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Today it’s Record Store Day and on this occasion #PerGessle talks about one of his favourite records in a Göteborgs-Posten article about RSD and Bengans. /PP PG: ”One of my favourite LPs is from a splendid pop year, 1968. The debut album of Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood turned hot on the gramophone at home in Halmstad and helped to create an alternative universe that felt as obvious as necessary. Summer Wine and Some Velvet Morning must be among the most beautiful songs written (listen especially to Billy Strange’s string arrangements!). And Nancy & Lee's voices are both unique, sensual and cocky. All at once.” http://www.gp.se/n%C3%B6je/musik/record-store-day-h%C3%A4r-%C3%A4r-artisternas-%C3%A4lsklingar-1.4246040
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