Kristin Berglund started her career in the 70s as folk and blues singer. In 1978 she went to LA to record with producer Eirik "The Norwegian" Wangberg. They did 4 great tracks. The other tracks were finished in London with Tom Patrick Salisbury as the producer.

Los Angeles-sessions:
Jay Graydon gitar
David Lindley gitar
Fred Tackett gitar
Larry Muhoberac klaviatur
Jeffrey Pocharo trommer
David Hungate bass
Jim Keltner percussion
Linda Dillard kor
Herb Pedersen kor
Joe Pollard syndrums
Fred Tackett mandola
Kristin Berglund akk.gitar
Chris Smith steelgitar
Knut Riisnæs tenorsax

Bruno Castelluci trommer
Gene Santini bass
John Mac Rebbenack-the Doctor keyboards
Tom Patrick Salisbury keyboards
Elliot Randall gitar
Sneaky Pete gitar
Billy Joe Walker Jr. gitar
Steve Foreman percussion
Ian Underwood synthesizer
Kimm Hekker kor
Patricia Maessen kor
Jody Pipjer kor
Tom Patrick Salisbury kor
Albert Speguel strings
Pietro Liacirignola alto sax

In the LA sessions the whole of Toto appeared. They had just formed the band and was rehearsing for their first album recording.

Back in Norway Kristin was honored at Notodden Bluesfestival in 2000. She became a regular with that festival until August 5, 2007. In October the same year she tragically died in a fire accident.

Long Distance Love is an amazing album, featuring some of the most skilled musicians in the world. Included in the digital release are alternate takes of the songs  Money Honey and It's all over now, both the whole of Toto in the studio.
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