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The German Projekt German Songs from the Twenties and Thirties

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Alabama Song; Bilbao Song; Johnny; Ich bin von Kop bis Fuss auf Liebe eingesfellt; Denn wie man sich bbettet so liegt man; Wenn ich mir was wunschwen durfte; Barbara Song; Seerauber Jenny; Song of a German Mother; Surabaya Johnny; Mackie Messer; Kinder; heut Abend da such ich mir was aus.

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Andrea Fultz: The German Projekt German Songs from the Twenties and Thirties

Read "The German Projekt German Songs from the Twenties and Thirties" reviewed by Andrew Velez

Since its origins in the turbulent 1920s-'30s, and with the occasional exception of a vocalist-cum-chanteuse like Ute Lemper, the authoritative renditions by Marlene Dietrich and Lotte Lenya have pretty much held title to this music, which might be called the Great German Songbook. Which makes it all the more impressive that Munich-born Andrea Fultz, who has ...


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