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Lars Sjösten - Bells, Blues And Brotherhood album mp3
Bells, Blues And Brotherhood
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Bells, Blues and Brotherhood. Bells, Blues and Brotherhood.

Bells, Blues and Brotherhood.

Lars Sjösten was a Swedish pianist. Born: 7 May 1941 in Oskarshamn, Sweden Died: 19 October 2011. Bells, Blues And Brotherhood ‎(LP, Album).

Bells, Blues And Brotherhood ‎(LP, Album). Bernt Rosengren, Lars Sjösten, Björn Alke, Fredrik Norén - Late Date (A Tribute To Lars Gullin) ‎(CD, Album). Mirrors (2). MICD 003. Sweden.

Lars Sjösten - Select Notes ‎(LP, Album). Lars Sjösten - Bells, Blues And Brotherhood ‎(LP, Album). Dragon (8). DRLP 46. Lars Sjosten 6/12/2007. A top pianist from Sweden, Lars Sjösten had been working quite steadily with bassist Sture Nordin and drummer Fredrik Noren when in 1970 he was given a chance to record his first album. The only stipulation was that all of the compositions that he would record had to have originated in Sweden. That was an easy condition to meet, for Sjösten contributed two of his own songs, a pair of Lars Gullin compositions, and other material including jazz adaptations of traditional folk songs. A few numbers had either a trumpeter.

Broken Bells is the self-titled debut album from Broken Bells, consisting of James Mercer of indie rock band The Shins with producer and t Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse), and was released on March 9, 2010. In 2011 Broken Bells was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 53rd Grammy Awards. After forming in 2009, Broken Bells released their eponymous debut studio album, Broken Bells, in March 2010.


A1 24th Of April 1:40
May It Do Some Good (14:45)
A2.a One Certain Lady 3:57
A2.b Monologue And Dialouge About The Blues 6:24
A2.c Triad 4:25
A3 It's From Lester 5:22
B1 I Thought The Roof Was Falling Down 6:13
B2 The Inner Voice 5:45
B3 Bells, Blues And Brotherhood 9:10

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dragon Records
  • Copyright (c) – Dragon Records


  • Alto Saxophone – Jan Kling
  • Baritone Saxophone – Erik Nilsson
  • Bass – Sture Nordin
  • Design – Pontus Reuterswärd
  • Drums – Egil Johansen
  • Engineer – Gunnar Flygt, Ove Bergwall
  • French Horn – Håkan Nyquist*, Petter Carlson
  • Photography By – Leif Collin
  • Piano, Composed By, Liner Notes – Lars Sjösten
  • Producer – Bosse Broberg, Inge Dahl, Urban Hansson
  • Soprano Saxophone – Krister Andersson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Hector Bingert
  • Trombone – Torgny Nilsson
  • Trombone, Horns – Christer Torge*, Lars Olofsson
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Bertil Lövgren, Jan Kohlin
  • Tuba, Trombone – Sven Larsson


Recorded in two sessions 1980 & 1981.