‘Eine Schwarzwaldfahrt”

Due to a lack of anything to write worth reading, I thought I’d look for music to post. My memories flowed back to 1965 (I would have sworn it was earlier) and a certain kind of music that used to exist back in those days. Cheerful instrumental pop, generally emerging from Europe. One of my favorites was “A Walk in the Black Forest,” done by Horst Jankowski.

Wikipedia doesn’t tell much about Jankowski’s life, aside from professional stuff. But he would have grown up during World War II. Perhaps he knew starvation in the aftermath. So he produced happy music. A good response, in my opinion.

Maybe we need to have some bad times in this country, to produce some happy art.

2 thoughts on “‘Eine Schwarzwaldfahrt””

  1. Bert Kaempfert,my favorite, James Last, Werner Meuller, Kurt Edelhagen , all bring a smile when I hear their recordings. Of course Sissel neither German nor a band leader.

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