(Max) MC5 - Call Me Animal - Primitive boogie filled with constructive rage and
treble. A band equally important now as then.
(Max) Goat - Gathering of Ancient Tribes - Swedish, groovy and wonderful!
(Max) Merit Hemmingsson - Gånglåt från Ovanåker - The heritage from my mother. In my opinion one of the best records, ever. Originally an old folk song, here in the sound of 1971. The only bad thing about this song is that it is so short. (Not On Spotify)
(Max) Jan Johansson - Leksands skänklåt - The heritage from my father. Recorded 1962 in Stockholm, and also this originally an old folk song. Piano, double bass and a whole lot of soul. The most selling Swedish jazz album of all time!
(Max) Kebnekajse - Leksands Brudmarsch - Again, a Swedish folk tune transformed into 70´s groove. Right up my alley!
(Max) The Rolling Stones - Stray Cat Blues - The reason I love the Stones lives in this song. The dirty beat, like an elegant tramp out for a stroll. Always brings forth the androgynous side in my dancing.
(Max) Jethro Tull - Cross Eyed Mary - The year that always comes back to me, both in vehicles I've bought and records I like - 1971! I remember getting this presented to my when I was 16 by a friend’s father, who've owned the record since new. Cross Eyed Mary, with the chorus, built up by riffs. So heavy, but still so swift!
(Max) Dungen - Häxan - New album from one of my favorite bands. Swedish.
(Max) Blue Öyster Cult - Career of Evil - The classy way to be unclassy.
(Max) ABBA - My Mama Said - A not so famous song by Abba, with excellent bass play by Rutger Gunnarsson. Listen to his playing on all their songs is well worth the time, a legend on for strings!
(Max) The Raveonettes - Chain Gang of Love - Love and decadence for all!
(Max) Pugh Rogefeldt - Hog Farm - Corny Swedish boogie about bikers, 1974.
(Max) The Cramps - Bop Pills - Me and a friend had a bar, a band and a fucked up apartment together. This was our song of risqué! Him pouring up beer and me serving them, strutting on the bar counter.