Daisy Door ‎– Du Lebst In Deiner Welt

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Ariola ‎– 61 548
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A1 Komm Und Wir Sind Frei
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
3:15
A2 Überall Such Ich Nach Dir
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
3:10
A3 Der Name Ist Schall Und Rauch (Bleib Doch Bei Mir)
Written-By – Behrle*, Bellotte*
2:30
A4 Finde Die Liebe Mit Mir
Written-By – Francropolus*, Scharfenberger*
2:13
A5 Denk Laut!
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
3:00
A6 Jesahel (Hesekiel)
Written-By – Francropolus*, Fossati*, Prudente*
3:01
B1 Du Lebst In Deiner Welt
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
3:05
B2 Denn Ich Liebe Die Welt
Written-By – Moroder*, Kunze*
3:57
B3 Liebe Ist Leben
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
2:48
B4 Love Boy
Written-By – Francropolus*, Svoboda*
2:38
B5 Vergiss Mich, Wenn Du Kannst
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
2:15
B6 Jacky The Top
Written-By – Francropolus*, Thomas*
3:25

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Club-Sonderauflage
Recorded at the Union Studios Munich 21.-26.3.72

Published by Arabella Musikverlag, except "Überall Such Ich Nach Dir" and "Liebe Ist Leben" by Ring Musikverlag, "Vergiss Mich, Wenn Du Kannst" by Hanseatic Musikverlag and "Jacky The Top" by Ogermann Musikverlag"

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  • Rights Society: GEMA

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poecker

poecker

November 13, 2011

This album is the result of crossing schlager music with LSD infused jazz funk. Music by the great Peter Thomas, genius of german b-movie film music, text mostly by his wife. And the texts are out of this world, literally, multiple-layered meanings talking about drug-induced ideas... but you've got to have a good understanding of the german language to get this. The single "Komm und wir sind frei" (Come with me, we're going to be free) was a hit in Germany, but the music and text probably rendered it a novelty item. So the album is quite rare, and interestingly, though I keep watching for copies of this, I have never found a "regular" pressing - only the "book club" pressing detailed here ever turns up.