A1 Rit 8:45 A2 Studsa, Studsa 3:35 A3 Steg För Två 2:19 A4 Kullerbyttor 3:47 B1 Bråttom 3:16 B2 Vittnesbörd 2:16 B3 Rotation 1:47 B4 Dinosauros 4:45 B5 Tre Rörelser 5:27. Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Arne Domnérus Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano – Rune Falk Bass – Jimmy Woode Bass, Celesta – Georg Riedel Drums – Egil Johansen Piano, Vibraphone – Jan Johansson Trombone – Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon Trumpet – Jan Allen. Megafon – MFLP S 3 (Sweden). Recorded in Stockholm 2., . and 1. 1963.
Jan Johansson (16 September 1931 – 9 November 1968) was a Swedish jazz pianist.
Album · 2011 · 13 Songs. Jan Johansson & Georg Riedel. 4. Gånglek från Älvdalen. 6. Polka från Jämtland. 7. Visa från Rättvik. 9. Fem. 10. Dimma I Dag. 11. Vals från Delsbo. 12. 3,2,1 - Go! Jan Johansson & Georg Riedel.
Johansson and Riedel's 1963 duo record based on traditional Swedish folk tunes, Jazz på Svenska (Heptagon Records), is still one of the biggest-selling Swedish jazz albums. The album closes with "Här kommer Pippi Langstrump. Johansson wrote the tune shortly before his death in 1968. This version was recorded in 1973 by Riedel, Gustafsson and reeds player Arne Domnerus. It's cheerful and light-hearted, with Domnérus' clarinet and Gustafsson's acoustic guitar capturing the personality of its fairytale heroine. The folk influence is still much in evidence: it's an influence that helps to give Johansson's work a distinctive sound, showing once again how his combination of jazz and Scandinavian tradition had so much to offer.
Jan Johansson – piano, arrangements. Georg Riedel – double bass. Additional personnel. Olof Svembel – engineer. Riedel migrated to Sweden at the age of four and attended school in Stockholm, including the Adolf Fredrik's Music School. The best known recording featuring Riedel is probably Jan Johansson's Jazz på svenska ("Jazz in Swedish"), a minimalist-jazz compilation of folk songs recorded in 1962–1963, though Riedel has recorded with other leading Swedish musicians including. Johansson's version was featured on his seminal 1964 album Jazz på svenska. Jan Johansson's version of the song was used in Svenska för Nybörjare (Swedish for Beginners), a recurring sketch on the TV program Hipphipp!. Swedish folktronica band Wintergatan covered the song in 2014.
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