In all the 6 episodes, Nisse Hult (played by Johan Glanz) is an innocent man with Skåne-accent that gets in troubles and tries to solve them in a new day of age, with new Swedish historical persons, like for example Gustav Vasa, Charles XII and Queen Christine. It is a funny parody of Swedish history.
Clarence Öfwerman is the author of the original music. He also selects Swedish well-known music. For example the 90's rock band Brainpool appears at Stockholm restaurant "Gyldene freden" in the year of 1792.
By the way, Christoffer Lundquist's band, Brainpool, took part in the international songwriting competition.
Austin, TX, USA
I searched for those pics today, and found one. The happiness & the stereo shows, see pic above. I remember sitting in that chair listening very closely & discussing it with Benjamin from Beagle (left). He looks a bit drunk though… The next morning we learned that Olof Palme was killed & the world somehow changed. For me, side one and side two on that album have always been two very different experiences. On a sad day like today, this is the album that I play. For those interested, I wrote a very long piece about what could have been in today’s paper. (Swedish)