Laid Back have, indeed, spent 40 years in their very own hammock in the outskirts of the Danish music scene, and it marks the modest orchestra with the album ’the Healing Feeling’.
There are, certainly, not much has happened in the Laid-Backs-going sound, since ’Sunshine Reggae’ swept inundated the pond early in the makkerparrets career, but it makes the button so much that it repeats itself, when one has a style like no other.
Hyggeonklerne has come up in bedstefaralderen, without it can be heard, and there are no major rust spots on either olietønden or drum machine.
Glorious feature dubbed ’Keep On Loving’ and ’I'm the Shy Guy’ to get Laid Back to the cradle of leisurely on the warm vibration that is grundessensen in their subtle work, but John Guldberg and Tim Stahl skejer also a little off.
’Enjoy the Vibes’ is closest to the house, while the ’Next Life’ flirts with hippiefolk, without the potskæve duo, however, lose contact to their foundation, when they float around on a cloud of smoke.
A big part of the Laid-Backs charm lies in their home-productions, and works of the sounds simply too corny. Goldberg's deep gravkammervokal remains, however, a cheerful phenomenon in the middle of Sunday musical plasticpalmer and sun-drenched grooves.
About five years doing the enough the same plate again. There is little to look forward to.
the Cover to the 'Healing Feeling' is similar to the cover of Laid Backs successful second album, 'Keep Smiling'.