There are sixteen videos so far on this playlist, others are forthcoming.
There are sixteen videos so far on this playlist, others are forthcoming.
You can buy a Compact Disk in a 6-page album from our label ATS-Records at selected stores, or at the ATS-Records Online-Shop.
Also available as digital album, or individual tracks in mp3 or stream from 30 digital distribution partners, like Apple Music and Spotify.
I have signed up with SoundCloud and Bandcamp (mp3, AIFF formats and more) as well, two other popular music services for “audiophiles and nerds.” Now I believe that we have covered pretty much the entire planet.
We don’t keep a Cent. So where goes the money?
Your €15.00 make €15.00 when you buy the CD direct, say at a concert, from one of us; or you have bought it online at our Webshop and paid for shipping. If you went to a record store and paid €15.00, both the store and the retailer would have kept a percentage. This means only between €4.00 and €6.00 came through. ATS-Records and Amazon give us more, between €7.00 and €10.00.
Without a physical body, music costs less, say around €9.00 per album, or €1.00 per individual track, and the music services keep between 10 – 50%.
Credit card sales from this website arrive at Parkinsong’s PayPal business account and €15.00 for each CD (as you paid for shipping) will be transferred into the bank account of Parkinsonline. Sales and commission from ATS-Records as well as their partners will be credited directly into the bank account of Parkinsonline. Cash goes also straight into the bank account of Parkinsonline, where your donations are being held in trust.
In memory of Tom Isaacs (1968 – 2017)
and Stefan Weber (1946 – 2018)
1 | Park You Too (2:53) Eros Bresolin | Julia Jockelson
2 | Break All Chains (4:16) Badhoven | Gerald Ganglbauer
3 | How Will It Be (4:46) Badhoven | Gerald Ganglbauer
4 | When I Look Into Your Eyes (3:41) John Langford | Gisi Steinert
5 | It‘s Always Me (3:58) The Base | Gerald Ganglbauer
6 | Not the River of Mercy (5:00) The Base | Gerald Ganglbauer
7 | Believe in Everything You Do (3:13) Pete Wain | Andy Hitchman
8 | Red Light Blue Light (4:19) Joerg Veselka | Connie Weixler
9 | So Here I Am (4:05) Johnny Schwarzinger | Uli Sajko
10 | Wasn‘t I the One (6:01) Spring and the Land | Gerald Ganglbauer
11 | The More We (2:02) Billy Spakemon | Ray Andrews
12 | The Sound of Parkinson (2:06) Tom Isaacs (live at WPC 2016)
Tracks with links to lyrics (playing time)
Marino Acapulco – drums, voc., synths, Alois Aigner – Graz event, Ray Andrews – vocals, Kurt Bauer – violin, Eros Bresolin – vocals, Reinhard „Bux“ Brunner – mix, label, Jacques Bush – voc., guit., synths, Kurt Christian – vocals, guitars, Brian Dakin – vocals, Alessandra Fanciulli – award, Thomas Foki – award, Willi Gerschlager – jury, Alana de la Hidalga – Spanish translation, Beate Hilker – distribution, Andy Hitchman – vocals, Nina Homayoon – award, Julia Jockelson – vocals, Albi Klinger – bass, background voc., Florian Krismer – award, David Künstner – bass, Christian Lagger – event, John Langford – vocals, guitars, Philipp Mahlknecht – award, Karl Maier – jury, Karl Miklin – drums, background voc., Martin Novak – event PR, Gerhard Paar – keys, background voc., Franz Pennauer – jury, Mario Pohn – guitars, background voc., Anni Polacsik – jury, Eli Pollard – Kyoto event, Angelika Pudmich – keyboards, Peter Purgar – photography, Peter Rosegger – event, Jürgen Rottensteiner – music PR, Gerhard Rucker – jury, Uli Sajko – vocals, Ronald Saurugg – jury, Mireille Schmitt – French translation, Johann Schwarzinger – vocals, guitars, Petra Schwingenschuh – jury, Gerd Sojka – drums, background voc., Gisi Steinert – vocals, Alexander Tschiggerl – mix, master, Flo Verant – bass, Jörg Veselka – vocals, guitars, Pete Wain – vocals, guitars, Norbert Wally – vocals, guitars, Connie Weixler – vocals, Ingrid Winkler – jury, Klaus Wohlgemuth – guit., voc.
Gerald Ganglbauer has raised money for a new Parkinson research award with a music album.
