The sold out Memorial concert on the tenth anniversary of the death of the Swabian regional hero Wolle Kriwanek can now be heard on this double CD. The rock procession starts with a lot of bagpipes ("Elegie"). Afterwards, the legacy of Kriwanek is indulged with many cult catchy tunes, often close to lane tusks ("Ufo"). The world of the ordinary citizen and his wishes is mirrored. "Easy Rider" tells the story of a bank clerk dreaming of a Harley Davidson. In "I fahr Daimler (PS-Walzer)" the arrogant Mercedes driver turns out to be the chauffeur. The band plays straight Rock'n'Roll, but also the "Morgenstund Blues" or the "Reggae di uf?" can hardly be escaped. You improvise and communicate extensively with the benevolent fan audience, create a lot of atmosphere, and that's good. After the original Wolle Kriwanek Band has been doing their own fusion thing under the name Vincent Rocks for a long time, it's nice to hear all this again. As a special treat, original Kriwanek guitarist and composer Paul Vincent had also appeared on many tracks.
Top track: I drive Daimler