ATS-Records Online-Shop

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.

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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.

Parkinsong Duets is a non-profit project

We don’t keep a Cent. So where goes the money?

How much goes to charity?

Physical Album (Compact Disc)

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.

Digital Album (Audio Files)

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%.

Account in trust

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.

Contacts

Producer

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Gerald Ganglbauer
Gangan Verlag
Jakobsweg 18
8046 Stattegg-Ursprung
Austria
Mobil: +43 680 3136961
Email: office@pon.or.at
Web: www.parkinsong.org
Web: www.parkinsoline.at

Label

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Reinhard Brunner
ATS-Records

Breitenau 7
4591 Molln
Austria
Tel.: +43 7584 2454
Mobil: +43 676 6803882
Fax: +43 7584 2454 24
Email: office@ats-records.com
Web: www.ats-records.com
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Master

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Alexander Tschiggerl
Black Box Sound Tonstudio

Amselweg 20
8046 Stattegg
Austria
Tel. +43 664 4926677
Email: office@blackboxsound.com
Web: www.blackboxsound.com

Carmen (Bonustrack)

Parkinsong Duets bonus track, performed by Musicgarden
(Kurt Strohmeier and Xenia)

Music by Georges Bizet
Adaptation by Kurt Strohmeier
Lyrics by Xenia Strunz

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Cover design by Gerald Ganglbauer
Photography by Werner Kmetitsch from “Carmen” at Opera Graz

Eros Bresolin

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Eros Bresolin | Photo: Ewa Maciejczyk

Help raise money for Parkinson’s and get yourself some great music at the same time. It’s a WIN WIN.

One of the tracks is mine. It is called “Park You Too”. I was approached by Gerald Ganglbauer to see if I would like to include “Park You Too” in this album, but there was one condition.

I had to convert the track to a DUET where one person has Parkinsons and the other doesn’t.

Well I knew which one I was, so I needed to find someone that did not have Parkinsons.

Julia Jockelson came to the rescue and our new version of “Park You Too” was added to the album called “Gerald Ganglbauer’s Parkinsong Duets”.

If you would like to buy this CD [in the UK], please message me.

Thanks for listening.

Carmen

Parkinsong Duets bonus track, performed by Musicgarden
(Kurt Strohmeier and Xenia)

Music by Georges Bizet
Adaptation by Kurt Strohmeier
Lyrics by Xenia Strunz

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Have you ever felt that your life
Isn’t going into the direction you want

And your dreams and all your beliefs
They seem to fade away with time

Let them show you what they can teach you
Don’t waste your time with stupid things

Be aware that this life might be short
And maybe ends before you know

[bridge]

Then change … your way … and love … will stay

[chorus]

The only thing you need is trust
And just a little bit of joy and lust

If you not want to fade away
Like washed out colors when they fade to grey

Whenever you feel down then think about the luck you have
And do not hesitate and thank for all the bliss

Radio AGORA Obzorja

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AGORA Obzorja ist ein besonderes Programmangebot für unsere slowenischsprachige Community, das von unserem Redaktionsteam mit täglich aktuellen Beiträgen und interessanten Studiogästen gestaltet wird.

Radio Soundportal

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Soundportal on air

Graz, 11. April 2019
Welt Parkinson Tag (Austrian Radio Station)

Die Presse

Parkinson weltweit im Radio

Projekt. Gerald Ganglbauer will mit Songs gegen die Krankheit kämpfen.

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Graz/Wien. Den Einfall, berichtet Gerald Ganglbauer, habe er auf dem Weltparkinsonkongress in Portland 2016 gehabt: „Dort kam mir die Idee, dass Rockstars mit uns Betroffenen gemeinsam Duette singen könnten, um der Welt zu demonstrieren, dass wir Kranken immer noch Menschen sind.“

Ganglbauer, Autor, Herausgeber von Literaturzeitschriften und ehemaliger Teilzeit-Australier, entwickelte eine „coole Website“, um sein Projekt vorzustellen, „und erwartete, dass sich sofort Tausende beteiligen würden, wie damals im Jahr 1984, als Bob Geldof Band Aid auf die Beine stellte.“ Ganz so leicht ging es dann nicht: Zwei Jahre dauerte es, bis Ganglbauer, selbst Parkinson-Patient, seine Musiker zusammen hatte. Die Künstler, die sich für ihn gemeinsam mit Parkinson-Betroffenen ins Tonstudio begaben, kommen aus vielen Stilrichtungen, von Singer-Songwritern wie Jörg Veselka bis zu Rockbands wie Badhoven oder den Grazer Formationen Spring and the Land und The Base. Ihnen gemeinsam sei „ihre Leidenschaft für Musik und Anteilnahme an unserem Schicksal“.

Am morgigen Welt-Parkinson-Tag sollen nun die entstandenen „Parkinsonduets“ im Radio gespielt werden. Ganglbauers Ziel ist, dass sich weltweit Betroffene bei ihren (vorinformierten) Radiostationen einen Song aus dem online erhältlichen Album wünschen. Damit „klatschen wir gleich drei Fliegen mit einem Streich“: Das Album werde gekauft, durch das Airplay die Botschaft verbreitet, die anfallenden Tantiemen gehen an den Verein Parkisonline.

Selbst erhielt der Grazer die Diagnose Parkinson übrigens 2006, da war er 48 Jahre alt. „Ich dachte erst, dass sich nur das Alter bemerkbar machte, als meinen Freunden erste Symptome auffielen. Wie die meisten, denen man sagt sie hätten frühen Parkinson, verweigerte ich anfangs die Diagnose.“ Mittlerweile ist er Botschafter für Parkinson-Selbsthilfegruppen. (tes)

(“Die Presse”, Print-Ausgabe, 10.04.2019)