Ht Vi Qu Hng (1982, DE/VN, new wave) 
Sunday, October 16, 2011, 04:38 PM - Music, - DE, - VN, English
Ht Vi Qu Hng was a one time project of Holger Hiller and Walter Thielsch (both: Palais Schaumburg) with three Vietnamese refugees singing traditional songs.
Walter Thielsch died January 13th 2011 at age 60 in Hamburg.



Side one:
1 Ht Vi Qu Hng [3:12]

Side two:
1 Saigon ep Lăm [2:16]
2 Trng Cm [3:23]

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Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls - Live Paradiso, Amsterdam NL, 1981-03-05 
Thursday, June 2, 2011, 10:11 PM - Music, - UK, English


http://noiseaddiction.blogspot.com/, who has many live recordings of bands around 1980, asked who owned the recordings of this concert.
Me! Who else?
I never published them before because the quality is not so good (crappy basf cassette).



Here they finally are:
1 Screaming in the darkness [3:31]
2 Searching for heaven [2:54]
3 Time slipping [3:43]
4 Dream sequence [3:13]
5 Two shots left [3:25]
6 When will we learn / Mr. X [7:37]
7 Animal crazy [2:53]

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A short ride with the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. 
Sunday, April 10, 2011, 11:57 PM - Personal



Birds 2 
Monday, January 24, 2011, 07:59 PM - Personal

filmed with gopro hd hero 960

A Regular Life 
Friday, January 21, 2011, 07:55 PM - Personal

filmed with gopro hd hero 960

Amsterdam, dec 2010 
Saturday, January 1, 2011, 04:36 PM - Personal

filmed with gopro hd hero 960 from tram line 7

Gershon Kingsley - Much Silence 
Thursday, March 18, 2010, 01:31 AM - Music, - US, English
After a very long time, finally a real music upload again. I do it more or less to get some attention (at least I hope getting it) for my new travelers site. See the banner on the right, look at the cute creatures, can you resist clicking on them?

About the share:
This is not the happy and cheerful sound Kingsley made in cooperation with Jean-Jacques Perrey. On this record just slow piano pieces or, as he calls it, electronic New Age music. If you listen very carefully, you can sometimes hear bits of Popcorn, although in a much slower tempo.
Not For Sale, as the back cover states.



Side one:
1 Illumination [5:17]
2 Beyond destiny [5:36]
3 Quiet descent [6:59]
4 Infinitude [5:07]

Side two:
1 Eternal moment [5:56]
2 Rim of vision [5:30]
3 Much silence [3:37]
4 Reconciliation [4:34]

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