Album ref.: VKBA026-078
Digital album 13 titles + 1 intro + 8 interludes + 1 Bonus track - 72:06 mn, available in MP3 – 320 Kb/s - OGG - FLAC - streaming formats
Ĉiuj ni amegas Usonon - La Perdita Generacio – Härnösand (Sweden)
Coproduced by LPG/E-USA/Vinilkosmo © 2020
FULL ALBUM - MP3 - 10 €
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The Esperanto community has been waiting for a new album from La Perdita Generacio for too long. Concert albums have been released too rarely in Esperanto. Esperanto-USA is proud to contribute to repair this shortcoming by encouraging, along with Vinilkosmo, the release of this unique concert: LPG at the National Congress in Seattle (July 2018).
Ĉiuj ni amegas Usonon presents all 13 songs from the Seattle concert, plus a special extra track written during the post-congress camp at Mount Rainier National Park. Among the songs are several of the favorite LPG songs in unique versions, and for the first time with drums on stage. Five of the songs are unreleased, and one is an adaptation of a song by Amanda Palmer. Verbal interludes are also added to give an authentic concert atmosphere, and so all those who attended may relive the immortal experience.
La Perdita Generacio, during its seventeen years of existence, has become one of the most legendary Esperanto bands. They have won a number of awards for their art, and their audience is located on all continents. Describing LPG’s music is difficult, sometimes it’s fast and danceable, sometimes soothing and caressing. The texts cover a wide range of topics from political satire through the difficulties of romance to sentimental life. Due to its Nordic origin, catchy melodies and many harmonies, LPG has sometimes been compared to ABBA.
Judge for yourself, but don’t miss this milestone album in the globalized Esperanto culture.
In this album LPG is:
On stage at The Vera Project, Seattle 2018-07-15:
Anna Palmstierna Burenius: vocals, guitar, bass
Hendrik Lönngren: melodics, xaphoon, flute, vocals
Måns Palmstierna Burenius: drums, rhythm machine
Tomas Frejarö: vocals, guitar, bass, ukulele
Playing the extra track Ĉe Pumo-roko, Hernösand, Sweden, 2019:
Alena Adler: harmonica
Anna Palmstierna Burenius: vocals
Hendrik Lönngren: xaphoon
Karin Frejarö: vocals
Tomas Frejarö: vocals, guitar
Tim Morley : translator / adapter of Melodi Din , original song "Melody Dean" With the kind permission of Amanda Palmer (@ Kobalt Music)
Recorded Sound Engineer in "The Vera Project": Mitch Midkiff, Seatle, 2018.
Recording the track extra at Ĉe Pumo-roko: Tomio in Hernösand , Sweden, 2019
Mixing and mastering: Triboulet in Studio de la Trappe in Donneville, Occitania, France
Cover photo: Andrew Smith from Seattle, WA, USA (photo under cc-by-sa license)
Concept idea and version I of the cover: Michael Curtin
Recent modification enhancements and finish refinement of the cover: Hendjo
For The Vera Project:
The concert hall "The Vera Project" enabled and organized the concert recording.
Recorded Sound Engineer: Mitch Midkiff
Concert Sound Technician: Joe Riedel
Concert Manager: Emily Clementinee
Technical Manager: Jeffery McNulty
Rental Coordinators: Karimeh Daneshmandi, Karine Sandsmark
Executive Director: Ashraf Hasham
In addition to these, Ben, Nikvo, Jordon and LPG also want to thank:
Last introductory words from Ben Speakmon:
"To our brothers and sisters from abroad: Esperanto does live en America. At our National Congress 2018 in Seattle,Washington, where we welcomed more than 100 people, this beautiful concert with LPG (and special guests) took place, and has been preserved in this album. We are cordially happy to share it with you, together with our love, and the promise that nothing will build a wall around our hearts."
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