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User’s Guide The Encyclopedia of Swedish Progressive Music 1967–1979 is a comprehensive guide to what is known in Sweden as ”progg”or the alternative Swedish progressive music movement. The Movement is described in detail on the previous pages, but that is just half of this book. The rest of the space is devoted to acts that fit under the internationally recognised progressive rock banner and its releated genres, including psychedelia, jazz-rock as well as the private pressing scene. Many of these artists were not considered part of the Movement at the time, mainly because their lyrics weren’t political enough or that they released their records on ”commercial”major labels. When listening to the music three decades on, the differences between the two camps are often unnoticable, especially to an international audience that doesn’t speak Swedish. Several of the most influential domestic acts on Movement musicians came from this group of outsiders anyway. Made In Sweden, Pugh and November are the most obvious examples. Some entries – for example, Lee Kings, Tages and Steampacket – were active in the 60’s pop era and did not necessarily record music directly connected to the Movement or the progressive rock scene, but nevertheless were forerunners by definition based on the act’s members or its music. With this wide definition, we had a hard time to decide which acts to include and which ones to leave out. At the end of this book is a list of 100 acts that narrowly missed out on being included. These artists recorded some fine music, so please check them out as well. Description of contents The main criteria for inclusion is that an act must have released a vinyl recording between 1967 and 1979. The aim is to have complete discographies for all entries in the Artist section. These are strictly limited to the applicable time period and if an artist released records before or after this period it is indicated in the bio-graphy text. Compilations have their own separate section, except for EP’s released on the Juke Box label. These appear in the Artist section and only mentions the song titles performed by the artist in question. As much as possible, we have tried to include all band members and the instruments they played. Members are presented with the lead singers first and the rhythm section and background singers last. Replacement members then follows in the order they joined. Some groups, like Archimedes Badkar and Södra Bergens Balalaikor, had so many lineup changes that only the members who appeared on the records are included. Members who left bands prior to 1967 are not included either. A band member index is included at the end of this book. All listings within each section are alphabetical, utilizing the Swedish language alphabet – the letters å, ä and ö follow the letter z – with acts alphabetized by surname. Boldfaced names appear as a reference to indicate that an act has an entry in the Artists section. Album and EP titles are italicized in the text and song titles appear in regular typeface with ”citation”marks in the biographies. Swedish-language titles use the traditional form of the initial letter of the first word and only proper names following being capitalized, while every word in English-language titles have initial capital letters. Some English language titles are misspelled or incorrectly com16


Each entry uses the following format: Name of act

Translated name where applicable.

Artist appeares on records listed within the Compilations section (EP:s on the Juke Box label are listed in the Artists section).

Band members listed chronologically (where known).

PROGG-GRUPPEN THE MOVEMENT GROUP See also Compilations Mikael Wiehe (vocals), Kenny Håkansson (guitar), Nikke Ström (bass), Thomas Mera Gartz (drums)

This supergroup could have been included in this book, had they only existed. They might have performed at a politcal benefit alongside artsists such as Turid, Jan Hammarlund and Fläsket Brinner. 1970 n 1971 l 1972 o 1973 n

Year of release

Progg-gruppen första LP Slavar under kapitalet / USA ut ur Vietnam (S) Solidaritet / Folket (S12) Befriade (EP)

Sleeve symbol

Title. Album and EP titles are in italics.

Silence SRS 3606 MNW 300S Sonet M01 Nacksving 031-1

Applicable description of each act. Bold faced artists have their own biography in the Artists section.

HHHHHH6 HHHHH5 HH2 HHHHHHH7

Valuation

Record label and catalogue number

(S) 7 inch single (S12) 12 inch maxi single (EP) 7 inch extended play (LP10) 10 inch album

pounded but are left in their original form as they appear on the records. Language translations are indicated within [brackets] except for the italicized names of acts and compilation album titles that appear with a heading. Sleeve symbols n The record was released with art/picture sleeve and is pictured in the book. o The record was released with art/picture sleeve, but it is not pictured.

l The record was released without art/picture sleeve, but it’s label is pictured. ° The record was released without art/picture sleeve and is not pictured.

