Inga Rumpf & Friends - Live At Rockpalast 2006 (W/Dvd) | RECORD STORE DAY

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Live At Rockpalast 2006 (W/Dvd)
Artist: Inga Rumpf & Friends
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 05/03/2024
UPC: 885513901927

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1. Let's Get on the Road Again
2. Get on Board
3. Rock 'N' Roll Preacher
4. Indian Rope Man
5. Friends
6. It's a Man's World
7. Undercover Agent for the Blues
8. Come and Go
9. No Cross - No Crown
10. How the Gypsy Was Born
11. Goin' to the Country
12. Backwater Blues
13. My Life Is a Boogie

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Unique Rockpalast performance of Oct. 20, 2006 at Harmonie Bonn (GER), feat. Jean-Jacques Kravetz (Frumpy, Atlantis, Eric Burdon's Fire-Department). - Rolling Stone once called Inga Rumpf "Germany's only world-class rock, soul and gospel singer". In her long career, Inga "The Voice" Rumpf has made a name for herself as a singer with the City Preachers, as a jazz, blues, R&B and soul performer - but above all as a rock singer with Frumpy and Atlantis, bands that wrote German rock history in the 1970s. - With the City Preachers and the rock bands Frumpy and Atlantis, she celebrated international success five decades ago and toured with superstars B.B. King, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Lionel Richie. Tina Turner launched her global career with Inga's song "I Wrote A Letter" - the other side of the comeback single "Let's Stay Together". - In 2005, a dream came true when B.B. King invited Inga & Friends on his farewell tour. 2006 Inga Rumpf performs with her band Inga & Friends as part of the Crossroads Festival on October 20, 2006 at WDR Rockpalast. Inga's long-time companion from the old Frumpy / Atlantis days Jean-Jacques Kravetz (Peter Maffay Band, Udo Lindenberg Panik Orchester, Eric Burdon's Fire-Department and many more) will be at the start.