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Rolf Blomquist And His Band Featuring Åke Persson - Jumping With Queen Anne album flac


Performer: Rolf Blomquist And His Band
Genre: Jazz
Title: Jumping With Queen Anne
Released: 1955
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Jumping With Queen Anne. Written-By – Svensson, Blomquist. Trombone – Åke Persson. Trumpet – Ernie Englund (tracks: B1, B2). Valve Trombone – Arnold Johansson (tracks: A1, A2). Notes. A1-A2: Recorded at Radiotjänst (Karlaplansstudion) in Stockholm, February 19, 1953 B1-B2: Recorded at Radiotjänst (Karlaplansstudion) in Stockholm, November 6, 1953. Matrix, Runout (Label, side A): mrep-28-A. Matrix, Runout (Label, side B): mrep-28-B.

ke Persson songs Online on JioSaavn. English music album by Rolf Blomquist 1. Jumping With Queen Anne - Rolf Blomquist, 2. Pops - Rolf Blomquist, 3. Walking Feet - Rolf Blomquist, 4. Subway - Rolf Blomquist. Album ∙ 2014 ∙ 4 Songs. Jumping With Queen Anne. NA. {"url":null,"pid":"ou7o5oxQ","length":"141"}.

ke Persson - Pops, Jumping With Queen Anne, Subway and 4 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Rolf Blomquist. Count: 4. Views: 4. And His Band feat.

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Persson was a professor in criminology at the Swedish National Police Board from 1992 to 2012. Two TV mini-series featuring the characters were produced starring Rolf Lassgård as Johansson and Per Svensson as Jarnebring: En pilgrims död (2013) and Den fjärde mannen (2014-15). These two series also featured Persson's other character Evert Bäckström.

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Rolf Blomquist featuring Åke Persson Label: Metronome MEP 28 7" EP 1954 Design: Stig Söderqvist. Quincy Jones + Swedish. Rolf Billberg Quintet featuring Lars Gullin Label: Sonet SXP 2505 7" EP 1956 Cover painting: Sten Axel Ahlstrand This EP was originally issued on Modern Music EP102. Putte Wickman with Robert Edman Quartet (Sonet SXP 2504), and Jan Allan Quartet (Sonet SXP 2500).

The band didn't have an official name until right before they released their first album. Before that, the group was composed of Brian May (lead guitar) and Roger Taylor (drummer) under the name "Smile. Freddie had already been friends with May and Taylor before they formed Queen, both going to school and playing in other bands with the boys. While the name change to "Queen" was the work of Freddie Mercury alone, the others went along with it because they knew how particular and persistent Freddie was with his opinions and perfectionist behavior

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jumping With Queen Anne
Written-By – Svensson*, Blomquist*
A2 Pops
Written-By – Svensson*, Blomquist*
B1 Walking Feet
Written-By – G. Svensson*
B2 Subway
Written-By – Svensson*, Blomquist*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – AB Nottrycks Lito
  • Recorded At – Karlaplansstudion, Stockholm

Credits

  • Bass – Yngve Åkerberg
  • Cover [Layout] – Stig Söderqvist
  • Drums – Alan Dawson (tracks: B1, B2), Jack Noren (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Engineer – Bengt Runsten (tracks: B1, B2), Olof Swembel (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Piano – Gunnar Svensson
  • Tenor Saxophone – Carl-Henrik Norin (tracks: B1, B2), Rolf Blomquist
  • Trombone – Åke Persson
  • Trumpet – Ernie Englund (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Valve Trombone – Arnold Johansson (tracks: A1, A2)

Notes

A1-A2: Recorded at Radiotjänst (Karlaplansstudion) in Stockholm, February 19, 1953
B1-B2: Recorded at Radiotjänst (Karlaplansstudion) in Stockholm, November 6, 1953

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): mrep-28-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): mrep-28-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): 45-MR-EP-28-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): MR EP-28-B3
  • Rights Society: NCB