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St. James Infirmary Blues

Leo Solmer, French jazz musician, kindly gave the permission to add my vocals:

with Louis Armstrong:

I always liked to play (and sing) the St. James Infirmary Blues, on the version below I was supported by a blues harp player from Hamburg and a bass player from Zurich: 28 more words



once I wrote for amazon:
“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” With this Nietzsche quote Ludwig van Beethoven would certainly be brought precisely to the point. 1,106 more words


Raindrops keep falling on my head

I tried to sing Burt Bacharach’s famous film-music:

I like Laura’s ironic comment “Umbrellas are for sissies – inconvenient to carry, blow inside out and poke passers-by. 53 more words


Interacting with others beats counting stats

I read an interesting article by blogger Frank from Ohio
“on the blogging community”:
One thought-provoking thesis there:
“Interacting with others beats counting stats…” 24 more words


Song About My Father

Fossil60 from Australia inspired me to write lyrics for his music with the title WHO’S YOUR DADDY?
my lyrics: Who was my Daddy? I’ll tell you all :// He was a baker brought bread rolls every morning… 143 more words


Homo sapiens - oeconomicus - faber - ludens

Philosophy tried to make a precise definition of the human being: homo sapiens, homo oeconomicus, homo faber, homo ludens – for me the last definition was the most important all my life. 16 more words


After Ferguson And Charleston

After Ferguson and Charleston I put my focus on black music as a reaction. I’ve searched on YouTube trying to find Kendrick Lamar (To pimp a butterfly) and Tupac, Marvin Gaye (What’s going on) and James Brown (The Payback), D’Angelo (Black Messiah) and J. 27 more words