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Sagor & Swing

Sagor & Swing were a Swedish instrumental duo consisting of Eric Malmberg (organ, synthesizer) and Ulf Möller (drums) who fused genres such as jazz, electronic music, and Scandinavian folk music. The band's name roughly translates to "Fairytales and Swing".

The group formed in 1999, and released four albums between 2001 and 2004. They disbanded for unknown reasons after their fourth album. Malmberg continues to work as a solo artist, releasing his first album in 2005. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Kebnekajse are a Swedish band that was most active during the 1970s. The band were greatly influenced by both traditional Swedish folk music and African music. Their name is taken from Kebnekaise, the highest mountain in Sweden.

They put themselves into the category of progressive rock, but at the time in Sweden, progressiveness was a political concept rather than musical. Kebnekajse are commonly considered to fall into the jazz fusion genre. The band uses guitar, violin, congas, drums, and bass, and various other instruments. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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John Holm

The Strollers

At least 11 bands are named The Strollers:

1) A doo-wop group from New York. They are well known with their 1961-single 'Come On Over'.

2) An UK indie-rock band who changed their name into Dark Sparks.

3) An obscure Malaysian band who recorded only one psychedelic album in 1973 titled 'Waiting Is...'.

4) A Swedish garage revival band:

In 1992, three thirteen year olds started out playing Chuck Berry covers under the name Free Force. They soon changed personnel and became The Strollers. Before long they had built up a good reputation, playing 60s punk at dances and parties in their hometown rebro. Their main influence was US 60's garage music such as; The Music Machine, 13th Floor Ele...

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Södra Bergens Balalaikor

Södra Bergens Balalaikor (The South Mountain Balalajkas) is a non-profit orchestra based in Stockholm, Sweden that plays and sings Russian folk music. The orchestra does not have a director, conductor or any other leader. All the members take turns as responsible for rehearsals and administration of the orchestra.

At the start (1969) the orchestra where represented by 30 prim-balalaikas and one guitar. Today it handles the whole balalaika and domra family as well as the Russian accordion (Bayan) and a lot of wind and rhythm instruments. Lately it has performed and played with some classical soloists such as Dan Laurin (recorder) and Cecila Zilliachus (violn) from Sweden and Olga Shishkina (gussli) from Russia.

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