Louise Hoffsten – Yeah Yeah [1989]

R-1224688-1201951916.jpegCountry Sweden

Style Bluesy Rock/AOR/Pop

Rating 78/100

Band Members Louise Hoffsten – Lead/backing vocals, Lasse Andersson, Margareta Andersson – Backing vocals, Martin Cerha – Bass, Ingemar Dunker – Drums, Martin Hedström – Guitars, André Ferrari – Percussion, Stephan Forkelid – Piano,Keyboards,Synthesizer, Bosse Gustafsson – Saxophone, Mats Lundberg – Trombone, Lars Lindgren,Lars Lindvall – Trumpet

Tracks 01. Opium För Dig (3:46), 02. Yeah, Yeah (3:15), 03. Ta För Dig (3:24), 04. För En Stund (4:07), 05. Speglar Och Ljus (3:45), 06. Läder (3:24), 07. Byggd För Nöjen (2:51), 08. Du Är Det Bästa Misstag… (3:07), 09. Vad Är Det Som Händer (3:29), 10. Små Ting (3:40), 11. Hårda Ord (3:30), 12. Jag Går Nu (3:37), 13. Låtsas Som Det Regnar (3:26)

Profile Louise Hoffsten is a Swedish songwriter, musician and singer spanning several genres, notably rock, blues, folk and pop, that went on to become one of the most respected women in Swedish rock. She is also known for writing “Bringing Out The Elvis” for Faith Hill. Her father, Gunnar Hoffsten, was also a musician and played the trumpet in a jazz band. She was former singer in Sky High (1986-1987). “Yeah Yeah!” is her third album released only in Sweden from Rival in 1989 and sung in Swedish. Hoffsten puts across everything you need to understand about this music, even if you don’t know the words. The songs are the Swedish equivalent of blues – lyrics that were peddled on cheap paper to farm hands and house servants across the country at the end of the nineteenth century.

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