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Ulf Lundell

Ulf Lundell (born November 20, 1949 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish writer, poet, songwriter, composer, musician and artist.

Lundell made his debut in 1975 with the LP "Vargmåne" and was immediately hailed as "Sweden's Bob Dylan". In 1976 his first novel, the autobiographical "Jack" was published. Lundell was influenced by musicians such as Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and writers such as Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and other beat poets.

Lundell is one of the central figures in Swedish rock music and he is one of the most important influences on Swedish musicians writing and singing in Swedish.

His biggest hit up until today is "Öppna landskap" from 1982, a song once proposed to be Sweden'...

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Sator is a band originally from Borlänge, Sweden and consists of five band members called Kent Norberg [guitar, vocals], Hans Gäfvert, Chips Kiesbye [guitar, vocals], Heikki Kiviaho (bass) and Michael Olsson [drums]. The Band was formed in 1981. Originally named Sator Codex changed their name to Sator with the release of 'Slammer' in 1987. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Pugh Rogefeldt

Rogefeldt made his breakthrough in the late 1960s with albums such as Ja, dä ä dä and Pughish. Unlike most other Swedish pop musicians who wanted to achieve international success, he sang in Swedish. One song which is commonly associated with Rogefeldt is Små lätta moln. Other major hits include Här kommer natten, Föräldralåten, Hog Farm, Dinga Linga Lena and Stockholm. In the 1970s, he toured with this band Rainrock, together with Ola Magnell and Janne Lucas Persson. A live double LP was released from this tour, entitled Ett steg till.
In the early 1990s, he was also a member of Grymlings, alongside Göran Lagerberg, Mikael Rickfors and Magnus Lindberg.

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