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In The Plain

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In the Plain by Denmark's Savage Rose has a striking cover photo with psychedelic color coordinated band members surrounded by wild pink lettering of the group name. Inside is innovative music, pretty much living up to the typical Polygram hype from this era written on the back cover. "Let's See Her" sounds like Ten Wheel Drive meets Vanilla Fudge; brothers Anders Koppel and Thomas Koppel wrote seven of the eight tracks, and created with this one clever sound and arrangements. The sleeper on In the Plain, though, is the one non-original, five minutes and 38 seconds of "Ride My Mountain," a composition by Jade. It's a wonderful production number where Anisette's vocal scream out over the very together instrumentation. The back cover photo reflects the intensity of "Ride My Mountain," the band looking like exiles of Charles Manson's clan in the positive of the back cover photo, a larger negative version above it making this import very hip. The Savage Rose look like they are auditioning for the film The Savage Seven. The opening track reminds one of a hipper Peanut Butter Conspiracy, and there is no doubt that Savage Rose find more inspiration in their music than similar bands from the era. The production is somewhat like Davd Briggs' work on Alice Cooper's Easy Action, while titles like "The Shepherd & Sally" are as experimental as anything on that early Cooper disc. Having the male vocals on "His Own Happiness" is unnecessary, sort of like Big Brother & the Holding Company letting Janis Joplin take a time out. Thankfully, Anissette comes back after a mini-instrumental interlude for a rare look at the band's sangfroid. It is also interesting to hear Thomas Koppel's to-be ex-wife, Llse Maria Koppel, on harpsichord backing his next wife, Anissette. "Evening's Child" is like a psychedelic powwow of jazz-influenced garage rock which cascades into the dirge that is "A Trial in Our Native Town." Without the polish producer Jimmy Miller would bring to the mix on Refugee, In the Plain is a very good look at a highly creative band.
© Joe Viglione /TiVo

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1
Long Before I Was Born
00:03:20

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, ComposerLyricist - Thomas Koppel, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

2
I'm Walking Through The Door
00:04:32

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, ComposerLyricist - Thomas Koppel, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

3
Let's See Her
00:03:54

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, Author - Thomas Koppel, Composer

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

4
Ride My Mountain
00:05:41

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, ComposerLyricist - Thomas Koppel, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

5
The Shepherd And Sally
00:05:21

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, ComposerLyricist - Thomas Koppel, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

6
His Own Happiness
00:01:52

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, ComposerLyricist - Thomas Koppel, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

7
Gods Little Hand
00:02:25

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, Author - Thomas Koppel, Composer

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

8
Evening's Child
00:03:29

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, Author - Thomas Koppel, Composer

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

9
A Trial In Our Native Town
00:07:11

The Savage Rose, MainArtist - Anders Koppel, Author - Thomas Koppel, Composer

℗ 1969 Universal Music (Denmark) A/S

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In the Plain by Denmark's Savage Rose has a striking cover photo with psychedelic color coordinated band members surrounded by wild pink lettering of the group name. Inside is innovative music, pretty much living up to the typical Polygram hype from this era written on the back cover. "Let's See Her" sounds like Ten Wheel Drive meets Vanilla Fudge; brothers Anders Koppel and Thomas Koppel wrote seven of the eight tracks, and created with this one clever sound and arrangements. The sleeper on In the Plain, though, is the one non-original, five minutes and 38 seconds of "Ride My Mountain," a composition by Jade. It's a wonderful production number where Anisette's vocal scream out over the very together instrumentation. The back cover photo reflects the intensity of "Ride My Mountain," the band looking like exiles of Charles Manson's clan in the positive of the back cover photo, a larger negative version above it making this import very hip. The Savage Rose look like they are auditioning for the film The Savage Seven. The opening track reminds one of a hipper Peanut Butter Conspiracy, and there is no doubt that Savage Rose find more inspiration in their music than similar bands from the era. The production is somewhat like Davd Briggs' work on Alice Cooper's Easy Action, while titles like "The Shepherd & Sally" are as experimental as anything on that early Cooper disc. Having the male vocals on "His Own Happiness" is unnecessary, sort of like Big Brother & the Holding Company letting Janis Joplin take a time out. Thankfully, Anissette comes back after a mini-instrumental interlude for a rare look at the band's sangfroid. It is also interesting to hear Thomas Koppel's to-be ex-wife, Llse Maria Koppel, on harpsichord backing his next wife, Anissette. "Evening's Child" is like a psychedelic powwow of jazz-influenced garage rock which cascades into the dirge that is "A Trial in Our Native Town." Without the polish producer Jimmy Miller would bring to the mix on Refugee, In the Plain is a very good look at a highly creative band.
© Joe Viglione /TiVo

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