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Scala-Teaterns Ensemble - Hår (American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical) album download

Performer: Scala-Teaterns Ensemble
Title: Hår (American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical)
Style: Soundtrack, Pop Rock, Soul, Easy Listening
Released: 1968
Country: Sweden
Size MP3 version: 1647 mb
Size FLAC version: 1592 mb
Size WMA version: 1248 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Rock / Funk - Soul / Screen - Stage

Scala-Teaterns Ensemble - Hår (American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical) album download


Donna/Hög" Hår - American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical Originalmusiken ur Sandrews uppsättning på Scalateatern. Donna/Hashish" Hair, 1968 Swedish Cast recording Recorded at Scala-Teatern in Stockholm.

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Tracklist

A1 Aquarius
A2 Donna
A3 Hashish
A4 Sodomi
A5 Utvandrare Från Polen
A6 Har Inge ...
A7 Frank Mills
A8 Full Av Liv
A9 Svart Att Spela Hård
A10 Hår
B1 Gillar Vita Killar - Lakritsgott E' Toppen
B2 Mitt Väsen Går Runt I En Rymd
B3 Svårt Sårad
B4 Människan Är Ett Underverk
B5 Godmorgon Stjärnljus
B6 Har Inge ... II
B7 Ljuset Skall Komma

Credits

  • Bass – Bella Fehrlin*
  • Composed By – Galt MacDermot
  • Design [Back] – Birthe Jor-Holmberg
  • Design [Front] – Clabbe & Jacke
  • Drums – Pelle Ekman
  • Guitar – Hawkey Franzén, Kenny Håkansson
  • Lyrics By [Original] – Gerome Ragni, James Rado
  • Organ – Mecki Bodemark
  • Percussion – Bill Öhrström
  • Photography By – Sven-Åke Persson
  • Producer – Claes af Geijerstam
  • Translated By [To Swedish] – Pierre N. Fränckel*
  • Translated By [To Swedish], Arranged By – Bengt-Arne Wallin

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLP-70 Various Hår - American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical ‎(LP, Album) Sonet SLP-70 Sweden 1968
GP-9993 Scala-Teaterns Ensemble Svensk Original-Inspelning Av Hår - American Hippie-Yippie Love-In Musical ‎(LP, Album) Sonet GP-9993 Sweden 1968