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Louise Hoffsten - Knäckebröd Blues

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Louise Hoffsten’s Knäckebröd Blues is the real thing, the product of a very real life.

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With numerous gold and platinum albums on her resume, Louise Hoffsten is considered a top tier singer and songwriter in her native Sweden. Despite her success on the home front, she’s been an all-too-well kept secret as far as music fans beyond Scandinavia are concerned.... until now.

Louise’s career has been highlighted by many awards recognizing her achievement, including one bestowed by no less a light than His Royal Majesty Carl Gustaf XVI, the King of Sweden. She’s been the recipient of numerous gold and platinum awards for her pop, jazz and folk releases and has had a career as a successful songwriter, as well (Faith Hill covered two of her songs).

Deep inside her soul, despite her successes and commercial triumphs, Louise Hoffsten is a blues singer in the most traditional sense. She has used the music born in the Mississippi Delta and the streets of Chicago, worlds away from Sweden -- or so it would seem, to express and relieve her pain. Louise Hoffsten’s Knäckebröd Blues is the real thing, the product of a very real life.

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Additional Info

Catalog Number MIR2007
Release Date Nov 23, 2015
Artist Louise Hoffsten
Record Label Memphis International Records
Music Genre Blues
Explicit Content No
Format CD
Number of Discs 1
Box Lot Quantity 30
Track List
  1. The Seduction of Sweet Louise
  2. Baby, Don't You Tear My Clothes
  3. Love to Love You
  4. Belly up Blues
  5. I Pity the Fool
  6. I Guess I'm a Fool
  7. God Don't Ever Change
  8. I Just Wanna Make Love to You
  9. Slow Down
  10. Weak Brain, Narrow Mind
  11. It Serves You Right to Suffer
  12. Darling, Do You Remember Me?

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