ACHE Danish Rock Band Historical Picture Gallery 1975 to 2019
Featuring ACHE musicians from 1975 through 2019, presented backwards in time.
This webpage focuses on the various "periods" and shared music projects of the active ACHE musicians
between 1975 and 2019.
Picture Galleries 1964-1976 and 2019-2022 are also available - see links at page bottom.
Webpage first publicized in Summer, 2022. Narratives, scannings, photo editing & HTML coding by Torsten Olafsson.
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ACHE Rock Band "Pictures from Cyclus 7" LP logo, 1976, designed by Peder Bundgaard
2019: "BØLGERNE ved BELLEVUE" / "The WAVES at BELLEVUE"
A SONG of REMEMBRANCE to GERT SMEDEGAARD, 1951-2018
Left: Jacob Teilmann Smedegaard Andreasen. Center: "Bølgerne ved Bellevue", CD single. Right: Signe Trylle Smedegaard
After the tragic death of Gert Smedegaard on November 30, 2018, his daughter Signe Trylle and son Jacob wrote the lyrics and music for a song
titled "Bølgerne ved Bellevue", "The Waves at Bellevue", in honour and respect for their father.
Bellevue is the name of a beautiful, popular N. Copenhagen beach area, close to Gert Smedegaard's home, where he often went
to enjoy leisure time together with his three kids: Signe Trylle, Christian and Jacob.
During the recordings of their tribute song, Jacob and Signe were accompanied by many of Gert's friends, music colleagues and family members.
Among them were also ACHE musicians Steen Toft Andersen, Per Wium, Finn Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson.
Jacob Smedegaard engineered, mixed and mastered the studio recording,
while Gert's younger son Christian Smedegaard created the CD single cover artwork.
2018: ACHE DRUMMER GERT SMEDEGAARD - October 13, 1951 - November 30, 2018
ACHE history: On November 30, 2018, Danish drummer and percussionist Gert Smedegaard passed away after stubbornly fighting cancer for a long time.
Gert joined ACHE on the drums way back in the Summer of 1975, and he and ACHE guitarist Finn Olafsson were actually planning a new ACHE reunion project when Gert had first fallen ill.
For more than 40 years, whenever record producer Finn needed a drummer for a new recording project, Gert was always his first, natural choice.
Gert Smedegaard performed live and recorded with countless Danish bands and solo artists.
Prominent among those was, of course, C.V. Jørgensen, to whom Gert was his absolutely all time favoured drummer and dedicated music friend.
Gert Smedegaard played his very last live concert on his drums with C.V. Jørgensen & his band on the Plænen open air stage in TIVOLI,
"Friday Rock Concert" - on September 14, 2018.
With ACHE and ACHE musicians, Gert Smedegaard's excellent playing can be respected and enjoyed on Olafssongs phonogram productions a.o. such as, f.i.:
"Pictures from Cyclus 7", 1976 - "Majestætens Marionetter", 1976 - Finn Olafsson's "Savannah", 1976 -
"Blå som Altid", 1977 - Finn Olafsson's "Elements", 1981 - Steen Toft Andersen's "Bag Murene", 1983 -
Per Wium's "Ind i det Blå", 1987 - Anders Roland & Finn Olafsson and singer Jytte Pilloni's "Himlen over Dig", 1989 -
ACHE's "De skæve Drømme", 2004 - Steen Toft Andersen's "Travellers' Tales", 2005.
Photos left and right: Gert Smedegaard in Easy Sound Studio, Copenhagen, while recording Finn Olafsson's 1981 album "Elements".
Photographer: Jan Persson. Center: Photo memory collage.
2017 & 2018: "DE HOMINE URBANO" and "GREEN MAN" REMASTERED and REISSUED
on Colourful Vinyl LPs by Universal Music, Denmark
2015: TRAVI$ SCOTT, USA, SAMPLES an ACHE GUITAR RIFF for his RODEO ALBUM
Left: ACHE's "Pictures from Cyclus 7" album, 1976. Center: Travis Scott's debut album "Rodeo". Right: ACHE's single "Expectation", 1976
2015: TOM FREDERIKSEN, FINN OLAFSSON & TORSTEN OLAFSSON
Publish Two Video Singles, Performed and Recorded Live in the Studio
Left: The video single "Du ka' ikke høre mig i radio'n", English: "You cannot hear me in the radio".
