In 1969, a small collective in a bourgeois townhouse outside Aalborg took the lead when it came to psychedelic tones. With the former journalist Jørgen Bornefelt and the jazz musician Carsten Meinert, the small collective became a record label, which released nothing less than Gasolin’s first single. With equal parts interest in various music, Spectator Records was possibly the most versatile record label in Danish music history.
Markus Eg Schwarz-Nielsen, Peter Eg Schwarz-Nielsen, Jesper Bro, Christopher Jon Andersen
Markus has worked in different record labels and he has a special interest in Danish music history. Peter Eg Schwarz-Nielsen is a journalist and documentarist. Jesper Bro has been collecting rare Danish vinyl records from the late 60s and early 70s. Christopher Jon Andersen has worked in different film companies as an editor. < Spectator Records – Up in Smoke > is their first documentary film.
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