|Zwischen Den Fronten||4:08|
|In Is Out||4:12|
|Sei Bei Mir||3:55|
|Du Nur Du||3:55|
|Kein Bock Blues||1:08|
|2186031||Robby Lutter||In Is' Out (LP, Album)||Rekord||2186031||Germany||1985|
|1186041||Robby Lutter||In Is' Out (CD, Album)||Rekord||1186041||Germany||1985|
Producer – Robby Lutter. Vocals, Backing Vocals – Birgit Van Der Most. Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Programmed By, Percussion – Robby Lutter.
Travis Lutter (born May 12, 1973) is a retired American mixed martial artist who won The Ultimate Fighter 4 reality show. He is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Carlos Machado. Lutter was born and raised in South Dakota. He began wrestling when he was 12 years old, continuing through high school where he earned All-State honors and then also competed during his first two years attending Northern State University, where he majored in criminal justice
German pianist Adalbert Lutter and his orchestra were making tango records in the 1940s and 1950s, no doubt due to Lutter having spent six years in South America absorbing the musical influences there. This remastered collection includes a sampling of works from several composers known for the tango and features a large cast of vocalists. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Jube Pops Studio Masters. This title is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording.
Travis Lutter is a jiu jitsu black belt under Carlos Machado and a former professional MMA fighter, famous for his win of The Ultimate Fighter (season 4) tournament and his run in the UFC’s middleweight division. In only two years time Lutter arrived in the UFC, becoming a successful member of the UFC’s middleweight division, reaching the spot of number 2 contender to the company’s belt after his win at TUF season 4, a fight he lost to Anderson Silva due to strikes from the triangle position. Travis left the UFC in 2008 after almost 4 years in the organization. Travis fought MMA two more times but a severe injury suffered in the neck in his last fight against Rafael Natal (Sapo) caused the end of his career.
The Battle of Lutter (Lutter am Barenberge) took place during the Thirty Years' War, on 27 August 1626 (17 August 1626 in the old Julian calendar), between the forces of the Lower Saxon Circle, combining mostly Protestant states, and led by its Circle Colonel Christian IV of Denmark, and the forces of the Catholic League. Lutter am Barenberge lies to the south of the modern town of Salzgitter, then within the Imperial Circle of Lower Saxony, and now in northwest Germany.
Lutter MP3 Song by Jarnail Rattoke from the Punjabi album Lutter. Download Lutter Punjabi song on Gaana. com and listen offline. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.
Figure Out Your Album Art. Album art is still important. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! I’ve already written about the importance of album art in today’s music landscape. The bottom line? Album art still plays an important visual role for your music. In fact, it’s often the only visual element you get to control on digital music stores that display everyone’s album in the same font and format as the next artist’s. So your art is important! The key word here is ‘art. As long as you get a few key things in place, releasing will be as joyous as laying down that first chord-the way it should be! Visual artists often lend their work for album covers.
Robby Krieger is talking about his days as guitarist with the Doors, reflecting on his role as creative sidekick to one of rock’s all-time great lyricists, singers, sex symbols and extreme personalities, Jim Morrison. It would have been so great if we’d just had a guy like Sting, says Krieger wistfully. It really differed from album to album. On the first one, he just turned on the mic and stepped out of the way. The second album, when we actually had a budget, Paul really got involved in the sound. We were all kind of freaked out recording the first album because we didn’t know what it would be like. For example, it really bothered us that we couldn’t turn up as loud as we wanted. Yet it really sounds like you were all playing with total abandon.