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Adolphson-Falk, Swedish synthpop group centered around Thomas Adolphson (music, vocals) and Anders Falk (lyrics, music, vocals).
Having met during their army service in 1968 Thomas Adolphson and Anders Falk started cooperating musicaly. The constallation released a couple of singles and the LP "Nattexpressen" (Night Express) during the 70s. They also took part in the Swedish out take for Eurovision in 1979.
The main breakthrough of the group came in the radio program Eldorado in 1981 with the single "Blinkar Blå" followed by the LP "Med rymden i blodet" (with space in the blood) a year later.
The group also got a hit with the christmas song "Mer Jul" in 1984. Of great importance for the group's electroni...
Anna Järvinen is a singer, musician and songwriter born in 1970. Until they split up in 2003 she wrote songs for and was the lead singer of the Swedish band Granada. Her first solo album, "Jag fick feeling" was released in 2007 on Häpna. It was recorded by Mattias Glavå, who among other things produced Håkan Hellström's two first releases and worked a lot with Granada. Musicians on "Jag fick feeling" are among others Swedish band Dungen.
Have a look and listen on www.myspace.com/annajarvinen. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Rigmor Gustafsson is a Swedish jazz singer born in 1966. She studied at Musikhögskolan (The University of Music) in Stockholm, to continue her studies in Mannes College of Music in New York. In 1995, she formed Rigmor Gustafsson Quintet, to release her first CD "In The Light Of Day" in 1997. With Rigmor Gustafsson Quintet she toured Sweden and Germany at the same time as she was a singing teacher at her former school, Musikhögskolan in Stockholm - a job that she kept between year 1996 and 2000.
Since then, Rigmor Gustafsson has released another five albums (1998's "Plan #46", 2000's "Live På Mosebacke" ("Live At Mosebacke"), 2003's "I Will Wait For You", 2004's "Close To You" and 2006's "On My Way To You"), participated in the...