? In fact, there are two important issues, both understandable, that may still annoy fans and curious minds. First is the absence of any tracks from the group's first two LPs, In Silence (1981) and ...
||Early Years CD (2003) |
Per Oystein Sorensen discography Most of Fra Lippo Lippi's catalog is own by Virgin, but leader Rune Kristoffersen still holds the rights to the group's first two LPs, In Silence (1981) and Small Mercies (1983). Both are integrally reissued here as part of a CD filled to the ...
||Songs CD (1985)
Per Oystein Sorensen albums Originally influenced by post-punk bands like Joy Division, the Norwegian duo Fra Lippo Lippi had gradually developed its own acoustic, piano-based sound by the time of this album, first released in 1985, which recalls the later work of bands like Talk Talk. This edition, ...
||Living in a Boy's World CD (2005) |
Per Oystein Sorensen CD discography When you think of someone as an artist, usually that person excels in one or two mediums. But not Aina: the wealth of artistry flows in her veins. Living In A Boy's World is Aina's 2005 album. MTM Classix.
Recording information: Scanax Studios (06/1987-12/1987); Studio ...
||Inner Harmony CD (2001)
Per Oystein Sorensen music CDs Recording information: London Recording Studios; Matrix Studios; Metropolis Studios; Ralfs; River of Life Studios; Whighfield Street Studios.
Arrangers: Fridrik Karlsson; Simon Hale.
Personnel: Hans Fredrik Jacobsen, Johan Stengård (alto saxophone); Peter Adams (piano); Ralph Salmins, Paolo Vinaccia (drums); Fridrik Karlsson (programming); Per Oystein Sorensen (background vocals).
||In A Brilliant White CD |
Per Oystein Sorensen songs Fra Lippo Lippi's IN A BRILLIANT WHITE includes the songs "Story of a Broken Heart," "Come On," and "Stay."
Two decades after making their gothic-styled debut, the Norwegian band Fra Lippo Lippi released a comeback album in 2002 that was as stylistically removed from their ...
||Ridin' On The Blinds CD (1997) |
Per Oystein Sorensen albums The second collaboration of these three roots-rock veterans is more reminiscent of Rick Danko's work with The Band than was their 1993 self-titled release; it also has a gentler edge, with more folk and traditional songs and fewer rock and roll tunes. Eric Andersen's lovely duet ...