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Alex Behning - Hinterhofschuhe Aus New York (2014)

19-07-2014, 16:50
Music | Blues | Folk | Rock

Alex Behning - Hinterhofschuhe Aus New York (2014)

Artist: Alex Behning
Title Of Album: Hinterhofschuhe Aus New York
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Folk, Blues Rock
Label: Ufer Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 38:33
Total Size: 100 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Funf Finger Blues (2:52)
02. Hinterzimmerferngesprach (2:27)
03. Den Rest Zu Fub (2:39)
04. Zeit Steht Still (3:37)
05. Auf Dunnem Eis (6:31)
06. Desiree - Hinterhofschuhe Aus New York (2:57)
07. Vom Immer Ins Vielleicht (3:33)
08. Auf Und Davon (3:03)
09. Alles So Wie Immer Ungefahr (2:54)
10. Abfahrt Nach Liverpool (3:41)
11. Ich Denke Noch An Dich (4:14)

Online english translation:
During the Council of Constance, the city was on Lake Constance at the center of the Christian world events. Since then, the clock is ticking here where Seehas and Imperia say goodnight, increasingly slower. Between the streets of the Lower castle it seems sometimes even lock momentarily.

No wonder, then, that the had moved to Alex Behning, here is where the NY 11 West 4th Street is named Katz Alley, his old loves Bob Dylan and John Lee Hooker, blues and Americana, indulges. With quengelnder voice he sings on "backyard Shoes From New York," his German songs of blow, daily life, soul pain and life.

Despite the fixation on New York and America be Seerhein Delta blues sounds pleasant home. Of course Alex Behning is not Bob Dylan. This backyard shoes would be any too great. However Behning finds his own authentic interpretation, does not put on and that's what makes "backyard Shoes From New York" so enjoyable. He celebrates the provincial longing for the big wide world.

So inspired by "On Thin Ice" with pedal steel guitar and more brittle accompanied by drums and bass on Dylan's "Time Out Of Mind". Meet clearly grumpy at each other, "the rest on foot" rustic guitar playing and a morbid harmonica over a crushing rhythm. "My doctor puts his ear on my heart / He looks distraught and so confused / He says the black coach is already on the way / I join in the shoe lace up tightly / And do the rest on foot."

Behning always remains in motion. His lyrics show only short breaks from everyday life before the hike continues. In "From Always ins Maybe," he finally managed, in this blue-heavy environment rather unconsciously to sound like one of the most fervent German musical souls. At least when Janina Walters Accordion sets in, fanned the song Rio Reiser melancholy north wind. "From past / From one two / Trust is again divided / From Time to Maybe / Do not you / Say it is true we are about."

Thanks crowdfunding "backyard Shoes From New York" will now appear on a beautifully designed strictly limited vinyl edition. The investment is worthwhile in any case. ~~Review by Sven Kabelitz

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