Deutschlandspiegel 292/1979 1979
01 Hamburg: Football HSV - Schalke 04 4-2 football viewers image filling in the people's Park Stadium. Flags are waved. Schalke stormed. Klaus Fischer shoots the 1:0 (goal camera) Kabyar in goal from behind. Keegan on the ball at HSV storm. Shot on goal 1:1 Schalke counter ends with scoring 2:1 2nd half: assault of the HSV. Keegan that shoots 2-2 and jumps for joy in the Tor network. Offside decision of the arbitrator. Shot on goal 3:2 and 4:2 ZL. Goalkeeper kneeling with the ball in goal.
(60 m) 02. Cologne: Federal Centre for health education pedestrian: young couple, older and younger man, older and younger women. Operating room. Anaesthesia device. The glass man. Children look at figure. Large-scale heart. Non-smoking and smokers lung. Smoking doll shows lung damage when smoked. Young people in pub smoking. Men drink beer. Pharmacy. Medicines are sold. Gymnastics. Tan you, continuous operation.
Düsseldorf (61 m) 03: 16. World Championship of hairdressers heads are wavy, blow dried, combed. Man hairstyles, great. Women's heads are doctored. Curl, waves, hairstyles, great. Hairdressers and their creations, partly very ornate. Hairdressers. Man curly. Wig is deposed, bald man.
(43 m) 04. Hamburg: shipbuilding Research Institute long shot of the building. Drawings are made on the drawing board. Production of ships in the model in the pattern shop. Large milling faithfully form the ship. Subtleties are offset by planing with the hand. Models in the ski channel. The tow car is computer controlled. The model ship behavior is recorded with computer. Driving in the bobsleigh. For new construction, the test provides important data of the testing of the model.
(59 m) 05. Berlin Jazz days of Kurfürstendamm. Advertising column with display of the jazz days. Miriam Makeba sings African folklore. Drums. Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the King of the African rock, sings. Negress with headdress, large. Kuti with saxophone. Drummers.
(59 m) 06 cityscape bad Wimpfen Wimpfen on the Neckar. Timber-frame houses. Roughly paved streets. Flower window. Young girl watering flowers. Wife bends backward from narrow Windows and cleans House wall. Old Guild emblem in front of House. Young man photographed, great. Church portal with statues from the time of the Hohenstaufen emperors. The Knight Collegiate Church of St. Peter. Arcade. Modern clinical treatment centre on the outskirts of the city. Medicinal swimming pool. Industrial facilities from the city. Barge on the river Neckar. The Imperial Eagle before Imperial Palace dating back to 1200. The Imperial Palace on the river Neckar.
(51 m) 07 Oberstdorf: FIS ski jumper in ZL. The 72 m high ski jumping venue from different angles. Jumping off, flying and put the jumper in ZL. Falls.
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Frisurenmode ; Musikfestival ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Trade, finance ; Craft ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Football ; Pedestrian ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Smoking ; Shipping ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Townscapes: Germany ; Medicine ; People ; Transport: General ; veterinary medicine ; Competitions ; Jobs ; Gesundheitsfürsorge ; Skisport ; Hamburg, BRD ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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Fela Kuti’s 25th Death Anniversary († August 2, 1997)
Fela Kuti was one of the most important musicians on the African continent as well as one of its most important political voices in the 1970s.
With his band "Afrika 70" he invented Afrobeat, in which the multi-instrumentalist and singer combined influences of African-American music with traditional West African elements. In his lyrics, he denounces corruption, mismanagement and social injustice in his own country, but also the ongoing European exploitation of the African continent. To make sure that his message was understood beyond the borders of his homeland, he sang in his native language as well as in Pidgin English.
During the 1970s Fela Kuti ran the "Afrika Shrine", a legendary nightclub in Lagos, a social centre, performance venue and progressive salon all in one. Famous guests such as Paul McCartney would come and follow Fela Kuti’s invitation. He also established the "Kalakuta Republic," a communal compound in the Nigerian capital, that housed his family, band members and recording studio. He declared the commune independent of the ruling military dictatorship, but in the end it would be destroyed by the very same. With his vision of an independent, free and united Africa, he also founded the very short-lived "Movement of the People" party. However, his candidacy for the presidency was rejected. Because of his political statements and activities, those in power considered Fela Kuti to be public enemy No. 1, consequently he was arrested dozens of times.
Fela Kuti toured extensively through Europe and the USA, thereby making his music and his mission known outside Africa. The 1978 concert at the Berlin Philharmonic, as part of the Berlin Jazz Days, was even broadcast on ARD, would be both the apogee and the end of the band "Africa 70". With his follow-up project "Egypt 80", Fela Kuti turned increasingly to traditional African music and spirituality.
When he died on August 3, 1997, as a result of AIDS - the existence of which he had denied until the very end - more than half a million people gathered in the streets to bid him farewell.