Carola Standertskjöld (Finland) - Perfidia (1965)

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    [​IMG][​IMG] * Carola -Carola Christina Standertskjöld-Liemola (23 March 1941 – 12 November 1997)
    [​IMG] was a Finnish jazz and pop singer. Her style was partially inspired by American singers of the 1950s. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] Simultaneously, it was in the spirit of the modal jazz scene going down in Europe in the 1960s. Mostly, Carola's jazz repertoire consisted in idiosyncratic versions of American songs in English, while her most famous jazz track "The Flame" was an original composition by Esa Pethman and the lyrics by the singer herself. [​IMG] As the vocalist for Esa Pethman's quartet and Hazy Osterwald's sextet in the early 1960s, Carola made fame in Finland and Sweden, and toured Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Switzerland.[​IMG]
    In the mid 1970s, tired of living constantly in the public eye, Carola retired from the music industry and concentrated on work in her husband Georg Liemola's grocery store. Throughout the 1970s, she made selected appearances at jazz clubs in Helsinki, including performances with the UMO Jazz Orchestra. Carola made a comeback in 1980 by publishing the Latin style album Maria, Maria, receiving a golden record certificate in Finland. After that, she refused to appear to audiences. In 1985, Carola was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. In 1987, Carola gave an exclusive concert with the UMO Jazz Orchestra and two years later one with pianist Iiro Rantala. In the early 1990s, she performed alone at a few charity concerts.
    [​IMG] After her long battle with the disease, Carola died on 12 November 1997 in Kirkkonummi, Finland.
    [​IMG] Carola Standertskjöld (1941–1997)
     
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