Kaseke - Dancer, from their sole album, "Burning", released in 1983. Estonian fusion/rock outfit Kaseke were formed during the early eighties by members of the punk outfit, The Propellers, which the Soviet authorities had banned for causing the youth to rise up against totalitarianism. The other members came from progressive rock bands like In Spe, Ruja and Mess, who were quite popular at the time, and they were Peeter Malkov on flute, Ain Varts and Riho Sibul on guitars, Priit Kuulberg on bass and Andrus Vaht on drums. When they first started out in 1980, they were led by the well-known jazz keyboard player Tonu Naisoo, who wrote a number of their tracks. They released their debut album in 1983 and it was fairly well received. The band unfortunately split the following year, with the various members going their separate ways. This CD features their album in its entirety as well as other tracks which were on a later, unreleased album. Guitarist Riho Sibul went on to form progressive blues outfit Ultima Thule.
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