Beathovens live with Carl-Eiwar

Here is a rare one with The Beathovens playing “Hoochie Coochie Man” live in Swedish radio. Probably recorded in 1966 with Carl-Eiwar Carlsson, at the time a well known radio profile. Beathovens came from Motala and had two of the Swedish 60s best songwriters in the band; Bengt Andersson (nowdays Toll) and Pontus Olsson. Together they wrote some really innovative stuff like “About the sun” and “Summer sun”. Songs that just as well could have been written today. Beathovens released three singles on the Triola label and was near a breakthrough when they appeared on the television show Drop-In. But in 1966 Bengt and Pontus left the band and The Beathovens saga was over. The two songwriters recorded a new single under the name B & P, with the amazing song “Blow your horn”.

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1 Response to “Beathovens live with Carl-Eiwar”


  1. 1 sikesponge April 15, 2012 at 2:01 pm

    have you got a full MP3 for the song “blow your horn” please, would love to hear it


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