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Lill-Babs - Min Mammas Boogie FLAC album

Performer: Lill-Babs
Genre: Pop music
Title: Min Mammas Boogie
Released: 1954
FLAC version ZIP size: 1261 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1829 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1290 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 407

Lill-Babs was born Barbro Svensson in Järvsö, 290 km (180 mi) north of Stockholm. She lived with her parents, Ragnar and Britta Svensson, for nine years in a small cottage without running water. He gave Svensson her stage name "Lill-Babs", a play on words as a connection to the older, and at that time better known, singer Alice Babs. She released her first music album in 1954, a grammophone record with two songs: "Min mammas boogie" ("My Mamma's Boogie") and "Svar till 'Ung och kär'" ("Answer to 'Young And In Love'"). 1979: Till mina vänner. 1982: Lill-Babs i en show av Lars Forssell. 1982: Det är ju min show! (på cd 1998). 1998: Who's Sorry Now.

Lill-Babs was born in Järvsö, Gävleborg County, as the first daughter of Britta and Ragnar Svensson. At age 15 she sang on the radio show Morgonkvisten as a "young talent. Swedish bandleader and talent scout Simon Brehm heard the show and contacted her that evening, inviting her to audition in his Stockholm studio. The audition went well and she moved to Stockholm to begin her showbusiness career. In 1954, she recorded her first record "Min mammas boogie" under the name "Lill-Babs", a combination of the Swedish word 'little' and the Anglicized nickname.

Barbro "Lill-Babs" Margareta Svensson (9 March 1938 – 3 April 2018) was a Swedish singer and actress. Lill-Babs was from the 1950s and until her death in 2018 one of Swedens best known singers. She represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961 in Cannes, and was also known for the song "Är du kär i mej ännu Klas-Göran?" Early career. She released her first music album in 1954, a grammophone record with two songs Min mammas boogie and Svar till "Ung och kär". Simon Brehm was Svenssons manager until his death in 1967, it was Brehm who gave Svensson her stage name Lill-Babs a play with words as a connection to the older and at that time much more known singer Alice Babs. Lill-Babs made her television debut in 1957 and her first folkpark show with her own name in 1958. She visited every folkpark in Sweden during her years.

Lill-Babs Official, Järvsö, Sweden.

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Lill Babs & Dany Mann featuring Ted Herold, 2013. Lill Babs & Dany Mann featuring Ted Herold, 2013.


A Min Mammas Boogie
B Svar Till "Ung Och Kär"


  • Orchestra – Simon Brehms Orkester


A is a Swedish version of "Cow Cow Boogie"