Disc One (Past):
'Efter Efter' is the 9th studio album of the long lived Swedish outfit known as Trettioariga Kriget (TK), who've been around for about 40 years now. 'After After' (in English) is the final album of the trilogy that began with 'The Fire of Years.' It was recorded in Stockholm between late 2010 and early 2011. HISTORY OF THE THIRTY YEARS WAR, by Friedrich Schiller (Volume 1) FULL AUDIOBOOK The History of the Thirty Years War.
Disc Two (Present): Wooten's whirled history volume 2020.
Stefan Fredin- bass guitar, vocals
Dag Lundquist- drums, backing vocals
Robert Zima- vocals, guitar
Christer Åkerberg- lead guitar
Mats Lindberg- keyboards, saxophone
Olle Thörnvall- lyrics, harmonica on track 2
CD I recorded live on various locations in Sweden during 1971-81, track 3 and 4 recorded by Björn Carlsson. CD II recorded live at the Progday Festival, NC, US on the 5th of September 2004 by Mike Potter, and on the 8th of December 2007 at the Dieselverkstan, Nacka, Sweden by Mats “Limpan” Lindfors.
All songs on CD I and CD II by Stefan Fredin and Olle Thörnavall except the following: On CD I: track 2 by Thörnvall, track 4 by Fredin- Åkerberg- Thörnvall and track 14 by Trettioåriga Kriget. On CD II: treck 2 by Fredin-Lundquist-Åkerberg-Thörnvall, track 5 by Fredin-Åkerberg, track 6 by Åkerberg-Thörnvall, track 7 by Fredin and track 13 by Fredin-Åkerberg-Thörnvall.
Artwork by Johan Gulberg. Layout by Ossie. Photos by Hasse Persson, Johan Gullberg, Stefan Fredin, Ossie and Patrick Pignon.
CD I track 8 mixed by Dag Lundquist, track 9 mixed by Hasse Persson. CD II mixed by Christer Åkerberg.
Mastered by Mats “Limpan” Lindfors at Cutting Room, Stockholm, Sweden September 2008.
Arranged and compiled by Trettioåriga Kriget.
Produced by Trettioåriga Kriget.
For invaluable help and support on the road and through the War Years we wish to thank Hasse Persson, Jåpe Persson, Per Ingels, Stefan Dimle, Juan Barrenechea and others not mentioned but still not forgotten.
This is a list of major (land) battles and operations fought by Sweden between 1521 and 1814: