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John Watts - Live at Rockpalast 1982 (Remastered) (2014)

10-12-2014, 11:01
Music | Rock

John Watts - Live at Rockpalast 1982 (Remastered) (2014)

Artist: John Watts
Title Of Album: Live at Rockpalast 1982 (Remastered)
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Rock
Label: Repertoire Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 65:56
Total Size: 157 Mb

1. Watching You (4:26)
2. So Long (5:08)
3. Speaking A Different Language (4:34)
4. Room Service (4:03)
5. Lagonda Lifestyle (5:01)
6. I Know It Now (3:55)
7. Berlin (4:50)
8. Carousel (3:46)
9. One Voice (4:18)
10. Pretty Paracetamol (4:20)
11. Battalions Of Strangers (3:57)
12. Marliese (5:23)
13. Involuntary Movement (3:04)
14. Relax (5:39)
15. Wax Dolls (3:25)

The former frontman of British new wave band Fischer Z is perennially popular in continental Europe.John Watts split up Fischer-Z in summer of 1981.This performance from Cologne in 1982 is one of his first televised solo sets and includes solo and group material.He is accompanied on the show by Dave Purdye (bass & backing vocals)and Derek Ballard (drums & backing vocals) who backed him on his first solo album One More Twist.The set includes Fischer-Z anthems Marliese,So Long and Pretty Paracetemol.John Watts is now recording again as Fischer-Z and is once again active on the European gig circuit.He is also a talented multimedia performance artist,and last year performed a play at the Edinburgh Festival.The detailed liner notes include new quotes from John Watts.Expertly restored and remastered.Superb vision,outstanding sound.The best in the business! ROCKPALAST is a legendary live music TV show hosted in Germany by the WDR channel.It first broadcast in 1974 and has become a pan-European television institution.It has its own fan club and online forum,and in almost four decades, it has become a trademark of quality viewing and listening.

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