Label: Low Spirit Recordings - 511 445-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Big Beat, Techno
Not only is he Germany's most successful and most popular DJ and avantgardist of the Raving Society, he is also the most innovative producer and co-founder of Berlin's Indie Dance label, Low Spirit.
WestBam is in fact the abbreviated form of Westphalia BamBaataa and derives from this artist's home state in Germany and his role model Afrika Bambaataa. In he made a permanent move to Berlin which was still divided by the Wall. WestBam started as DJ at Berlin's Let Yourself Go - WestBam - A Practising Maniac At Work Metropol and his sophisticated mixing techniques brought him fame far beyond the borders of the divided city.
In WestBam worked with Klaus Jankuhn to produce his first 12" entitled "17" which was inspired by Paul Hardcastle 's "19"one of the first sample hits of the time. One of the climaxes of those early years was undoubtedly his performance at the Olympic Games in Seoul South Korea where he gave a German cultural contribution at the invitation of the Goethe Institute.
In he made his first album "The Cabinet". This was the first DJ-concept album to be launched on the German market.
The first The Gypsy Cried - Lou Christie - Lou Christie / Lou Christie Strikes Again also took place in 14 December and WestBam was decisively involved in the artistic concept of this and the following Maydays. These Mayday anthems are so popular that they have now reached cult status.
In Let Yourself Go - WestBam - A Practising Maniac At Work again entered the charts with the remix of the Yello classic "Bostich". In mid he released "Terminator"a clear-cut electronic track that rose quickly to the accustomed popularity in the club scene. This track demonstrates yet again the diversity of Max Lenz 's musical talents, and shows that WestBam is by no means a dedicated follower of fashion but a genuinely creative trendsetter.
As a DJ, Maximilian Lenz is now known and in demand around the world. Without exaggeration, WestBam has had a decisive influence on the techno house cultural movement and his creative impulse is still very much alive and kicking. In the end of WestBam released a single called "Hard Times". WestBam released a single in February and the name of that single is "Crash Course". WestBam released the single in February called "Beatbox Rocker".
Together with Dr. In December the single "Do The Rambo" was released. WestBam released an album called "Right On" on September 9th, In December the single "Recognize" incl. Tobi Neumann remix was released. WestBam vs. Nena released the single "99 Luftballons" on February 27th, The techno 12" "Der Blaue Planet" was released on July 7th, Westbam released Rock Of Love - Michele Pillar - Michele Pillar single It's Not Easy on January 20, Track A1.
Track A2. Track A3. Track B1. Track B2. Track B3. Track 1. Track 2. Track 3. Track 4. Track 5. Track 6. Motte Mix. Motte Remix. Rhythm vs. One World One Future L. Beatbox Rocker Beatbox Rocker Dr. Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Track 5. Track 7.
Track 8. Track 9. Track The Cabinet Of Dr. Track A4. Track A5. Track A6. Track B4. Track B5. Track B6. Strikes Back Celebration. Track C1. Track C2. Track D1. Track D2. Track D3. Track C3. Track C4. Track D4. Recognize Inner City Front Roots. Track D. Track E1. Track E2. Track F1. Track F2. Track E3. Track F3. Go Back To Artist Index.
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