All dressed up in dark suits and sun shades, there was hardly ever any doubt whether Himlaväsen had the Blues Brothers simply because heroes. Being produced in 1978 by program musician Sven Fridolfsson, it had been very little greater than a tribute music group, but on the release from the initial record, the 16-guy music group had moved additional. Over the cover of Hip Bop, there is still several Blues Brothers qualities found, however the music owed a lot more to slick Western world Coastline and funk than to spirit and R&B. And even though the record was totally instrumental, “Walkin On” in fact became a radio strike. On another record they included even more spirit, and three monitors with vocals, sung by Frank Ådal and Bryan Duncan. However the tame creation didn’t perform the funky music justice, a issue that would stick to Himlaväsen throughout their profession, executing great live but launching mediocre albums. And preferring to try out in churches with religious projects, Himlaväsen never got a big market. Two years afterwards, in 1994, Bluesmobile premiered, the name another apparent homage towards the Blues Brothers, as well as the music group still dressed up in dark suits and sun shades while playing live. Brothers premiered in 1995, the name again discussing a similar thing, which was unusual because the music hadn’t had much regarding Blues Brothers since their 1st album. It didn’t get much interest outside the spiritual press, however the evaluations were good, if directing out having less progress.