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Claus Asmussen

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Instruments  Guitar
Parents  Svend Asmussen
Role  Musician
Name  Claus Asmussen
Years active  1963–present

Claus Asmussen Claus Asmussen Discography at Discogs

Born  12 February 1949Copenhagen, Denmark (1949-02-12)
Occupation(s)  Musician, actor, composer
Music groups  Los Valentinos, Shu-bi-dua (1975 – 2005)
People also search for  Svend Asmussen, Nils Tuxen, John Uldall, Per Stan
Albums  Shu‑bi‑dua 4, Shu‑Bi‑Dua's Vaerste, Shu‑Bi‑Dua 11, Shu‑Bi‑40, Leif i parken

Interview med bosse hall christensen og claus asmussen fra shu bi dua


Claus Asmussen (born 12 February 1949 in Copenhagen) is a Danish musician (guitar), actor and composer, the son of jazz violinist Svend Asmussen, and a central member of the Danish pop bands 'Emanuel D.P.', 'Sir Henry & His Butlers' (1965–80) and The 'Shu-Bi-Dua' (1974–2005).

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Asmussen has not been very active on stage since 2005, but he was on a tour to Afghanistan with the other ex-Shubs, Michael Hardinger, Bosse Hall, Henning Tingleff and Klaus Poulsen, under the name Veterans, where in April 2010 they played a couple concerts for the Danish soldiers. He runs the audio production company Audiomedia.

Thomas ØM fra Smil TV interviewer trommeslager Bosse Hall Christensen og guitarist Claus Asmussen fr


Filmography

  • 1989: Den røde tråd
  • 1992: Shu-bi-dua i Tivoli
  • 1993: Shu-bi-40 – Et juleeventyr (TV Special documentary short)
  • 2003: Shu-bi-dua – tanketorsk eller stjerneskud?
  • Discography

    With 'Sir Henry & His Butlers'
  • 1967: Camp (Columbia Records)
  • 1967: H2O (Parlophone)
  • 1967: Sir Henry & His Butlers (Columbia Records)
  • 1973: Listen! (EMI Records, Parlophone)
  • 1980: Sir Henry (EMI Records)
  • 1990: La' Det Gry, La' Det Gro (Polydor Records)
  • With 'Shu-Bi-Dua'
  • 1974: Shu•bi•dua (Polydor Records), as sound engineer
  • 1975: Shu•bi•dua 2 (Polydor Records)
  • 1976: Shu•bi•dua 3 (Polydor Records)
  • 1977: Shu•bi•dua 4 (Polydor Records)
  • 1978: 78'eren (Polydor Records)
  • 1979: Shu•bi•dua 6 (Polydor Records)
  • 1980: Shu•bi•dua 7 (Storkophon)
  • 1982: Shu•bi•dua 8 (Storkophon)
  • 1982: Shu•bi•dua 9 (Balstram)
  • 1983: Shu•bi•dua 10 (Balstram)
  • 1985: Shu•bi•dua 11 (Hardazz I/S)
  • 1987: Shu•bi•dua 12 (Shu-Bi-Dua Self-release)
  • 1990: 78'eren (Elap Music)
  • 1992: SShu•bi•dua 13 (Elap Music)
  • 1993: Shu•bi•dua 14 (Elap Music)
  • 1994: Shu•bi•40 (CMC Records)
  • 1995: Shu•bi•dua 15 (CMC Records)
  • 1997: Shu•bi•dua 16 (CMC Records)
  • 2000: Shu•bi•dua 17 (CMC Records)
  • 2001: Rap Jul & Godt Nytår (CMC Records)
  • 2004: Symfo•ni•dua (CMC Records), with 'DR RadioUnderholdningsOrkestret'
  • 2005: Shu•bi•dua 18 (Peaked in DEN: #2)
  • With 'Emanuel D.P.'
  • 1976 Emanuel D.P. (Polydor Records)
  • References

    Claus Asmussen Wikipedia