Valuation Guide The availability and actual value of a near-mint condition record based on current estimated cost – or, in other words, how easily obtainable and affordable the best possible quality is – are the criteria that determine its Valuation. Many records have been re-issued, some several times and some on compact disc, but only the original vinyl release is considered. It is not unusual for prices of the same record of the same quality to fluctuate and, of course, estimates of value differ from seller to seller or from one geographic area to another. The true value depends on availability and demand. Thus, the Valuation provides an aid in determining the value for those exploring the cost of acquiring a record or for those appraising an existing collection. A low star (H) count means it should be inexpensive, although it may or may not be easy to procure. With seven plus stars it should, in all likelihood, be quite expensive and difficult to find.

Record with minimal value.  ★ 1 ★★ 2 ★★★ 3 ★★★★ 4 ★★★★★ 5 ★★★★★★ 6 ★★★★★★★ 7 ★★★★★★★★ 8 ★★★★★★★★★ 9

Extreme rarity.  ★★★★★★★★★★ 10 Very expensive.

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18 Mats Glenng책rd, Kebnekajse, at the G채rdet Festival, 1973.


ACKE & GURRA

ACKE & GURRA Karl-Axel ”Acke” Gårdebäck (vocals, bass), Gunnar ”Gurra” Johansson (vocals, guitar)

This duo recorded one album in Stockholm during 1972. The other musicians on this LP are Bengt Dahlberg (guitar), Mats Christoffersson (keyboards), Anders Bergström (tuba), John Haglund (drums) and Hans-Ove Larsson (percussion). The album mostly consists of forgettable folk-rock ditties but the album also has some interesting tracks, like the psychedelic ”Drömvärld” and ”Det står en man”. The latter is also featured in an English-language version on Acke’s previous solo single. The 1975 single is a more light-weight affair. G-Produktion GLP725S 

1972

1972 n Äppeltripp 1975 l Våren är här / Aldrig (S)

G-Produktion GLP725S GA-Produktion GAPS001

HHHHH5 HH2

AFTER LIFE Bosse Andersson (vocals), Dick Bengtsson (guitar), Bengt Nilsson (bass), Sonny Gröndahl (drums)

This band was formed in Malmö in 1969. The A-side of their only single is a self-penned rock number with a progressive touch while the flip is a Deep Purple cover. The band broke up not long after its release when two members had to report for mandatory military service. GA-Produktion GAPS001 7”

1975

1970 n Help Me / Into The Fire (S)

Playback PB-S112

HHHHHH6

AFZELIUS, BJÖRN See also Compilations

Playback PB-S112 7”1970

MNW 44P

1974

Björn Afzelius was the lead singer of Hoola Bandoola Band, the most successful band of the Movement. His first solo album, Vem är det som är rädd?, is a mellow folk-rock album with political lyrics in Swedish and it firmly established Afzelius as a songwriter after years of standing in the shadow of bandmate Mikael Wiehe. After Hoola Bandoola Band split in 1976 he left MNW and signed with the newly established label Nacksving as Nationalteatern and Nynningen had done previously. Björn Afzelius Band was formed the following year. It consisted of Jan-Erik ”Fjellis” Fjellström (guitar), Bengt ”Mulle” Holmqvist (guitar), Peter Zadigh (keyboards), Jimmy Olsson (bass) and Håkan Nyberg (drums). For Bakom kulisserna, Holmqvist and Zadigh were replaced by Janne Brynstedt and Bengt Bygren, respectively. The band members also played with other notable Skåne acts, including Mikael Wiehe, Thomas Wiehe, Peps Persson, Storm and Lotus. The last 70’s album, Another Tale To Tell, was Afzelius’ only attempt for the international market outside Scandinavia and featured English-language versions of songs from his first two Nacksving albums. Swiftly returning to singing in Swedish, Björn Afzelius enjoyed a highly successful solo career right up to his untimely death of cancer in 1999, often collaborating with Mikael Wiehe. 1974 n Vem är det som är rädd? 1976 n För kung och fosterland 1978 n Johnny Boy 1978 n Kamrater, Bodenarbetare / Rädda varven *(S) 1979 n Bakom kulisserna 1979 n Another Tale To Tell

