The Daily Roxette » TDR Archive » HIDDEN SECRETS #1. Check this out, folks! Just by accident I remembered this; my American debut… Me and Anders Herrlin were in LA in the autumn of 1981 and, among so much else we shouldn’t get into here, we managed to sneak into Jay F’s recording session when he was making his LP “White Noise”. He asked me if I could say something in Swedish at the end of his cover version of the Beatles’ “I’m Down”. So I did. I said “Tänk att få sätta på flickorna på TV2” (the hook line from Gyllene Tider’s first hit single in 1980) a couple of times and they used it (very low) in the final mix. Check it out! I’m starting to speak at 2.50 and stop after about six seconds or so. What a debut! /P.


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HIDDEN SECRETS #1. Check this out, folks! Just by accident I remembered this; my American debut... Me and Anders Herrlin were in LA in the autumn of 1981 and, among so much else we shouldn't get into here, we managed to sneak into Jay F's recording session when he was making his LP "White Noise". He asked me if I could say something in Swedish at the end of his cover version of the Beatles' "I'm Down". So I did. I said "Tänk att få sätta på flickorna på TV2" (the hook line from Gyllene Tider's first hit single in 1980) a couple of times and they used it (very low) in the final mix. Check it out! I'm starting to speak at 2.50 and stop after about six seconds or so. What a debut! /P.


Jay Ferguson -I'm Down

from "White Heat" 1982 Capitol Records usa
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