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Fläsket brinner

Fläsket brinner

Fläsket brinner


Fläsket Brinner (Swedish = "The Pork is Burning" or "The Fat is Burning") is a Swedish progg group that was formed in the year of 1970 when the band "Atlantic Ocean" split into two; one half forming Jason's Fleece, the other Fläsket Brinner. At their debut at Gärdetsfesten in in 1970 the band had six members: Per Bruun-bass, Bengt "Bengan" Dahlén- el-guitar, Sten Bergman- keboards & woodwinds, Gunnar Bergsten -saxophone, Staffan Stenström- vocals, and Erik "Kaptenen" Dahlbäck - drums. Read more on Last.fm
Fläsket Brinner (Swedish = "The Pork is Burning" or "The Fat is Burning") is a Swedish progg group that was formed in the year of 1970 when the band "Atlantic Ocean" split into two; one half forming Jason's Fleece, the other Fläsket Brinner. At their debut at Gärdetsfesten in in 1970 the band had six members: Per Bruun-bass, Bengt "Bengan" Dahlén- el-guitar, Sten Bergman- keboards & woodwinds, Gunnar Bergsten -saxophone, Staffan Stenström- vocals, and Erik "Kaptenen" Dahlbäck - drums. Stenström quit soon afterwards and their music style confined itself to instrumental psychedelic rock with some folk-music elements. In the spring of 1971 they released their first self-titled debut album on Silence with a burning pig on the cover. Another album "Fläsket" was released on the Ljudspår-EFG label in 1972. Mikael Ramel joined the band for these recordings and once again vocals were made part of the Fläsket Brinner sound.

Other musicians who have played with this band are Bobo Stensson, Bo Hansson, Bosse Skoglund, Kenny Håkansson,Sebastian Öberg, and Bill Öhrstrom. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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