Wednesday, November 15, 2006


......I have gathered some of my favorite old scandinavian music (1940-1970) on this compile, originally for Ian & Uri, but it seems like they also ended up here since it is the 15th today, and I could feel on my artrisis that the world is in a desperate urgent need of getting to know more of what is laying on the bottom of the scandinavian sonic coffin.
Most of the tracks are Norwegian or Swedish this time, some are covers. All the Norwegian ones are music I was raving mad about in my childhood. (the prior old sentimental toothless senile biddy or drunken heartbroken sailor never got totally erased out of my soul when being reborn)
I did however realize when looking through my music that I hardly have any Danish oldies. I should do something about that.

well, here goes
1. Daiga-daiga-duu A-L Ingemansson (S/Fin)
Sweedens finest! A devine voice, as sung from heaven above, often performed with her dog.
From UBU web, 365 days project, (where you can find her Oxdragorsang): "Sweden's finest, and a pioneer of do-it-yourself record-making. Anna-Lisa ran a pedicure-salon in Stockholm, and in her spare time she hired musicians and studios to make records (on which she was often joined by her poodle on the covers) released on her own ALI-label. Anna-Lisa refused to be tied up to the conventional rules of snobby things like rhythm, tempo and staying in tune, and on her records you can hear how the musicians grow more and more desperate trying to follow Anna-Lisa's crusades into new and unexplored musical fields. Her repertoire was based on covers."
2. Mördande Tango 3:40 Ambros Seelos Orchestra (S)
3. Lili Marlén 2:12 Anna-Lisa Ingemansson (S/Fin)
4. joik 1:43 Ante (N)
From the Norwegian Childrens Drama, "Ante" witch was made in 1974, and showd over and over again at Norvegian Riks Kringkasting during the 70ties and 80ties. A political project to empower the sami people and culture. Sing this song to any norwegian 30 something (not me), and they are in your spell copletely, even though they have no memberence of the story.

Lyrics Antesangen:"Man-ne gal' gá æd-ni gán' da læt nu biv-nut-jå. Hå-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá låi-låi-lá

Refr. Håi - lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá låi-lái-lá Håi - lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá-lá låi-lá låi-lái-lá
Gå dan gabb'ba bæska biddjala ja båddjelii de dat baddjeniedat birra jåradæmen - jå refr.
Gå dan l´d'degávti biddjala jå baddjelii de
dat dálo-nieidat birra jåradæmen - jå refr.
Gå dan alit dræssa biddjala jå baddjelii de
dat riv' guniedat birra jåradæmen - jå" refr.

5. Den siste moikaner 2:49 Arne Bendiksen (N)
6. Zambesi 3:14 Cacka Israelsson (S)
7. I en sal på hospitalet 4:33 Frem fra glemselen (N)
8. Lys i lampen 2:59 Frem fra glemselen (N)
9. Trad. folkvisa 1:40 Gammelfarmor vid hemorgeln (S)
10. Gunnar póstur 3:07 Haukur Morthens (I)
11. Senoritataturatatei 3:02 Herberth/Kristian Haugers Orkester (N)
12. Runka mig med vita handskar på 2:20 Johnny & Lillemor (S)
("Wank me off with white gloves on" Something as exotic & hillarious as a pornografic tangomarch from Johnny Bode & Lillemor Dahlquists first album released in 1968. Bordell Mammas visor was also released in German & English. Albums for sale here)

13. Mors Kära Små Händer 2:43 Lapp-Lisa (S)
14. pølsemaker, pølsemaker 2:39 Leif Juster (N)
15. jeg vil ha en liten hund 2:07 Lille eris (N)
16. Det Som Skjer, Det Skjer 3:03 Nora Brockstedt (N)
17. Sussebass 2:46 Oslo harmoni kvartett (N)
18. Sateenkaaren Tuolla Puolen 3:19 Reijo Taipale (Fin)
19. Takaisin Pekingiin 2:36 Suomen talvisota 1939-1940 (Fin)

Serving is here.
Come on you old bastards, ghools and morfars, get on your cnockles, and wheel your rullator over to the headnurse, and get your lovely delicious serving of steved old svandinavian classics. Bon Apetit!

(I´m a total sucker for foreign language covers, pleas contact me if you have/ know of any good. And I truly recomend the 4 sessions og Foreign Language Fun by this guy)
yours truly
forever young;
Doctor S


funkygrooves said...

Saatanan sika!
Voitteko kirjoittaa reseptin jotain piristävää varten?
En ymmärrä.
Missä on suomea musiikki?
Toivon, että kelit ovat paremmat ensi kerralla.

kerppu said...

Thanks for the super-mix! I'll send you some rare finnish tracks as son as I get my recordplayer hooked up to the computer!

XNet said...

You forgot to include track 9 in your package.

BC said...

Frau DR.....for your collection, some German covers at

Tor Arne said...

goddamn rapidshare is now starting to demand premium membership to get to download stuff... why not use mediafire???