Ami Aspelund

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Ami Aspelund
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Background information
Birth name Anne-Marie Aspelund
Born (1953-09-07) 7 September 1953 (age 61)
Vaasa, Finland
Years active 1973–present

Ami Aspelund (born Anne-Marie Aspelund on 7 September 1953 in Vaasa) is a Finnish singer. She is the younger sister of singer Monica Aspelund.

Career[edit]

Ami Aspelund released her first single in 1973 called "Apinamies".

Ami Aspelund has participated in Rostock Festival in 1981, in Eurovision Song Contest 1983 "Fantasiaa" ("Fantasy", music by Kari Kuusamo and lyrics by Kaisu Liuhala) where she finished in 11th place with 41 points.[1] In 1985 she entered in the Knokke Contest.

Her debut album was published in 1974 and has published many albums sung both in Finnish and in her native language Swedish.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Ami (1974)
  • Credo - minä uskon (1975)
  • Karibu (1975)
  • Yön jälkeen (1976)
  • Cascade (1976)
  • Fågel blå (1978)
  • Sinilintu (1978)
  • Tänään huipulla (1982)
  • Fantasy dream (1983)
  • Framtidens skugga (1983)
  • Fenor och vingar (1986)
  • Rio Herne (1994)
  • Sylvian paluu (1997)
  • Sylvias återkomst (1996)
  • 20 suosikkia tänään huipulla (2000)
  • Ami Live! (2005)
  • Pärlor (2005)

Singles[edit]

  • "Apinamies" / "Bumerangi" (1973)
  • "Waterloo" / "Kun pois hän on" (1974)
  • "Tänään huipulla" / "Tiedä mitä tahdot" (1974)
  • "Mä halusin niin" / "Suukkosuma" (1975)
  • "Päivä kaunein on tullut" / "Nuoruuteni on ohiv (1975)
  • "Koska sun taas nähdä saan" / "Ja rakastan vielä" (1975)
  • "Chanson d'amour" / "Onnen hetket" (1977)
  • "Vapaana" / "Ihmeiden aika" (1977)
  • "Sinilintu" / "Charleston" (1978)
  • "Fågel blå" / "Charleston" (1978)
  • "Fågel blau" / "Der erste Flug" (1982)
  • "Mitt äppelträd" / "Fågel blå" (1982)
  • "You are my life" (Ami Aspelund ja Jokke Seppälä) / "Flight 205" (Jokke Seppälä) (1982)
  • "Rakkaudesta ystävyyteen" / "Tahtoo lisää" (1983)
  • "Fantasiaa" / "Fantasy dream" (1983)
  • "Clown" / "Private secretary" (1983)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barclay, Simon (2012). The Complete & Independent Guide to the Eurovision Song Contest 2012. Lulu.com. p. 175. ISBN 9781471756696. Retrieved 24 September 2014. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Kojo
with Nuku pommiin
Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest
1983
Succeeded by
Kirka
with Hengaillaan