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Houseparty
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HousepartyVier Jungs. Ein Van. Das Roadtripmixtape auf Dauerschleife und Sprit genug um entweder zum nächsten Wasserplatz oder zum nächsten Gig zu kommen. Pizza und Bier auf dem Rücksitz, Sonne auf der Windschutzscheibe. Und überall Musik: Indie-Surf-Sound, der mal entspannt, mal punkig, aber immer emotional durch die Luft schwingt. (Fast salzige Luft, ob Meer, ob Schweiß ist irrelevant - ECHT´s Komm her ich küss den Tropfen weg, probier ihn ob er salzig schmeckt mal anders interpretiert). Every Woman, every Man, join the Caravan of Free Time, Fun and Friendship (=Love) at a Houseparty Concert.

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Caravan - The 35th Anniversary Concert - Disc 1...
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'Caravan live im 'Bloomsbury Theatre' in London am 30. November 2003. Neben Bands wie Pink Floyd, der ersten Genesis-Variante mit Leadsänger Peter Gabriel oder Yes war die Formation Caravan in den...

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Caravan - The 35th Anniversary Concert - Disc 2...
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'Caravan live im 'Bloomsbury Theatre' in London am 30. November 2003. Neben Bands wie Pink Floyd, der ersten Genesis-Variante mit Leadsänger Peter Gabriel oder Yes war die Formation Caravan in den...

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KAI STRAUSS & THE ELECTRIC BLUES ALL STARS mit ...
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Bio Kai Strauss & The Electric Blues Allstars Kai Strauss zählt zum kleinen Kreis europäischer Bluesmusiker, denen auch amerikanische Kollegen und Kritiker einen authentischen Stil attestieren. Musikalisch aufgewachsen in Deutschlands Blueshochburg Osnabrück, erspielte sich Strauss in den zurückliegenden 25 Jahren einen festen Platz in den Herzen der Bluesgemeinde. ?Schon als Teenager war ich von der Musik von Buddy Guy, B.B. King oder Jimmie Vaughan infiziert.?, sagt der Gitarrist und Sänger, der laut Aussage des Fachmagazins Bluesnews mittlerweile in der europäischen Szene als einer der großen Namen gilt. Vier deutsche Blues Awards (u.a. Bester Gitarrist 2018, Beste Band 2016), TV- Auftritte, Musikmagazincover sowie Konzerte in über 20 Ländern sind bemerkenswerte Eckdaten in Strauss? Karriere. Guter Blues wird genährt durch persönliche Erfahrungen und Leidenschaft. Entscheidende Qualitäten von Kai Strauss, der seinem Instrument die Geschichten entlockt, die das Leben schreibt. ?Strauss spielt mit tiefem musikalischem Verständnis und fügt instinktiv die richtigen Noten und Soli zusammen. Er zeigt den Killerinstinkt, den die alten Meister wie Magic Sam hatten.? urteilt Großbritanniens Blueslegende Otis Grand über das aktuelle 2019er Album ?Live In Concert?.Auf der Bühne ?überzeugt der sympathische Westfale mit sehr viel Ausstrahlung, hat ein gutes Gespür für die Stimmung im Publikum und weiß sie an den richtigen Stellen zum Überkochen zu bringen.? schreibt Rheinpfalz.de, während das Nachrichtenportal eurojournalist.eu sich nicht zurückhält Strauss den Titel ?Deutschlands Blues-Gitarrist der Stunde.? zu geben. Und wie B.B. King sagt auf einer seiner besten Live-Aufnahmen, so gilt dieser Anspruch auch für Kai Strauss und seine international besetzte Band: ?Wir werden unser Bestes geben, um Sie heute Abend zu bewegen ? wenn Sie Blues mögen, denke ich, können wir das.? REFERENZEN: KAI STRAUSS:?spielte reguläre Auftritte mit: Memo Gonzalez & The Bluescasters (Gründer/Mitglied für 15 Jahre), Tony Vega, Lurrie Bell, Jimmy Johnson, Mike Wheeler, Tommy Harris, Tony Vega, Matthew Skoller, R&B Caravan, Dede Priest, Big Daddy Wilson, Keith Dunn, Big Pete, Boyd Small, Angela Brown, Shawn Pittman, Johnny Moeller (Fabulous Thunderbirds), Sydney Youngblood, Big Dave, Kelly Rucker, Gregor Hilden, Deitra Farr, Fay Victor, Josh Fulero (Curtis Salgado Band), Christina Jaccard, Doug Jay, Big Bones, Knock Out Greg & Blue Weather, Chris Rannenberg, Guitar Crusher, Ludwig Seuss, Till Hoheneder (Till & Obel), The Matchbox Blues Band, Greg Barrett and more?war auf der Bühne mit: Carey Bell, Sugar Ray Norcia, ?Monster? Mike Welch, Darrell Nulisch, Johnny Rawls, Duke Robillard, Alan Haynes, Alex Schulz, Larry Garner & Band, Rick Estrin, Rusty Zinn, David Barrett, Felix Reyes, The Nighthawks, Robert Lucas, Lee McBee, Dave Specter, Sugar Ray Rayford, Paul Orta, Hash Brown, The Otis Grand Band, Sax Gordon, Jim Suhler, Robin Banks, Tad Robinson, Sugar Blue, Christian Dozzler, B.B. & The Blues Shacks, Steve Baker, Joe Filisko, Toscho Todorovic, Sebel, Martelle, Ali Neander,Thomas Blug, Sissi Perlinger, Al Jones, Peter Schneider, Peter Kern and more?spielte auf diesen internationalen Festivals: Freiburg Blues & Roots Festival (Germany), Unna Blues Festival (Germany); Moulin Blues Festival (Ospel, The Netherlands); Int. Blues Festival Wespelaar (Belgium); Blues Estafette Utrecht (The Netherlands); Nottoden Blues Festival (Norway); Blues an Zee Festival (NL), Int. Jazzlight Festival Lünen (Germany); Jazz Festival Eindhoven (The Netherlands); Cahors Blues Festival (France); New Orleans Jazz Festival Wendelstein (Germany); Breminale Blues Festival (Germany); Lehrte Blues Festival (Germany), Int. Blues Festival Dresden (Germany); Jazz & Blues Festival Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands); Lucerne Blues Sessions (Switzerland); Nuit de Blues Charleroi (Belgium); Bla Festival Aalborg (DK); National Blues Festival Burnley (GB); Blues On The Farm (GB); Blues En Retz Pornic (F); European Breeze (GR); Poggio Picenze In Blues (I) and more? spielte in diesen Ländern:USA, Großbritannien, Niederlande, Belgien, Norwegen, Schweden, Österreich, Schweiz, Polen, Dänemark, Griechenland, Frankreich, Spanien, Luxemburg, Italien, Türkei, Ungarn, Finnland, Slowenien

