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Georg Danzer – Jetzt oder nie (1982)

19-05-2014, 22:56
Music | Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Georg Danzer – Jetzt oder nie (1982)

Artist: Georg Danzer
Title Of Album: Jetzt oder nie
Year Of Release: 1982
Label: Polydor 810063-2
Genre: Folk Rock
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 80 MB | 246 MB
Total Time: 43:49
Website: Discogs

01. ... und immer und immer (hab i Di gern) 0:58
02. Zukunft 5:50
03. Nur a klana Bua im Winter 2:56
04. Auf und davon 4:56
05. N.E.I.N. (Du bist nicht allein!) 2:26
06. Jetzt oder nie 5:08
07. Zärtlichkeit 6:36
08. Nur a Stückl Himmel 3:58
09. Die Bürgerwehr 4:47
10. Ihr habt die Macht 3:28
11. Gib ma die Kraft (I möcht Di gern ham) 3:06

Georg Danzer: guitars, vocals
Michael Gechter: guitar, violin
Earl Bostic: bass
Bär Wieland: piano, Fender, Prophet 5, Arp omni, Minimoog
Frank Lüdecke: sax, flute
Olav Gustaffson: drums

Booklet scans with lyrics. But even if you don't understand the lyrics, you hear excellent musicians and interesting arrangements.

From Wikipedia:
Danzer was successful as a solo artist, but also in the group Austria3, along with Wolfgang Ambros and Rainhard Fendrich. Besides his music, he translated two books from Spanish into German, and was strongly involved in highlighting social inequalities, opposing racism and any form of societal discrimination, and the lifestyle of the bourgeoisie for all his life. Danzer was romantic, funny, socially engaged - and often a misfit. Having been a strong smoker for decades, he abstained from smoking after being diagnosed with lung cancer, but nevertheless died from the disease. His legacy includes some 400 songs.

Biography from Allmusic:
Georg Danzer reigned for decades among Austria's most popular and influential singers/songwriters, exploring subjects both personal and political via the mordant wit that underscores the collective Viennese consciousness.
Born in Vienna on October 7, 1946, Danzer began studying guitar at age 13. The 1967 release of the Beatles' landmark Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band inspired him to begin writing original material, and a year later he issued his debut solo single, "Vera." While Danzer's early records sold poorly, he was deeply respected by his fellow musicians, who eagerly covered his songs. By the end of the decade, he was a pivotal figure in the German-language liedermacher ("song-maker") movement and would later be recognized as a founder of what was eventually dubbed Austro-pop. During the early '70s Danzer led the Madcaps, scoring a series of cult hits including "John Wayne," before resuming his solo career with the classic 1974 LP Der Tätowierer und die Mondprinzessin. Breakthrough singles including "Jö Schau," "Wixer-Blues," "War das Etwa Haschish?," and most notably the modern standard "Morgenrot" not only vaulted the singer to superstar status but also earned the enmity of broadcast standards and practices, resulting in a string of radio bans and boycotts that served only to elevate his profile even higher. At the end of the decade Danzer settled in Germany, and his popularity back home suffered as a result. While filming a music video in Spain in 1984, he was critically injured in a motorcycle accident, and a year later longtime label Polydor terminated his contract. Upon returning to Vienna in 1992, Danzer enjoyed a commercial and creative renaissance. A lifelong smoker, he died from lung cancer in St. Pölten, Austria, on June 21, 2007.

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