Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Smile “Smile” 1973 Denmark Prog Pop Rock


Smile “Smile” 1973 Denmark Prog Pop Rock
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SMILE is a Danish rock band that appeared in 1971 at Vestjysk Musikkonservatorium (VMK) - the Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, located in Esbjerg, the fifth largest city in Denmark. The group was inspired by the teams of Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears, but also succeeded with their own lyrics and music (Waldejer / Neergaard).Their debut performance took place at Esbjerg’s popular restaurant, Kunstpavillonen, which caused enough resonance and gave the group the opportunity to participate in two other interesting projects: the first is another direct performance at the well-known Karnappen venue in nearby Aubenr, the second is recording radio and television studios in the country’s capital Copenhagen, where Erik Moseholm was involved as a producer. The manager of Walther Kl? Bel (from the Danish Music Center) was hired after a break in his work with Burnin Red Ivanhoe to turn Smile into a new top name. Then the band played at events organized by Studenterforeningen (Students Association), on the island of Gasworks and in the capital Falkoner Centret (along with such performers as Fairport Convention), and also appeared on the big stage in Roskilde in 1972. Since some of the participants in Smile had classical music education and experience in symphony orchestras, Waldejer, Bach, Bjelke Laursen and Kring decided to continue as a quartet, while the latter’s vocal style was focused on Queen, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Waldejer remained self-sufficient in the lyrics and music. The group Smile released a highly acclaimed LP of the same name, then even gave a series of concerts, but broke up due to internal disagreements. and Waldejer remained self-sufficient in lyrics and music. The group Smile released a highly acclaimed LP of the same name, then even gave a series of concerts, but broke up due to internal disagreements. and Waldejer remained self-sufficient in lyrics and music. The group Smile released a highly acclaimed LP of the same name, then even gave a series of concerts, but broke up due to internal disagreements.



Personnel: 
Erik Waldejer (guit./vocal) 
Gert Kring (guit., keyb., vocal) 
Henning Bach (bas, vocal) 
Poul Bjelke Laursen (drums) 
Palle Sorensen (vocal) 
Fl. Neergaard Petersen (trp.) 
Verner Vork (trp.) 
Finn Odderskov (sax.) 
Per Rosenborg Eriksen (tromb.) 
Allan Andersen (keyb.)




Tracklist 
A1 Carry Rainbows 4:12 
A2 Orchid Woman 4:06 
A3 It’s Not What 3:41 
A4 Pretty Susan Darling 0:58 
A5 Just Because Your Mother Is Here 4:11 
A6 If The Sky 2:25 
B1 Crying Nation 0:48 
B2 Few Words 4:30 
B3 Prostitutes 0:53 
B4 When I’m Sad 3:34 
B5 I’d Be A Noy 4:23 
B6 Popstar 5:04 

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