Dan Turell rattling with kistelåget again. He is not to hold. Fortunately.
The incomparable multikunstners old mate Halfdan E has again put music to Uncle Dannys raving droppings, and it's been another glorious slice out of.
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’call for the dead’ continues unabated the bubbly style from the duo's debut, ’Beware of the money!’, and the posthumous ’Happy hours’, which both came in the 1990s, so it is just to keep on the black hat, glasses and fipskægget, when motormunden provides rapstjernerne rear wheel.
Turell steppes around on its well-known hjemmebaner in Vangede and Vesterbro, but his awesome mastery, timing and tempo, the ebullient ordstrøm never feels predictable.
Lydcollagerne by Halfdan E pepper the deceased entertainer with sense of recitationernes pleasant and lively manner, and only in the form of some hideous fimsede chorus of ’Life in the Istedgade’ and, in particular, sought ’the World's skewed time (Oehlenschläger and on)’ commit the producer gravskænding.
Turell be exuberant in the scene with electronic dub through the while rocking ’People in Vangede’, where the poet demonstrates his playful ability to leave the everyday unique.
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’Province house (backyard blues’ roam a wistful tone in choppy railway tracks, while the entertainer is in his right, smoky element in the Halfdan E’s wonderful backdrop on ’Humphrey Bogart in the morning’.
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Only the English could find to make grotesque ’on Saturday night, tandlægevagten’, but anyone can put themselves into venteværelsets horrific scenario.
It is wonderful to have the original back.
the Cover to the 14 track-long 'call for the dead', which is the third album from the duo Dan Turell and Halfdan E.