Povel Ramel Med Allan Johanssons Rytmiska Rådgivare / Povel Ramel, Allan Johanssons Fågelfria Muntergökar - Proffe / Fåglarna Har Fel download album
Arranged By – Allan Johansson. Written-By – Povel Ramel. Recorded Stockholm, May 12, 1947. Matrix, Runout (A runout): 0SB 2832-1. Matrix, Runout (B runout): 0SB 2833-1.
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Baron Povel Ramel (born 1 June 1922, dead 5 June 2007) was a Swedish entertainer. He was a singer, pianist, vaudeville artist, composer, and songwriter, and has written over 1,000 songs. Ramel's songs are noted for their humor and drastic wordplay. He has written a few songs in English, including "The Sukiyaki Syndrome", about a visit in a Japanese restaurant. His first hit was in 1944 with his song "Johanssons boogie-woogie-vals" (Johansson's boogie woogie waltz).
Baron Povel Karl Henric Ramel ( (listen); 1 June 1922 – 5 June 2007) was a Swedish entertainer. Ramel was a singer, pianist, vaudeville artist, author and a novelty song composer. His style was characterized by imaginative wit, both verbal and musical. He took inspiration from US and UK 'crazy' style humor and created his own personal Swedish version, unusual combinations of lyrics and music, word play, pastiche and general unexpectedness
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- Arranged By [Uncredited] – Allan Johansson
- Written-By – Povel Ramel
NotesRecorded Stockholm, May 12, 1947.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A runout): 0SB 2832-1
- Matrix / Runout (B runout): 0SB 2833-1