Right: "100 År", English: "100 Years".
2014: FINN OLAFSSON's VIDEO of the MONTH 2014 ONLINE MUSIC PROJECT
Left: Front cover photo for Finn Olafsson's "Video of the Month 2014" online, video and CD production.
Right: Finn Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson during the recordings of two guitar/tabla tracks for the "Video of the Month 2014" production.
2014: A QUITE SECRET ACHE REUNION in DOWNTOWN COPENHAGEN
ACHE history: Glenn Fischer, Peter Mellin, Torsten Olafsson & Peter Mellin
when they joined forces to play a little music together again in private, during the course of 2014
2012: "DE HOMINE URBANO" and "GREEN MAN" REMASTERED and REISSUED
on CDs by ESOTERIC RECORDINGS, UK
2011, 2013, 2015 & 2019: FINN OLAFSSON's MUSIC FROM NORTH SEALAND
- CDs, DVD & PRINTED MUSIC BOOK
Left: "Music From North Sealand", CD, released in 2011.
Center: "Music From North Sealand. 13 Acoustic Guitar Pieces", printed music book, published in 2019.
Right: "Music From North Sealand. Live in concert at Frederiksborg Castle Chapel", DVD, published in 2013.
In 2011, Finn Olafsson recorded his instrumental acoustic guitar album "Music From North Sealand", accompanied by one other ACHE musician,
namely Torsten Olafsson on acooustic bass guitar, percussion and Japanese shakuhachi flute.
Also, featured on the CD on keyboards are Michael Vogelius Larsen and on percussion Jacob Andersen.
In late September of 2013, Finn, Michael and Torsten performed the complete "Music From North Sealand" suite
at the Frederiksborg Castle Chapel in Hillerød, published on live concert DVD in that same year.
In 2019, followed the printed music book subtitled "13 Acoustic Guitar Pieces" with all the guitar tracks transcribed in the smallest detail
and presented in Western staff notation with full tablature system, produced and published by Olafssongs.
Left: Finn Olafsson in front of Frederiksborg Castle, North Sealand. Photo: Helle Kongevang
Center: Finn Olafsson with Torsten Olafsson, left, and Michael Vogelius Larsen, right, performing "Music From North Sealand"
in the Frederiksborg Castle Chapel in Hillerød, North Sealand on September 29, 2013.
Right: The single CD "Hamlet's Castle" from "Music From North Sealand", 2012.
Finn Olafsson with Michael Vogelius Larsen, right, and Torsten Olafsson, left, performing "Music From North Sealand" in Maribo Cathedral in SE Denmark on October 31, 2015.
Photo: Ronnie Bille
Left: Michael Vogelius Larsen setting up his gear at Tikøb Church in North Sealand, November 1, 2015
Center: Finn Olafsson concert at Maribo Cathedral, October 31, 2015, poster partly cropped
Right: Torsten Olafsson at Maribo Cathedral; in the background Michael Vogelius Larsen, October 31, 2015
The stage is set for a performance of Finn Olafsson's "Music From North Sealand" at Troubaduren in Sorø, SW Sealand, on November 6, 2015.
2011: "DE HOMINE URBANO" and "GREEN MAN" REISSUED on vinyl LPs
by LUCKY PIG RECORDS in Germany
2010: TOM FREDERIKSEN, FINN OLAFSSON & TORSTEN OLAFSSON's
"Tribute to Tony Vejslev & Frank Jæger" CD, DVD & Concert Lecture Project
Left: Tony Vejslev & Frank Jæger in Farum. Photo: Muriel Pearson, 1948.
Center: The trio's CD "Hyldest til Tony Vejslev & Frank Jæger", Olafssongs, 2010. Photos by Tom Steffe.
Right: Tom, Finn & Torsten in 2017. Photo: Johnnie Jacobsen.
Composer, singer, entertainer and guitarist Tony Vejslev, 1926-2013, created melodies for more than thirty of his close high school friend Frank Jæger's, 1926-1977,
They first worked together - receiving wide national appraisal and succes - since the late 1940s till the end of the 1950's, or so, when work and geography came to distance them.
