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Janne Schaffer

Jan (Janne) Erik Tage Schaffer (born September 24, 1945 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish songwriter and guitarist. He is best known for his work as a session guitarist for ABBA, but he has also recorded with artists such as Bob Marley, Johnny Nash, Art Farmer and Tony Williams. He also played at the 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival.

His 1979 album Earmeal included session work from brothers Jeff, Steve and Mike Porcaro, as well as their father, Joe Porcaro. This is most likely the only known instance where the entire Porcaro family appears together on one album. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Björn J:son Lindh

Björn J:son Lindh was born in Arvika, Värmland, Sweden in October 25 1944. He majored in piano and flute at the Ingesund University College of Music, in Arvika, Sweden. He pursued his musical training at Musikhögskolan, The Royal School of Music, in Stockholm in the mid - late 60's. After his years there he started playing free-form jazz with Nils Sandström, and later also Arabic flute music with Abd El Rahman El Khatib (cf CousCous).

As was written in the mid 70's (Sohlman): "Björn represents the integrating tendencies within swedish music that start to grow in the early 70's, and consequently in his musical pursuit has been affected by the so called serious musical avant-garde, Indian music, Arabic music, jazz and pop" (rat...

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