Baby Woodrose - Stengade 30, København 4/10/03
From Aural Innovations #24 (July 2003)
Wow... What a great night. All the cool people I know around in the psychedelic music scene were here tonight and there was a reception with free beer for 1½ hours. The entire band was around and got some gifts from family and friends and I spoke with all of them. Everyone was in high spirits for the show. The band had just come back from playing 3 very successful shows in Spain. They started right at 11 and opened with "Honeydripper" then into "What A Burn". Next up was the first single off the new, Money for Soul CD, "Disconnected". The b-side and CD single have an unreleased track ("Too Far Gone"). "Drowning Man", a great catchy song was next. I was so surprised just how the crowd was totally into it. If you close your eyes you feel like it is 1968 or something. "Living A Dream" from the first LP followed. Next up was the cover "Double Six", which came out on a rare 7" record. Most of the songs are in the 2-3 minute range here so they go by fast. "Never Comin’ Back", another single was next. "Pandora" and "Caught In A Whirl" went over very well too. The title track of the new CD, "Money For Soul" and "Rollercoaster" were next. Guf has really improved as a guitar player and plays some cool leads. He has dropped the old Vox amplifier and now has a Marshall but still sticks to the old Fender Jaguar guitars! An amazing acid Jam for 8 minutes with some Hendrixy guitar followed with "A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death" by the West Coast Pop Art Experimental band. "I Got My Flash On You" and "I Want Some" close the great but short show. Catch the band if you get a chance, it is great fun.
Set List: Honeydripper, What a Burn, Disconnected, Drowning Man, Living a Dream, Double Six, Never Comin’ Back, Pandora, Caught in a Whirl, Money for Soul, Rollercoaster, A Child of a few hours is burning to Death, Got my Flash on You, I want Some
For more information you can visit the Baby Woodrose web site at: http://www.babywoodrose.com.
Reviewed by Scott Heller