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Saft "Got to know you"
From Ragnarock festival June 17 1973 Saft opening the show. 30.000 people on first big festival in Norway. With special permission from Arne Fraas.
Savage rose (Ao vivo RAGNAROCK festival 1973)
Uma das apresentações do grande festival Ragnarock in Oslo, que aconteceram nos anos 1973 e 1974.
MUNGO JERRY - Open Up (1973) Ragnarock Festival
Mungo Jerry is a British rock group whose greatest success was in the early 1970s, though they have continued throughout the years with an ever-changing line-up, always fronted by Ray Dorset. Their name was inspired by the poem "Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer", from T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. Mungo Jerry came to prominence in 1970 after their performance at the Hollywood Festival at Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire on 23 May, which was their first gig under this name. Their first single, "In The Summertime", the first maxi-single in the world, released on 22 May, entered the UK charts at No. 13 and the following week went straight to No.1.Mungo Jerry made their first trip to the United States in September 1970. On their return Mike Cole was fired and replaced by John Godfrey, who played bass on their second UK maxi-single, "Baby Jump", which also topped the UK chart in March 1971. The third UK single, another maxi, "Lady Rose", also in 1971, was also set to become another UK No. 1. Mungo Jerry's hits continued through to 1976 with "Open Up" (Top Twenty in Europe); "Alright Alright Alright" (a rewrite of an old French hit for Jacques Dutronc, and again a major hit worldwide reaching the Top 3 in the UK); "Wild Love"; "Long Legged Woman Dressed in Black"; "Hello Nadine" (European hit and Top Five in Canada); and "It's a Secret" (European hit). You Don't Have to Be in the Army to Fight in the War" gave Mungo Jerry another hit.
Burken och Rockfolket - Ragnarock 1973
Shake, Shake, Señora Hey Baberiba Rock around the Clock Universal Music AS
Splash (jazzrock) live -73
Filmed in Norway in 1973, songs: Tiokronors-polskan and Blue Bottomed Top Folk/jazz- rockband from Söderhamn, Sweden I do not own any rights to their material! I just want this band to be seen and heard!! that's all! If anyone disagrees then pls tell me!