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Franz Bilik - Pfui Teufel, Mir Graust... download mp3 album
Performer:
Franz Bilik
Album:
Pfui Teufel, Mir Graust...
Style:
Ballad, Swing, Soul-Jazz, Political
Released:
1973
FLAC vers. size:
1833 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1124 mb
WMA vers. size:
1817 mb
Other formats
TTA VOC MIDI APE AA DTS VQF
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
208

Pfui Teufel, Mir Graust. Music By, Lyrics By – F. Bilik. Performer, Vocals, Guitar, Violin, Arranged By, Lyrics By – Franz Bilik. Photography By – Fred Lauzensky. Piano – Humbert Augustynowicz.

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Fünfmalhunderttausend Teufel Kamen einstens in die Welt. Aber all' die armen Teufel Hatten keinen Heller Geld. Alle fingen an zu winseln, Alle fingen an zu schrei'n; Keiner von den armen Pinseln Wußte weder als noch ein. Satanas, der alte Teufel, Lachte sich fast lahm und krumm, "Gott im Himmel, diese Teufel Sind doch wirklich gar zu dumm. Alle kratzten sich die Ohren, Jeder ist ganz desperat. Jemine, wir sind verloren, Weiß denn Niemand guten Rath?"

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Pfui Teufel, Mir Graust
Music By, Lyrics By – F. Bilik*
A2 Zeitschriftenannoncen
Music By, Lyrics By – F. Bilik*
A3 Dornbacher Hetz
Lyrics By – F. Bilik*Music By – F. Bilik*, Joh. Schrammel*
A4 Legts Mich
Lyrics By – F. Bilik*, Unger*Music By – F. Bilik*, Wanek
A5 Laß Di Umbaun Auf A Pflanzen
Lyrics By – F. Bilik*Music By – F. Bilik*, Joh. Schrammel*
B1 Algenlied
Music By, Lyrics By – F. Bilik*
B2 Husch In Die Gruabn
Adapted By – F. Bilik*Lyrics By – F. Bilik*Written-By – Traditional
B3 Vorgebetet - Nachgeleiert
Music By, Lyrics By – F. Bilik*
B4 Was Menschenhände Alles Können
Music By, Lyrics By – A. Krakauer*, F. Bilik*
B5 Ur-Ballawatschata
Lyrics By – F. Bilik*Music By – One Family

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Peter Kölbl
  • Backing Band – Classic Swing Company
  • Bass – Bernhard Gottlieb
  • Choir – Wiener Swingspatzen
  • Drums – Horst Bichler
  • Engineer [Tontechnik] – Herbert Gießer*
  • Guitar – Gerd Bienert
  • Performer [Franz Biliks Brogessivschrammeln], Vocals [Sprechgesang], Guitar [2. Gitarre], Violin [Letzte Geige], Arranged By, Lyrics By – Franz Bilik
  • Photography By – Fred Lauzensky
  • Piano – Humbert Augustynowicz
  • Producer – Evelyn Hruby
  • Vibraphone – Christian Zahn

Notes

Aufgenommen im letzten Quartal 1972

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): FB-1973 A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): FB-1973 B3