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Examples of "levoton"
Levoton Tuhkimo ("Restless Cinderella") is a popular song released in 1984 by the Finnish rock band "Dingo". It is part of the album "Nimeni on Dingo (My name is Dingo)" produced by Pave Maijanen under the Fazer Finnlevy music label.
Restless Blood (Finnish: Levoton veri) is a 1946 Finnish drama film directed by Teuvo Tulio and starring Regina Linnanheimo, Eino Katajavuori and Toini Vartiainen. Tulio remade the film in 1953 as "Jealousy".
Mari-Leen started her solo-career with a cover of the Finnish hit "Levoton Tuhkimo" by Dingo, titled "Rahutu Tuhkatriinu'". After the first single made it to the first place of the Estonian charts, Mari-Leen again topped the Estonian charts with her first solo-album "Rahutu Tuhkatriinu", produced and written by Sven Lõhmus, in December 2006.
Lovers & Leavers () is a 2002 Finnish romantic drama film directed by Aku Louhimies. The film is written by Katja Kallio and Louhimies, based on Kallio's novel "Kuutamolla: Levoton tarina rakastamisesta". "Lovers & Leavers" is about Iiris, a 30-year-old bookstore assistant, who meets the man of her dreams.
This popular song has been remixed twice, in 1992 and in 1993, and has been reinterpreted by the "Scandinavian Music Group" in 2008 in their tributary album "Melkein vieraissa - Nimemme on Dingo". Estonian artist Mari-Leen Kaselaan's song "Rahutu tuhkatriinu" is also based on Levoton Tuhkimo. The song lasts about 4:12.
Regina Linnanheimo was one of the stars of the so-called golden era of Finnish movies. She specialized in romantic and historical costume films and melodramas, such as "Kulkurin valssi" (1941) and "Katariina ja Munkkiniemen kreivi" (1943). On the other hand, Linnanheimo showcased her tendencies for darker undertones in several Teuvo Tulio films. The two collaborated frequently, with Linnanheimo often serving both as an actress and a screenwriter. In 1946, she received a Jussi Award for Tulio films "Levoton veri" and "Rakkauden risti". "Olet mennyt minun vereeni" (1956) was their last film together and also the final film of Linnanheimo's career.
Through different occurrences Dingo recorded their first album "Nimeni on Dingo" before they started playing live gigs. The album sold amazingly right from the beginning. Although at this point Dingo was still in the shadow of another popular band from Pori - Yö, since their debut album "Varietee" had sold over 60 000 copies and right after its release it became number 1 on different charts. Also “Nimeni on Dingo” became a number 1 -album and as time passed it was sold a lot more than Yö’s album. There were many hits on the album: Sinä ja minä, Levoton Tuhkimo, Lakatut varpaankynnet and Pistoolisankari to name a few.
The first neutral-critical books were written soon after the war: "Devout Misery" (Finnish: Hurskas kurjuus) written by the Nobel Laureate in Literature Frans Emil Sillanpää in 1919, "Dead Apple trees" (Finnish: Kuolleet omenapuut) by Joel Lehtonen in 1918 and "Home coming" (Swedish: Hemkomsten) by Runar Schildt in 1919. They were followed by Jarl Hemmer in 1931 with the book "A man and his conscience" (Swedish: En man och hans samvete) and Oiva Paloheimo in 1942 with "Restless childhood" (Finnish: Levoton lapsuus). Lauri Viita's book "Scrambled ground" (Finnish: Moreeni) from 1950, presented life and experiences of a worker family in Tampere in 1918, including a point of view of outsiders in the Civil War.
The debut, "Nummela", is one of the best-selling Finnish records – it has sold over 150,000 copies (quintuple platinum). The album is named after Kela's former hometown Nummela, in Vihti. His biggest hits from that album were "Mikan faijan BMW", "Kaksi sisarta", "Puistossa" and "Nummela". The next single "Milla" was in the triple platinum version of the album. It is the best selling single ever in Finland. The 2nd album "Suuria kuvioita" in 2003 included one of his biggest hits, "1972". The album sold platinum. The 3rd album "Rakkaus on murhaa" got a gold record in 2005. The 2009 album, "Aukio", was a concept album telling a story of a miner. It debuted at number four on the Finnish album chart, but the sales were disappointing. Only the song "Aamu" was a hit. Kela ended the deal with Sony Music after the compilation album "Singlet 2000 – 2010" and signed a deal with Live Nation. His self-titled album "Anssi Kela" was published in March 2013. On the album he plays all the instruments himself, except one saxophone solo, and like in all of his albums he has written all the songs himself. He also produced, arranged and recorded the album. The first single "Levoton tyttö" was the most played song on the Finnish radio in 2013. The song resulted in his comeback.