|Toisen päivän iltana|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||Studio JJ, Tampere, 1982|
|Genre||soul, funk, reggae, gospel|
|Jaakko Löytty chronology|
Toisen päivän iltana (‘The night of the second day’) is a 1982 album by Finnish gospel musician Jaakko Löytty. It was released by Kirjapaja on its just records label. It was later released as a CD by fg-naxos in 2003.
|1.||"Toisen päivän iltana (‘The night of the second day’)"||4.27|
|2.||"Ei päivääkään (‘Not a single day’)"||4.07|
|3.||"Pelkään sotaa (‘I’m afraid of the war’)"||3.10|
|4.||"Ehkä elämä voittaa (‘Perhaps life shall prevail’)"||3.52|
|8.||"Hiljaisuus (‘Silence is the most beautiful music’)"||5.08|
|9.||"Elänkuolen kukka (‘A flower named I-live-I-die’)"||4.54|
|10.||"Martin Luther Kingin laulu (‘The song of Martin Luther King’)"||4.25|
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