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Jurgen Rosenthal

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Birth name  Hans-Jurgen Rosenthal
Name  Jurgen Rosenthal
Occupation(s)  Drummer, Lyricist
Role  Drummer
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Born  July 28, 1949 (age 66) Rosengarten, Lower Saxony, Germany (1949-07-28)
Associated acts  Scorpions, Eloy, Ego on the Rocks, Echo Park, Dawn Road, Morrison Gulf
Music groups  Scorpions (1973 – 1974), Eloy
Genres  Progressive rock, Hard rock, Space rock
Albums  Dawn, Fly to the Rainbow, Ocean, Metromania, Inside
Similar People  Rudy Lenners, Wolfgang Dziony, Francis Buchholz, Frank Bornemann, Herman Rarebell

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Jurgen Rosenthal is a German rock drummer. He was a member of Uli Jon Roth's band Dawn Road, but became a member of the Scorpions, along with Roth and Francis Buchholz, when Dawn Road was annexed into a lineup with Klaus Meine and Rudolf Schenker. He appeared on one album, Fly to the Rainbow, before having to leave to do his compulsory service with the Army. He later appeared in Eloy, and wrote the lyrics for their successful 1977 album Ocean. He also wrote the lyrics to another successful album Dawn.

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Jurgen Rosenthal's style as a drummer is unique and it would appear to be a major contributor to Eloy's most successful years (1976-1979) during which they produced Ocean, Dawn, Eloy Live, and Silent Cries Mighty Echoes. The music that Eloy put out during 1976 to 1979 has many fans all around the world due to its unique and enchanting character..... Some would say: "Progressive Rock at its best".

With Scorpions

  • Fly to the Rainbow (1974)
  • With Eloy

  • Dawn (1976)
  • Ocean (1977)
  • Live (1978)
  • Silent Cries and Mighty Echoes (1979)
  • With Ego on the Rocks

  • Ego on the Rocks - Acid in Wounderland (1981)
  • With Echo Park

  • Echo Park (1988)
  • Songs

    Fly to the Rainbow
    The Sun-Song
    Poseidon's Creation
    Between Future and Past
    Fly People Fly
    Speedy's Coming
    Time to Turn
    This Is My Song
    Up and Down
    Mutiny
    Paralysed Civilization

    References

    Jurgen Rosenthal Wikipedia


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