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Track Listing:

1
Brown: Singin 'In The Rain
2
Berlin: Cheek To Cheek
3
Porter: Just One Of Those Things
4
Jurmann: Though You're Not The First One
5
Link: These Foolish Things
6
Gordon: Love Thy Neighbour
7
Woods: Over My Shoulder
8
Churchill & Ronell: Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf
9
Kaper: All God's Chillun Got Rhythm
10
Weill: Youkali
11
Jurmann: Love Song of Tahiti
12
Weill: Moon Of Alabama
13
Marcuse & Reisfeld: My Little Green Cactus
14
Heymann: Tout Est Permis
15
Jurmann: Tomorrow Is Another Day
16
Andre: Dream A Little Dream Of Me
17
Jurmann: Cosi-Cosa
18
Sandberg: Oops! ... I Did It Again
19
Guendoghu: Sex Bomb
20
Humpe: One Can Not Kiss Alone
21
For Women, That's No Problem

Max Raabe with Palast Orchester :

Golden Age


MAX RAABE
& PALAST ORCHESTER

ANNOUNCE 2014 US TOUR
Six City Tour Supports New
Deutsche Grammophon Album
Golden Age

Available February 25, 2014

Berlin's famed crooner Max Raabe and his 12-piece Palast Orchester will bring their collection of meticulously recreated songs from the Weimar era of 1920s Germany as well as the Great American Songbook to six US cities beginning March 2, 2014 in Fairfax, VA and continuing to Carnegie Hall; Princeton, NJ; Kennett Square, PA; Atlanta, GA and finishing in Miami, FL on March 9, 2014. The tour will support their upcoming Feb. 25 release on Deutsche Grammophon, Golden Age, which draws from the era between the two world wars and features timeless classics like Singing in the Rain, Dream a Little Dream and Cheek to Cheek as well as tongue-in-cheek interpretations of pop favorites Sex Bomb and Oops...I Did it Again. 

For over a decade, audiences have been delighted by Max Raabe & Palast Orchester's unforgettable live performances. "Suffused with nostalgia yet played straight" (Time Out New York) the performers stroll onto the stage dressed in black-tie and perform the music of the Weimar era with vigor and class. Max Raabe is a born entertainer who introduces each tune by giving proper credit to the composers and period while keeping the audience rolling in the aisles with his signature deadpan humor. Playing "the most elegant kind of pop music" (San Francisco Chronicle) Max Raabe & Palast Orchester have already sold more than a million albums around the world. "Raabe & Co. disarm, charm with impeccable glamour… meticulously channels swinging interwar decadence into a contemporary thrill." (The Boston Globe)