MNW 44P Nacksving 031-7 Nacksving 031-17 Nacksving 45-1 Nacksving 031-22 Nacksving 031-27

H1 H1 H1 ★★2 ★1 ★★★★4

Titles up to 1979 * split single with Nationalteatern

Nacksving 031-7

1976

Nacksving 031-17

1978

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Nacksving 45-1 7”

1978

Nacksving 031-22

1979

Nacksving 031-27

1979


AGATON SEX

AGATON SEX Affe Lindén (guitar, vocals), Kenneth Helgesson (guitar, vocals), Göran Uby (violin, guitar, vocals), Gun Karlsson (violin, vocals), Bo Stefan Lundquist (percussion, vocals), Bosse Sundeby, (flute, saxophone), Olof Glemme (bass), Sonny Åhlund (drums)

This obscure Kalmar band released this EP containing four political Swedish-language tracks recorded in Nybro during the autumn of 1977. It was released on the equally obscure format of a seven inch record to be played at 33 rpm by the even more obscure Lindö label. Bo Stefan Lundquist was also a member of Kung Tung. 1977 n Bonnastomp Med Ös Från Kalmar (EP)

Lindö 01

HHH3

Lindö 01 7”

1977

Knäpp 33-1

1979

Nacksving 031-3

1976

Nacksving 031-14

1977

Efel SEF89 7”

1973

MNW 55s

1979

AGO See Arvika Gammeldansorkester

AHLSÉN, THOMAS, BAND Thomas Ahlsén (vocals), Stefan Karlsson (guitar, flute), Stefan Sandberg (guitar, saxophone), Örjan Hill (keyboards), Johan Norberg (bass), Rickard Olsson (drums)

This progressive rock band, fronted by Thomas Ahlsén, came from Borås. The Swedish-language lyrics are quite humorous and the band sounds a bit like Huntington Band and Ulf Bejerstrand but with longer tracks and better musicianship. The album was distributed independently and did not receive much attention when it was released. Sandberg and Hill had previously played with Lars Aldman. 1979 n Fåtölj...

Knäpp 33-1

HH2

ALDMAN, LARS See also Compilations

This artist from Gothenburg recorded two albums in the late 70’s. His music and lyrics resemble both Dan Berglund and Björn Afzelius at times. On his first album he is backed by notable musicians like Bengan Blomgren and Bernt Andersson of Nynningen, but on his second he used his own band, Haffsorkestern, which at the time consisted of Stefan Sandberg (guitar, saxophone), Pelle Ohlsson (violin, flute, guitar), Kjell Bengtsson (bass, mandolin) and Mikael Gyllenstig (drums). For many years Aldman hosted the show ”Lilla Bommen” on Swedish radio, but has since moved on to TV and is now news anchor for ”Västnytt”. 1976 n Någonting har hänt 1977 n Gud hjälpe!

Nacksving 031-3 Nacksving 031-14

H1 H1

ALEXANDER LUCAS Claes von Post (vocals, guitar), Lucas Ekström (bass), Benna Sörman (drums)

This single is a very sought after item today and delivers heavy fuzz guitar and especially the B-side is highly reminiscent of November. Lucas Ekström and Benna Sörman had previously been in the unrecorded band Juso, which also featured future Swedish mega star Magnus Uggla. Alexander Lucas were formed in Stockholm in 1973 and disbanded in 1976. Ekström and Sörman later joined Uggla’s backing group Strix Q alongside Råg I Ryggen guitarist Nysse Nyström. Sörman also played with Gin & Grappo. 1973 n Speed / Svarta skogen (S)

Efel SEF89

HHHHHHHH8

ALGOTSSÖMMERSKORNA THE SEAMSTRESSES AT ALGOTS Sömmerskorna på Nordkonfektion (vocals), Bill Alstedt (guitar), Lars Lindgren (flute, saxophone), Gunnar Karlsson (violin), Siv Burman (violin), Rune Fahlgren (bass), Cilla Hamlin (percussion)