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Comrades 'n' Jazz
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Onstage at the annual Jazz Fest in New Orleans, Victor, the bandleader of the Hearts & Souls, gave the signal for the opening number. The dream about a celebratory concert he and his buddies had been waiting for more than forty years had become a reality. During the Cold War, all but one of the seven medical students and jazz musicians defected to the West. There, in freedom and prosperity, they continued their love for the Great American Songbook. After the drummer gave the eight-bar introduction to 'Caravan' by Duke Ellington, a chill went up the spine of the seven Comrades 'n' Jazz. The melody, the most memorable piece from their old repertoire, had always been their signature tune. During their earlier showbiz career in Romania, foreign music had been marred by strict censorship, which they had successfully circumvented by 'Russianizing' the titles of the songs and the names of the American composers. Victor mixed showbiz and medicine lucratively back then, by making a pact with a musically ignorant party hack in charge of their artistic activities on campus. The zealot supervised the dance band rehearsals and public appearances without having a clue as to what kind of music they were actually performing. For years, he remained convinced that the Hearts & Souls paid tribute to the communist dogma. Alas, toward the end of their medical school, the band was exposed for what it really was: a Jazz Band. The party leaders cancelled all future shows on campus, and threatened with further retaliation. But the jazz-loving band members continued their stealth love for the Great American Songbook by joining similarly minded musicians in the professional world of showbiz, far away from the college censors. Local impresarios adopted the seven medical students with open arms, offering them the best venues in the country. Victor and his buddies joined the Music Bourse-Bucharest's freelance musicians market. Its members held secret rallies in public parks or secluded beer gardens, giving birth to an ardent desire to defect to the West, by hook or by crook. The Hungarian Uprising in the late fifties gave the Hearts & Souls' pianist the first opportunity to defect to Austria, through the minefields. A couple of years later, fed up with the tyranny, the bass player and the guitarist took off to Istanbul in a makeshift raft, floating perilously on the Black Sea. Then the trombone played packed his bags and left for Israel, along with tens of thousands of Jews emigrating from the Soviet bloc. The Hearts & Souls' existence came to an end when the clarinetist swam across the Danube River to Serbia, walking all the way to Italy. Not wanting to risk his life, Victor chose to marry a visiting Polish recording star, and was heading to Warsaw. In Victor's last moment on Romanian soil, his old nemesis showed up at the airport, demanding a halt to his departure. Inside an interrogation room, a violent confrontation ensued, and the famous bandleader and freshly-graduated physician escaped from detention. Over four decades have passed since then. The Evil Soviet Empire became a sad chapter in modern history, together with the Iron Curtain. The Comrades 'n' Jazz were now free to play the Great American Songbook's music to their hearts' content. Victor organized a grandiose reunion of the seven brothers-in-arms. Where in the whole world would such a celebration be more appropriate than in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.10.2020
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Tibetskoe Evangelie
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On the market in the southern city boy named Issa meets merchants. Merchants with a caravan traveling to Asia. They take with them on a long journey the boy: a boy wants to see distant countries. Two millennia later, in the frosty taiga of Siberia, Irkutsk, man lives. He is old, has passed the Afghan war. Doctors told him that he would live long. So he decides to make a last pilgrimage to the lake childhood - to his beloved Lake Baikal. Shortly before leaving the house the old man went to an organ concert. Music that played a young organist, turned his soul. Already gathered in the street, standing in front of the mirror, he sees the old man did not Vasiliy, and barefoot young man in an old cloak, with a knapsack on his shoulders ... What will happen to Issa and Vasiliy on their long journey? What incredible experiences and adventures await them? The snowy peaks of the Himalayas, the Indian mother of the Beasts, battles and betrayals, secret tears and great love ... What is the price people pay for in order to reach the World? The basis of the novel Elena hook laid known since the end of the XIX century apocryphal story about the journey of a young Jesus in Asia - in India, the Himalayas and Tibet ...

