Biography by Eugene Chadbourne. This artist was born Franz Pressler in Vienna, Austria, where he spent most of his life and may have acquired the stage name of Fatty George with the help of double servings of apple strudel and goulash. Live at Gartenbaukino 1978.
Tune 1/4 is a duo with Fatty George and Oscar Klein (on guitar). Tune 2/4 is a duo with Fatty George and Hans Van Der Sys. Recorded No. 1977 at MPS Studio, Villingen. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society: GEMA.
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Rock 'n' roll was fighting for its life in 1978. In addition to the usual pop and R&B songs battling for listeners' ears, both punk and disco were making strong cases for rock's irrelevance. With so many of the music's key artists approaching 40 (whatever happened to that whole "Hope I die before I get old" mentality?), it seemed like way too many of them were banking on their past glories to get through this latest onslaught. So it was up to the new generation to keep kicking and screaming.
Fatty George Crew, Live 1970-71. FATTY GEORGE (1927-1982) born in Wien (Austria), clarinettist Joe Zawinul has played in Fatty George's group at the end of the 50's Biography in german: Fatty George lernte ab 1942 Altsaxophon, bevor er auf die Klarinette wechselte, die er am Konservatorium und an der Musikakademie Wien studierte; stilistisch war er zunächst durch Benny Goodman beeinflusst, bevor er zu.
Binray live at Gartenbaukino, Vienna, Austria, 7 February 2004. These are the meta information of this upload: Type: Live. 6 played it. Listen to all music and sounds of Humorless Productions and follow this user by signing in for free.
Ross is a 1978 studio album/compilation released by American singer Diana Ross on the Motown label. The album was a mixture of older tunes Ross recorded and newer recordings, side A consisting of four tracks recorded in 1978 and Side B of material recorded between the years 1971 and 1975, but remixed and/or extended by Motown in-house producer Russ Terrana specifically for the Ross album. Ross peaked at on the US Pop Albums chart, and on Black Albums