the Stars, the stars program in the charming Jussi Rainio , 53, presented Or known by the Mombasa-song. Rainio's childhood was broken, but also contains moments of happiness. He chose the song, because it reminds rugged of childhood good times.
Difficult Jussilla father was an alcoholic. John's parents divorced when she was under school age. My mother had a nervous breakdown and moved to a new city, Rainio missed the Helsinki factory to the street to live with an alcoholic-father, brother, and sister.
Dad was actually an alcoholic man, a drunken wretch. His lucid moments he was a jovial old boy, but usually I always saw him as pretty drunk. My father lived a new lady friend and they were right there a couple of new children. The new children were ”better for the children and we were with my sister extra, Jussi Rainio recalls evening magazine.
Mother's loss was a traumatic experience, and I don't remember anything about it, then I guess inside of me encased in it a vacuum, which is still there. After mom left me haunted in a persistent nightmare, which was repeated every night. We lived on mill street in the old art nouveau house, which was in the hallway in a very high cabinet. Nightmares in the closet was a big distressing and beating heart. The fact I woke up that night, he recalls. Maybe it's the heart represented it anxiety what the child's conscious mind to fight, he recalls.
the Home environment wasn't good.
– the Us social services as a family was somehow placed there by the artist to the community. The home was as cold as Russian hell, was always hungry, water was fetched from the well and taken to a slop bucket in the yard. No washing possibility and not even a fridge, milk and margarine in a store window. Outhouse relevant. Every single morning I woke up wet in bed, school half dry and stink. School sleep and I couldn't focus on anything, but there was food, the singer describes.New start in life
Jussi rainio's life changed when he moved to his father's trust in her mother to a new town ten years old.
he said He liked his mother as a big childhood hero, because this enabled her to get siblings out of the dreary conditions.
– I wanted To dedicate this Mombasa-a song for my mother, because she saved me from the terrible maelstrom, where we lived with my sister and with my brother in Helsinki. When we get to a new city, it was a big culture shock all pretty united in diversity. The home was warm, always good food, a modern bathroom, a mother's love and security... Jussi Rainio lists.
– Mombasa brings to mind the time when my stepdad bought a boat and we spent the summer all my free time to a new city in a stunning archipelago. Mobile radio was always on in the mess hall and Mombasa rings! Still the song throw me at that time. I see in my mind its turquoise blue sea, the outboard motor of buzz, great island scenery, camping and the time murukahvin, juice... All the memories I have that grateful of the time are like an old film, I see them warm red tone image as...
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