℗ 2015 Octopus
Duration 46m 37s
Record Label Octopus
Catalogue No. OCTO413-2
Release Date October 9, 2015
Genre World
 

Sensitive Skin

Kimmo Pohjonen

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1.1
Cyclon
Kimmo Pohjonen
4:14
1.2
Lamina
Kimmo Pohjonen
4:28
1.3
Sulo
Kimmo Pohjonen
5:09
1.4
Anemone
Kimmo Pohjonen
4:43
1.5
Emissio
Kimmo Pohjonen
6:16
1.6
Atomi
Kimmo Pohjonen
4:47
1.7
Serenity
Kimmo Pohjonen
5:36
1.8
Ramsoo
Kimmo Pohjonen
6:06
1.9
Sensitive Skin
Kimmo Pohjonen
5:18
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Duration    46m 37s
Sensitive Skin from Finnish progressive accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen features nine original compositions that explore dynamic new sonic territory. Pohjonen is joined by special guest string quartet the Kronos Quartet and many other musicians, including his own daughters Inka and Saana on vocals. "This is the first album where I had enough time to plan and record at a comfortable pace and in my own studio, allowing the music to emerge more organically and exactly as I wanted. Additionally, the vocal contributions by my daughters Inka and Saana were a big influence on the way the music and album were shaped, created and arranged. I am more than satisfied, even thrilled with the results." - Kimmo Pohjonen
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