|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ghost Dancing||2||Audio||1986||ZYX Records|
|3||Ghost Dancing||2||Audio||1986||Slick Records|
|4||Goda Grannar||10||Audio||1985||Slick Records|
|5||Ghost Dancing||2||Audio||1986||Slick Records|
|7||Ghost Rider||9||Audio||1985||Slick Records|
|8||(Nu Kan Hon) Bare Blunda||2||Audio||Slick Records|
|9||Vår Man||2||Audio||1986||Slick Records|
|10||Ved||11||Audio||1989||Misty Music AB|
Johan Lindell, born 10 October 1950, is a Swedish actor and musician. He is the son of artist Lage Lindell.
Lindell studied at the National theater school in Stockholm and worked for many years in Dramatic solid ensemble. He gave out records throughout the 1980s. He worked with Swedish lyrics with themes of existentialism, rellationer and foreign cultures. In many texts, he takes "the small/weak" man's game. He was not so well-known among the general public but still have a large crowd of listeners. Many associate Johan Lindell with the early 80's radio show Eldorado in Swedish Radio P3, where Kjell Alinge often played his songs.
2012 starred John Lindell in radio theater set of Red and Black, directed by Jonas Cornell.