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Crazy Otto

Fritz Schulz-Reichel

Также известно как: Cracy Otto, Crazy Otto And His Funny Keyboard, Crazy Otto And His Honky-Tonk Piano, Crazy Otto And His Tipsy Piano, Crazy Otto With Rhythm Accompaniment, Crazy Otto's Ragtime Band, Happy Otto, Marching Otto
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Schulz-Reichel, http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p30353/biography

Дискография Crazy Otto:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Oldtimers 8 audio iTunes 1955 Polydor
2 The Sound Of Crazy Otto 14 audio iTunes 1963 Polydor
3 More Crazy Otto 14 audio iTunes 1967 Polydor
4 Crazy Otto, Part 1 4 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
5 In The Mood / My Melancholy Baby 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
6 Derby Hat Medley / Swingin' Door Medley 10 audio iTunes 1956 Decca
7 Alabamy Bound / Das Ist Musik 2 audio iTunes 1956 Decca
8 Crazy Otto 10 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
9 More Crazy Otto 14 audio iTunes 1966
10 Crazy Otto In London 28 audio iTunes 1969
11 The Best Of Crazy Otto 28 audio iTunes 1966 Polydor
12 Smiles / Glad Rag Doll 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
13 In The Mood 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
14 Not So Crazy Otto 12 audio iTunes Decca
15 Crazy Otto Beat 10 audio iTunes 1966
16 Marching Otto Medley No. 1 9 audio iTunes 1956 Decca
17 If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie) 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
18 Crazy Otto Plays Crazy Tunes 12 audio iTunes 1963 MGM Records
19 Golden Award Songs 14 audio iTunes 1960 Decca
20 Medley 2 audio iTunes Decca
21 Palesteena / Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
22 Smiles/ Glad Rag Doll 4 audio iTunes 1955 Polydor
23 Smiles / Glad Rag Doll 2 audio iTunes Decca
24 The Best Of Crazy Otto 28 audio iTunes 1972 Polydor
25 Crazy Otto Goes Sentimental 12 audio iTunes Vocalion (2)
26 The Best Of Crazy Otto 28 audio iTunes 1969 Polydor
27 Crazy Otto's Back In Town 14 audio iTunes Decca
28 Crazy Otto Beat 10 audio iTunes 1966 Polydor
29 Evergreens - The Best Of Crazy Otto 28 audio iTunes 1966 Rainbow (11)
30 Crazy Otto, Part 2 4 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
31 Alabamy Bound / Das Ist Musik 2 audio iTunes 1956 Decca
32 Alley Cat 2 audio iTunes 1962 Polydor
33 Happy Piano 12 audio iTunes Polydor K.K.
34 Crazy Otto Medley 2 audio iTunes Polydor
35 Happy Piano 16 audio iTunes Polydor
36 Crazy Otto Rides Again 12 audio iTunes Polydor
37 Favourites 8 audio iTunes Polydor
38 Honky Tonk -Piano / Take Me Dreaming 2 audio iTunes Decca
39 Crazy Otto Rides Again 12 audio iTunes 1956 Polydor
40 Crazy Otto In London 26 audio iTunes 1969 Polydor
41 Bouncy Medley 8 audio iTunes 1956 Decca
42 Happy Piano 16 audio iTunes Polydor
43 Crazy Otto, Part 2 4 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
44 Smiles / Glad Rag Doll 2 audio iTunes 1955 Decca
45 Crazy Otto's Ragtime Band 38 audio iTunes 1975 Polydor
46 Crazy Otto Rides Again 12 audio iTunes 1956 Decca

[a=Fritz Schulz-Reichel] (July 4, 1912 - February 4, 1990) was a German jazz and pop pianist. Schulz-Reichel's father was a classical musician, and he began playing piano at the age of six. He developed an unusual technique where he played the melody of a tune with the left hand and the rhythm with the right hand. While he trained to be a concert pianist, he chose a career in pop music, playing light jazz and pop tunes. He invented a device called the Tipsy Wire Box, which could be attached to a piano to make it sound like an out-of-tune barrelhouse upright. (Another interpretation is that "Tipsy Wire Box" was a slang expression for the piano itself, which was merely "detuned"; that is, one of the three strings that make up each note of the main section of the piano is slightly flatted, giving the piano the characteristic sound.) In 1953 he adopted the moniker Schräger Otto (Crazy Otto), and recorded for Deutsche Grammophon. His tunes became hits in Germany, France, England, and America; his albums were released on Decca and MGM in the U.S. In 1955, American musician Johnny Maddox made a medley of his songs, entitled "The Crazy Otto Medley"; this went to #2 on the U.S. charts, and in the U.S. both Reichel and Maddox were subsequently known as "Crazy Otto", to some confusion. Schulz-Reichel continued to perform live and on film, and remained a popular jazz favorite in Germany for many years.


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