“I have an engine inside of me,” says Gerald Ganglbauer. This engine has been tirelessly volunteering for years for Parkinson’s support. For this purpose, the Styrian released the album “Parkinsong Duets” last year. Under the motto: “People with Parkinson’s can be rockstars”, bands like The Base from Graz recorded songs with people with Parkinson’s.
With this project, which Ganglbauer carried out on a voluntary basis, not only Parkinson’s patients should be made visible. The real aim of the Styrian was to collect enough money by selling the album to be able to create an award for Parkinson’s research. And Ganglbauer has succeeded. The album was sold many times. With the net proceeds, the “Parkinsong Award” was now endowed with € 10,000. The research award will be presented for the first time on February 13th in Graz.
The 61-year-old wants to give science an incentive to deal more intensively with the healing of this disease. The motivation for his projects rests in Ganglbauer’s personal dismay. In 2006, the then 48-year-old was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Since then he has founded several self-help groups for Parkinson’s patients, including “Parkinsonline” in Graz. “The meaning of your own life can change at every crossroad”, explains the Styrian his strong commitment.
Gerald Ganglbauer was born in Graz on February 24, 1958. He studied communication science, journalism and media sociology. In 2006 Ganglbauer was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Since then, the Styrian has been committed to public awareness and research into the disease.
But Ganglbauer’s commitment goes beyond that. “When you get such a diagnosis, there is a growing need to make people understand how you feel,” he says. That is why Ganglbauer published his autobiography “Ich bin eine Reise” (I am a journey). Behind this and other publications is the desire to give insights into the disease and to draw attention to it.
The Parkinsong Award should not remain the Styrian’s last project. As long as his illness permits, Ganglbauer wants to keep the engine inside of him running and release a second album with duets to finance the award in 2022.
In 2019 Gerald Ganglbauer released the album “Parkinsong Duets”. There are duets that rock musicians have recorded with Parkinson’s patients. The net proceeds will go to the Parkinsong Award. parkinsong.org
Thanks to Gerhard (also a PwP), who made this video clip for Joerg and Connie’s duet.
Ein berührendes Projekt
“People With Parkinson’s Can Be Rockstars” ist auf dem Cover zu lesen und der Initiator dieses Projekts, Gerald Ganglbauer, ist selbst ein Betroffener der 2006 im Alter von 48 Jahren mit der Diagnose konfrontiert wurde. Am 4. Weltparkinsonkongress wurde die Idee geboren, Rockmusiker gemeinsam mit Parkinson-Patienten Duette singen zu lassen. Um der Welt zu zeigen, dass die Leidenschaft zur Musik und das Bedürfnis sich künstlerisch ausdrücken können trotz dieser Erkrankung Bestand hat.
Die Umsetzung war allerdings etwas mühseliger als gedacht und so brauchte es rund zwei Jahre um die Musiker und Bands zusammen zu bringen. So spielten die heimischen Melodic Rocker BADHOVEN gemeinsam mit Gerald Ganglbauer “How Will It Be” und “Break All The Chains” ein, zwei coole Titel mit maßgeschneiderten Hooklines, die ebenfalls in Graz beheimateten THE BASE wanderten ebenfalls mit Gerald mit “It’s Always Me” und “Not The River Of Mercy” auf Nick Cave’s Spuren und das steirische Szene-Original Johnny Schwarzinger, der vor 20 Jahren mit CATWALK lokale Musikgeschichte schrieb, verkündete mit Uli Sajko in berührendem spoken word-Kontext “So Here I Am”….
Ein wichtiges, ein bewegenden Projekt das Zeichen zu setzen vermag – der Erlös aus dem Verkauf kommt der Parkinson-Selbsthilfe zugute (www.parkinsonline.at). Zu beziehen über https://duets.parkinsong.org/
Single, Parkinsong Duets, Volume 2
Parkinsong Duets digitally released the fírst Single from its Volume 2, out in 2023 coinciding with the World Parkinson Congress 2023 in Barcelona, Spain.
Georges Bizet’s Carmen, performed by Musicgarden in an adaptation by Kurt Strohmeier, with lyrics by Xenia Strunz
Available for Download at| YouTube | Amazon | Apple | Spotify and other digital outlets.
We extend a warm welcome to Beate Hilker from Germany. She starts her volunteer work in September by distributing Parkinsong CDs near Berlin with German postage of 1,55 € per CD instead of 6,90 € (5,50 € Economy) when posting from Austria to Germany and Switzerland.
That’s a huge saving for buyers on shipping cost to and from Germany and will hopefully boost donations of 15 € for our beautiful CD. Beate’s labour of love is much appreciated. Volunteers in other countries are also more than welcome to join our network.