Don Gi*, Dr. Gui, Guido Rath – Musikalische Seilschaften 1982-2017
|1||–Dr. Gui||Ech Säge Immer Gärn Öppis||0:08|
|2||–Jeunesse D'Orée||Fühlt Euch Frei||3:04|
|3||–Watten||Hugi Auf Dem Baum||2:18|
|4||–Frozen Popes||Dog In The Rain||3:28|
|5||–Felix (66)||The Most Serious Message I Ever Wrote (Live)||4:50|
|6||–The Plookers||Äs Chunnt (Plook Me Harder)||1:13|
|7||–M·Ø·P·P||The Silly Song (Live)||2:33|
|8||–Madukas I.*||Fake Radio Interview||0:27|
|9||–Madukas I.*||Trip Pop||3:16|
|10||–Geht Unter||Hoochie Coochie Man||4:06|
|11||–Sideshow Stephen||I'm A Failure (Live)||4:23|
|12||–Easy Target (2)||Il Giardino (New Mix)||4:28|
|13||–The Fake (3)||I Want You||3:42|
|14||–Gold (31)||Take Your Time||2:02|
|15||–The Plookers||The Magic Spell (Plooked Version)||4:13|
|16||–Madukas I.*||Rastaman Intruder||0:23|
|17||–Madukas II.*||The Way||5:19|
|19||–M·Ø·P·P||If It Was Just For A While (Live)||4:08|
|21||–Madukas II.*||Think Twice||3:46|
|22||–Watten||Pickel On My Face||2:23|
|23||–Gold (31)||The Baron Of Baltimore||2:09|
|24||–Felix (66)||Thank You For Drumming With Us, Guido (Live)||7:06|
Nr. [hand-written number] von 50
First edition of 50 copies, numbered on disc.
Free giveaway at Guido Rath’s remembrance event on 18 August 2017 in Berne, Switzerland.
Double folded color laser printer booklet in a used transparent plastic sleeve, with artist infos, line-ups and photos.
CD-R printed with inkjet printer, the color tint of individual copies may vary due to ink issues.
Uncredited technical notes:
Some tracks were mastered from low quality MP3 files as provided by the respective artists.
The actual tracks were recorded approximately between 1983 and 2015. Track 12, recorded in 2010, is a specially remixed version from August 2017.
Tracks 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 19 and 24 were previously unreleased. The other tracks were previously released on self-distributed cassettes, CD-Rs or CDs by the respective artists.
Track 24, “Thank You For Drumming With Us, Guido”, is actually a cover version of “Thank You For Talking To Me Africa” by Sly & The Family Stone.