Almost single-handedly, Anglagard reinvigorated the prog rock genre with their 1992 debut Hybris.
|Hansson & Karlsson||
Organ/drum duo from Sweden, Hansson & Karlsson were early jazz-rock pioneers. Despite having Jimi Hendrix as fan and jam partner, recordings were near-impossible to find outside their native country. Hansson would later achieve international success as a solo artist.
Known for his musical interpretations of classic fiction works, Bo Hansson was an early virtuoso on the Hammond organ.
Named after a Swedish stone age chieftain, Kaipa were founded by keyboardist Hans Lundsun and bassit Tomas Eriksson in 1973. Guitarist Roine Stolt, though only a teenager at the time, was an original member.
|Samla Mammas Manna||
Zappa-influenced band from Sweden were leading component of the Rock In Opposition movement. Samla's albums were a mix of fusion, musicianship and humor.
Yet another morph of Samla Mammas Manna, this one led by Lars Hollmer and guitarist Eino Haapala.
|Zamla Mammaz Manna||
Samla Mammas Manna reformed in 1977 to release a few albums.