Irwin Goodman

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Irwin Goodman (real name Antti Yrjö Hammarberg, 14th of September 1943 - 14th of January 1991) was a finnish musician. Irwin became a success through his protesting songs about finnish community. Irwin made the most compositions of his songs himself and the songs were written by Vexi Salmi. Irwin Goodman mainly performed rock and folk music. During his career Irwin recorded many hit singles, such as "Työmiehen lauantai", "Ryysyranta", "Sepalus auki" and "Kieltolaki". Goodman is one of the most loved musicians in Finland, because of his romantic and ironic lyrics.


Albums discography


Irwinismi (1966)
Ei tippa tapa (1966)
Osta minut (1967)
Reteesti vaan (1968)
Irwin Goodman (1969)
Työmiehen lauantai (1970)
St. Pauli ja Reepebahn (1970)
Lonkalta (1971, feat. Esa Pakarinen)
Poing, poing, poing (1971)
Kohta taas on joulu (1972)
Las Palmas (1972)
Si Si Si (1973)
Häirikkö (1976)
Kolmastoista kerta (1977)
Cha Cha Cha (1977)
Inkkareita ja länkkäreitä (1977)
Tyttö tuli (1978)
Kulkurin kulta (1979)
Keisari Irwin I (1979)
Härmäläinen perusjuntti (1984)
Dirly dirly dee (1985)
Rentun Ruusu (1988)
Vuosikerta -89 (1989)
Hurraa - Me teemme laivoja (1990)
Ai ai ai kun nuori ois (1990)


Sources


1. ↑ http://www.hameensanomat.fi/JSP/templates/standardarticle.jsp?version=4950

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