Swedish guitarist Rune Gustafsson, who died on June 12 at age 78, didn't limit himself to the world of jazz. He also composed film soundtracks, including for the 1992 Ingmar Bergmann release Sunday's Children.
Gustafsson was not well known in North America, although he recorded twice with saxophonist Zoot Sims -- The Sweetest Sounds, which came out under Gustafsson's name in 1980, and In a Sentimental Mood, which was Sims last album, released in 1984.
An early effort released in the U.S. in 1969 was Rune at the Top, but this collection of jazzed-up pop tunes received little notice. It's well worth a listen though, as you can hear on Wichita Lineman, available from the link below.
Rune at the Top has not made the transition to the digital age, so your only legitimate source is used vinyl. Some of the prices are extravagant, but here's one that's not.
A few of Gustafsson's recordings are available as downloads. You can check here to see if there's anything that strikes your fancy. A couple of CDs are also still in print. They're available from Amazon at import prices.
Here's a black-and-white video of the Jan Johansson/Rune Gustafsson Quartet playing Night In Tunisia. No date is specified but it's likely from the early 1960s.