Classic Evert Taube, Vol. 2 is a English album released on Oct 2013. Classic Evert Taube, Vol. 2 Album has 9 songs sung by Evert Taube. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Classic Evert Taube, Vol. 2 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Ted Gärdestad - Sol, vind och vatten/Det bästa med Ted Gärdestad. Edvard Persson - Söder om landsvägen - 20 från åren 1934-1942. Evert Taube - I skärgården & vid Medelhavet. Evert Taube - På Pampas & till sjöss.
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Axel Evert Taube (Swedish pronunciation: (listen); 1890–1976) was a Swedish author, artist, composer and singer. He is widely regarded as one of Sweden's most respected musicians and the foremost troubadour of the Swedish ballad tradition in the 20th century. Evert Taube was born in 1890 in Gothenburg, and brought up on the island of Vinga, Västergötland, where his father, Carl Gunnar Taube, a ship's captain, was the lighthouse keeper. His mother was Julia Sofia Jacobsdotter.
Sven-Bertil Gunnar Evert Taube (born 24 November 1934) is a Swedish singer and actor. Born in Stockholm, he is the son of songwriter Evert Taube and sculptor Astri Taube. Selected discography. Selected filmography. At age 14, Taube began playing guitar. While traveling throughout Europe, he developed an interest in folklore and folk music
|A1||Fritiof Anderssons Paradmarsch|
|A3||Serenaden I Prästgatan|
|A5||Den Sköna Helén Eller Flickan I Peru|
|A7||Vals På Mysingen|
|B1||Sång I Danziger Gatt|
|B2||Bröllopsresan Till Barcelona|
|B3||Vals I Provence|
|B6||Vals I Furusund|
|B7||Ingrid Dardels Polska|
- Record Company – Skandinaviska Grammophon AB
- Printed By – AB Roos Tryckerier
NotesOn labels: Made In Norway
Back cover: Printed in Sweden
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: N.C.B.
|PMES 515||Evert Taube||Svenska Sångfavoriter Vol. 2 (LP, Comp)||Odeon, EMI Svenska AB||PMES 515||Sweden||Unknown|
|SELP 110||Evert Taube||Svenska Sångfavoriter Vol. 2 (LP, Comp, RP)||His Master's Voice||SELP 110||Sweden||1962|