Complete your Rudolf Schock collection. Geliebte Mutter (LP, Album). Mono 72 223 ku, stereo 72 223 ku. Germany. 72223, 7 22 23 ST. Rudolf Schock. Geliebte Mutter (LP, Album, Club).
Rudolf Schock – Geliebte Mutter. Label: Eurodisc – MONO 72 223 KU, Eurodisc – STEREO 72 223 KU. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. B1. Wie' S Daheim War. B2. Das Lächeln Meiner Mutter. B3. Mutterlied ( Die Sterne Glänzen Am Dunklen Himmel ). B4. Lang, Lang Ist's Her. B5. Mutter, Ich Danke Dir. B6. Mutter, Ich Weiß, Was Die Liebe Ist.
Complete your Rudolf Schock collection. Rudolf Schock – Meiner Mutter. Genre: Pop, Classical. Es Gibt Eine Frau, Die Dich Niemals Vergißt.
Mutter (German for "mother") is the third album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein. It was released on 2 April 2001 through Motor Music. The album's cover image is a photograph of a dead fetus, which was taken by Daniel & Geo Fuchs. The album has yielded six singles which, to date, are the most released from any Rammstein album. From September to December 1999, the band rented the house Weimar in Heiligendamm on the Baltic Sea for pre-production
Rudolf Johann Schock (4 September 1915 – 13 November 1986) was a German tenor. Rudolf Schock was born in Duisburg, in the Prussian Rhine Province. He sang a wide repertoire from operetta to Lohengrin, recording among others opera and lieder, doing television, radio and film work. Slim and handsome, he made many films. His voice fell almost into the heldentenor fach but was smaller and more ardent than many voices in that category.
The album's cover image is a photograph of a dead fetus, which was taken by Daniel & Geo Fuchs. Overall the album has spawned six singles which is, by far, the most singles released from any Rammstein album. 1 Writing and Recording. 2 Critical reception and legacy.
Released On : Oct 10, 2013. Listen to Rudolf Schock Ich Seh' Die Mutter Dort MP3 song. Ich Seh' Die Mutter Dort song from the album The History Of Rudolf Schock, Vol. 4 is released on Oct 2013. The duration of song is 06:11. This song is sung by Rudolf Schock.