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Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Povel Ramel, Filip Hammar and Fredrik Wikingsson, Bob Arno, Claes Eriksson, Mia Skaringer, Micke Dubois, Gosta Ekman, Magnus Betner, Galenskaparna och After Shave, Lasse Eriksson, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Hasse Alfredson, Tage Danielsson, Bjorn Gustafsson, Henrik Schyffert, Fredrik Lindstrom, Kristian Luuk, Anders Eriksson, Robert Gustafsson, Nisti Sterk, Sean Banan, Lasse Lindroth, Birgitta Andersson, Peter Magnusson, Katarina Ewerlof, Sanna Persson, Carl-Einar Hackner, David Hellenius, Jonas Gardell, Emil Jensen, Fridolf Rhudin, Petra Mede, Johannes Brost, Felix Herngren, Johan Rheborg, Babben Larsson, David Batra, Michael Halvarson, Carina Lidbom, Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt, Sissela Kyle, Johan Wester, Johan Ulveson, Helge Skoog, Stefan Sauk, Johan Glans, Sigurd Wallen, Zinat Pirzadeh, Olle Sarri, Peter Dalle, Henrik Hjelt, Annika Andersson, Klara Zimmergren. Excerpt: Baron Povel Karl Henric Ramel (.)) (June 1, 1922 - June 5, 2007) was a Swedish entertainer. Ramel was a singer, pianist, vaudeville artist, author and a novelty song composer. His style was characterized by imaginative wit, both verbal and musical. He took inspiration from US and UK 'crazy' style humor and created his own personal Swedish version, unusual combinations of lyrics and music, word play, pastiche and general unexpectedness. He wrote approximately 1700 songs, skits and monologues, and he was regarded as a legend and an institution in Swedish entertainment. Povel Ramel (second from left) and Hans Alfredson (third from left) being hosted by a student association at Lund University in 1999. Povel Ramel was born in Ostermalm, Stockholm into an affluent noble family. His father, Karl Ramel, was a lawyer. At a young age, Ramel found a loving audience for his talents in the family nurses, maids and cooks, and also his parents. His family...