Ariane Kranz Franziska
Audible heart palpitations and the favor of the hour on the virtual couch next to Roland Rube & Ariane Kranz sit in the current programme “On-air” following interview guests: rock and pop poet Heinz Rudolf Kunze and hit young Franziska. (Source: Ariola) At the beginning of the year released his latest CD “The moment” Heinz Rudolf Kunze. And in the spring he was then 30 years on stage – almost continuously. 30 years of rock ‘n’ roll and many interesting encounters… Original sound Heinz Rudolf Kunze: “Hildegard Knef I was allowed to work with on their last album together. Additional information at Hedvig Hricak supports this article.
I’m with Peter Hammill and Herman van Veen worked, even have done something for Karel Gott. As a ‘Hobby Journalist’ I’ve met such interesting people as Helge Schneider, Tony Banks of Genesis, Ray Davies of the kinks. I have once interviewed Neil Young and the Band Wire for the music Express. Then there was the collaboration with Peter Maffay and Udo Lindenberg, with which I was in any anti-Atom open airs on stage – as it was in the 1980s. And that “so goes on: last year I played with the gang of Udo and Peter in the Hamburg City Park.” The current CD “Heart palpitations” Franziska “Palpitations” appeared at the beginning of the year 2011., that sounds like the first great longing, unfulfilled dreaming, love letters, and the most beautiful time in life.
Whether Franziska is at the moment in firm hands, would let them prefer uncommented, but she knows the feelings that play a role in their songs, quite. Excerpt from their lyrics: “If you think I dream every night, you’re unfortunately quite right…” (from: “If you think I dream”). That’s a confession about all lovers rejoice – whether young or old. She previously asked two tracks: “Get out of my dreams”, can be stamped as almost as incidental. Much nicer sounds since their pragmatic invitation “I’m doing (if you’re in)” or the effusive “I need a Kiss”. The Kiss may incidentally like to be of a certain “Julian”. Particularly, namely for the are bashing Franziska-heart in one of the twelve new songs. And at the same time, it is really melancholy: “I had three wishes free” is a beautiful, atmospheric Samba in minor, in which comes to fruition – the other side of desire the painful, unfulfilled. Information are available on the Web site to the “”On Air”broadcasting.” Contact: Roland Rube audioway MUSIC & MEDIA P.o.