Then, in 1983, Tony made a fine come-back with an LP album with new melodies that he had written more recently, thus making it "possible to also sing" those poems that he admired.
Among his chosen poems were not only additional ones by Frank Jæger, but other celebrated Danish poets were included,
such as then contemporary writers like Ole Sarvig and Thorkild Bjørnvig, and favoured ones representing
the more "classical" early 1900s' period: Emil Aarestrup, Sophus Claussen and Johannes V. Jensen.
The 1983 album titled "Tony Vejslev Synger ... ", "Tony Vejslev Sings ... ", was produced, arranged and orchestrated by Finn Olafsson
who also contributed with his acoustic guitar playing. That album marks the start of a 4 decades long co-operation between Tony,
the composer, and Finn, in his capacity as music publisher at Olafssongs Music publishing and music director.
When, in 2008, Tom together with the two ACHE musicians Finn and Torsten had experienced their succes with Tom's "Synger/Sangskriver" album,
the idea soon caught them that they could well create, record and live perform their own personal arrangements of selected Vejslev/Jæger songs.
That idea crystallized in the CD album "Hyldest til Tony Vejslev & Frank Jæger", "A Tribute to Tony Vejslev & Frank Jæger",
that was recorded in Olafssongs Studio and released in 2010, followed by a live concert DVD in 2011.
Since then, the trio has given more than 80 concerts and concert lectures, added new songs of their own and published a number of well viewer rated YouTube music videos.
2007: TOM FREDERIKSEN's SOLO ALBUM SYNGER/SANGSKRIVER
featuring Finn Olafsson, Torsten Olafsson, Tobias Folting & Friends
Left: Singer, guitarist and songwriter Tom Frederiksen. Photo: Søren Andersen, 2021.
Center: Tom Frederiksen's solo album "Synger/Sangskriver", English: "Singer/Songwriter", 2007.
Right: The Danish Top of Pop Chart single hit "Søster Solskin", English: "Sister Sunshine".
In 2006, Singer, guitarist & songwriter Tom Frederiksen, asked Finn Olafsson to produce and publish an album of his with songs
he had been writing over a period of time.
The resulting album was recorded in 2007 in Olafssongs Studio in North Sealand.
As session musicians were invited Tobias Folting on drums, ACHE muscian Torsten Olafsson on bass
together with selected other fine Danish professional instrument players and singers.
After the release, the CD titled "Synger/Sangskriver" - a mixed pop, rock and folk music work
- was nominated for the Danish Music Awards in 2008 in the categori Danish "Songs".
Quite astonishingly, the song "Søster Solskin", "Sister Sunshine", was tested for and entered the Danish language Top of the Pops charts.
The song succeeded in staying there succesfully for all the maximum 15 weeks while enjoying 3 weeks of Number #1 hit list fame status
as well as enjoying several other fine chart positions throughout the period.
2006: WUTHERING HEIGHTS' COVER VERSION of SHADOW of a GIPSY
ACHE history: When, in 2006, Danish heavy metal band Wuthering Heights released their album "The Shadow Cabinet" in Japan,
a formidable cover version of ACHE's "Shadow of a Gipsy" from 1970 was included as a "Japan only" bonus track, #12, on the CD.
2005: Steen Toft Andersen's 2nd Solo Album "TRAVELLERS' TALES"
ACHE history: Bassist & Globetrotter Steen Toft Andersen, composer of the solo album
"Travellers' Tales - Featuring the Ukulele", recorded by ACHE musicians and others in 2004-2005
ACHE history: "Travellers' Tales - Featuring the Ukulele", 2005
The ACHE musicians featured on this remarkable solo album by Steen Toft Andersen are:
Finn Olafsson on guitars, Gert Smedegaard on drums, Torsten Olafsson in bass, and Steen Toft Andersen, himself, on the ukulele.
In early 1979, Steen Toft Andersen made up his mind to leave Denmark for unique globetrotter adventures all over the globe.
On his numerous travels to far away worlds, Steen brought with him his ukulele to play and compose tunes,
and the many sentiments and ideas were eventually collected, arranged and recorded
on the instrumental music album of his titled "Travellers' Tales - Featuring the Ukulele".
