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Anders Eljas

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“I sing about what I like pop, pop songs, hymns, jazz and even children’s songs, in fact. Robert Rimberg has much experience in this field. The genre is, I don’t care.” And so, musical versatility is Trump on “Eingeliebt- Ausgeliebt”. High-quality pop, pop songs, swing numbers, emotionally intense ballads and chansons make the phonogram as colourful as the bulging life. Lyrically it is about capturing personal reality, stories of everyday life, which may be also already something frivolous and also moving emotion, as in the ballad “Father, let me go”, their feelings on the death of her beloved father describes the first and foremost. “If you listen closely, you hear that this song my voice slightly tilts”, says Tim. “The song touched me from the outset very and also when singing up the tears came.

The sensitive string arrangements of my life partner Anders Eljas contribute the rest to the incredible emotional appeal of this great ballad.” There really is no single weak songs on the album. All songs have their own personal touch, stimulate a smile, Captivate and touch. All imaginable feeling moments resonate in the songs. It starts with the first single, the title song “Eingeliebt- Ausgeliebt”, devoted to failed relationships with a lot of humor and zundendem puns. “Got him missioniert cultivated when perfected man, but no sooner had I it a really loved, you from loved him I just”. Stupid ran, but it happens all the time. “Come to bed” also has a humorous frivolous note, because sex is no taboo but a fancy theme for Wenche Myhre. “It is basically still a shame, limiting his life through so-called social constraints.

I know many people, which are almost expire by aging depression. This isn’t for me in question. I’m always positive and take every chance. “Come to bed” knows no detours. “It says just out: so is life, come in the box”. And anyway, straight men play a major role in Wenckes contemplation of the world. Especially the jazzy, swinging song “Man, man, man, man…” looks at men and their quirks with bittersweet irony: “Oh man, man, man, man, man is important do Man, man, man, man, nothing precedes seemingly without them”.

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