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Afdankede: More shit than Chanel

Anne Linnet completed the DR's glorious documentary on her collaboration with Sanne Salomonsen and Lis Sørensen to say, ’it is not in this life’, she restores the trio.

Linnet changed, unfortunately, make sense.

on Thursday opened the three madammer a comprehensive comebackturné in Aalborg, denmark, where Anne Linnet Band also got his debut 39 years ago.

Much has changed since.

back Then the singers for example sing. It pinches now.

The irresistible delight in Sørensen's vocals are gone, the raw power in Salomonsens voice has disappeared, and the conviction in the Linnets mouth has subsided.

the Veterans also had hopeless working conditions in the hangar Gigantium, where a muddled sound especially in the early days was a stark contrast to the sparkling stage show.

You could barely hear what they said between the songs.

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Salomonsen came exceptionally honest manner through its glansnummer, ’It's not what you say’, while Sorensen tackled the ’Check again’ in style, and Linnet got the lighters - or, rather, phones - forth with ekstranummeret ’a Thousand pieces’.

Suddenly, one could notice, the arena was virtually sold out.

the Mood was, however, otherwise only at the boiling point, because the Gigantium has a tropical climate.

Anne Linnet Bands very limited repertoire is generally a strange cold place blegfunky pop, which was probably hip in Aarhus at the time, but now is just corny and maria.

Songs such as ’Moon sun and stars’, ’Quiet dance for two’ and ’Because, because’ was, despite everything, rearranged a bit more klædeligt and timeless, even though backingbandet The Antonelli Orchestra rarely be able to swing up to swing. They belong on tv. Not on a stage.

Stars spædede sætlisten up with quite a few hits from the solokarriererne. It was a much-needed indictment.

Even halvslatne versions of ’If you understand’, ’I glance at the windows’ and ’My eyes they need to see the’ livede up a bit in the oddly lifeless affair, but nostalgia was unambitious and without decisive effect.

’Venus’ sat on the cross, Salomonsen missed, and the pace at evergreenen was for the memorial for the three old friends, who are in the middle of the 60's.

It is possible, ladies can play out heating in the course of the next months massive sommertogt. One can hope, it gets better. It can't be much worse.

Hopefully they don't do it again for 39 years.

Poptrioens tour continues both indoor, at the festivals and to suffer Green. Photo: Clean Schütze


You're Crazy

Moon sun and stars

Love and empathy,

Fly with me


Life starts now

You are here


It is not what you say

Because, because

the Twist

If you understood the

I glance at the windows

My eyes they need to see

Where you are


Check again

Sui Sui

Beautiful and lovely

Quiet dance for two

Million pieces

Cha Cha Cha

I love

In the morning

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