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This Swedish power trio were formed in the suburbs of Stockholm in the late 60's, evolving out of two groups, Train and The Imps. UK blues/rock guitarist Snowy White was with the group for a few months, but he left to the UK in the Autumn of 1969. November's main rise to fame began with a very successful concert in November 1969, when they supported Fleetwood Mac, who were touring Sweden at the time. The band were one of the few Swedish bands to use Swedish lyrics, sung in a very characteristic way by bassist/vocalist Christer Stalbrandt. They released a total of four albums, including a very good live album, recorded between 1970 and 1971, but released in 1993. Made in Sweden and future Blood, Sweat & Tears guitarist, Georg Wadenius, produced their second album, "2a November", in 1971. Stalbrandt later formed Saga (not the Canadian band!), in 1974.
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