the Extra Leaf brought exceptionally ’fake news’ at the beginning of march.
Kim Larsen's longtime impresario, Ian ’Eagle’ Jeppesen, fancied us, namely, that spillemandens last songs would never be released.
on Thursday night could Ekstra Bladet, however, reveal that the debris anyway, on Friday came as the album ’Songs from the first floor’.
In an sms to the newspaper Ian ’Eagle’ Jeppesen lamented that he spoke the truth earlier in the month. The text message reads:
’Just for the sake of clarity: I regret, that I had to poke you a lie about the songs, which we now publish with Larsen. The whole strategy with the release went on, to conceal it until the songs were there. Therefore, I had to say something to you wrong to (try) to put to death. Please Alan.’
DK MusikNYT - 28. mar. 2019 - at. 18:23 here you go: Choknyhed from Kim Larsen
Kim Larsen's manager, who also played rhythm guitar in the legend's band, vince esquire, did not wish to comment further.
Ian ’Eagle’ Jeppesen and Kim Larsen's son Hjalmer appears on ’Songs from the first floor’, which primarily was recorded in nationalheltens living room in Odense in the spring of 2018.
For Extra Magazine declared Ian ’Eagle’ Jeppesen in early march, would not be released live recordings from Kim Larsen's last tour this past late summer.
the Question is probably whether you can rely on it?
Ian 'Eagle' Jeppesen and Kim Larsen's son Hjalmer is on the cover of the legend's surprising afskedsalbum.