Smilers - Take Five mp3 flac
- Album: Take Five
- MP3: 1367 mb | FLAC: 1564 mb
- Released: 1994
- Rating: 4.3/5
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Profile: Estonian-Finnish rock band formed in 1991 by Hendrik Sal-Saller. Very quickly Smilers became one of the most popular Estonian bands
Smilers is an Estonian rock band formed in 1991 by Hendrik Sal-Saller. The name comes from a Rod Stewart album, Smiler. The band was first named Lezer Brozers. In the early years they tried in Finland with two albums, but didn't find success, so they came to Estonia and became famous very fast. Smilers won Artist of the Year award in the 2004 Estonian Music Awards. Smilers were also awarded a Golden Disc for Song of the Year in 2004 for "Ainult unustamiseks". Hendrik Sal-Saller – vocals, guitar.
Read Smilers's bio and find out more about Smilers's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. In Estonian context, the album offered an innovative take on rock music. Olen kuul" was followed by an even more succesful album "Mõistus on kadunud" ("The Sense's Gone") in 199. It's most popular song, "Tantsin sinuga taevas" ("Dancing with You in Heaven") was awarded with a Kuldne plaat ("Golden Record") for Best Radio Hit in 1998. Other radio hits from the release include "Mõistus on kadunud", "Aega parajaks teen", "Ära viska mind ära"
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Smilers. Smilers is a popular rock band from Estonia. The band was founded in 1993 in Helsinki, Finland but by the end of the 90-ies the group had gained huge mainstream success on the other side of the Gulf of Finland, in Estonia, the homeland of band's charismatic frontman, Hendrik Sal-Saller. In Estonia, Smilers has released a number of succesful albums and scored more than two dozen radio hits.
Smilers, she returns to simply writing and recording songs, a back to basics that isn't quite so basic, as it finds Mann livelier and snarkier than she's been in a while. That censored profanity in the record's complete title - it's easy to see but not say or write - is a tip-off that Smilers has a defiant cynicism rippling throughout the record, something that's welcome after the careful craftsmanship of The Forgotten Arm and the spacy sleepiness of Lost in Space.
The name comes from a Rod Stewart album, Smiler. Also known as. Hendrik Sal-Saller & Smilers Smilers & Hendrik Sal-Saller.
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|1||Do You Wanna Love Me
Drums – Merzi Guitar – Eba*Lead Guitar – Lare*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Percussion – Henri*Organ – Mikko*
|2||The Doo-doo-Choo-choo Song
Clavinet, Organ – Mikko*Drums – Merzi Lead Guitar, Bass – Lare*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, Percussion – Henri*
|3||It's Not Easy (Pa-da-da)
Backing Vocals – Dirty Beast, Maria*Drums – Merzi Electric Piano, Organ – Mikko*Horns – Soul Factory HornsLead Guitar, Bass – Lare*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar – Henri*
Bass – Cheri Drums – Merzi Lead Guitar – Lare*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Henri*Organ – Mikko*
|5||One By One
Backing Vocals – Maria*Bass – Cheri Drums – Merzi Lead Guitar – Lare*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, Percussion – Henri*Organ – Mikko*
- Recorded At – Revolver Studio
- Recorded At – Hot House Studios
- Mixed At – Hot House Studios
- Arranged By – Smilers
- Composed By, Lyrics By – H. Saller*
- Cover [Design] – Mikko*
- Producer – Jay Havanna
- Recorded By – Henri*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Jay*