Live at Roadburn – Eulogy for the Late Sixties

Livealbum der norwegischen Band Ulver

Live at Roadburn – Eulogy for the Late Sixties ist ein Livealbum der norwegischen Band Ulver. Es erschien am 12. April 2013 bei Roadburn Records.

Live at Roadburn – Eulogy for the Late Sixties
Livealbum von Ulver


12. April 2013


12. April 2012

Label(s) Roadburn Records


CD, LP, Download

Titel (Anzahl)




  • Trond Mjøen: Gitarre
  • Anders Møller: Percussion


Roadburn Festival, Tilburg

Childhood’s End
Live at Roadburn – Eulogy for the Late Sixties Messe I.X–VI.X

Entstehung und VeröffentlichungBearbeiten

Ulver nahmen im Herbst 2008 und Sommer 2011 in Oslo Coverversionen von Rock-Songs der späten 1960er Jahre auf, die im Mai 2012 schließlich auf dem Album Childhood’s End erscheinen sollten. Im April des Jahres waren Ulver beim Tilburger Roadburn Festival eingeladen, um ihre Interpretation des Psychedelic Rock live zu präsentieren. Genau ein Jahr später wurde ein Mitschnitt veröffentlicht. Er war von Anders Møller in den Osloer Crystal Canyon Studios abgemischt und von Jaime Gomez Arellano in den Londoner Orgone Studios gemastert worden.


  1. Bracelets of Fingers – 4:49
  2. In the Past – 3:03
  3. Can You Travel in the Dark Alone? – 5:00
  4. Soon There’ll Be Thunder – 2:27
  5. Today – 3:50
  6. Velvet Sunsets – 4:04
  7. Street Song – 5:57
  8. 66-5-4-3-2-1 – 3:48
  9. I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) – 3:27
  10. Magic Hollow – 5:17
  11. Impromptu Performance (Dedicated to Can) – 11:19


„I was placing a lot of faith in Ulver […], but ultimately I was to be disappointed. They were playing [a] set of 60s psyche covers – Chocolate Watch Band, the 13th Floor Elevators, the Electric Prunes etc – and while the band themselves had a pretty good stab at recreating the sounds of the time, the alchemical tools to make it something special seemed just out of frontman Kristoffer Rygg’s reach. Ulver’s restless reinvention is rarely less than compelling, so it was unusual to see their ambitions outstrip their ability.“

Jamie Thomson: The Quietus[1]

„There were no glacial reworkings and relatively little electronica, just a band cranking out versions of obscure sixties tunes that they clearly dig very much. […] Ulver were not the dark, mysterious shadowy figures of old, but a bunch of musicians having a good time in front of a crowd who clearly were not willing to accept them as such […]. In fact the only real criticism I have is that they really shouldn’t have bothered with their slightly tedious, unfocussed freak-out-style ‘jam’ encore […].“

Paul Robertson: The Sleeping Shaman[2]


  1. Jamie Thomson: LIVE REPORT: Roadburn Festival 2012,, abgerufen am 27. April 2013.
  2. Paul Robertson: Roadburn 2012 Day 1 Review,, abgerufen am 27. April 2013.