Hans Sturm (3 September 1935 – 24 June 2007) was a German football player. He was born in Schönau an der Katzbach, Lower Silesia and died in Cologne. The goalscoring inside right midfielder, who won the first Bundesliga trophy with 1. FC Köln in 1964, played just one of his three internationals for West Germany outside a FIFA World Cup. Therefore he was part at the 1958 FIFA World Cup and at the 1962 FIFA World Cup, playing one match on each occasion.
Professionelle Sportmannschaft, angetreten die Bunte Liga Freiburg zu dominieren.
German singer/songwriter Hans Hartz was born in the port city of Husum in 1943. In 1967 he fronted the Hamburg-based, skiffle-infused skirt band Lake. He released his debut (and most popular) album, Sturm, in 1982, which featured the popular single "Die Weißen Tauben Sind Müde. The record went platinum and established the gravel-voiced crooner as a big player in the regional pop circuit. Nur Steine Leben Lang arrived in 1983, followed by Musik aus der Ferne in 1985. In 1991 Hartz landed an international hit with "Sail Away," a song that attracted a great deal of attention.
|3||Die Weißen Tauben Sind Müde||4:11|
|7||Wenn Möwen Schrei'n||6:25|
|8||Winter Nr. 34||2:26|
|9||... Und Nannten Es Glück||5:23|
|10||Auf Ein Wort||4:25|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 042281291227
|6435 153||Hans Hartz||Sturm! (LP, Album)||Philips||6435 153||Germany||1982|
|46 271 3||Hans Hartz||Sturm! (LP, Album, Club)||Philips||46 271 3||Germany||1982|
|7106 153||Hans Hartz||Sturm! (Cass, Album)||Philips||7106 153||Germany||1982|
|812 151-1||Hans Hartz||Storm! (LP)||Mercury||812 151-1||Netherlands||1983|