Inga Juuso Tribute

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Inga Juuso – juoigan/yoik, vocals
Patrick Shaw Iversen – contrabass flute, bass flute, alto flute c-flute, keyboards, electronics
Roger Ludvigsen – guitar, keyboards, percussion, programming
Kjetil Dalland – bass

Additional musicians: Peter Baden – electronics nr 8 | Kenneth Ekornes – drums nr 8 | Steinar Raknes – acoustic nr 9 | Espen Aalberg – drums nr 9

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Iŋggá-váinni juoigan lea báddejuvvon / All vocals recorded during the years 2004–2014.

Musihkkašuoŋat ja buvttadeaddji/All music composed and produced by Patrick Shaw Iversen.
Miel’buvttadeaddjit/Co-producers: Roger Ludvigsen ja/and Kjetil Dalland

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Iŋgá Juuso lei eret Áltá-Guovdageaidnu guovllus ja son lei okta su áiggi dovdoseamos sámi luohtearttistain ja adnui árbevirolaš juoigama dronnet ja kulturguoddi.

Sus lei earenoamáš luohteberoštupmi ja nana juoiganmáhttu maid son árvasit jugii iežas bargguid bakte. Artistan sus leamaš olu duostilis rájirasttildeaddji musihkkagávnnadeamit gos son čájehii luođi fámu. “Luohtái šaddet ođđa hámit go gávnnada eará musihkkariiguin, singuin ovttasbargá ja iskkada musihkkasurggiid”, dajai Iŋgá gii lei gudnejahtton luohtečeahppi.

Iŋgá vádjolii 2014:s ja su dáidda lea báhcán eallit láidesteaddjin maŋisboahtti buolvvaide Sámis.

1   Mu eallin (My Life)   5:30
2   Válgun guoikán   5:57
3   Elle Sunná   5:59
4   Muorat čirrot (The Trees are Crying)   5:25
5   Ovllá Juhán Ásllat   4:31
6   Vuonnabahta   7:06
7   Moraš čalmmit (Sorrowful Eyes)   7:38
8   Geasseidja (Summer Night)   4:56
9   Gumpe (The Wolf)   5:08
10 Bekká Ántte   0:42

Inga Juuso came from Alta-Kautokeino area in the Arctic region of Northern Norway. She was one of the foremost solo artists of her time and was considered Sápmi’s undisputed queen of yoik and a true cultural bearer of Sámi vocal traditions.

She had a formidable knowledge of vocal traditions – a knowledge she generously shared through her work. This earned her the reputation as one of Sápmi’s most skilled, respected, and groundbreaking yoikers. She was fearless in blending yoik with other musical expressions, believing firmly that the power of yoik could transcend any musical barrier. She herself has commented on this: “The yoik evolves when meeting new musicians, working with them and mixing musical styles”.

Although Inga Juuso passed away in 2014, her art lives on as a beacon for following generations in Sápmi and beyond.

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