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2009-09-23 10:10:12 UTC
Vàli is an acoustic music artist from Norway, that plays instrumental songs based on nylon-string guitar, here and there accompanied by other instruments, such as flute and cello. There has been one release so far: Forlatt (2004) which is now currently out of print. A five album contract has been signed with the label Auerbach Tonträger. Vàli also plays acoustic and electric guitar in the Norwegian atmospheric doom metal band Skumring. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( MUSIC NEXT TO PERFECTION. Too bad, only one release ). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Vàli Album - Forlatt Release Date - 2004 Genre - Instrumental, Neo-folk/Mod-folk, Dark-folk, Acoustic Tracklist 1 Naar Vinden Graater... 3:32 2 Dypt Inne I Skogen 3:04 3 Et Ensomt Minne 4:21 4 Nordlysets Dans 3:02 5 Lengsel 3:36 6 Sorg 6:06 7 Skumringens Omfavn 0:49 8 Her Ute I Moerket 4:11 9 Taake 1:39 10 Doedens Evige Kall 4:35 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Vàli - Forlatt Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Talvihorros ~ Ass ~ Crimson ~ Kang Eun Il's ~ To The Boy Elis ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ THANKS GEERT... Vali is PURE AWESOMENESS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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