A year ago, I wrote A History of Swedish Filk
. Since then I've gathered some new material. Thanks to an interlibrary loan I received a copy of a 32-page booklet with the lyrics and notes of Sam J Lundwall's
record Visor i vår tid
from 1965 or 1966 (I haven't found the record itself, but there are some copies around).
The record contains 14 songs. Four of them have science fiction or fantasy elements.
"Visa till mor" ("Song to mother") is sung to the robot mother of an IVF child, born and raised in a reproductive factory.
"Monstret från planeten Mars" ("The monster from the planet Mars") tells the story of a monster from Mars, who arrives on Earth to spread havoc, but is enslaved and expropriated by the movie industry to appear in B-movies.
"Möte i rymden" ("Encounter in space") tells the story of two old friends meeting at a space station, and one of them telling the story about his (mis)adventures in space, encountering monsters, a girl made out of nitroglycerine, and drifting in a crippled ship in space. It is clearly inspired by Evert Taube's song "Möte i monsunen" (which I myself have filked), but uses an original melody.
"Häxan" ("The witch") tells the story of a witch burning. The catch - the priest is the Devil and leads the villagers dancing out to their doom.
Of the rest of the songs, many feels like they should fit very well into filk circles, telling stories on mundane events and topics but in a way that match very well with the fannish and filking mindset. I can eg easily see Swedish SCA members singing "Tre små munkar" ("Three little monks").
 The SMDB database lists a 1965 date, but every other source I've found says 1966.