Ulf Dageby

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Ulf Dageby
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Ulf Dageby at Berns in 2006.
Background information
Birth name Ulf Thorbjörn Dageby
Also known as Sillstryparn
Genres Progg, rock, blues
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, activist
Instruments Vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion
Years active 1971–
Labels MNW, Nacksving, Amalthea, Bonnier, Amigo
Associated acts Nationalteatern, Tältprojektet
Notable instruments
Fender Telecaster

Ulf Thorbjörn Dageby (born 10 May 1944) is a Swedish rock musician, singer and songwriter. Dageby is mostly known for his role in the leftist “rock orchestra” and theater ensemble Nationalteatern. At the 18th Guldbagge Awards he won the Special Achievement award.[1]

Biography[edit]

He was born and grew up in Gothenburg, attended secondary school at Hvitfeldtska and early on his interest in music grew from jazz music, through Bob Dylan to a more rock’n’roll oriented sound. He joined Nationalteatern in 1971 as guitar player and soon became the leading member when it came to writing the group's songs, such as Barn av vår tid (Children of Our Time) and Bara om min älskade väntar a Swedish translation of Bob Dylan's Tomorrow is a long time. In 1975 Dageby appeared under the pseudonym "Sillstryparn" at the "Alternativfestival - an alternativ to the Eurovision song contest - performing Doin the omoralisk schlagerfestival. He was also one of the main songwriters in the Tältprojektet (The Tent Project), a musical theater performance on the history of the Swedish working class, which toured the country the summer of 1977. Dageby made his debut as a solo artist in 1983 with the album En dag på sjön, in addition to his solo work and the many reunions with Nationalteatern Dageby has written much music for Swedish film and television.

Discography[edit]

With Nationalteatern[edit]

For a more comprohensive list see:Nationalteatern discography
  • 1972 - Ta det som ett löfte.....ta det inte som ett hot
  • 1974 - Livet är en fest
  • 1976 - Kåldolmar och Kalsipper
  • 1977(med Nynningen) - Vi kommer leva igen
  • 1978 - Barn av vår tid
  • 1979 - Rockormen
  • 1980 - Rövarkungens ö
  • 1991 - Nationalteatern rockorkester LIVE
  • 2006 - Nationalteatern rockorkester LIVE

Solo albums[edit]

  • 1983 – En dag på sjön
  • 1984 – Lata rika
  • 1986 – Minnen från jorden
  • 1989 – Känsliga soldater

Singles[edit]

  • 1981 – Togges Gossar; Barflickans Längtan/En Hälsning Till Våren
  • 1984 – Mitt Hus Är Försvunnet!/Mitt Rum
  • 1989 – Barn/Underbara Rum
  • 1990 – Dansar/Dansar (på en söndag)

Compilations[edit]

  • 1992 – Neonskogen/soundtracks 79-92
  • 1995 – Underbara Rum
  • 2002 – 18 sånger - en samling

Film music[edit]

  • 1979 - Ett anständigt liv
  • 1985 - Själen är större än världen
  • 1987 - Hotet
  • 1989 - Täcknamn Coq Rouge
  • 1993 - Rosenbaum. Målbrott
  • 1997 - Beck
  • 1997 - Beck - Mannen med ikonerna
  • 1997 - Beck - Pensionat Pärlan
  • 1997 - Slussen
  • 1997 - Beck - Spår i mörker
  • 1998 - Beck - The Money Man
  • 1998 - Beck - Monstret
  • 1998 - Beck - Vita nätter
  • 1998 - Beck - Öga för öga
  • 2001 - Kommissarie Winter - Sol och skugga
  • 2003 - Om jag vänder mig om

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ulf Dageby". Swedish Film Institute. 9 March 2014. 

External links[edit]