The Savage Rose

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The Savage Rose
Savage Rose - Smukfest 2011.jpg
Savage Rose at Smukfest 2011
Background information
Origin Denmark
Years active 1967-present
Website www.thesavagerose.net
Members 2015:[1]
Annisette Koppel (vocals)
Naja Rosa Koppel (kor)
Amina Carsce Nissen (kor)
Palle Hjorth (hammond orgel, piano, synths mm.)
Anders Holm (trommer, percussion)
Jakob Falgre (bas, moog)
Rune Kjeldsen (guitar, mandolin)
Frank Hasselstrøm (trombone, trompet, keyboards)
Past members Among other:
Thomas Koppel
Anders Koppel
Alex Riel
Jens Rugsted
Flemming Ostermann
John Ravn

The Savage Rose is a Danish psychedelic rock group, founded in 1967 by Thomas Koppel, Anders Koppel, Alex Riel, Jens Rugsted, Flemming Ostermann, and singer Annisette Koppel.[2] Ilse Marie Koppel was also participating. Nils Tuxen replaced Flemming Ostermann from their second album.

Since the mid-1970s, the group was an acoustic trio consisting of Thomas Koppel, Annisette Koppel (then Hansen) and John Ravn as a core. From the beginning of the 1990s, the group returned to electric instrumentation. Thomas Koppel died on February 25, 2006.[3]

After the release of Love and Freedom in 2012, Savage Rose have been on tour, but in Christmas 2013 they were back in the studio recording new songs and re-recording old songs. The album titled Roots of the Wasteland is set to be released in April 2014 after 47 years and 21 studio albums, they are still going strong. The first single "Mr. World" was released April 12, 2014 and the new album is set for release May 19.

In 1996 The Savage Rose received a Danish Music Awards for the album Black Angel, which was recorded in the US.[4] and The band's debut album, The Savage Rose, was chosen as part of Danish Culture Canon in 2006.[5]

Feb, 10 2017 it was announced on their Facebook page that The Savage Rose will be releasing a new studio album as they tour to celebrate their 50 year anniversary.


Discography[edit]

Charting[edit]

Year Album Peak positions
DEN
[6]
2001 For Your Love 10
2002 The Anthology (compilation) 22
2004 Are You Ready (live) 18
2007 Universal Daughter 13
2012 Love And Freedom 8
2014 Roots of the Wasteland 3

Studio Albums[edit]

1968 Savage Rose
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1968 In the Plain
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1969 Travelin'
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1970 Your Daily Gift
  • Label: Gregar 1970, Polydor 1971
  • Format: Vinyl
1971 Refugee
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1972 Dødens Triumf
  • Meaning: Triumph of Death
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl, CD,(double vinyl 1979)
1972 Babylon
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1973 Wild Child
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1978 Solen var også din
  • Meaning: The sun was yours too
  • Label: Sonet 1978, MAI 1980
  • Format: Vinyl
1982 En vugge af stål
  • Meaning: Cradle of steel
  • Label: Nexø Publishing
  • Format: Vinyl
1984 Vi kæmper for at sejre
  • Meaning: We struggle for victory
  • Label: Nexø Publishing
  • Format: Vinyl
1986 Kejserens nye klæder
  • Meaning: The Emperor's new cloths
  • Label: Rosen
  • Format: Vinyl
1988 Sangen for livet
  • Meaning: The song for life
  • Released: April 20
  • Label: Nexø Publishing
  • Format: Vinyl, CD
1989 Ild & Frihed
  • Meaning: Fire & Freedom
  • Released: Feb 1
  • Label: Nexø Publishing
  • Format: Double Vinyl, CD
1990 Gadens Dronning
  • Meaning: Queen of the streets
  • Released: June 1
  • Label: RCA Records
  • Format: Vinyl, CD
1992 Månebarn
  • Meaning: Moon Child
  • Label: EMI Records
  • Format: Vinyl, CD
1995 Black Angel
  • Label: Mega Records
  • Format: CD
1998 Tameless
  • Label: Mega Records
  • Format: CD
2001 For your love
  • Released: November 7
  • Label: Edel, VME
  • Format: CD
2007 Universal Daughter
  • Released: November 19
  • Label: Columbia / Sony Music Entertainment Denmark
  • Format: CD
2012 Love and Freedom
  • Released: September 10
  • Label: Nordic Music Society
  • Format: Vinyl, CD
2014 Roots of the Wasteland
  • Released: May 19
  • Label: Target Records
  • Format: Vinyl, CD

Live Albums[edit]

1981 Leve Palæstina
  • Label: Nexø Publishing
  • Format: Vinyl
2004 Are You Ready
  • Released: May 24
  • Label: Street Ballerina Music
  • Format: CD

Compilation Albums[edit]

1976 The Best Of
  • Label: Polydor Records
  • Format: Vinyl
1993 The Savage Rose 25
  • Label: Mega Records, Playground
  • Format: Double CD
2002 The Anthology
  • Released: November 4
  • Label: Pop Strategic Marketing
  • Format:

Singles[edit]

  • 1968 A girl I knew / You'll be alright
  • 1968 Evenings child / Ride my mountain(Jade)
  • 1968 Long before I was born / Let's see her
  • 1969 Birthday day / The schoolteacher said so
  • 1971 Revival day / Refugee
  • 1971 Revival day / Waling in the line
  • 1971 Speak softly / Sunday morning
  • 1971 Speak softly / Unfold
  • 1971 Walking in the line / And I dream
  • 1989 Der sejler et skib(sangen til Mia) / Gennem natten
  • 1989 Stjerneskud / Aldrig Mer'
  • 1990 Solen var også din / Å Carmen
  • 2001 Den største af alt er kærlighed / Lille grønne abe
  • 2001 Pigestemmer
  • 2007 I hear then coming
  • 2012 Freedom to love
  • 2012 Heartbeat of love
  • 2014 Mr. World

Guest Appearances[edit]

  • 1969 Newport Jazz Festival [7]
  • 1974 Ragnarock'73 (The shoeshine boy is dead) "Ragnarock was a Rockfestival in Norway '73'74 and '75 and released one LP"
  • 1976 Christiania (De vilde blomster gror)
  • 1976 Christiania (I kan ikke slå os ihjel) "Recorded by Bifrost but with Annisette, Poul Dissing and Sebastian on Vocal's"
  • 2004 Bevar Christiania (Junglebarn)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "THE SAVAGE ROSE FORÅRSTURNÉ 2015". the savage rose. 2015. Retrieved 2015-08-03. 
  2. ^ "The Savage Rose". copenhagen-jazz-festival. 2015-07-07. Retrieved 2015-08-01. 
  3. ^ "The Savage Rose". denstoredanske.dk (in Danish). 2015. Retrieved 2015-08-01. 
  4. ^ "Original og kraftfuld". nordjyske.dk (in Danish). 2008-08-29. Retrieved 2015-08-02. 
  5. ^ "THE SAVAGE ROSE - AN UNRULY FLOWER" (PDF). Kulturministeriet. 2015. Retrieved 2015-08-02. 
  6. ^ "The Savage Rose discography". danishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 28 May 2014. 
  7. ^ "David Fricke – "The Savage Rose: A Lifelong Fan" (2001)". beatpatrol. February 28, 2010. Retrieved 2015-08-02. 

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