2005 & 2016: KASPER SØBORG's SOLO Albums GUITAR SPHERES & COSMIC JUGGLING
Left: On Kasper Søborg's CD album "GuitarSpheres", released by Olafssongs in 2005,
ACHE musicians Finn Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson
played acoustic guitar & shaker, tablas & shakuhachi, respectively.
Center: Portrait of Kasper Søborg on his printed music book "Realization", engraved by Torsten Olafsson, and published by Olafssongs in 2005.
Right: Cover front of Kasper Søborg's Olafssongs CD "Cosmic Juggling", 2016, partly recorded by Finn Olafsson, with cover artwork created by Torsten Olafsson.
2005: HENRIK OLAFSSON's SOLO Album ACOUSTIC LINES
Left: Henrik Olafsson's CD album "Acoustic Lines", cover front
Center: "Acoustic Lines" CD disc
Right: Henrik Olafsson. All photos by Christoffer Askman
When, in 2004 to 2005, double bass player and composer Henrik Olafsson recorded his solo album "Acoustic Lines" in Olafssongs Studio,
he was backed by his two "grand uncles" Finn Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson.
Finn as the producer/sound engineer and acoustic guitarist while Torsten played percussion and the Japanese bamboo flute 'shakuhachi' - both original ACHE musicians.
2003-2004: CHRISTIANIA, DE SKÆVE DRØMME, "THE SKEWED DREAMS"
ACHE history: Re-united ACHE musicians during the recording of their Christiania tribute song
"De skæve drømme", "The Skewed Dreams", in Summer, 2003 - from the left:
Per Wium, Gert Smedegaard, Peter Mellin, Finn Olafsson,
Johnnie Gellett, Torsten Olafsson - and picture to the right: Steen Toft Andersen
ACHE history: "De skæve drømme", tribute single CD to Christiania, 2004
ACHE history: ACHE recording "De skæve drømme" in July, 2003, in Olafssongs Studio
Left: Johnnie Gellett, Maria Olafsson and Anne-Line Edelgaard Gantzler
Right: producer and studio sound engineer Finn Olafsson
2003: B-JOE is FEATURED with his song "EYES of a CHILD"
RECORDED with 3 ACHE MUSICIANS BACKING in OLAFSSONGS STUDIO
ACHE history: In preparations for a potential new album, singer, guitarist & songwriter B-Joe had previously recorded the "Eyes of a Child" track in Olafssongs Studio.
Beside producer Finn Olafsson, also on guitars, two other ACHE musicians had joined in, namely Gert Smedegaard on drums,
and Torsten Olafsson on his Fender fine old Precision electric bass guitar.
"Eyes of a Child" was released on CD single and also included on a Danish PR CD sampler titled "Discover Denmark" produced for the annual international music fair in Cannes, 2003.
2002 and 2003: New ANDERS ROLAND & FINN OLAFSSON CDs
- A CREATIVE ACOUSTIC GUITARIST DUO REUNITE AFTER 11 YEARS ...
1979: The PIA RAUG ALBUM "SAGA", FINN OLAFSSON and The ACHE MUSICIANS
ACHE history: In 1978, singer Pia Raug enjoyed nationwide succes with her debut album "Hej, lille drøm", "Hello, Little Dream".
An essential contribution to that succes was Finn Olafsson's Martin D-45 fingerpicked acoustic guitar accompaniment on all the album tracks.
Then, in 1979, came the opportunity to create a follow-up, this time with songs all written by Pia Raug, herself, and produced by Finn Olafsson.
The musicians chosen to perform the backing were ACHE musicians, like Finn, namely Gert Smedegaard, Per Wium and Torsten Olafson.
Recorded in Sweet Silence Studios, the recordings were engineered by Flemming Rasmussen.
ACHE history: Pia Raug, left, with Finn Olafsson and Torsten Olafsson in Spring, 1979.
Pia and Finn recorded Pia's 2nd solo album "SAGA" in Sweet Silence Studios with Flemming Rasmussen as eminent sound engineer.
Contributing ACHE musicians: Per Wium on keyboards, Gert Smedegaard on drums, Torsten Olafsson on percussion and shakuhachi.
Photo by Bjarne "Eskild" Eskildsen, Spring, 1979.
