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The random article for Thursday, 4 July 2019 is ZZAJ.
ZZAJ was a Swedish pop group, active at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s. Main group members were singer Anna Nederdal and guitarist/composer/producer Billy Bolero (Lars Hansson). The sound of ZZAJ was a mix of groovy and smooth, close to the sound of Sade. All lyrics were in Swedish. ZZAJ released three album, "ZZAJ" (1988), "Scirocco" (1989) and "3" (1993), before they disbanded. A compilation CD, "Epilog", was released in 1995. After the split, Anna Nederdal made another record, with Max Schultz in 1995, and then disappeared from the public eye. However, she now has a MySpace page. Billy Bolero runs a small record company, Bolero Records.
Zzaj is also the name of an artist of ill repute from Western Washington state; he has been responsible over the years for production of 65 CD's and a music review magazine called IMPROVIJAZZATION NATION.
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