Titles:
 
Woodstock
(Joni Mitchell)
 
Waterloo Sunset
(Ray Davies)
 
Congratulations
(Mick Jagger – Keith Richards)
 
Don´t Go Away
(Rod Argent)
 
Baldheaded Lena
(Wille Perryman – Edward Snead)
 
Desperado
(Don Henley – Glenn Frey)
 
Honey
(Bobby Goldsboro)
 
Oh My Love
(John Lennon – Yoko Ono)
 
Me And You And A Dog Named Boo
(Kent La Voie)
 
Today I Killed A Man I Didn’t Know
(Roger Greenaway)
 
What A Lovely Way
(Ivan Szenes/Gábor Nádas/Åke Strömmer/Roger Wallis)
 
Ain´t That Rain
(B Tomsco – G Tomsco)
 
Label: Roaddust Records

Distribution: The Orchard

Released: 24th April 2020
Arranged by:
 Bertil Broddéus
Produced & Mixed: Bertil Broddéus & Niklas Persson

Matered by: Uffe Börjesson at Earhear, Stockholm Sweden (earhear.net)

The SixtySeventies feat Joshua af Saga

The SixtySeventies first album became a reality after a meeting with Joshua af Saga. These slightly older gentlemen have their roots in the 60s and were something they I had in common with them. Especially the pop music from then. After a few nights of improvisation in the studio and rehearsal room, the question came from the band members if I could think of singing some tracks on an upcoming album. I said no way, not some – I will do all of them.

So here we are with ”Once Upon A Time …” taken from the 60s boys room where the Philips gramophone batteries had to be replaced on a daily basis. ”These gentlemen are personified in the 1960s,” I can assure you. I’m very proud to be involved with The SixtySeventies debut album. I listened to bands like Blood Sweat & Tears as an 11-12 year young boy and were also completely sold on the Swedish 60´s pop music now and then.