LATE 1970s: Late 1978 through EARLY 1979
ACHE history: Steen Toft Andersen, Gert Smedegaard, Finn Olafsson, Per Wium, Torsten Olafsson - Press photo
ACHE history: Torsten Olafsson and Steen Toft Andersen on stage at the venue "Den Grå Hal",
"The Gray Hall", Christiania, Copenhagen, in early 1979. Photos by Mikkel Scharff.
ACHE history: ACHE resting in their band bus named "Mrs. Larsen".
From the left: Torsten, Finn, Lars, Steen, Eskild, Per, NN? - Winter, very early 1979
ACHE history: Steen Toft Andersen, Lars Mellin, Torsten Olafsson
live on stage at the venue Musikcaféen in Copenhagen, Winter, 1978-79
ACHE history: Finn Olafsson, Gert Smedegaard, Per Wium
Come Summer, 1978, Torsten Olafsson had re-patriated after 18 months of inspiring music and language studies in Kyōto, Japan.
Not long afterwards, he was invited to play the bass with ACHE, one more time ...
Photos from Musikcafeen by Bjarne "Eskild" Eskildsen.
LATE 1970s - Early to mid-1978
ACHE history: ACHE and their beloved band bus Fru Larsen, "Mrs. Larsen", in 1978 - from the left:
Johnnie Gellett, Gert Smedegaard, Finn Olafsson, Steen Toft Andersen, Per Wium
Photo: Mikkel Scharff
ACHE history: In Summer, 1978, ACHE performed in the Roskilde Festival "Rytmeteltet", "The Rhythm Tent", and the band's dedicated
and always loyal roadie Bjarne "Eskild" Eskildsen was there supporting them.
Here's "Eskild", right - Kaj Højer to the left? - in action behind the stage monitor mixer console
during some other rock concert in the Roskilde Festival Rhythm Tent, Summer, 1978.
ACHE history: ACHE in their newly acquired "Mrs. Larsen" band bus:
Finn, Gert, Steen, Johnnie, Per, early 1978.
ACHE history: Steen Toft Andersen, Finn Olafsson & Johnnie Gellett live on stage with ACHE in mid-1978.
1977-1978: The "TANDROCK" YOUTH ROCK MUSICAL PROJECT
ACHE history: In 1977, four ACHE musicians joined innovative school dentist and songwriter Bjarne Nørtov to realize a unique musical for school children
in Ballerup Municipality West of Copenhagen: The 'rock opera' "Tandrock", or "Tooth Rock", that communicated the importance of careful dental hygiene to youngsters.
The numerous actors and singers were all pupils at the Ellegård School in Ballerup where ACHE keyboardist Peter Mellin worked as a very popular and inspiring music teacher.
ACHE's Finn Olafsson, Peter Mellin, Gert Smedegaard and Steen Toft Andersen formed the core backing group. The album was recorded
at the newly established ROC Studios on Amager with Finn Olafsson producing and Mike F. Andreasen as the studio technician.
1976-1977: The "BLÅ SOM ALTID" ALBUM PERIOD
ACHE history: ACHE in 1977 - from top left: Finn Olafsson, Gert Smedegaard, Per Wium, Steen Toft Andersen, Johnnie Gellett
ACHE history: Finn Olafsson live on stage with ACHE. Photo by Bjarne "Eskild" Eskildsen
When, in 1977, the album "Blå som altid", "Blue as Always", was recorded, the musician line-up was as follows:
Finn Olafsson - the only original ACHE band member left - on guitars/vocals
Gert Smedegaard on drums
Per Wium on keyboards, vocals
Steen Toft Andersen on bass, vocals
Johnnie Gellett on lead vocal, backing guitar & percussion
Contrasting with previous ACHE and ACHE-related albums, song lyrics were now written in the band's native, Danish language.
The "Blå som altid" album has not yet been digitally re-released because of master rights restrictions.
Left: Sound engineer Lars Mellin & stage lights designer Gunnar Hovgaard, 1977.
Right: Drummer Gert Smedegaard & road manager/percussion player Palle Steen Nygaard, 1977.
Right photo by Bjarne "Eskild" Eskildsen.