A protest single in support of the workers at the Algots textile factory in Skellefteå. The B-side was written for the project Mullvadsoperan. 1979 n Jobben Ska Räddas / Maskinerna Ska Dansa (S)

MNW 55s

H1

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CANDLE

CANDLE Håkan Bryngelson (vocals, guitar), Lars Källenius (vocals, guitar), Jan Källenius (vocals, guitar) Åke Jonsson (bass)

This band was formed in Stockholm in 1969 and played soft progressive pop. After performing on ”Hylands Hörna”, the most popular TV-show at the time, they signed with Mallwax, a subsidiary to Metronome. Håkan Bryngelson went on to become President of Vasakronan, one of the leading real estate companies in Sweden. 1971 n In A Vision / Matthew, Little Man (S)

Mallwax MAL5013

HHHH4

Mallwax MAL5013 7”

1971

MNW S29 7”

1970

MNW LP1M 7”

1972

CHARLIE & ESDOR See also Compilations Charlie Franzén (sitar, drums, vocals), Esdor Jensen (vocals, bass, guitar)

Norwegian Esdor Jensen started out as a bass player in Tromsö band the DeCoys before relocating to Katrineholm, Sweden in 1969. There he met drummer Edmund ”Charlie” Franzén (also of Norwegian origin), who was learning the sitar. They performed at both Gärdet Festivals in the summer of 1970 and are featured on the compilation album Festen på Gärdet.The Swedish-language songs on the first single are filled to the brim with acid-laden sitar, displaying their flair for psychedelic music. It was produced by Bo-Anders Larsson of Scorpion, who brought in guitarist Lasse Summanen in November 1970 to beef up the sound for Charlie & Esdors début LP. The album was never released and the tapes were subsequently lost. Only three tracks were saved for Grönt är skönt two years later. The title track was an unreleased single.The EP is more energetic than the début, with loads of fuzz guitars. Along with Summanen, they joined Larsson on his second Scorpion single and the quartet briefly played live as Scorpion. Charlie & Esdor also sang backing vocals on Envoys’ 1971 hit ”Almarna åt folket” and then joined Blueset but they both quit before Rock Machine was recorded. Charlie Franzén made a total change of musical direction in 1977, when he appeared in the lower regions of the UK chart as part of disco group Stardust. The surviving material by Charlie & Esdor was released on CD by Mellotronen in 2005. 1970 n Då klagar mina grannar / Dagen är över (S) 1972 n Grönt är skönt (EP)

MNW S29 MNW LP1M

HHHHHHHH8 HHHHHHHHH9

CHECKPOINT CHARLIE See also Compilations Mats Holmberg (vocals), Urban Bergman (guitar), Hakan Berglund (guitar), Thomas Wallgren (bass), Mikael Lindgren (drums), Kurt Gustavsson (drums), Tommy Backlund (guitar), Per Myrstener (keyboards)

This Umeå band was formed in 1976 as My Stamp. The single features rock with political Swedish lyrics in the vein of Rikets Affärer. The Chuck Berry-style A-side was also included on the Vi har rätt till jobb compilation. Their last gig was as support for UK band Dr Feelgood in October 1980. 1979 n SUSB / Pyret (S)

CC Records CC001

HH2

CC Records CC001 7”1979

CHEERS Leif Carlsson (vocals), Christer Söderquist (guitar), Sven-Erik Larsson (guitar, vocals), Gunnar Nihlén (bass), Per Wiklund (drums), Kurre Qvarnström (guitar)

This band was formed in Stockholm suburb Danderyd in 1966. Their only single features an impressive version of Jefferson Airplane’s ”Somebody To Love” on the B-side. Singer Leif Carlsson was later active on the 50’s rock ‘n’ roll revival scene. 1968 n Love Me Two Times / Somebody To Love (S)

Decca F 44542

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Decca F 44542 7”1968

<< << Contact, 1971

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Green Light 31S 7”

1971

!ntersound IS09 7”

1971

Silence SRS 4610

1972

Silence SRS 4619

1973

Chilekommitén CH002

1974

Chilekommitén CHS 1001 7”