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Comrades 'n' Jazz
8,40 € *
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Onstage at the annual Jazz Fest in New Orleans, Victor, the bandleader of the Hearts & Souls, gave the signal for the opening number. The dream about a celebratory concert he and his buddies had been waiting for more than forty years had become a reality. During the Cold War, all but one of the seven medical students and jazz musicians defected to the West. There, in freedom and prosperity, they continued their love for the Great American Songbook. After the drummer gave the eight-bar introduction to 'Caravan' by Duke Ellington, a chill went up the spine of the seven Comrades 'n' Jazz. The melody, the most memorable piece from their old repertoire, had always been their signature tune. During their earlier showbiz career in Romania, foreign music had been marred by strict censorship, which they had successfully circumvented by 'Russianizing' the titles of the songs and the names of the American composers. Victor mixed showbiz and medicine lucratively back then, by making a pact with a musically ignorant party hack in charge of their artistic activities on campus. The zealot supervised the dance band rehearsals and public appearances without having a clue as to what kind of music they were actually performing. For years, he remained convinced that the Hearts & Souls paid tribute to the communist dogma. Alas, toward the end of their medical school, the band was exposed for what it really was: a Jazz Band. The party leaders cancelled all future shows on campus, and threatened with further retaliation. But the jazz-loving band members continued their stealth love for the Great American Songbook by joining similarly minded musicians in the professional world of showbiz, far away from the college censors. Local impresarios adopted the seven medical students with open arms, offering them the best venues in the country. Victor and his buddies joined the Music Bourse-Bucharest's freelance musicians market. Its members held secret rallies in public parks or secluded beer gardens, giving birth to an ardent desire to defect to the West, by hook or by crook. The Hungarian Uprising in the late fifties gave the Hearts & Souls' pianist the first opportunity to defect to Austria, through the minefields. A couple of years later, fed up with the tyranny, the bass player and the guitarist took off to Istanbul in a makeshift raft, floating perilously on the Black Sea. Then the trombone played packed his bags and left for Israel, along with tens of thousands of Jews emigrating from the Soviet bloc. The Hearts & Souls' existence came to an end when the clarinetist swam across the Danube River to Serbia, walking all the way to Italy. Not wanting to risk his life, Victor chose to marry a visiting Polish recording star, and was heading to Warsaw. In Victor's last moment on Romanian soil, his old nemesis showed up at the airport, demanding a halt to his departure. Inside an interrogation room, a violent confrontation ensued, and the famous bandleader and freshly-graduated physician escaped from detention. Over four decades have passed since then. The Evil Soviet Empire became a sad chapter in modern history, together with the Iron Curtain. The Comrades 'n' Jazz were now free to play the Great American Songbook's music to their hearts' content. Victor organized a grandiose reunion of the seven brothers-in-arms. Where in the whole world would such a celebration be more appropriate than in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz?

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.10.2020
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Tibetskoe Evangelie
3,99 € *
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On the market in the southern city boy named Issa meets merchants. Merchants with a caravan traveling to Asia. They take with them on a long journey the boy: a boy wants to see distant countries. Two millennia later, in the frosty taiga of Siberia, Irkutsk, man lives. He is old, has passed the Afghan war. Doctors told him that he would live long. So he decides to make a last pilgrimage to the lake childhood - to his beloved Lake Baikal. Shortly before leaving the house the old man went to an organ concert. Music that played a young organist, turned his soul. Already gathered in the street, standing in front of the mirror, he sees the old man did not Vasiliy, and barefoot young man in an old cloak, with a knapsack on his shoulders ... What will happen to Issa and Vasiliy on their long journey? What incredible experiences and adventures await them? The snowy peaks of the Himalayas, the Indian mother of the Beasts, battles and betrayals, secret tears and great love ... What is the price people pay for in order to reach the World? The basis of the novel Elena hook laid known since the end of the XIX century apocryphal story about the journey of a young Jesus in Asia - in India, the Himalayas and Tibet ...

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.10.2020
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