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Pekka Pohjoloa

Pekka Pohjoloa
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Finland
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Jussi Pekka Pohjola (born January 13, 1952 in Helsinki, Finland, died November 27, 2008) was a Finnish composer and bassist who first gained notice in the band Wigwam and went on to become a respected composer and player in jazz and fusion styles.
Website
http://www.rockadillo.fi/pekkapohjola
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Releases on file (23)
Pekka Pohjoloa — Views Pekka Pohjoloa — Views
(Pohjola PELPCD 12, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Tuonen Tytär - A Tribute to Finnish Progressive Various Artists — Tuonen Tytär - A Tribute to Finnish Progressive
(Mellow MMP 385 AB, 2000, 2CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Pewit Pekka Pohjola — Pewit
(Pohjola PELPCD 8, 1997, CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Heavy Jazz - Live in Helsinki and Tokyo Pekka Pohjola — Heavy Jazz - Live in Helsinki and Tokyo
(Pohjola PELPCD 7, 1995, 2CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Everyman / Jokamies Pekka Pohjola — Everyman / Jokamies
(Pohjola PELPCD 2, 1983/1994, CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Urban Tango Pekka Pohjola — Urban Tango
(Pohjola PELPCD1, 1982/2010, CD)
Pekka Pohjola Group — Kätkävaaran Lohikäärme Pekka Pohjola Group — Kätkävaaran Lohikäärme
(Fazer 4509-96415-2, 1980/1994, CD)
Mike Oldfield — Exposed Mike Oldfield — Exposed
(Caroline CAR 1852, 1979/2000, 2CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Visitation Pekka Pohjola — Visitation
(Warner Bros 5050466-8805-2-9, 1979/2003, CD)
Pekka Pohjola — Keesojen Lehto (The Mathematician's Air Display) Pekka Pohjola — Keesojen Lehto (The Mathematician's Air Display)
(Love Records LRCD 219, 1977/2002, CD)
Jukka Tolonen — The Hook / Hysterica Jukka Tolonen — The Hook / Hysterica
(Love Records LRCD 113/149, 1975/1994, CD)
Jukka Tolonen — Hysterica Jukka Tolonen — Hysterica
(Love Records LRCD 149, 1975/2004, CD)
Pihasoittajat — Kontaten Kotia Pihasoittajat — Kontaten Kotia
(Love Records LRCD 131, 1975/1996, CD)
Wigwam — Live Music from the Twilight Zone Wigwam — Live Music from the Twilight Zone
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2185, 1975/2010, CD)
Wigwam — Being Wigwam — Being
(Love Records LRCD 92, 1974/2001, CD)
Pekka Pohjoloa — Harakka Bialoipokku (AKA B the Magpie) Pekka Pohjoloa — Harakka Bialoipokku (AKA B the Magpie)
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2176, 1974/2010, CD)
Jim Pembroke — Pigworm Jim Pembroke — Pigworm
(Love Records LRCD 103, 1974/1997, CD)
Wigwam — Pop-Liisa 3 Wigwam — Pop-Liisa 3
(Svart SRE004, 1973/2016, LP)
Pekka Pohjoloa — Pihkasilmä Kaarnakorva Pekka Pohjoloa — Pihkasilmä Kaarnakorva
(Love Records LRCD 71, 1972/2002, CD)
Hot Thumbs O'Riley — Wicked Ivory Hot Thumbs O'Riley — Wicked Ivory
(Love Records LRCD 52, 1972/2005, CD)
Wigwam — Fairyport Wigwam — Fairyport
(Love Records LRCD 44/45, 1971/2003, CD)
Jukka Tolonen — Tolonen! Jukka Tolonen — Tolonen!
(Love Records LRCD 47, 1971/2004, CD)
Wigwam — Tombstone Valentine Wigwam — Tombstone Valentine
(Love Records LRCD 19, 1970/2003, CD)

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