What's more boring than another bearded guy with an acoustic guitar writing his own songs? Anyone who rolls their eyes at the thought of this musical stereotype badly needs a helping of Richard Limbert. His music leads far away from lulling, cryptic love ballads and above all knows one thing: to tell stories. The musical DNA of the Leipziger quickly points to the culture of the good ol' United States, without falling into dull nostalgia. Honest blues, folk and Americana are practically indispensable in this music. Anyone who prefers Randy Newman to Bruce Springsteen, who would rather dance to Rainald Grebe and Bertolt Brecht than to the Backstreet Boys when drunk, could actually recommend the music of Richard Limbert.
01 Paranoia Boogie 02 If You Never Fell Down 03 The Spark Is Setting Fire 04 The Way To The West 05 The Disease (Hide & Seek) 06 The Village 07 Julius Caesar The Frightened Dictator 08 dr watson 09 From Heaven To Hell 10 Not Your Charles Bukowski 11 Decisive Moments In History