The Danish trio (Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen, violin; Ale Carr, cittern; Nikolaj Busk, piano & accordion) returns with their second recording of cross-genre folk music. Guests include a folk choir and The Danish String Quartet. The artists say: "We met by chance one night during a folk festival in Copenhagen. Ale and Rune were standing in the corner of a pub jamming some folk tunes. Nikolaj just came in, sat at the piano and began to play along. The three of us ended up playing together all through the night. That was in 2009. Six months after we met, Rune held his debut concert at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.
Undertakers Circus is a progressive/jazz-rock band from Lillestrøm, Norway, with their most active period between 1967 and 1976. With a full horn section accompanying traditional rock instruments their sound resembles bands like Chacago and Blood, Sweat & Tears, but with melodies and harmonies more of the Barclay James Harvest and The Moody Blues mode. They were the first rock band in Norway to write social critical lyrics in their native language. They also put music to two poems by working class poet Rudolf Nilsen. Other lyrical subjects was, amongst others, Norwegian history and Norse mythology. In 1973 they released their first album, "Ragnarock". At the time the band counted 11 members. "Ragnarock" was remastered and re-released by Pan Records in 2004, with "Riil køntri mjusik" and "Menuet silikose" (single version) as bonus tracks.
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"Once again, a superb & supportive audience …The Circus Krone is a great venue for circuses, and a good atmospheric for groups. But not sound. All the same, we enjoyed playing” observed the Robert. Trey Gunn agreed. “(the sound) wasn't as bad as last night in Stuttgard, but it was still pretty crappy. However, the audience really redeemed it, tonight.” Belew responds particularly well the crowd, showering them with the sploog on a lethal LTIA IV; a great vocal on Frying Pan and a particularly convincing Oyster Soup.