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           This is Den Flygande Bokrullen on 7 July 2007.      
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           Photo: Rock Punk


           Click on the picture for a larger version (c:a 2,5 MB) Photo: Arko Records


      Three photos by Miroslaw Skwarek from the Singera Festival in Warsaw, September 2005.


                                       Photographer Fredrik Posse came to Nationalmuseum Nov 06 and did this to us.


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Arvid Pettersson
Carl Johansson
Lars Ydgren
Matti Pohjola
Gustav Johansson

Thomas Dawidowski

Here is the group relaxing backstage at the favourite place old-time Katalin in Uppsala, before Thomas was a member.  Gustav notices that the photographer has forgotten to tie his shoelaces.

Brassgathering. Arvid to the left get's feeling. Photo: S Tardell

Matti's parents used to warn him him about this when he was a kid. "You can get stuck like that!" Photo: S. Tardell

Yes, we woke him up after the concert. Photo: S. Tardell

Lars was so nervous, he was shaking like a leaf. Photo: S. Tardell 2004

From theTarrschwein-photo session.

The drummer Carl is learning to fly.

After a 48-hour gig we were totally exhausted.

We discuss tactics during a football game between Sweden and Latvia, September 2002.

During Christmas time we use to meet at Matti’s place baking ginger bread and singing Christmas carols.

On tour with the VW-bus ’Smurfo’. Mjölby, Sweden, 2001.

Discovery from a bin behind the office of our record company.


From Cafe Utopia in the good old days. Here with guest performers Tony Klein bouzouki and Kirk Chilton on violin.

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An early (1996) photo of us.

Gustav, Matti, Carl, Lars, Oskar Pohjola - played tuba and double bass until 1999.

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A photo from the back cover of
our first CD.