Wednesday, September 28, 2005



Sing along with Egon

Egon Kjerrman is the unconquerable champion in Sweden when it comes to making many editions of the same recordings. Always with different covers, sometimes really strange covers. Look down below for a detail with two kids from another cover.

The setup is always the same; the poor kids are dancing around the Christmas tree together with Egon who is shouting and singing (rather false) as load as he can making them speed up. You often find these records in Salvation Army stores and flee markets for less than 2 dollars. Normally they are in perfect condition, meaning nobody ever wanted to listen to them. No wonder why, if you ask me.

5 comments:

CV said...

Vad tycker du om Jethro Tulls julskiva som kom förra året?

Anna-Lena Lodenius said...

Har inte hunnit lyssna på den än, men tankade ner 138 julskivor nyligen och där ligger den.
Så jag tänkte undersöka den snart.

Anna-Lena

P-E Fronning said...

Kjerrman as u said before. Ursäkta ordmärkeriet:)

Anna-Lena Lodenius said...

Du har så rätt - felstavat av mig!

P-E Fronning said...

:)