Inger Lise Rypdal - Kontakt - 1982 – 80s - NACD429

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Inger Lise Andersen grew up with a lot of music in the home and a father who played the accordion.[5] She has mentioned Aretha Franklin as her biggest musical inspiration. She had a breakthrough in 1968 as a pop artist with Terje Mosnes' Norwegian versions of the songs "Romeo og Julie" and "Harper Valley PTA" (= Mrs. Johnsen), and was the dominant female artist in Norwegian popular music in the 1970s. She has later been most active as an actress. Rypdal won the Spellemann prize in 1973.

Kontakt is the eighth studio album, released in 1982 on the Talent label. "Tanker" and "Lady Di" were from the Norwegian final Melodi Grand Prix in 1981/1982. "Kontakt" released as a single.

1 Lady Di

2 Paris

3 Janterock = Wild Side Of Life

4 La Meg Gå I Fred = Rio De Janeiro Blue

5 Tanker

6 Kontakt = Sometimes When We Touch

7 To Mot En

8 Ikke Gråt For Min Skyld = Take That Look Of Your Face

9 Med Ryggen Til

10 'Va Vi'ddu Ha = What Do You Want

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