Truly pioneers in the world-music scene, Piirpauke fuse traditional Finnish folk forms with motifs and rhythms from Latin, Caribbean, Arabic, and Asian musical styles. Starting out in the mid-'70s, Piirpauke have remained insistently eclectic, and their range of influences can stretch to encompass Senegalese drumming and Andalucian singing on a single disk.
1 Kuunnousu (The Ascent of the Moon) 3:28
2 Legong 10:49
3 Uusi laulu paimenille (New Song for Shepherds) 5:32
4 Cybele 10:51
5 Konevitsan kirkonkellot (The Church Bells of Konevitsa) 5:08
Rip from CD 256@ (artwork included)