Røde Mor Rock-Cirkus

Danish music/theater/art collective founded 1969 with the purpose of making "political, proletarian art". The collective counted musicians, actors, writers and visual artists. The group's recorded music was written for plays or cabarets. The division of the greater collective that worked with music was also called "Røde Mor Rockcircus". The line-up has changed over the years, from the 1971 debut album, over the most successful album "Hjemlig Hygge" in 1976, to the final "Sylvesters Drøm" in 1978. Singer and composer Troels Trier may be seen as the group's leading member. Among those also associated with Røde Mor are Leif Sylvester Petersen and Erik Clausen.
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Røde Mor - Betonhjertet album art Røde Mor Rock-Cirkus* Betonhjertet (Album) Demos, Demos Denmark 1975 Sell This Version
Røde Mor - Hjemlig Hygge album art Røde Mor Rock-Cirkus* Hjemlig Hygge (Album) Røde Mor Musikforlag 1976 Sell This Version
Røde Mor - Sylvesters Drøm album art Røde Mor Rock-Cirkus* Sylvesters Drøm (Album) Røde Mor Musikforlag, Røde Mor Musikforlag Denmark 1978 Sell This Version

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