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Von der Bereitschaft ein Wolkenschloss zu bauen

by Martin Tetzlaff

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Sandsturm 04:37
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Vaucluse 02:59
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Nachtgeister 03:33
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Sonntags:Flugverbot (free) 05:13

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released May 1, 2009

written, played and recorded by Martin Tetzlaff
mixed by Marco Birkner and Martin Tetzlaff
mastered by Chris von Rautenkranz
Artwork by Hania Helmchen

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Martin Tetzlaff Berlin, Germany

Martin Tetzlaff is a Berlin-based songwriter with a strong pop sensibility and a penchant for sad melodies.

Martin’s songs evoke a landscape both melancholy and reassuring, like a bleak landscape seen from a train window on the way home from an failed tryst.

His many self-produced recordings blend rock instrumentation with electronic elements, and range from hushed folk to bombastic power pop.
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