Daniel Malheur MonokelPop at it's Best/ Die Susi Blast Das Saxophon! in DigiPack
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Die Susi bläst das Saxophon:
Visit the New York of Europe with its countless Dance-halls, revue theatres, cabarets and entertainment establishments! A night in stale, smoky air, surrounded by beautiful erotic dancers in a dizzy, promiscuous atmosphere. The White Mouse offers half masks to the truly wicked, the Haller-Revue lures the "Tiller Girls", in Heaven And Hell you see "25 naked pictures from the life of the Marquis de Sade" and at the cocktail bar of the Kakadu the ravishing young barmaids of West Berlin. Joyfully drinking gentlemen, who are second to none, will certainly find connections at Cosy Corner or in the Moustache-Hall, while the garcons in the "intimate meeting place for the ladies" - the Café Dorian Gray - meet (Wednesdays: sadomasochism night). Opposite the scale Vaudeville Theatre is the local Eldorado. Here the Berlin high society runs beside artists, writers and adventurous, foreign tourists - "International Business! Interesting nights! "Wealthy burglars meet in the somewhat uncouth but always extremely friendly atmosphere of the Blue Garter. Real gangsters, pickpockets, pimps and alley cats prefer a visit to Sing Sing. If you feel like opium and coca, you will always be well served in the Charles Hall as well as in the Adonis-Hall. As a final recommendation, you have a visit to the local Nelson Little Night Revue! There, a certain Friedrich Holländer touched poultry in a unique way ...
In his new program The incredible songbook of Charles T. Goodhill Malheur goes on the trail of the british jazz musician and composers Charles T. Goodhill, the bandleader in the famous HIMMEL & HÖLLE. In this entertainment establishment in the decadent West Berlin - opposite the Memorial Church - Goodhill celebrates with his orchestra in the time of the worldwide Depression of the Weimar Republic great success before he died under unexplained circumstances in Berlin in april 1932. It is said he was the head of a secret cult. Night after night he had loaded a willing audience in a hidden back room of the establishment in order to discourage black masses and to beguile his followers with his music. Goohill was in occult circles known as a master of the so-called "heavy music" with its lyrics of the dark side of the soul, the evil in general and Satan theme in particular.
Together with the Go For Wacken Orchestra Malheur goes back to the roots of the so called HeavyMetalMusicEntertainment ... and make the best of a bad game!
The Go For Wacken Orchestra:
Vocals: Daniel Malheur
Piano: Dirk Bewig (Doors of Perception)
Violin: Agata Pontius
Drums: Stoppel Eggert (Selig / James Last)