Tio vackra visor och Personliga Person

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Tio vackra visor och Personliga Person
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Studio album by
Released1968
Genre Folk music
Protest music
Swedish folk music
Length30:09
Label Metronome
Producer Anders Burman
Cornelis Vreeswijk chronology
Grimascher och telegram
(1966)
Tio vackra visor och Personliga Person
(1968)
Cornelis sjunger Taube
(1969)

Tio vackra visor och Personliga Person (English: Ten Beautiful Songs and Personal Person) is the fourth studio album by the Swedish-Dutch folk singer-songwriter Cornelis Vreeswijk. The album contains some of Vreeswijk's famous songs, such as "Somliga går med trasiga skor", "Felicia – adjö" and "Deirdres samba". [1]

Contents

Track listing

Music and lyrics by Cornelis Vreeswijk unless otherwise noted.
Songs have links to their lyrics on external site

  1. Deirdres samba (Chico Buarque de Hollanda/Cornelis Vreeswijk) – 3:07
  2. Bibbis visa – 1:29
  3. Veronica – 3:09
  4. I Rio de Janeiro (Carl-Axel Dominique/Cornelis Vreeswijk) – 3:45
  5. Florentijn i byn – 2:36
  6. Papillas samba – 1:49
  7. Somliga går med trasiga skor – 3:07
  8. Felicia – adjö – 2:42
  9. Tomtebloss – 1:53
  10. Saskia – 4:38
  11. Personliga Person – 1:54

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