Inger Lise Rypdal - Inger Lise Rypdal - 1970 - 70s - NACD250

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Inger Lises Rypdal's career exploded overnight with Fru Johnsen in 1968. After the violent breakthrough, she naturally had problems finding sequels with the same effect, and released a number of singles of a more obscure nature in addition to the predominantly ¬country¬ inspired the LP Inger Lise (1970), which included a sweet pop version of Kari Diesen's "Hovedøen" and a Norwegian version of "Frank Mills" from Hair. From now on, she was only called Inger Lise on the records, and for many years used the surname Rypdal only in theatre, film and TV contexts. Inger Lise is the first studio album from the Norwegian pop singer Inger Lise Rypdal. It was released in the autumn of 1970 on the record company RCA.

1 Min mann

2 Sangen om deg

3 Trailersjåfør

4 Hovedøen

5 Livet å leve

6 Frank Mills

7 Noas ark

8 Din lune sterke favn

9 En bitteliten kvinne

10 Ro ro ro

11 Statsmann, løvetann, konge, boms og raljør

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