I would really appreciate it if someone out there could translate the cartoon featured on the inside
gatefold of the last album just above.
The band's discography here, and now here in this post, missing the Live album from 1980.
On the first ST I really enjoyed the track called Modløs, written by Lotte Rømer. In keeping with the times there's a nice mix of progressive turns here and there in the otherwise straight up pop songwriting. Of course, we're not talking about Pepe Paradise style creativity here, but who could ever equal their skills?
On the 2nd album with its impossibly typical of the 70s cover (the lettering as well as the redhair on the doll are in relief and embroidered) the first track of the second side features again some nice twists and turns in imaginative musical penwomanship (by our power couple Irene Becker and Pierre Dørge):
A beautifully done whole-band a cappella song closes it out.
The Third album continues along the same vein, some more sophistication is apparent, starting with the title track:
I should mention that the principal vocalist, with the beautiful crystalline voice, is Lotte Rømer who formed her own band subsequently, presumably as Dorge and Becker ran off together in the jazz direction.
In fact, the last track on the third album clearly foreshadows the direction they would go in with their Thermaenius:
So, enough enjoyable material here all in all to keep us occupied for a nice week. Sorry, did I say week? I meant an hour, or maybe half that, the way we roll...