1977: ANDREW JOHN & LIZZA - OLD FRIENDS, NEW FRIENDS
with STEEN TOFT ANDERSEN, GERT SMEDEGAARD & FINN OLAFSSON
ACHE musicians have very often contributed as sidemen with other artists and music groups, like for example in 1977,
when bassist Steen Toft Andersen and drummer Gert Smedegaard - assisted by Finn Olafsson on guitar -
acted as the steady rhythm group for the duo Andrew John & Lissa on their album "Old Friends, New Friends".
1976: FINN OLAFSSON's 1st SOLO ALBUM "SAVANNAH"
ACHE history: Finn Olafsson's 1st electric/acoustic guitar solo album titled "Savannah", 1976
When, in the Summer of 1976, Finn Olafsson succeded in realizing his desire to create
a music album "entirely of his own", the stage was set in the brand new ROC Studios
on the South Copenhagen island of Amager where Finn grew up since his birth in 1953.
Finn engaged a handful of his good ACHE musician friends who had previously that year recorded the album "Pictures from Cyclus 7"
with music composed by Peter Mellin and lyrics by Bo Lillesøe:
Johnnie Gellett, vocals, Gert Smedegaard, drums, and Steen Toft Andersen, bass.
Besides, Finn was also joined by Nis P. Jørgensen on various flutes, as well as his older brother,
Torsten Olafsson - ACHE's original bass player - on the vibraphone, tabla, percussion and backing vocals.
Torsten was otherwise well on his way to soon moving to Kyōto in Japan
to study Japanese culture, language, philosophy and shakuhachi flute music there.
1976: "MAJESTÆTENS MARIONETTER" - "The Majesty's Puppets"
- ACHE's 1st TRIBUTE to the "Free City" CHRISTIANIA in COPENHAGEN
ACHE history: In mid-1976, ACHE was commissioned to contribute with a song to an LP album, titled "Christiania",
that was produced in support of the alternative, "free" city of that same name.
"Majestætens Marionetter", "The Majesty's Puppets", represents the very first publicized ACHE recording
with lyrics written in the Danish language, words composed by then
ACHE bass player Steen Toft Andersen.
1975-1976: The "PICTURES FROM CYCLUS 7" ALBUM PERIOD
ACHE history: ACHE 1976 from the left: Gert Smedegaard, Finn Olafsson, Steen Toft Andersen, Per Wium, Stig Kreutzfeldt, Johnnie Gellett
Photo by Mikkel Scharff
Composer and keyboardist Peter Mellin & lyricist Bo Lillesøe's "Pictures from Cyclus 7" concept LP album,
recorded in early 1976 at the Rosenberg Studios in Copenhagen.
Nils Henriksen acted as the producer in charge, Freddy Hansson as the engineer,
while Finn Olafsson contributed as organizer,
musical co-arranger & executive producer.
Two original ACHE musicians participated in this project, namely: Finn Olafsson & Peter Mellin.
First released in Spring 1976, the album was re-released on CD by Green Tree Records in Germany in 2004.
Again, in 2016, SONY Music Denmark re-released "Pictures from Cyclus 7", digitally remastered, on the internet.
ACHE history: "Pictures from Cyclus 7" was recorded in the Rosenberg Studio in Copenhagen, early 1976.
Producer: Nils Henriksen. Executive producer & arranger: Finn Olafsson. Engineer: Freddy Hansson.
From the left: Peter Mellin, Finn Olafsson, Gert Smedegaard.
ACHE history: ACHE 1976 live on stage in Atlantic Bio, Copenhagen, Spring 1976.
From the left: Finn Olafsson, Johnnie Gellett, Gert Smedegaard, Stig Kreutzfeldt, Steen Toft Andersen, Peter Mellin.
ACHE history: In early 1976, ACHE records the album "Pictures from Cyclus 7" at Rosenberg Studio in Copenhagen.
Left: Sound Engineer Freddy Hansson. Right: Guitarist Finn Olafsson, drummer Gert Smedegaard, singer Stig Kreutzfeldt, basist Steen Toft Andersen
ACHE history: Re-formed ACHE in Summer and Fall, 1975:
Band from the top, left: Gert Smedegaard, Steen Toft Andersen & Johnnie Gellett, Peter Mellin, Finn Olafsson, "Zeus".
Right: Steen Toft Andersen, Peter Mellin.
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