Audio: Swedish Pop Singer Covers BLACK SABBATH's 'Air Dance'

Swedish female singer/songwriter Lisa Ljungberg has recorded a cover version of the BLACK SABBATH song "Air Dance" for her newly released album "Seven Seas". The CD is available through Haywire Recordings and can be purchased on iTunes, CD Baby and

Ljungberg's rendition of "Air Dance" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

Lisa Ljungberg is a singer and pianist from Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a renowned musician and songwriter who has worked with many national and international acts.

In 2010, Lisa began recording her debut solo album. An eclectic mix of jazzy ballads, soul and acoustic pop made up the core of her album "Pretty Good Life". Lisa sang and played passionately with lyrical subjects referring to her own experiences in life.

In 2011, the single "Don't You Wanna Know" was released. This song has enjoyed quite a bit of airplay on various radio stations and was a competitor in the songwriting contest, "Svensktoppen Nästa", held on Sweden’s radio P4.

In 2012 the single "Short Stories" was released.

It's 2013 and "Seven Seas" is out. This album is more upbeat than its predecessor but is as diverse as ever, with blues/jazz ballads, catchy pop hooks, modern country and even a rockabilly song. Lisa and co-writer/producer Leif Larsson were once again in charge behind the board.

Lisa Ljungberg's cover of "Air Dance":

Original BLACK SABBATH recording of "Air Dance":


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