Joachim Witt Biography
Joachim Witt is a German musician and actor born on 22th February 1949 in Hamburg, Germany. He was the guitarist/singer in the 1970s Krautrock band Duesenberg.
Joachim Witt Career
Joachim Witt was the guitarist/singer in the 1970s Krautrock band Duesenberg. He released three albums with them, “Duesenberg” (1977), “Duesenberg 2” (1978) and “Strangers” (1979), before embarking on a solo career as a singer and actor.
He became a major star of the German pop scene during the 1980’s with his hits “Goldener Reiter”. He made his big comeback at the end of the 1990s with his hit “Die Flut”, a duet with Peter Heppner.
His album “Bayreuth 1” (1998) scored platinum in Germany and Austria. “Bayreuth 2” followed two years later.Joachim Witt also contributed the song “Vandemar” to the 2006 album Where’s Neil When You Need Him?, a compilation of songs based on the works of author Neil Gaiman. “Vandemar” is based on a character from Gaiman’s novel Neverwhere.
On 31st August 2007 he released “Best of” album titled “, 16 tracks album with some of his current and past work but with more of the hard- hitting Bayreuth 3 sound. To celebrate the release of “Auf Ewig”,
Joachim Witt released two new videos of his biggest hits from the 1980s, “Goldener Reiter” and “Herbergsvater”.
Joachim remixed songs from various bands, including Sara Noxx’s single “Earth Song.” His next contribution was a remix to a song from the upcoming album for Obszon Geschopf that was released in April 2009.
On 12 March 2009 Joachim announced on his official MySpace that the Bayreuth Trilogy had ended and all that he provided was that “New projects will take place in the near future.”
Joachim Witt also contributed to the Dorian Hunter play by creating the Dorian Hunter 2009 Theme which is available worldwide on iTunes.
In May 2009 Joachim confirmed that he is working on his thirteenth album, which is titled Retromania and is currently unknown when the album will be released as it has been delayed.
The Joachim Witt forums confirmed that the album Retromania had been canceled, but Joachim Witt had stated himself that there already is an album in the works and is slated for release, sometime in Autumn of 2012.
On 28 September 2012 Joachim Witt released his anticipated album “DOM”; this was his first album in nearly seven years. The single, “Gloria”, Joachim Witt refers to a third milestone of his work after The Golden Rider and The Flood.
On 25 April 2014 Joachim released his newest album “Neumond”. It returns to the Pop sound. He announced his 15th album on 13 December 2014. It was to be titled Ich. It was intended to be funded by Pledgemusic, and was scheduled to be released in April 2015.
Joachim Witt Albums
- Silberblick (1980)
- Edelweiß (1982)
- Märchenblau (1983)
- Mit Rucksack und Harpune (1985)
- Moonlight Nights (1985)
- 10 Millionen Partys (1988)
- Kapitän der Träume (1992)
- Bayreuth 1 (1998)
- Bayreuth 2 (2000)
- Eisenherz (2002)
- Pop (2004)
- Bayreuth 3 (2006)
- DOM (2012)
- Neumond (2014)
- Ich (2015)
- Thron (2016)
Joachim Witt Songs
- Goldener Reiter
- Die Flut
- Ohne Dich
- Die Erde brennt
- Und … ich lauf
- Das geht tief
- Bataillon d’Amour
- Mein Herz
- Bis ans Ende der Zeit
- Supergestört Und Superversaut
- Es regnet in mir
- Geh deinen Weg
- Wo versteckt sich Gott?
- Erst wenn das Herz nicht mehr aus Stein ist
- Jetzt und ehedem
- Strenges Mädchen
- Dein Lied
- Für den Moment
- Wem gehört das Sternenlicht?
- Alle nicken
- Terrorist der Liebe
- Hundert Leiber
- Goldener Raver
Joachim Witt Interview
Interviewer: How does the scent of freedom feel?
Joachim Witt: Very good at the moment. My extract was made at the right time. Even though I was willing to stay in the house longer, life in the sewer system did not bother me anymore.
Interviewer: But you were crying with grief.
Joachim Witt: Yes, that’s right. There were these moments. I’m just extremely sensitive to environments. And that was so depressing the mood: I thought, I do not have to do that to me. My goal was to take place parallel to the release of my new album and I have achieved that. But after my low, I felt like I could go on.
