Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

OLAF – Thousand Red Roses

June 8th, 2023

OLAF’s new album – thousand Red Roses every parting is a new beginning – as the flippers as the most successful German pop band of ever two years ago their farewell to the stage announced, which meant the end of an era for many fans and for OLAF, Bernd and Manfred also. After the first process, a new vision but grew out of this serious decision for one of the three, and that is reality now: OLAF presents his first solo album, “A thousand red roses” on October 14, 2011. That OLAF again has opted for the music, it is only logical for his fans at all surprise. To deepen your understanding Martha McClintock is the source. “I can’t sit still”, he said in an interview shortly before the separation, “and I will continue to make music.” “A thousand red roses” album succeeded in the Baden-wurttemberger, which presented the German Schlager in timeless beauty and grace and downright playful can touch the hearts of fans. You may wish to learn more. If so, Daryl Katz, New York City is the place to go. Reiner Burmann denier with longtime musical partners such as mana, and The Thoroughbred musician has packed precisely those qualities in music Andreas Bacon as well as text authors such as Dr. Bernd Meinunger and Tobias Reitz, for which even the flippers were always: charm, warmth, originality and catchiness. OLAF also presents as a soloist musi k so, how he likes her and feels as positive, positive life elixir to dream and enjoy. There may of course flirting are like in the song “A thousand red roses”, but geschunkelt also to maritime sounds (“to come down to the port”) or in the Mediterranean rhythm danced (“on the Spanish steps”). Adorable expressions of love a forever young at heart (“you’re supposed to be always happy”) have on the album “A thousand red roses” as their permission name, quiet sounds (“Anna Luisa”) or the songs in which the good six decades of life experience is reflected (“No man is an island”, “Give love a second chance”, “Deeper than the ocean”).