Jorgen Ingmann was a Danish guitarist who enjoyed a short fling with international popularity because of his instrumental saving of “Apache,” which became a high 10 hit in america, Canada and THE UK in 1961. Delivered in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1925, Ingmann initial distinguished himself being a jazz musician, and performed with violinist Svend Asmussen within the group the Swe-Danes within the 1940s and ’50s. Seriously inspired by Les Paul, Ingmann started exploring the options of multi-track documenting in the middle-’50s, and create a home studio room where he could overdub himself right into a one-man music group, recording multiple levels of electric guitar and adding his very own bass and percussion accompaniment. Billed simply because Jorgen Ingmann & His Guitars, his recordings mimicked Paul’s usage of speeded-up and distorted electric guitar noises for musical impact, and shown a lively quality of their very own. Ingmann’s edition of “Apache” (compiled by Jerry Lordan of United kingdom electric guitar heroes the Shadows and initial documented by that group) became an urgent strike at radio all over the world, and topped the U.S. singles graphs for weekly. “Apache” became Ingmann’s only strike outside his indigenous property, but was well-remembered plenty of to pop-up on oldies compilations years down the road; Ingmann’s two albums for Atco Information were reissued about the same compact disk in 2004.