Aus der Wunderwelt singt David Byron



Was kann man als Sänger nur schreiben, am besten Kopfhörer auf und mitsingen versuchen. Wenn es dann klappt auf der Musikanlage klingen lassen.

The clarity & cleanity of the voice is miraculous.


„Dreams, dreams I’ll never keep

My body rests but my mind created

Far beyond the thoughts of which we speak“


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Money – Pink Floyd

Money, get away
Get a good job with good pay and you’re okay
Money, it’s a gas
Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash
New car, caviar, four star daydream
Think I’ll buy me a football team
Money, get back
I’m all right Jack keep your hands off of my stack
Money, it’s a hit
Don’t give me that do goody good bullshit
I’m in the high-fidelity first class traveling set
And I think I need a Lear jet
Money, it’s a crime
Share it fairly but don’t take a slice of my pie
Money, so they say
Is the root of all evil today
But if you ask for a raise it’s no surprise that they’re
Giving none away, away, away
Songwriter: Roger Waters

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Disco & Rock and Roll 72

Der letzte Titel war immer eine Wertschätzung und besonders Gary Glitters

Rock and Roll Part 2

Alice Cooper darf nicht fehlen

Hawkwind mit Lemmy und der Silvermachine out of the glittering Universe

Please forgiven Easy Livin` with Uriah Heep from their Demons and Wizards

The Magician’s Birthday zweites Album in 1972 Master of Voices Byron and Hensley

und für immer und ewig

immer bleiben die Drehungen der Konfusion

Iommy, Osbourne, Ward, Buttler from Birmingham UK





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Trump regiert mit der wahsinnigen FED


Nach knapp zwei Jahren Regierung bereitet Trump die Wähler auf weiteres vor.

This man has become cool.

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Schon um den Block?


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„After the Crash“ Episode 3

Power Shift

In 2008 when the financial systems of the world’s richest countries crashed, others did not. Asian nations, especially China, bounced back quickly from the crisis, and were able to capitalise on their financial power to build up their reputation as global players.

Professor Ian Goldin looks at how this has led to a shift in power from West to East, the ripples of which can be seen in everything from the founding of the G20, to Chinese foreign investment in Africa, to a rise in confidence in developing countries. With this massive change in world power still underway, should we be worried or excited?

Professor Goldin hears from guests including Amnesty International secretary general Kumi Naidoo, head of the IMF Christine Lagarde, professor of public policy at the National University of Singapore Kishore Mahbubani, and former World Bank managing director and finance minister of Nigeria Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.



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Blinder Passagier bitte?

Das eine Auge traurig, das ander voller Neugier auf das Leben mit vielen Abenteuern.

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8. Oktober 2018 · 18:07

Part Time Heroes

Please Angels Fly to the Sound of Love

„2008 saw the duo release their debut album, Meanwhile, earning them global critical acclaim, and radio rotation from Zane Lowe, Mr Scruff, Ras Kwame, and Benji B, amongst others. Indeed, Gilles Peterson became the duo’s number one champion, inviting them to record a live session at Maida Vale Studios.

The Part Time Heroes sound has often been compared to scene defining stalwarts like Koop, Zero 7 and Portishead, and Meanwhile continued that legacy, pushing forward with a uniquely refreshingly, wholesome and honest style, complete with live instrumentation, deep jazz roots, folky flourishes and organic, soul nourishing goodness.

So it was then time to take it to the next level. The Heroes pulled more favours, twisted more arms, and enlisted a selection of the music scenes finest producers to give their own interpretation of the Heroes music.

Southampton beat juggler Featurecast gives Method his own b-boy bounce; Bristols finest, Unforscene, get deep and epic with Angels Fly; Boom Clap Bachelors and our very own Scrimshire both re-work the beautiful Sun Will Shine; and on the dance floor tip, Compost’s Marbert Rocel and UK production don Landslide turn In My Soul and Realise respectively into a pair of big club bangers! And as if that wasnt enough, the Heroes themselves deliver cracking remixes of Ready For Change, Shadowlands and a monstrous drum & bass version of Stop, Fade, Blur!!!!“


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After the Crash Episode 1 of 5

BBC World Service The Compass

Eine fünfteilige britsche Serie zu den Zusammenhängen der Finanz- und Geldverfassungen.

1. Teil Authority and Trust

In 2008 the world financial system had a heart attack. Gripped by panic, banks stopped lending, cash ran out and the world came to the edge of a financial precipice. As millions of people lost their jobs and as the shock that started in Wall Street reverberated around the world, the crisis led to a collapse of the Greek, Spanish, Icelandic and other economies.

Professor Ian Goldin looks at the origins of the crash and he examines how it affected our trust in authorities and experts. He travels to New York to talk to some of the world’s leading academics including Joseph Stiglitz, Jeffrey Sachs and Adam Tooze and he hears from a former Lehman Brothers employee about the final days of the troubled business whose collapse led to the financial crisis.

Presenter: Ian Goldin
Producer: Ben Carter

(Photo: Two employees of Christie’s auction house manoeuvre the Lehman Brothers corporate logo in London
Credit: Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

2. Teil Austerity and Consequences

Did Governments’ handling of the 2008 financial crisis – when some chose to implement austerity and some didn’t – make things better or worse? Ian Goldin, professor of Globalisation and Development at Oxford University, visits Illinois in the US to find out how people were affected by the collapse in the housing market. He also talks to Christine Lagarde – the head of the International Monetary Fund – about how austerity measures were implemented in Europe. And Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the former Minister of Finance in Nigeria, talks about how the crisis was felt in Africa.

Presenter: Ian Goldin
Producer: Ben Carter

(Photo: Child with banner, Credit: Getty Images)

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Gegen den Global Compact 2018

Stopp dem Sklaventum!


Deutschland muß die Verteilung von 246 Millionen Flüchtlingen zur Bereicherung der 1% Supersuper und 5% Super Reichen stoppen und verhindern, daß die Bundesrepublik Deutschland unterschreibt.




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