It is only five and a half years ago, Sturgill Simpson made his debut on Danish ground as a formidable hillbilly in the pump casing.

on Tuesday, he was back in Copenhagen, and suddenly felt the Sunday in the autumn of 2014 light-years away.

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Countrysangeren from Kentucky has reinvented itself as apocalyptic boogiebæst, and he tried to hide in Store Vega.

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He put a promise out to play the whole radically rip-roaring ’Sound & Fury’, that of the Extra Magazine was awarded as the album of the year in the last year.

In cahoots with an otherwise quite funky trio managed Simpson, however, not to match the red-hot intensity, and it became something of a static examination, where one well could feel, it was turnépremiere.

41-year-old Simpson is a powerful singer and songwriter, but someone mesterguitarist he is not, and musically lacked the intense songs from ’the Sound & the Fury’ a boost in the relatively long and quite pent up versions.

the More vivid were the numbers not that the man showed up without the light show or other tricks that might be able to have life a little up in the rabalderet. To Netflix, he has after all created a captivating anime, there really is a visual bombardment, which strengthens the plate.

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the Strip had dressed the concert film was never, but the Vegas local lysmand slipped after half an hour and came back at the end of the entire two hours and fifteen minutes long set. That was not tampered by a lamp.

The only Simpson leflede for was its relentlessness, but after having planed ’Sound & Fury’ of questionable jamsession he threw himself over the country and soul from its back catalogue, and it was more immersive, even though the repertoire was often trynet with the ensemble’s newfound, raw rocksound.

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the Drummer Miles Miller delivered a great effort and hit a great groove on ’It Ain’t All Flowers’, while the monstrous versions of ’Brace for Impact (Live a Little)’ and especially the final ’Call to Arms’, which, indeed, were beaten together with ’The Motivator’ by T. Rex, almost put the chamber down.

The biggest applause was given, however, the Simpsons, the traditional interpretation of the ’In’d Have to Be Crazy’, as Willie Nelson has immortalized. For a moment it reminded almost of the unforgettable evening in the pump casing.



Remember to Breathe

Sing Along

A Good Look

Make Art, Not Friends

the Best Clockmaker on Mars

All Said and Done

Last Man Standing

Mercury in Retrograde

Fastest Horse in Town

The Promise

Brace for Impact (Live a Little)

Welcome to Earth (Pollywog)

It Ain’t All Flowers

the Breakers Roar

I’d Have to Be Crazy

Some Days

Turtles All the Way Down

Keep It Between the Lines

You Don ‘t Miss Your Water

Call to Arms/The Motivator