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I must have been a phylloxera in a former life, sings the man who, at first glance, you wouldn't believe had ever been intoxicated in this life! On closer inspection, however, you notice the mischievous, rascal-like quality that flashes out of his bright blue eyes and signals: "I've got more than you think! And he really does, this Max Müller, known from the TV series "Rosenheim Cops" as the lovable policeman Michi Mohr! On his new album "Tierisch!" he encounters his own weaknesses and imperfections "in animal garb", so to speak, singing and speaking. Whether in the razor-sharp everyday observations of Joachim Ringelnatz, in the bestial bel canto of Gioacchino Rossini, in the famously animal-friendly Viennese songs of Georg Kreisler, or deep down in the water, where even the fish sing their songs in Christian Morgenstern's songs - everywhere you will meet lots of good acquaintances! Hits of the 30s and 40s like "Die süßesten Früchte", "Wenn ich mit meinem Dackel...", "So ein Regenwurm hat's gut", "In der Bar zum Krokodil" and "Am Amazonas" are represented as well as poems by Morgenstern and Busch. From Gelsen, die keine Pension zahlen, to Schubert's "Forelle" and Mozart's "Papageno", the palette of this ravishingly enjoyable album ranges. Müller's artistic range matches his musical curiosity, diversity and expressiveness. "Tierisch!" is already the third release by the artist Max Müller on the Solo Musica label.
I must have been a phylloxera in a former life, sings the man who, at first glance, you wouldn't believe had ever been intoxicated in this life! On closer inspection, however, you notice the mischievous, rascal-like quality that flashes out of his bright blue eyes and signals: "I've got more than you think! And he really does, this Max Müller, known from the TV series "Rosenheim Cops" as the lovable policeman Michi Mohr! On his new album "Tierisch!" he encounters his own weaknesses and imperfections "in animal garb", so to speak, singing and speaking. Whether in the razor-sharp everyday observations of Joachim Ringelnatz, in the bestial bel canto of Gioacchino Rossini, in the famously animal-friendly Viennese songs of Georg Kreisler, or deep down in the water, where even the fish sing their songs in Christian Morgenstern's songs - everywhere you will meet lots of good acquaintances! Hits of the 30s and 40s like "Die süßesten Früchte", "Wenn ich mit meinem Dackel...", "So ein Regenwurm hat's gut", "In der Bar zum Krokodil" and "Am Amazonas" are represented as well as poems by Morgenstern and Busch. From Gelsen, die keine Pension zahlen, to Schubert's "Forelle" and Mozart's "Papageno", the palette of this ravishingly enjoyable album ranges. Müller's artistic range matches his musical curiosity, diversity and expressiveness. "Tierisch!" is already the third release by the artist Max Müller on the Solo Musica label.
4260123642402

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Format: CD
Label: Solo Musica
Rel. Date: 09/02/2022
UPC: 4260123642402

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I must have been a phylloxera in a former life, sings the man who, at first glance, you wouldn't believe had ever been intoxicated in this life! On closer inspection, however, you notice the mischievous, rascal-like quality that flashes out of his bright blue eyes and signals: "I've got more than you think! And he really does, this Max Müller, known from the TV series "Rosenheim Cops" as the lovable policeman Michi Mohr! On his new album "Tierisch!" he encounters his own weaknesses and imperfections "in animal garb", so to speak, singing and speaking. Whether in the razor-sharp everyday observations of Joachim Ringelnatz, in the bestial bel canto of Gioacchino Rossini, in the famously animal-friendly Viennese songs of Georg Kreisler, or deep down in the water, where even the fish sing their songs in Christian Morgenstern's songs - everywhere you will meet lots of good acquaintances! Hits of the 30s and 40s like "Die süßesten Früchte", "Wenn ich mit meinem Dackel...", "So ein Regenwurm hat's gut", "In der Bar zum Krokodil" and "Am Amazonas" are represented as well as poems by Morgenstern and Busch. From Gelsen, die keine Pension zahlen, to Schubert's "Forelle" and Mozart's "Papageno", the palette of this ravishingly enjoyable album ranges. Müller's artistic range matches his musical curiosity, diversity and expressiveness. "Tierisch!" is already the third release by the artist Max Müller on the Solo Musica label.
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