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Darsteller: Fritz Schulz-Reichel & His Orchestra
Titel: In A London Pub
Land: Germany
Genre: Jazz
Stil:Easy Listening
Freigegeben: 1969
Katalognummer: 184 204
Etikett: Polydor
MP3-Albumgröße: 1234 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2318 mb


1Danny Boy / A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
2Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner / Goodbye / Auld Lang Syne
3Any Old Iron / Loch Lomond / Don't Tilly Dally / Knees Up Mother Brown
4I Belong To Glasgow / When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
5Crusing Down The River / Bless 'Em All
6There's A Long, Long Trail A-Winding / For Me And My Gal / Underneath The Arches / Show Me The Way To Go Home
7We'll Meet Again / All Though The Night
8My Old Man's A Dustman / Keep The Home Fires Burning / Bird In A Gilded Cage / If Those Lips Could Only Speak / The Lambeth Walk
9The White Cliffs Of Dover / Goodbye Dollie Gray / It's A Long Way To Tipperary / Pack Up Your Troubles


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
184 204, 184204Crazy Otto Crazy Otto In London ‎(LP)Polydor, Polydor184 204, 184204UK1969
RLP 49918Crazy Otto Crazy Otto In London ‎(LP)Rainbow RLP 49918New Zealand1969
184.204, 184204Fritz Schulz-Reichel In A London Pub ‎(LP)Polydor, Polydor184.204, 184204Canada1969
MIM18309Crazy Otto Crazy Otto In London ‎(LP)PolydorMIM18309UK1969
2418 027Crazy Otto In A London Pub ‎(LP)Polydor2418 027UKUnknown


  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): ℗ 1969 B9 ◊Z ̺ 00 184204 S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): ℗ 1969 B9 ◊Z ̺ 00 184204 S2
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Fritz Schulz-Reichel July 4, 1912 February 14, 1990 was a German jazz and pop pianist. Schulz-Reichel's father was a classical musician, and he began playing piano at the age of six. He developed an unusual technique where he played the melody of a tune with the left hand and the rhythm with the right hand. While he trained to be a concert pianist, he chose a career in pop music, playing light jazz and pop tunes. He invented a device called the Tipsy Wire Box, which could be attached to a piano to. Genre: Jazz Album: In A London Pub Country: Germany Released: 1969 Style: Easy Listening MP3 version RAR size: 1212 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1202 mb WMA version RAR size: 1289 mb Rating: 4. 6 Votes: 999 Other Formats: DXD MMF WMA WAV DXD MIDI AC3. The White Troubles. Crazy Otto Fritz Schulz-Reichel Crazy Otto. MIM-1-8309 Crazy Otto. Crazy Otto In London LP. In A London Pub LP. Crazy Otto In London LP, RE. Polydor, Polydor Rainbow Polydor, Polydor Polydor. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Fritz Schulz-Reichel & His Orchestra. Album: In A London Pub. Style: Easy Listening. Released: 1969. Country: Germany. Crazy Otto. MIM-1-8309. Listen to music from Fritz Schulz-Reichel. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fritz Schulz-Reichel. He also was a member of the German all-star orchestra from 1948 the Amiga Star Band II. Since the 1960s Schulz-Reichel got several releases on Polydor with spotlight on styles such as Easy Listening, Bar-Music and Ragtime. He was an artist of international regard and his very special personal style made him one of the leading artists for Entertainment music. More Less. Вебсайты . I Can't Give You Anything But Love - Fritz Schulz-Reichel Crazy Otto. Fritz Schulz-Reichel: German jazz and pop pianist. In The Mood, Piano choo, Strassenbahn-Idyll и другие песни. German jazz and pop pianist. слушайте с пользой. Fritz Schulz-Reichel скачать бесплатно mp3 песни: Beautiful Ohio, Answer me ,my love, Don't fance me in, In The Mood, Over the rainbow - Again, Flamingo, 1969, , Midnight In Moscow, Poor People Of Paris, Calcut, Shine, You Belong To My Heart - O Sole Mio, The Nearness Of You, 1969, Pepe, Desafinado, Anema E Cuore. This incident led to the discovery of his half-Jewish origin and resulted in banning his orchestra from performing or recording. In 1935, Kok, although very popular in Germany, fled to England, survived the war and later lived in Switzerland. When he left Germany, he handed the baton over