Review: Gry & FM Einheit – Public Recording

Gry & FM Einheit – Public Recording is one of the lesser known electro swing albums that got overlooked by fans of jazz music and the public in general. The album has super loud swinging jazz production set a loud volume which makes the album very lively. Rocket, Coctailsm, Ray, Ego, and Summer Wine are the highlights of the album.

Rocket explained singer Gry’s mission for a little sun.

It was a cold grey afternoon. Gry is on a mission for a little sun. She raced with cars, the bike, and the train only to come cold back again. Through pockets. Under beds in the closet. In the fridge everywhere and over all in it. Then suddenly the stars fell down one by one and undressed the big blue room. Her oneway to escape out through the horizontal verticalling movements in the blue sky. Boom, boom. Rocket to the moon.

Gry returned from the jungle with a glass full of stars. She got sunshine in her pockets. She brought it back to spray the day and a fist full of glow. She has traveled thoughts. She traveled light. She traveled in/with time. On a cold grey afternoon, she caught a spot of the sun of the moon.

Summer Wine was the song which featured Alexander Hacke who was the bassist of German industrial band Einstürzende Neubauten. The song is about Alexander Hacke and Gry having a date over delicious tasty wine. The song is an Alexander Hacke and Gry duet.

Alexander Hacke walked into town on silver spurs that jingle too. Gry saw his silver spurs and said, “Let’s pass some time and I will give to you summer wine.” Gry’s summer wine is really made from all these things. Strawberry, cherries, and an angel kissing spring. Her summer wine is really made from all these things. She tells him, “Take off your silver spurs and help me pass the time and I shall give to you summer wine.”

His eyes grew heavy and his lips would not speak. He tried to get up but he couldn’t find his feet. She reassured him with an unfamiliar line when she gave to him more summer wine. When Alexander woke up, the sun was shinning in his eyes. His silver spurs were gone. His head felt twice it size. She took his silver spurs-the dollar and the dime. And left him craving for summer wine.

I rate this album 4/5****!

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