1976

Silence SR S4654

1979

HAMMAR Curt Hammar recorded one single in december 1970, with Claes af Geijerstam making a rare appearance behind the MNW mixing desk. Janne Schaffer had the same manager as Hammar and played guitar. Also contributing were two members of Hammar’s 60’s band The Hawks, Björn Alshammar (bass) and Bosse Andersson (drums). The A-side is progressive acoustic pop in the vein of Charlie & Esdor and Dagens Rätt. To promote the single, Curt Hammar played a few gigs backed by Schaffer, Per Sahlberg (bass) and Ola Brunkert (drums) but it still sunk without a trace. Ten years later Curt Hammar was back with the mini-album Gummelum, which was recorded in London with Mike Hugg, of UK 60’s band Manfred Mann, on keyboards. Curt Hammar also appeared on the giant Mantorp festival in 1970 as part of duo Flum. 1971 n Det bara regnar / Kärlek som är het, är till för två (S)

Green Light 31S

HHHHH5

HAMMARLUND, JAN See also Compilations

One of the major singer/songwriters of the Movement, Jan Hammarlund secured a record deal at nineteen. His début album Befriade från skolan was immediately withdrawn as ”Flamma stolt” infringed on copyright law, forcing a second pressing to be issued with a spoken word version instead. About two hundred copies of the initial pressing were supposedly sold, with several thousand copies of the revised pressing sold later. His second album, När bandet slutat spela, is arguably his best and contains fine, dreamy pop in the vein of Donovan. In 1974 he discovered Latin American folk music and recorded an album for Chilekommittén, an organization opposed to the Pinochet dictatorship. This overtly political album presented the songs of Violeta Parra to a Swedish audience. Hammarlund then joined the group Bella Ciao along with Lena Ekman. The pair then teamed up with Turid for the album Igår, idag, imorgon. Hammarlund had previously recorded a single with Turid and later re-recorded the two songs on his 1979 album Ett rop som stiger. Jan Hammarlund was also one the first openly gay artists in Sweden, fighting for sexual rights as exemplified by ”Sexualpolitik” from the Innan tåget är på väg album. Hammarlund is still going strong and performs throughout Scandinavia. His most well-known song is probably ”Jag vill leva i Europa” from the 1982 album Järnvägsräls. 1971 n 1972 n 1972 o 1973 n 1974 n 1976 n 1976 n 1976 n 1978 n 1979 n

Willys hus / Trollpackan (S) !ntersound IS09 Befriade från skolan (B-side matrix: SRALS4610B) Silence SRS 4610 Befriade från skolan (2nd pressing) Silence SRS 4610 När bandet slutar spela Silence SRS 4619 Tusentals stjärnor över Chile Chilekommitén CH002 Brev till hamnarbetarna / Och solen bränner ovanför * (S) Chilekommitén CHS 1001 Landet jag är van vid Silence SRS 4634 Igår, idag, imorgon ** Silence SRS 4638 Innan tåget är på väg Silence SR S4649 Ett rop som stiger Silence SR S4654

HHHH4 HHHH4 H1 H1 H1 HH2 H1 HHH3 H1 H1

Titles up to 1979 * with Turid ** with Lena Ekman & Turid

Silence SRS 4634

<< << John Holm, 1976

1976

Silence SRS 4638

1976

Silence SR S4649

1978

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KAIPA

Four Leaf EFG-1013089 7”

1974

Decca SKL5221

1975

Decca SKL5260

1976

Decca FM44598

1978

Decca SKL5293

1978

Oktober OSLP512

1976

KAIPA Hans Lundin (vocals, keyboards), Tomas Eriksson (bass), Thomas Sjöberg (drums), Ingemar Bergman (drums), Roine Stolt (guitar), Mats Lindberg (bass), Mats Löfgren (vocals), Max Åhman (guitar), Torkel Thyrell (bass), Anne Chaaban (vocals), Mats ”Microben” Lindberg (bass), Pelle Andersson (drums)

