Nanook of the North | The Täby tapes

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The Täby tapes

by Nanook of the North

Conceptual duet album about a Innuit boy moving from Alaska to Täby, Sweden.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Reaching the shores of Arlanda (Instrumental)
1:04 album only
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2. Karin Boye´s grave
3:58 album only
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3. Israel and Palestine - a solution
4:03 album only
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4. Nanook´s ark
3:26 album only
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5. Phonecall
2:15 album only
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6. St George and the dragon
3:40 album only
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7. Näsby park
2:22 album only
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8. Hey fragile
4:27 album only
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9. Where will you go?
2:48 album only
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10. Nanook and the beast
0:52 album only
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11. The explorer
4:14 album only
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12. Forget it Jenny, love is just a privilege for the rich
4:20 album only

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Conceptalbum about an Eskimo moving from Alaska to Täby.

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ProgMark

An Unknown Classic
I heard about this CD on an obscure Prog site never dreaming that it would be on CD Baby if you LOVE or just like Prog or just some REAL GOOD music get this CD it is great. Mark
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JM

Brilliant Little Twee Pop Masterpiece
This album didn't leave my CD player for weeks after I got it. It sounds like a more twee, more upbeat Delgados with Bjork-ish harmonic accompaniment. And wow, does Nanook know how to write a soaring chorus. Almost every song has a cracking, insanely catchy melody. Recommended for fans of the Delgados, twee pop, or anyone with an open mind.
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