Far Out presents Night Trippin’ Episode #2 – ‘Sweden’
Far Out Magazine continues our tip around the world alongside pilot and Night Trippin’ presenter Steven Dove.
Last week we started off on our journey with a sixty minute show immersed in Indian mysticism in homage to George Harrison. This week, in episode two, the Night Trippin’ magic carpet has flown the 3976 miles to Scandinavia and set up stall in Sweden.
While the instrumental genre is the biggest one in Sweden, we also take look at a section of the 1960s when Swedish youth sparked a roots revival in Swedish folk culture. With elements of pop rock, post punk, progressive rock jazz and more, we delve back as far as the 1950s in the episode.
As usual you can expect an hour-long collection of everything you’ve never heard before coming from, inspired from or adding to Sweden.
Expect to hear Lee Hazlewood, Dungen, Ljusbringare and much more:
Night Trippin’ Tracklist:
Torbjorn Axelman – Oj Oj Oj Dungen – Stadsvandringar Pugh Rogefeldt – Jag Sitter Och Gungar Britt Bergstrom – Bla Bla Ar Karleken Trad Gras and Stenar – I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction). Rolling Stones cover Lee Hazlewood – (Let’s Take A Walk) Down Valhallavagen The Go-Getters – It’s Raining Ljusbringare – Reslust (Moog-Mellotron) The Radio Dept. – Keen On Boys David Lynch and Lykke Li – I’m Waiting Here Goat – Run To Your Mama (Tom Furse Remix) Through A Glass Darkly (Ingmar Bergman) – Theme Sonson – Rauta Taste Of Blues – A Touch Of Sunshine