Rått & Romantiskt

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Rått & Romantiskt
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ReleasedDecember 3 - 4, 2002
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Rått & Romantiskt (2002) is the debut solo album of Scandinavian artist Anna-Maria Hallgarn with drummer Ola Norrman, and keyboardist Michael Jöback.

Hallgarn is best known as a Scandinavian actress. Her 2002 album debut Rått & Romantiskt as a solo singer of covers. Inspired by philosophical Ulf Lundell's lyrics, she recorded the album in Stockholm and toured with concerts around Sweden.[1]

The album included the five-minute acoustic song Never Lonely (Aldrig så ensam) and the ballad For those who love (För dom som älskar). [2] [3]

Contributors are Anna-Maria Hallgarn, Bo Hülphers, Michael Jöback and Ola Norrman. Photo made by Lasse Stener and Ulf Hallgarn. Mastering made by Henrik Jonsson. Mixer: Gunnar Norden and Ulric Johansson. Musicians: Michael Jöback - Keyboard, Ola Norwegian - Percussion, Anna-Maria Hallgarn - Vocals, Michael Jöback - Vibraphone. Recording was made by Janne Hansson. Author of lyrics is Ulf Lundell.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Älskling"2:40
2."Het vind"5:13
3."Aldrig så ensam"5:20
4."Domfann en gyllne rege"1:43
5."Bättre tider"3:12
6."Aftonfalken"2:33
7."Katt i fönstret"3:44
8."Rått och romantiskt"3:47
9."Krig"3:44
10."En historia"1:06
11."För dom som älskar"4:55
12."Snart kommer änglarna att landa"3:50
13."Dansa nu"2:51
14."Hjälp mig genom natten"3,16

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rått och romantiskt - Ulf Lundell in new interpretation". Retrieved 5 October 2001.
  2. ^ "RELEASE PARTY: Anna-Maria Hallgarn sings Ulf Lundell". Retrieved 4 December 2002.
  3. ^ "Anna-Maria Hallgarn interpreters Ulf Lundell songs" (PDF). Retrieved 23 October 2013.