• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.


Debut from Guldhammer

Guldhammer´s Debut album is a mix of country, new-country and west coast music. He is playing music that is balanced, well produced, and with a feeling that is giving the songs good moods.

Some of the highlights on the album is the coverversions of the well-knowned Michael Ruff tunes: Talkin´To Myself and What Kind Of World Is This. To back up is the Danish bassplayer Lars Danielson, that played with Michael Ruff for a couple of years. Furthermore the album is also featuring Michael Kratz on drums.

Jann Guldhammer has done an album with music from the heart

Read more about the artist at his website.



Joker Records 1996

Tracks: Du Kan Hvis Du Vil, Gode Gamle Dage, Bedste Sted På Jorden, Dans Lidt Med Mig, Knæk Min Nød, Du Er Stadig Den Samme, Du Gør Mig Skør, Det Sværger Jeg På, Stop, Hvornår Mon Vi Får Fred, Hvis Du Vidste, Gi´ Ikke Skylden Til En Samba & I Hvert Et Hjørne Af Mit Hus.

Musicians on the Debut album: Jann Guldhammer, Richard Jensen, Lars Danielson, Torben Lysholm, Michael Kratz, Jørn Bavngaard, Jan Eliasson, Anne Morillo, Gry Johansen, Stine Findsen & Helle Lynge.


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