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Swedish CCM with west coast touch…

In 1985 the female singer Charlotte released her debut album called “Fri” at the swedish CCM label Verbum Forlag. This album were later re-released on CD by Naxos label in 1995. 2 years after the first released the “Fri” album were re-recorded in an international version and Cantio Records released it in US. The album is backed up by many great swedish musicians.

Her second album came in 1989 called “Changing”, and again it was Cantio Records behind the release.

Discography

Changing

Cantio Records 1989

Tracks: My Own Song, October, Shifting The World, You Are My Friend, Evening Prayer, Fine One, Close To Me, My Secret Wish, Open Up, The White Room, Don´t Let Nobody Drag & Your Spirit Down.

Musicians on the Changing album: Charlotte, Mats Olausson, Ola Johansson, Robert Wirensjo, Johan Norberg, Klas Anderhell, Tomas Opava, Luciano Mussetti, Janne Schaffer, Henrik Jansson, David Wilczewski, Jan Ugand, Eric Bibb, Frank Adahl & Micke Andersson.

Free

Cantio Records 1987

Tracks: Free, Stand Up, Who Are You, My Dance, Be Still, Up To The Stars, Love Is The Answer, Be A Winner, Set Them Free, The King, End Of The Book & All I Needed To Say.

Musicians on the Charlotte album: Charlotte, Henrik Jansson, Håkan Mjörnheim, Peter Ljung, Per Lindvall, Klas Anderhell, Åke Sundqvist, Teddy Walter, Johan Stengård, Erik Häusler, Sigvard Dagsland, Håkon Iversson, Eva Axelsson, Björn Ström & Frank Ådahl.

Fri

Verbum Forlag 1985

Tracks: Fri, Dansa, Vem Ar Du?, Kann Ingen Oro, End Of The Book, Stjarnorna, All I Needed To Say, Vinna-Vaga, Befria Mitt Folk & Konungen.

Musicians on the Charlotte album: Charlotte, Henrik Jansson, Håkan Mjörnheim, Peter Ljung, Per Lindvall, Klas Anderhell, Åke Sundqvist, Teddy Walter, Johan Stengård, Erik Häusler, Sigvard Dagsland, Håkon Iversson, Eva Axelsson, Björn Ström & Frank Ådahl.

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