Hailed by many as Sweden’s leading progessive band, Kaipa was formed in Uppsala in 1973 by former San Michael’s members Hans Lundin and Tomas Eriksson. Originally named Ura Kaipa, they released a single with songs intended for the second, but never released, San Michael’s LP featuring Nane Kvillsäter (guitar) and Gunnar Westbergh (drums). Original drummer Thomas Sjöberg died of cancer in early 1974 and was replaced by Ingemar Bergman. They became a four-piece with the addition of seventeen-year-old guitarist Roine Stolt. The new line-up made its first gig at the August 1974 Gärdet festival, with the name now shortened to Kaipa. Their eponymous début album – with cover art painted by Stolt – was the first notable symphonic rock album to come from Sweden and sold very well. The follow up, Inget nytt under solen, saw a move toward political lyrics and more musical complexity, with resplendent sound and lush orchestration. The standout track is the 21 minute ”Skenet bedrar”, which showcases Lundin’s maturity as a songwriter. Despite increasing popularity, Eriksson quit in October 1977 and was replaced by eighteen year old Mats Lindberg. Mats Löfgren also joined to front the band so Lundin could concentrate on keyboards. Roine Stolt, who wrote most of the tracks on the third album, left after its release. Max Åhman replaced him and the musical direction of the band changed considerably.The two final albums, Händer and Nattdjurstid, saw a few line-up changes, including another bassist named Mats Lindberg. Kaipa dissolved in December 1982. The band was reformed by Lundin and Stolt and new members in 2002 when, what was initially intended as a Hans Lundin solo album, was eventually released as by Kaipa. The 5-CD box, The Decca Years 1975–1978, was released in 2005. It contained one CD of demo recordings from 1974. 1974 l För sent / Bay-e Bay-o * (S) 1975 n Kaipa 1976 n Inget nytt under solen 1978 n Sen repris / Visa i sommaren (S12) 1978 n Solo

Four Leaf EFG-1013089 Decca SKL5221 Decca SKL5260 Decca FM44598 Decca SKL5293

HHHHHHH7 HHHHHH6 HHHHH5 HHH3 HHH3

Titles up to 1979 * as Ura Kaipa

KAPTEN ZOOM CAPTAIN ZOOM This was the sountrack album for the children’s TV-series ”Kapten Zoom”, starring Anders Linder as an alien from outer space, trying to understand Swedish society. The album, like the series, has decidedly left-wing point of veiw and features spoken word as well as music in a variety of styles, including the fuzz-induced theme song. Among the musicians on the album were former Mascots pop stars Gunnar Idering (guitar, bass) and Rolf Adolfsson (drums), who both played with Linder in NJAGruppen. All-round entertainer Anders Linder plays saxophone, flute, clarinet, harp and keyboards. He later joined Elektriska Linden. 1976 n Kapten Zoom

<< << Kebnekajse, the line-up of their last album ”Vi drar vidare”.

Oktober OSLP512

HHHH4

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1975 Chile-kommitén 1975 Arbete & Fritid 1976 Folkmusik Guinea Conakry 1978 Folkmusik Finland 1979 Styrbjörn Bergelt 1979 Kangas Spelemän 1973 Various Artists 1974 Various Artists 1973 Radiomonopol 1972 Charlie & Esdor 1972 Hoola Bandoola Band 1972 Takis Och Afrodite Vouis 1972 Various Artists 1969 Brooklyn Mayer 1969 Envoys 1969 Ron Faust 1969 Brooklyn Mayer 1969 Contact 1969 Flicks 1970 Contact 1970 Hayati Kafe 1970 Elisabet Lord 1970 Paradise 1970 Dizzy Man’s Band* 1971 Don Fardon* 1970 Scorpion* 1970 Charlie & Esdor 1970 Karlsson 1971 Hammar* 1971 Thomas Andrew Nanor 1971 Red White And Blues* 1971 Ian Campbell* 1971 Boots* 1971 Shakane* 1971 Scorpion* 1971 Acke* 1971 Tennessee Five* 1971 Cymbeline* 1971 Tom Zacharias* 1971 Tikki, Takki, Suzy, Lies* 1975 Various Artists 1975 Hoola Bandoola Band 1976 Eldkvarn 1977 Dom Smutsiga Hundarna 1978 Mullvadsoperan 1978 Eldkvarn 1978 Archimeds Badkar + Afro 70 1978 Stockholm Norra 1979 Kung Tung 1979 Jajja Band 1979 Algotssömmerskorna 1979 KSMB 1969 Don Fardon** 1969 Mac Kissoon** 1969 Pepper And Soul** 1970 Lionel Morton** 1970 Napoleon** 1970 Napoleon** 1970 Jimmy Powell** 1970 Christer Gärdsby** 1970 Don Fardon** 1970 Aunt Sally** 1970 Pierre Ström**

