Comedy Harmonists - At The Well By The Gate / Morning Must Find Me Away From Here album FLAC
- Performer: Comedy Harmonists
- Title: At The Well By The Gate / Morning Must Find Me Away From Here
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: WAV ASF MP3 AC3 AUD MOD VQF
- Released: 1938
- Style: Vocal
- MP3 album: 1414 mb
- FLAC album: 1181 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 730
A new version of Last. Am Brunnen Vor Dem Tore (At the Well Before the Gate). Auf Wiederseh'n - 25 Vintage Tracks. 5 Dec 2013 · 25 tracks.
Away, Me Take to Coming They're") and the performer billed as "XIV NAPOLEON". Most of the label affixed to the B-side was a mirror image of the front label (as opposed to simply being spelled backward), including the letters in the "WB" shield logo. Only the label name, disclaimer, and record and recording master numbers were kept frontward. The flip or B-side of the single was recreated as well by Napoleon's Ghost "!AaaH-aH,yawA eM ekaT oT gnimoC er'yehT". Ray Stevens covered the song in 2012 for his nine-CD Encyclopedia of Recorded Comedy Music collection, complete with vocal speed changes, a drum beat, sirens, and a funny sped-up laugh. Butcher Babies covered the song on their EP Uncovered in 2014. Austen Tayshus covered the song on his 1988 album Whispering Joke and also as a single. The B-side (a reversed version) was recreated as well.
Auf Wiederseh'n - 25 Vintage Tracks. The Comedian Harmonists were an internationally famous, all-male German close harmony ensemble (5 singers and a pianist) that performed between 1927 and 1934 as one of the most successful musical groups in Europe before World War II. The group consisted of Harry Frommermann (tenor buffo), Ari Leschnikoff (first tenor), Erich Collin (second tenor), Roman Cycowski (baritone), Robert Biberti (bass), and Erwin Bootz (pianist).
Produced by Andreas Magnusson. I can see the end in sight as we pacify our itching ears Quickly we are trending light and absolving self of all eternal fears Until our conscious clears Hear this voice engage the fight as I pound my chest still knowing my end nears Still knowing my end nears
Once the Nazis had taken over the German government in January 1933, official pressure increased as well. In March 1935, the Nazi-created Reichskulturkammer permanently banned the three "non-Aryan" members, Collin, Frommermann, and Cycowski, from professionally performing or recording in Germany. The group split into two parts. Both formed new ensembles that tried to attach themselves to the former group's success
Comedian Harmonists tells the story of a famous, German male sextet, five vocals and piano, the "Comedian Harmonists", from the day they meet first in 1927 to the day in 1934, when they become banned by the upcoming Nazis, because three of them are Jewish. Written by Markus Mühlbauer 120. I hate to wake up because it takes me away from all the dreams I was having about you last night. 121. I must be the luckiest guy alive because every day I meet the girl who I say in my dreams the previous night. 122. I spent the night dreaming about you.
120. I hate to wake up because it takes me away from all the dreams I was having about you last night. 121. I must be the luckiest guy alive because every day I meet the girl who I say in my dreams the previous night. 122. I spent the night dreaming about you.
|A||At The Well By The Gate = Am Brunnen Vor Dem Tore|
|B||Morning Must Find Me Away From Here = Morgen Muss Ich Fort Von Hier|
- Piano – Erwin Bootz
Recorded on 13 Feb 1935 in Berlin.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): ORA 377-2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): ORA 378-2