Lucia Heiberg Rosenberg has some of the same artistic
qualities as another Danish singer, the multi-Award winning
Julie Berthelsen. Gifted by the same talent,
charm and beauty and first of all, down-to-the ground mentality.
gave a free concert at Bakken on this first
Summer day of 2004 in front of an entusiasticly applauding
audience, who knew all the songs by heart.
The omni-present Morten Woods backed her on
acoustic guitar, - he almost reaches the level of Aske
Jacoby, concerning the quality of his guitar playing.
I believe that we can expect much good stuff from him in the
future. The bass player, Gustaf Ljungreen, is
known from several other bands, playing a.o. for C.V.
Jørgensen and Randi Laubek. Sara,
the percoussionist, is pretty new for me, but I think I've
seen her as an actress as well.
Maria Lucia was unexpectaly relaxed for an artist
making her début on the Danish stages this year. She
often smiled and took her time to tell small intro stories
prior to each song.
We got seven of the album's eleven songs in acoustic versions
compared to the electric versions on the debut album.
Afterwards some of the fans gathered back stage to get autographs,
and I had a brief talk with Maria and her musicians.
01. Taking Back My Heart
03. Everybody's Got A Story
04. Wasn't He Something
05. Should I Lie
06. I Don't Know
07. Something Worth Leaving Behind
- - Encore - -
08. Taking Back My Heart (Reprise)
Maria Lucia: vo
Morten Woods: ac.g, back-up.vo
Gustaf Ljungreen: b, ac.g
Sara Indrio: perc, ac.g, back-up vo
by Eric Klitgaard © 2004
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