Orchester Fred Rabold ‎– Eine lustige Ballonfahrt


Orchester Fred Rabold ‎
Eine lustige Ballonfahrt

Fred Rabold Musikproduktion ‎– FR 2300

Hard Top

Groovy high spirits instrumental Soul tune with absorbing tempo-breaks and horn steps. The only thing you could missing is the deep whistling voice of Barry White. Funny and funky tune written by the German Library music composer Horst Abel.

Orchester Fred Rabold

Fred Rabold, father of Jazz artist Frederic Rabold, was a German Jazz composer, trumpeter, and Big Band leader. With his own publishing company he released his self arranged and produced records. Musical its BIG BAND SOUND from genres like Jazz, Latin, Funk, Soul … often Easy Listening and sometimes over the edge to German Blasmusik. He delivered entertaining music for several tastes. But irrespective of taste all this Rabold private press releases are very rare. Small editions for local radio stations, self published records with artworks reminding optical to records from Library Music labels.


A1 Lustige Ballonfahrt (2.08)
A2 Herrliche Blumen (Beautiful Flowers) (3.07)
A3 Swinging Promenade (2.52)
A4 Zärtliche Worte (2.12)
A5 Brother Lightfoot (2.30)
A6 California-Trip (2.32)
A7 Smiling Eyes (2.06)
A8 Salida (Abfahren)(1.59)

B1 Pretty Good Choice (2.06)
B2 Nächstes Mal (2.22)
B3 Shuffle Girl (2.04)
B4 Trumpet Serenade (2.27)
B5 Music Is My Hobby (2.33)
B6 Besos Por Sylvie (2.49)
B7 Duchess (2.19)
B8 Hard Top (2.59)


Arranged By – Dominique Rabold (tracks: A8), Fred Rabold (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A6, A7, B1 to B4, B7), Horst Abel (tracks: B8), Manfred Minnich (tracks: A3), René Brossi (tracks: A5, B5, B6)
Trumpet [Solo] – Frederic Rabold (tracks: B4)
Written-By – Bert Heri (tracks: A5), Boris Schoska (tracks: A3), Dominique Rabold (tracks: A8), Frank Holfert (tracks: B3), Fred Rabold (tracks: A1, B2, B4), Fred Seltzer (tracks: B2), Frederic Rabold (tracks: B4), Georg String (tracks: B7), Heinz Buchold (tracks: A4), Heinz Jahr (tracks: A2), Hendric Haydegg (tracks: A6), Horst Abel (tracks: B8), Karl Lauterbach (tracks: B2), Ralf Heninger (tracks: A7), René Brossi (tracks: B6), Stephan Lauritz (tracks: B1), Walter Franz (tracks: B5)