Wolfram Berger / Christian Bakanic / Peter Rosmanith 'Vagabunden ... mit Heimweh' (A)
Wolfram Berger: voice
Christian Bakanic: accordion, keyboards
Peter Rosmanith: percussion, hang
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When Wolfram Berger sets out with his musician friends Christian Bakanic and Peter Rosmanith, you can definitely expect the unexpected, the unusual and the comical. Actor and cabaret artist Berger celebrates the art of seduction, namely getting involved in a special adventure: an adventure with music, literature and wit between melancholy and cheerfulness, between the thoughtful and the carefree, between the serious and the corny. His punchlines - sometimes on quiet soles and slyly - are unerring. Instead of seatbelts, openness and pleasure in dignified nonsense are the order of the day. There are no travel experiences of exotic postcard idylls told, but stories from the road through above- and underground soul undergrowth, amusing and serious perceptions of brilliant authors and pointed remarks from his own pen. For travel, like the soul, is a vast field. Resistant to adaptation and reign, Wolfram Berger develops very personal itineraries through the diverse realm of literature with stubbornness. He borrows from authors such as Erich Kästner, H.C.Artmann, Joe Berger, and Joachim Ringelnatz, and takes musical inspiration from Fabrizio de André, Paolo Conte, John Lennon, Sting, and Tom Waits.
Christian Bakanic and Peter Rosmanith provide the exquisite sound, inspired by the sounds of the world. By combining the complex spontaneity of jazz, the tempo-filled passion of tango nuevo, the disciplined moment of classical music with multi-layered traditions of European folk music, the accordionist Bakanic is predestined to draw the musical soundtrack to Wolfram Berger's travels together with the versatile Peter Rosmanith. For Rosmanith's world-spanning "percussion box" ranges from the African balaphone to the Arabian frame drum and the Indian tablas to the hang, and is additionally supplemented with everyday objects as the mood takes him - his hands elicit music