Kampen går vidare 4F Ur spår 5F Här spelar vi som vi vill 6F Konkarit-Finsk dansmusik 7F Tagelharpa och videflöjt 8F På bar gärning 9F Låtar från Knuff 1L Om IB på Gamla Riksdagshuset 2L Radiomonopol 3L Grönt är skönt (EP) 1M Svit för P (EP) 2M Dirlada (EP) 3M I ditt liv 4M Oh Carol / Words (S) 1S I Saw Her Standing There / Berry Rides Again (S) 2S I Wanna Hold You / I Keep On Moving (S) )3S Wear My Ring Around Your Neck / Come On Home (S) 4S A Fairy Tale / Convulsions (S) 5S Only Sixteen / People Are Strange (S) 6S Jag är lite ledsen ikväll / Hon kom över mon (S) 7S Jingle jangle / Om jag vore arbetslös (S) 8S Jag är lite ledsen ikväll / Hon kom över mon (S) 9S Dark Side Of The Moon / My Child (S) 10S Tickatoo / My Love (S) 23S Leaving On A Jet Plane / Get Away John (S) 27S Michoikan / Everybody Knows My Name (S) 28S Då klagar mina grannar / Dagen är över (S) 29S En morgon gick - en morgon kom / En ton av tystnad (S) 30S Det bara regnar / Kärlek som är het, är till för två (S) 31S Fantasia / Etyd / Impromptu (S) 32S Last Train To Georgia / Far, Far, Away (S) 33S On The Road Again / River Boat (S) 34S You Better Run / A To D (S) 35S Big Step / Night In Shining Armour (S) 36S It’s All Over Now / Wolf’s Mouth Song (S) 37S There Is A Man / I Feel (S) 38S Ännu finns en dröm / Anita du drömmer (S) 39S New York / Sixth Image (S) 42S Josephine / Roller (S) 43S Ba-Da-Ba-Dum / Dream Stealer (S) 44S Doin’ the omoralisk schlagerfevival (EP) 45S Victor Jara / Stoppa matchen (S) 46S Sömnlösa dagar / Rebellen (S) 47S For din nakenhets skull / Visa i Molom (S) 48S Låt husen leva (EP) 49S Nya Tider / Staden utan slut (S) 50S Kila mtu / Bado Kidogo (S) 51S Vad önskar du dig för nånting i julklapp / Den nyaste regeringen (S) 52S Jag är ett trafikljus / Två blodröda segel (S) 53S Tårarna / Linda (S) 54S Jobben ska räddas / Maskinerna ska dansa (S) 55S Tidens tempo / Atomreggae (S) 56S I’m Alive / Keep On Loving Me (S) GL0001 Get Down With It / Satisfaction / I Really Care (S) GL0002 Have My Love / Love My Soul (S) GL0003 Waterloo Road / Floral Street (S) GL0004 Keep On Loving Me / Step On The Moon (S) GL0005 Säg adjö nu / Jimmy Joe (S) GL0006 Sugarman / Strangers On The Train (S) GL0007 En liten vit kanin / Vi klarar oss nog ändå (S) GL0008 Belfast Boy / Echoes Of The Cheers (S) GL0009 Shaking All Over / She Left Me (S) GL0010 Drottninggatan 7 / Det var inte menat så (S) GL0011

* Single released on Green Light/MNW with MNW catalogue number. Most of these came in multi-coloured vinyl. ** Single released on Green Light with GL catalogue number.

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