Somebody Stole My Gal - Palast Orchester With Its Singer Max Raabe* - Music, Maestro, Please!

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  1. Doulabar Reply
    With his Palast Orchester, German singer/bandleader Max Raabe conjures up the sound and image of another time, specifically the German dance-band era of the s. HEUTE NACHT ODER NIE captures Raabe and company in concert in New York City, and over the course of its two discs, he delivers a period-perfect mix of early (pre-swing) jazz, pop.
  2. Gozuru Reply
    "Max Raabe & Palast Orchester MTV Unplugged" is currently number 2 in the official German album charts! And thus 6 weeks running in the Top10! On our YouTube-channel we have published three parts of a 30 minute documentation about our MTV.
  3. Nikorr Reply
    Raabe and the Palast Orchester had a hit with his original, Schlager-styled song "Kein Schwein ruft mich an" ("Nobody ever calls me", almost literal translation: "No sow calls me"), a pop song in s style. In addition to covers of vintage music, Raabe writes original songs and music, including film music.
  4. Kazracage Reply
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  5. Mushakar Reply
    Max Raabe has written many songs in a Twenties and Thirties style, but does not look down on covering songs such as Super Trouper by Abba, Tainted Love by Soft Cell or even Angel by Shaggy. Max Raabe was born in in Lünen, Westphalia, and was christened Matthias Otto. He went to the big city of Berlin in and has not left since.
  6. Dajind Reply
    Leader of the Palast Orchester, Max Raabe was known for his loyalty to a style long past -- that of dance and film music of the s and '30s. With Palast Orchester, Max Raabe-- born in Lünen, Germany -- created his own style within that.
  7. Arashizil Reply
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