The Savage Rose
|The Savage Rose|
Savage Rose at Smukfest 2011
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:
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. 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.
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. This time they will be releasing two studio albums, just as they did in 1968 and 1972. The first album titled Roots of the Wasteland is set to be released in April 2014 and the second as of yet untitled will follow later this year. 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. and The band's debut album, The Savage Rose, was chosen as part of Danish Culture Canon in 2006.
|2001||For Your Love||10|
|2002||The Anthology (compilation)||22|
|2004||Are You Ready (live)||18|
|2012||Love And Freedom||8|
|2014||Roots of the Wasteland||3|
|1968||In the Plain
|1970||Your Daily Gift
|1978||Solen var også din
|1982||En vugge af stål
|1984||Vi kæmper for at sejre
|1986||Kejserens nye klæder
|1988||Sangen for livet
|1989||Ild & Frihed
|2001||For your love
|2012||Love and Freedom
|2014||Roots of the Wasteland
|2004||Are You Ready
|1976||The Best Of
|1993||The Savage Rose 25
- 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
- 1969 Newport Jazz Festival 
- 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)
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- Official site
- The Savage Rose on Facebook
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