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Droehnland Symphonie

Udo Lindenberg (ウド・リンデンベルク)

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2292.44112
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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Wea
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Europe
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CD

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Drohnland Symphonie is one of Udo Lindenberg's most ambitious albums, a conceptual piece that drops the Panik Orchestra off in the frozen wastes of Greenland with just a string section and some penguins for company -- and then sets the huskies on them. You can hear the dogs approaching throughout the opening Drohnland Ouverture, and it's almost a letdown when normal service is resumed on the following, sort-of-Stonesy Ole Pinguin. Almost. Drohnland Symphonie was considered something of a shocker on release, a step back from the musical and political volcanoes that earlier Lindenberg albums had danced around -- all the more so since the renunciation of his earlier, green-faced, witchy-hatted persona admitted an almost wholesome-looking young man, who probably wouldn't say boo to a polar bear. Repeated listens, however, revealed a musical maturity that, while scarcely a surprise, came as a relief nevertheless. Drohnland Symphonie is late-'70s rock at its best, a deliberate body-swerve away from the punk rock that earlier albums did so much to anticipate, and perhaps the first step on the road toward Lindenberg's eventual (and still vibrant) superstardom. And today, the album really doesn't seem so shocking after all. [This edition includes a bonus track.] ~ Dave Thompson, Rovi

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  • 01. Drohnland (ouverture)
  • 02. Ole Pinguin
  • 03. Hollenfahrt
  • 04. Lady Whisky
  • 05. Guten Tag, Ich Heisse Schmidt
  • 06. Na Und?!
  • 07. Bett - Maen
  • 08. Angelika
  • 09. Bis An's Ende Der Welt
  • 10. Svenska Flicka

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Udo Lindenberg

Udo Lindenberg is one of the most influential German rock singers of the '70s. Developing a unique straight rock style mixed with occasional jazzy or symphonic influences and witty lyrics, he was the first to show that rock music with German lyrics was possible and could even be successful.Starting off in the beginning of the '60s in several jazz bands, he came to Hamburg in 1968, where he met Ing

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