Malör Malör – Terz ‎– 710005 G Germany 1985

Malör ‎– Malör



Terz ‎– 710005 G

Malör [maˈløːɐ̯], a German notation of the French term Malheur [maˈlœʀ] what could be translated with mishap. The formation was accrued off the Cologne trade union scene. Songs about solidarity and the fight for reduction in working hours (35-Stunden-Woche). Social criticism lyrics delivered on very funky, sometimes appears Balearic, sounds. Keyboard instruments, flute, saxophone, groovy bass lines and the catchy union-choir. I would say that there is absolute no Malör to discover.

35-Stunden-Woche poster (Picture from
Design by Wilhelm Zimmermann



A1 Nebel (3:43)
A2 Wunschvogel (5:11)
A3 Revier (3:15)
A4 Bali (3:56)
A5 Ergebnis (2:449

B1 Äthiopien (4:15)
B2 Unsicheres Lied (3:01)
B3 Stunden (2:57)
B4 Hände (3:45)
B5 Müll (7:20)


Artwork By – raZZia
Drums – Andreas Roos
Electric Bass, Vocals – Fritz Scheyhing
Electric Guitar – Peter Jämmrich
Engineer – Paul Grau
Flute, Saxophone – Geo Schaller
Guitar, Vocals – Bernd Bobisch
Music By – Annegret Keller (tracks: A1 to B5), Fritz Scheyhing (tracks: A4)
Photography – Hajo
Piano – Annegret Keller
Vocals – Biggi Wanninger, Jochen Kolenda, Marion Radtke, Mo Leyendeckers, Urs Kirfel

Ⓟ 1985 terz/Verlag “pläne” GmbH, Dortmund