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Rhen - Wein - Sonnenschein (Potpourri) - Various - Happy German Drinking Music (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Tacage
    Aug 13,  · If you see Trocken on a label, that means it's dry. (This is true even if there's also a Spätlese on the bottle—that term refers to ripeness, and the Trocken is the final word on dryness.). Halbtrocken is off-dry: perfect for that Thai or Indian dinner. If you see Selection on the bottle, that wine will be dry (and sourced from a single vineyard) while a wine labeled Classic is off-dry.
  • Nebei
    Drinking songs: Material Type: Music: Document Type: Sound Recording: All Authors / Contributors: Ford Porter Collection. OCLC Number: Notes: Forms part of Ford Porter Collection. Program notes by Lee Palmer on slipcase. Performer(s): Performed by various artists; with chorus and instrumental ensemble; sung in German. Event notes.
  • Mikarn
    Stream German Drinking Songs: Die Bleibtreu Sänger Und Ein Stimmungsorchester by Die Bleibtreu Sänger und ein Stimmungsorchester and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members.5/5(2).
  • Kajigar
    Sep 29,  · There were about 5 songs that just were sung over and over every 2 seconds, but they never got annoying. We loved them every single time. This was our first night I .
  • Volabar
    This CD contains about 50 minutes of quite spirited German drinking and merrymaking music. It is presented by a mixed chorus accompanied by an excellent oom-pah band. Since the 39 songs are mostly short--around a minute or so in length--the production sounds like an extended medley/5(3).
  • Akigar
    *Comes with a 20 page booklet. *The tracklisting on the rear cover doesn't correspond to the vinyl tracklisting. Song title of track B6 "Ich tu, was ich will" mentioned in booklet only (on label/on other releases: "Die Strasse ist nass").
  • Tojin
    Various ‎– Weihnachten Label: Bild Music ‎– , Polystar (3) ‎– , Warner Special Marketing ‎–
  • Gardataxe
    The Atlantic LP Wein, Women and Song features Wein in fine form; his friendly sounding vocals are rather soft and mellow, with a bit of vibrato on the end of nearly every phrase, though the trumpet solos by either Ruby Braff (trading licks with tenor saxophonist Sammy Margolis on a superb treatment of "You're Lucky to Me") or Bobby Hackett (with fine muted backgrounds on the melancholy "I'm .

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