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Monday, 04.06.2012, 20:20
oh what a night...
G. Rag y Los Hermanos
Patchekos (DE)
The Numbers: 13 years, 6 albums, more than 150 shows.
The Fame: Film scores for «Muenchen 7» and «Meer is nich».
The Genre: Caribbean Trash Folk.
Como tu te sientes, amiga y amigo?  Good, bad or demented? No matter, we've got just the right remedy for you and its heading towards our shores on the mothership called «Cojones Largos Gracias A Dio». Or actually, G. Rag y los Hermanos Patchekos. It's been setting sail under the magistral command of skipper G. Rag since 1999, sailing treacherous waters, navigating headwinds and fighting hurricanes allthewhile happily recording disc after disc during all it's embarkments.

Now check out the size of this barco and it's current cargo: The Numbers: 13 years, 6 albums, more than 150 shows. The Fame:  Film scores for «Muenchen 7» and «Meer is nich». The Genre: Caribbean Trash Folk. In a Nutshell:  Artistically individual and economically loco. The Crew: Senor G. Rag (Vocals, guitar, harmonica), Zelig (Drums), Karate Joey (Bass, vocals), Jose The Black Rider (Guitar, vocals, slide guitar, harmonica, accordion), DJ Ernesto (Vocals, guitar, percussion), Monsieur Philippe (Accordion), Die Sau (Trumpet, fluegelhorn, trombone, melodica), Glupperl (Trumpet, fluegelhorn, melodica), Glapperl (Trumpet, fluegelhorn,) Stofferl (Percussion), The Doc (Percussion, steeldrum), Toni Triola (Clarinet, melodica), Monsieur Uebi (Accordeon). The Sound:  Nobsle, Ollie, Tobster. The Writer:  Hagen Keller/Tale of Years.The Alumni: Nicoletta D. (Clarinet). The Direction: Leeway, straight towards us and docking on 'The Last Island Left', soundswept and famous for harboring all ships big or small, famous or obscure, seaworthy or leaking.

Sailor, drop your anchor on the 4th at our bar and premises to watch this ship come in, tie yourself a Love Knot*, and then later answer the question:«Como tu te sientes?»
 * In the old days, a love-sick sailor might send the object of his desire a length of fishline, loosely tied in a true-lovers knot. If the knot was sent back as it came the relationship was static. If the knot returned tightly drawn the passion was reciprocated. But if the knot was capsized - tacit advice to ship out.

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