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Kal P. Dal or Karl (Carl-Göran) Ljunggren (1949-1985) was a rock musician from Arlöv in Scania (in Sweden). His most famous hit was the song “Blåa Sko’” (“Blue Shoes” in the Scanian dialect). Other hits were “Jonnie”, “Bara Rock ‘N’ Roll” (a Scanian version of “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll), “Raka rör” and “Om ja’ va’ en slashas/Jag vill leva fri” (a version of “If I Were a Carpenter”). He also had a small part in the film Barnförbjudet (1979)

Edited by Paudan on 29 Jan 2009, 16:37

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