Interviewer: You also cried for a song by Silvermoon in the garden of the luxury area. You are very emotional, right?
Joachim Witt: You underestimate the situation in the house. I also smiled about that before. But it is, frankly, a prison situation, especially in the sewers. And emotions come up when you see certain pictures in your mind’s eye. And with the Silver Moon song, yearnings developed with me, especially after my family. That’s when I missed her and that surprised me that I could show so much emotion.
Interviewer: What did you learn about yourself during the two weeks of isolation?
Joachim Witt: I’ve learned that with just one person, I’m getting warm on a certain level. A good guy is for example the Mario Basler. I also got along very well with Cathy and Natascha. I am very special, as far as people are concerned. If you hang on to each other, I quickly have problems with people who do not fit into my emotional image.
Interviewer: Who do you mean?
Joachim Witt: For example Prince Marcus. He does not imitate the attitude to life, which I mean by my own. His strongest collision with mine is in terms of the other people.
Interviewer: Do you mean his remarks about his work as a lude or his fumbling?
Joachim Witt: It was just hardcore. Actually, that does not bother me. But the penetrance over the period, was too hard, you could not simply turn it off. It goes on permanently on one level all the time
. It’s like a 1000-watt bulb instead of a 100-watt bulb. I then felt disturbed in my constitution and then retired.
Interviewer: Did you find that annoying?
Joachim Witt: Yes, I already thought so. I found some things funny, but in the long run that was too much. That was like a porn, which can be very tiring with the duration of the film. And then somehow you simply hit the stop button. And I had to do that with the nominations. It was just with me the least sympathy for him there.
Interviewer: Let’s get to another topic. Where does your fearlessness come from during your exams?
Joachim Witt: I’m relatively fearless about things like that by now. I did not know how to solve it before. I knew that I have a strong will and can concentrate very strongly. That’s the end of it.
Interviewer: They said that they can not have it, that they are filmed in private scenes like showering. How was it then?
Joachim Witt: That was all a lot more harmless than expected. That actually went.
Interviewer: How did you experience Jessica? The encounter with her must have felt like a generation shock to you.
Joachim Witt: It’s amazing that there are people who can show their physicality so outwardly. She is not stupid. But she’s someone who really wants to market her body. She is not my case, although I can talk to her about certain topics. But it’s not that I’d care to have a serious conversation. And at the moment not at all, since she is currently in entertainment mode. I think she has a strategy.
Interviewer: They were at times considered the quiet observer in the house.
Joachim Witt: I was more of the observer who did not want to get involved. I said my opinion in the consulting room, and I like to do so by a long shot. Anyway, I’m a guy who thinks about what he says three times. That’s why I’m authentic too.
Interviewer: Which feeling did you miss most?
Joachim Witt: I did not feel like saying goodbye. For me, the situation was pathetic in the end. The way I do not want to see myself in the end. This was then aggravated by the mood at the end in the basement again. You were already depressed anyway. That’s why I came to the idea of going and throwing. But I’m glad that I managed the turn and developed ambition to survive.
Interviewer: Were you too kind for the container?
Joachim Witt: No, I try to act fairly. Take a look at the situation with the poker chips. In the duel with Mario Basler I had deliberately set less to get back into the sewers, so I get the chance to master the challenge down there. I wanted to develop a new attitude towards the sewer system that I found shitty down there. I’ve had some downs in my life, but I’ve always gotten up.
Interviewer: Now Jessi and Frank are down. What happens now?
Joachim Witt: That’s all friendly. I have seen from the beginning that there is a twinned relationship between the two. One noticed immediately. You rarely have that, that two understand each other so well. But that’s a purely friendly level for me.
Interviewer: Her relationship with Isa was not the best. How so?
Joachim Witt: She is a very bizarre woman who looks like something from another star. I find that in some situations she behaved very awkwardly. The sticking point is that you can talk to Isa very well. But the way she communicates it to others, say with aggressive undertones, is not good. She did not make friends with that. That was the reason.
Interviewer: What will you not forget?
Joachim Witt: Well, the parties! They were great. I have experienced three hammer parties. That was fun. But when the cold came later, it was already blowing. You went to bed at four o’clock and got up at 9 in the morning.
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