Most important in Max Raabe’s musical career is of course his work with the Palast Orchester. Aside from the world-renowned “Heart, Which Greets Its Great Love,” and the pieces from the ’20s and ’30s, the Palast Orchester has branched out into both classical and pop music.
Dispensing their faultless big-band recreations of 1920s and ’30s German and American favorites, [Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester] are the antidote to today’s noisiest and most soulless of popular fare.
Max Raabe performs Ich Steh' mit Ruth gut
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