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Song Name: A Farewell to Arms
Date: 2010-04-11 12:48:35


2.  Review: Very cool. The whistle-part at the end is great!
Song Name: A Farewell to Arms
Date: 2009-05-03 04:27:18

 

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Berlin

http://www.reverbnation.com/thehazi...

Blues/Rock/Chanson/Ballads

About Us:
New album "The Plum Harvest Was Bad Last Year" will be out in May -- order now! The Hazi Bros. were born in Beautiful Ladies' Valley on river Szilva. While their fathers worked like slaves in the nearby palinka mines, their mothers wanted a better life for their children and taught them instruments and how to sing. The family travelled a lot from mine to mine and soon the brothers were playing music for their fathers' and their colleagues' parties. Word about the band spread and songs like "The Spirit of a Perfect Hobo Life", "Last Available Angel" and "Mariah" were echoing throughout the vast Slivovitz Mountains. The brothers mounted the "Culture To The People" campaign and brought it as far as to Beer Lake City, also known as Berlin.

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Most people considered mad by other people are perfectly healthy; healthy enough not to call the others mad. I got to point out we are not talking politicians, business managers, states nor armies -- vanities. We are not talking the Axis of Evil or other Grimmian fairytales in Bush renditions. We are talking You and Me. OK. Most people considered mad by other people are perfectly healthy. They set different priorities and values. And since they are a minority they are called mad by the majority. The difference is in thought. Still, the borderline to mental disease is an invisible one; you never know when you cross it. An example: philosophy until the 20th century (19th century: Fichte, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Marx, Nitzsche, Kirkegaard etc) is a perfect guide across the borderline. There's a line of perfectionism from ancient Greek philosophy's roots to the roots of existentialism. It helps to visualize a cocaine line: you start to sniff with Indo-Germanics Zeus and Tiuz, have a groovy time with Aristoteles, a rather boring snuff with Plato, some fun with Erasmus, and end up with Nietzsche in "Ecce Homo." And you didn't even have sex in between; Marx had all the fun. You can't even blame it to the French disease. You just sniffed your brain away. Everything's white. Or black; no colours. Perfect infinity: Death. You end up considering Death the aim of all perfectionism, and you are right: perfectionism killed more people than the Black Death, and it's got another major disadvantage: it's unbearably boring. Because the procedure is always the same: you start with one thought and enter a chain of thoughts according to the rules of perfectionism, and always end up with Death. Once you spiritualized the principle it goes automatically: no matter what you see, you see Death. Something else controls your thoughts: some variation of philosophy. Everything is Rwanda and Fascism, and you think it's great because Death and Destruction of Everything is the aim. You've crossed the border. Now it's your last chance to kiss philosophy good-bye. The latest song I wrote for the new CD is called "Diogenes." Diogenes of Sinope, who died 320 B.C., was said to have been looking for the perfect human. Poor guy. In the song his head gives birth to his imagination (just like Zeus' head gave birth to Athena). But the imagination, his perfect son, is facing a problem. The song is the imagination's story rather than Diogenes'. It's weird. When I played the song for my friend Sue Foy from Budapest (someone who's called "mad" by the majority sometimes) on Lake Balaton a few months ago, she listened and said, "Heiko, you are sick." And I knew it was good.


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2011-11-29 at 21:28:38
We'll be playing at the Milan Fair from Dec 3-12 at the Berlin/Brandenburg stand -- see you!
2011-01-23 at 19:57:41
Ja, ein Bier ist immer gut.Schreib mal bitte ein Mail an hofsteen1@hofsteen.de Stichwort: Bier in Berlin
2011-01-22 at 21:15:06
Hi, liebe Gruesse aus Koenigs Wusterhausen. Scoen Euch hier zu treffen und zu Hoeren. Tolle Musik...vielleicht kann man sich ja mal in Berlin auf ein Bier treffen? Welcome by IMRadio, great songs with nice Vocals! Kind Regards...Rainer
2009-11-18 at 08:56:12
Grüsse aus Mannheim! Gefällt mir Motzer
2009-10-28 at 10:19:55
TELL EVERY ONE ABOUT IMRadio -- Got to thinking. What if each of us independent musicians told our family, friends, fans and acquaintances about IMRadio.com, how besides the main station, it has stations for each of the states individually, 52 countries, and just about every musical genre -- reaching any internet connection around the world. We could tell them in person, on the internet or at small or large venues. Anyone we tell would appreciate the convenience of such good music from independent musicians on their computer. It would be such a good way to help all of us reach even more listeners. With IMRadio, we aren't just waiting at the mercy of some major label to decide whether or not they will let us be heard around the world. There are enough of us that the outreach could be exponential. And, wouldn't it be a great way to say 'thank you' to Paddy and all of the other fine folks who have put IMRadio.com on the world's musical map. They have put in money, time, energy and dedication, and all they have asked of us in return is to upload our music and profile. I am sure that they have great plans to publicize IMRadio and bring it to even more listeners. In the meantime, through, wouldn't it be great if we could all help a little by just taking a little time each day to tell family, friends, fans and acquaintances about IMRadio. It wouldn't cost a dime, just a little time. Yours, in Musical Solidarity, Paul.
2009-03-17 at 16:12:25
We dig hearing your songs in IMRadio's daily rotation! Thanks for supporting our new radio station! Peace, Veronica
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