Mari Boine in 1956 in the village GÁmehisnjÁrga in those Arctic region of Norway to the world, which is also known as Finnmark or seeds land. As descendant of the colonized by the Norwegian Christians and culturally oppressed seeds, it made the singer Mari Boine, who had previously worked as a teacher, from the mid-1980s to the task of preserving the cultural heritage of their people alive and make known in the world. They never proved to be narrow-minded purist. Your building on the traditional Sami folk songs (which she often recited in the fOr the seeds typical guttural joik throat singing) connected them always with a few elements of contemporary music, ranging in the course of their 25-year career of pop and rock About jazz and world music to electronic music was enough.
Your first oriented pop and rock plate "JaskatvuoÐa Manna" published Boine in 1985 on the small independent label Norwegian Idjut. Ins international spotlight She moved then 1989/90. First, by their second album "Gula Gula", which was released by Peter Gabriel's Real World label, followed by participation in the designed and produced by Rupert Hine and Kevin Godley exceptional music video "One World - One Voice". Since then, Mari Boine is considered constant in the so-called world music scene. appeared Still in the 90s from her just a handful of his own albums on Verve or Antilles: 1993 "Goaskinviellja / Eagle Brother" 1994 "Leahkastin / Unfolding", 1996, the compilation "Radiant Warmth" and the live album "Eallin / Live "and finally 1998 'BÁlvvoslatjna / Room Of Worship", another live album. In addition, she was involved in the recording of two albums "Twelve Moons" and "Visible World" of saxophonist Jan Garbarek in 1992 and 1995th
After the release of "BÁlvvoslatjna / Room Of Worship" sparked Mari Boine Surprisingly their immensely popular band in and put an artistic break. Only in 2001 she went to work with "GÁvcci Jahkejuogu / Eight Seasons" back. That same year, "Mari Boine Remixed / Odda Hamis" appeared. Then came an even longer time out until Boine 2006 with "Idjagiedas / In The Hand Of The Night" at last submitted a new, produced by bassist Svein Schultz album, on the first time modern electronic instruments were used. In spring 2008, then appeared under the title "It Is not Necessarily Evil" a second album with remixes of Mari Boine originals.
The departure to new musical shores, who had "In The Hand Of The Night Idjagiedas /" already indicated in 2006, has now been taken consistently on "Sterna Paradisea". The new album was again produced by Svein Schultz, the time, however, the trumpeter Ole Jorn Myklebust assisted. With its expressive, elegiac trumpet improvisations pushes Myklebust example the opening number "Lene Majja" and "Soria Moria Palassa" his stamp on.
Two other pieces present a great North-South dialogue: once the amine in a duet with the legendary South African singer Lathozi Mpahleni Manquin Madosini be heard (which was from Animal Collective recently fOr their grandiose latest album "Merriweather Post Pavilion" sampled); and then did Boine fOr another shot even with the also dating South Abaqondisi Brothers together, a twelve-member a cappella ensemble. These two collaborations Mari Boine is particularly happy. "I have long had a desire to be influenced my music even of African music," she says. The result of these two meetings is so impressive that it was worth waiting doubt on them. With its grandiose Dub-number "Skealbma" turn Mari Boine can smooth compete with Massive Attack.
Most of the lyrics comes from the two Sami authors Rawdna Carita Eira and Kerttu Maarit Kirsti Vuolab serving among others the Sami mythology to annotate current issues. In the play "Soria Moria Palassa" about the legend of a MÄrchenkÖnigtums is used to represent the superficial promises of modern politicians and the consumer goods industry in question, while in "Ipmilin Halešteapmi ", based on a prayer of praise, the misery is addressed in the world. For the track "Go Idja Nuossala" however used Mari Boine a translation of Emily Dickinson's poem "When Night Is Almost Done". Again and again it goes to pieces but also to nature. "Nature is my God, my guiding star and my corrective" says Boine. "It is the mirror of what lies within us all. Without connection to nature I would be lost. "
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