|Melkein Kymmenen Vuotta||3:20|
|Matias 7 V.||3:00|
|Spelman (Och Spel)||2:06|
|LRLP 143||Mummi Kutoo||Mummi Kutoo (LP, Album)||Love Records||LRLP 143||Finland||1975|
|LRC 143||Mummi Kutoo||Mummi Kutoo (Cass, Album)||Love Records||LRC 143||Finland||1975|
|EKTRO-022||Mummi Kutoo||Mummi Kutoo (CD, Comp)||Ektro Records||EKTRO-022||Finland||2003|
|SRE107, KRYPT-108||Mummi Kutoo||Mummi Kutoo (LP, Album + 12", Ltd, Bro)||Svart Records, Full Contact Records||SRE107, KRYPT-108||Finland||2016|
|SRE107, KRYPT-108||Mummi Kutoo||Mummi Kutoo (LP, Album, RE + 12", Ltd)||Svart Records, Full Contact Records||SRE107, KRYPT-108||Finland||2016|
Listen to music from Mummi Kutoo like Melkein kymmenen vuotta, Hevoslaulu & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mummi Kutoo. Mummi kutoo" is Finnish for "Grandma's knitting".
Mummi Kutoo was a completely obscure group until Ektro Records dug up the masters to their eponymous 1975 album and put it on CD with nine bonus tracks in 2003. Since then the cult around this Finnish agricultural psychedelic group has grown to new levels, making original copies of the LP nearly impossible to find. Come 2016, Ektro Records together with Svart Records present the Mummi Kutoo album on vinyl for the first time in 41 years. Built together with the band, the reissue is expanded with a full LP of unreleased material from the band's demo archives. Employing instruments like piano, banjo, tuba and mandolin, the album's soft dreamscape exhibits a thorough understanding of various sub-genres such as melodic orchestral pop, fragile coffeehouse jazz and light AM country.
Top Songs Mummi Kutoo.
Mummi Kutoo - Toijala Mielessään. Topi Sorsakoski & Kulkukoirat - Luotu lähtemään. Topi Saha plays Helsingin taivas @ Mummi Kutoo takaisin 2015. Chords: G. B. Bm. A. F#m.
Mummi Kutoo take a folk rock sound very close to Fairport Convention and infuse it with enough left-of-anything craziness to render the cd as interesting to listen to now as it clearly was in 1975. With bits of screwed up Americana – banjo’s and hoedowns, bits of very worrying musichall, and including a couple beer swilling sing-alongs; this really wouldn’t be out of place on Important Records or even Fonal. Originally issued in 1975 (the cd gives us a handful of bonus tracks on top of the originals), this album gives a startlingly clear heritage of Finnish alternative music, tracing the roots of many Fonal acts perfectly. Mummi Kutoo take a folk rock sound very close to Fairport Convention and infuse it with enough left-of-anything craziness to render the cd as interesting to listen to now as it clearly was in 1975.