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Genre: Rock/Rhythm'n'Blues/Blues. Released: 2014-03-19


A dedication to rhythm & blues, soul music, blues and country music. The album even features a few rock ballads and a twist of gospel.


Black vinyl style CD issued in an exclusive 6-panel 2-fold DigiPak with 16-pages booklet. Shrink-wrapped.


Track List:

  1. Shake That Rhythm
  2. Keep on Truckin'
  3. Wheeling and Dealing
  4. People Get Ready
  5. River Café
  6. Don't Call Home
  7. If I Had a Dollar
  8. For What It's Worth
  9. King of The Blues
  10. Hook Line and Sinker
  11. Alligator Eyes
  12. Burn My Bridges


Total duration: 00:52:16


Frank Lauridsen (lead vocal)

Allan Bo Larsen (guitar)

Jakob Olsne (guitar)

Frede Christensen (drums)

René Vork (bass)

Casper Ludvigsen (bass)

Lasse Storgaard (keys)

Rune Harder Olesen (percussion)

Ole Bendix (pedal steel guitar)

Steen Svare Hansen (slide guitar)


Backing vocals:

Allan  Mortensen, Ivan Pedersen, Lone Selmer, Lars DK Nielsen, Veronica Mortensen, Niels H.P., Cecilie Lemke


Recorded at Soundscape Studio, Copenhagen

except #4 and 7 recorded at JB Studio, Hillerød

Additional overdubs recorded at Sund Sound Recording Studio, Fredensborg


Mix: Lars H. Nissen

Mastering: Jørgen Knub


Label: Giant Sheep Music


Listen on Spotify HERE

Frank Lauridsen - How It Feels To Be Frank (CD)

SKU: GSM0032
kr150.00 Regular Price
kr100.00Sale Price
  • Frank Lauridsen is considered by many as one of Denmark's greatest singers ever, and his energetic, powerful and authentic voice has often been called a hybrid between Steve Winwood and Ray Charles.


    How it feels to be Frank’ is dedicated to rhythm & blues, soul music, blues and country music, and even includes a few rock ballads and a twist of gospel.


    The album has been almost 10 years in the making and features 2 borrowed and 10 original songs by Frank Lauridsen and friends. Frank mixes new and old songs, including a new, updated version of Curtis Mayfield's hit 'People Get Ready'.


    Frank Lauridsen's career dates back to the early sixties, however this is his first-ever solo album (and sadly also the last), which includes good friends such as Lone Selmer, Ivan Pedersen and Allan Mortensen providing super strong backing vocals.

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