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Falk & Klou
Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2

Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2
Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2






1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Apr 15, 2022

Falk & Klou - Swedish Library Grooves Vol. 2 | Hattrick (FK001TBH) ...Falk & Klou thrives in the glorious nostalgia of the golden age of grooving jazz, jazzy libraries and pfunky stuff, reimagined in the year of the Corona. The Swedish duo consisting of multi instrumentalists Carl Johan Fogelklou and Fredrik Segerfalk who haphazardly met over a pile of vintage synthesizers that required immediate attention, only to realize that they had a common goal in this life - to pretend that they were recording producers and artist in the seventies. The urge led to actual sessions, first only the two, later to be followed by horn players, drummers and other desperate pandemic struck musicians. In the end ten prominent tracks emerged, with the common denominator being the love of great music. The library of Falk & Klou.

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Finishing Line






Banana Jam



The Dealer



Common Sky



Golden Ear








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