Kjell Höglund

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Kjell Höglund (Swedish pronunciation: [ɕelː høːɡlɵnd]; born December 8, 1945 in Östersund, Sweden) is a Swedish singer-songwriter.

Höglund, who found his musical breakthrough in the 1970s, is in his native country renowned for his mixture of realism, absurdism and surrealism.

In 1992 he was nominated for a Grammis award for best male pop.

Kjell Höglund has also published books with esoteric and pseudo-scientific content.[1] Many of Kjells beliefs presented in these works are similar to those of the Danish new age mystic Martinus.

Selected songs[edit]

  • Jag hör hur dom ligger med varandra i våningen ovanför (Translation of title: I can hear them sleeping with each other in the flat above)
  • Genesarets sjö (Translation of title: Lake of Gennesaret)
  • Man vänjer sig (Translation of title: One gets used to it)
  • Holländsk Genever (Translation of title: Dutch Gin)
  • Häxprocessen (Translation of title: The witch process)
  • Desertör (Translation of title: The deserter)
  • Maskinerna är våra vännar (Translation of title: The machines are our friends)

Selected albums[edit]

  • Undran (1971)
  • Blomstertid (1972)
  • Häxprocess (1973)
  • Inkognito (1995)
  • Kryptonit (2001)
  • Pandoras ask (2006)
  • Baskervilles hund ALP-4 (1974)
  • Hjärtat sitter till vänster ALP-7 (1975)
  • Doktor Jekylls testamente ALP-11 (1979)
  • Vägen mot Shangri-La ALP-12 (1980)
  • Tidens tecken ALP-15/AMC-15/ACD-15 (1984)
  • Hemlig kärlek ALP-16/AMC-16 (1986)
  • Ormens år ALPCD-18 (1989)
  • Höglund Forever ALP-22/ACD-22 (1992)
  • Inkognito ACD-26 (1995)
  • Glöd ALP-17/ACD-17 (1988)
  • Lokomotiv ACD-23 (1994)

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Brända skepp (1987)
  • Magnum Opus (1991)
  • Det sicilianska sigillet (1997)
  • Genomträngningen (1999)
  • Den förbjudna boken: en ny teori om Nostradamus profetior (2000)
  • Det snöar i Edens lustgård (2005)
  • Ando-Random Haglund (2013)

External links[edit]

  1. ^ Höglund, Kjell. "Aquapuls". Lugnare Vatten. Retrieved 9 October 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.kjellhoglund.com/framesetskivor.html