The Savage Rose : “Homeless” CD & LP 25th of January 2019 Target Music. Denmark Jazz / Pop / Rock / Reggae / Psychedelic band. A new album after twenty five years of existence is something that rare bands can have those days achieved.
Coming out on the 25th of the first month next year after 25 years of creating and playing music , is kind of the best way to mark the history of your band’s life. It is beautiful and we can only wish them a longer life.
At a time where the society has changed into a violence act, the peaceful music The Savage Rose is bringing with this awesome album, is like an out of time moment you can only appreciate.
What surprises me a lot is the fact the lyrics are very strong and still actual about the society in which we are living, yet the music is so relax and enlightening your soul. I’m sent back into the glorious late sixties when peace and love where exploding in the mouth and music of the people who wanted a better world to live in.
Annisette‘s vocals are just amazing and take you into another world of dreams like a mom talking you to sleep except the story is real and we can only advocate it and strongly wish to delete when we fall into the land of pleasure.
Have a listen:
When most are screaming their anger to express the wrong life women are still oppressed after decades, she has a lovely voice and sings with melodies and softness.
Nine songs with strong and powerful lyrics to shred your heart and may leave a tear dropping. “Homeless” , “Woman” , “Harassing”… they all are important and give you the chill. It’s with no surprise that album got number one in the charts.
A magnificent art that expresses the human nature that is still wrong and after decades still the same. Fortunately music is here to help us feel the beauty of life through those melodies.
Influences are wide , from Dana Summer, Janis Joplin, Bob Marley, Edith Piaf, Ray Charles, Pink Floyd , Simon and Garfunkel… This is a top album to own if you love those years and most support this great band 100/100.
Thank you for reviewing this exciting and extraordinary release from The Savage Rose. I fully agree with your assessment. In addition to the tracks you mention I believe ‘Romano Song’ has to be right up there with the very best and Annisette’s vocal is simply amazing. ‘Homeless’ is by many considered to equal their legendary album from 1973 ‘Wild Child’ – it is difficult to disagree – it is that strong.
Just for the record The Savage Rose has existed for more than 50 years with only Annisette remaining of the original band.
May The Savage Rose finally be recognized in the UK – the world would be a better place for it.