Kevät

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Kevät
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Studio album by Rajaton
Released 20 April 2005
Recorded HIP-Studio, Helsinki
Genre a cappella
Length 42:10
Label Plastinka
Producer Leri Leskinen
Rajaton chronology
Joulu
2003
Kevät
2005
Out of Bounds
2006

Kevät is an album by Finnish a cappella ensemble Rajaton, released in 2005. The word kevät means "spring" in Finnish. This Finnish pop album is decidedly different from the previous, more traditional albums. In each of the songs, one member acts as the soloist, with the other five as back up (except for Nälkäiset Linnut, which features two leads). The album peaked at #3 in the Finnish charts and sold gold within six weeks of release.

Track listing[edit]

Track (Composer), Soloist

  1. Kivinen Tie, Soila Sariola
  2. Lunta (Teemu Brunila), Ahti Paunu
  3. Älä Mene Pois (Mia Makaroff), Essi Wuorela
  4. Kertosäkeen Nainen (Ufo Mustonen), Jussi Chydenius
  5. Venelaulu (Markku Reinikainen), Soila Sariola
  6. Sydän Ei Vastaa (Jarkko Kuoppamäki), Hannu Lepola
  7. Jos Sanot (Timo Kiiskinen), Essi Wuorela
  8. Nälkäiset Linnut (music by Jussi Chydenius, words by Heikki Salo), Essi Wuorela and Hannu Lepola
  9. Kauniimpaa (music by Teemu Brunila and Hannu Korkeamäki, words by Teemu Brunila), Virpi Moskari
  10. Katosimme Kauneuteen (Kalle Chydenius), Hannu Lepola
  11. Hopeaa Hiuksillaan (Tommi Lattunen), Essi Wuorela

Other Rajaton Albums[edit]

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