On May 31, 1968, a little boy, Jorn Lande, that would become one of the world’s most renowned voices in rock was born. In the heart of Norway, between massive mountains in a little town called Rjukan, the little blond Viking grew up roaming the forests and mountains and rocking out to Elvis Presley and bands like Sweet, Slade, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, Rainbow, Free and Black Sabbath.
Fifty years later a celebrative Box Set – issued in limited edition – celebrating the artistic production of the fine Norwegian singer is released with the intent of closing a first major chapter of Jorn’s artistic career and open up the “second phase” of his musical production.
With encyclopaedic content, “50 Years on Earth” includes all Jorn albums from “Worldchanger” (released originally in 2001) to “Out to Every Nation,” “The Duke,” “Lonely Are the Brave,” “Spirit Black,” “Song for Ronnie James,” “Bring Heavy Rock to the Land,” “Traveller” and the recent (released in 2017) “Life on Death Road.” All album artworks are created in a stunningly visual vinyl replica format.
In addition you can find an exclusive collection of JORN’s Best Live tracks recorded from his albums “Live in the USA” and “Live in Black” and of JORN’s Best cover songs. Finally there is a cd which includes 16 rare and bonus tracks which are going to wet the appetites of the several JORN collectors around.
The package includes handwritten notes from Jorn and is a complete must for all Hard Rock lovers!
In Jorn Lande’s words “I'm proud to have made it this far and to still be around and relevant. This is first of all a thanks to all the music lovers around the world who keep believing. Thanks for all your support! I am blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with so many great and talented people. This rollercoaster of a rock and roll journey still has its wheels on the tracks and I'm truly excited about the future and what's to come... bring it on!”
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