Mother Earth Artists presents the forth 2-tracks single "The Lost Memorial of the 1900s... Part 4" consisting of: "Red and Blue"  / "At the Iron Curtain"  with Armand Gutheim & The Feel Harmonic Rockestra. It is preceding the release of the forthcoming full length album "The Lost Memorial of the 1900s..." on December 15, 2018.
Join us on this musical trip through time and history with all its reminders and milestones still relevant for us all today. This single takes us back to 1953, when the cold war between east and west, after suddenly having turned hot three years earlier in Korea, ended with the result of no results, and to 1961, when the same cold war caused the building of the hated Berlin wall.
The single is available here and on all major digital music services.
Mother Earth Artists also presents the new music video "Red and Blue"  which accompany this new single "The Lost Memorial of the 1900s... Part 4".
Starring in the video is Armand Gutheim, Yvan Auzely, Simon Mårtensson, Charlotte Assarsson and Sven-Olov Persson. Enjoy!...
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Music, lyrics, concept, design, recording: Armand Gutheim.
Mixing: Armand Gutheim, Simon Mårtensson.
Mastering: Simon Mårtensson.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Mother Earth Studio, Stockholm, Sweden.
Produced by Armand Gutheim, Mother Earth Artists.
Musicians: Armand Gutheim, Hans Müller, Simon Mårtensson, Yvan Auzely, Charlotte Assarsson, Sabina Gutheim, Sven-Olov Persson, Niklas Rundquist, Peter Lagergren and the Nynäshamn Chamber Choir conducted by Karl Nicklas Gustavsson.
Armand Gutheim was born in 1960 and has since the age of 8 been active as an artist, composer, director and choreographer,
as well as lyricist, librettist, photographer, painter and producer. In his multifaceted productions, Armand Gutheim often expresses much empathy and involvement in the great human issues, but always letting the art speak for itself, not seldom with a glimpse in the eye....more