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Olov Johansson

Olov Johansson
Country
Sweden
Profile
Olov Johansson plays the nyckelharpa, a traditional Scandinavian fiddle, and is also a member of the band Väsen.
Website
http://www.olovjohansson.se
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (9)
Väsen — Mindset Väsen — Mindset
(NorthSide NSD6097, 2013, CD)
Väsen — Keyed Up Väsen — Keyed Up
(NorthSide NSD6080, 2004, CD)
Väsen — Trio Väsen — Trio
(NorthSide NSD6077, 2003, CD)
Väsen — Live at the Nordic Roots Festival Väsen — Live at the Nordic Roots Festival
(NorthSide NSD6065, 2001, CD)
Väsen — Gront Väsen — Gront
(NorthSide NSD6041, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots Various Artists — Nordic Roots
(NorthSide NSD6016, 1998, CD)
Olov Johansson — Storsvarten Olov Johansson — Storsvarten
(NorthSide NSD6017, 1998, CD)
Väsen — Spirit Väsen — Spirit
(NorthSide NSD6004, 1997, CD)
Väsen — Whirled (Världens Väsen) Väsen — Whirled (Världens Väsen)
(NorthSide NSD6006, 1997, CD)

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