In 1966 German singer Freddy Quinn had a top 10 hit with "100 Mann und ein Befehl“. Filled with lyrics that describe the futility of warfare and the hopelessness for the common soldier and his beloved ones back home. There are no winners, only losers. Unfortunately, this topic is still relevant. Bodyguerra released their version of this tune as a bonus track on their latest release "Fire & Soul“. A hommage to singer Ela Sturm´s late father, one of his favourite tunes. Sad but true, the actual situation shows that warfare and destruction is still a method of politics. Bodyguerra releases now a version with translated lyrics under the titel "100 Men And One Command“, connected with a request to donate for the organisation "Ärzte ohne Grenzen“ (Doctors Without Borders).
Empfänger: Ärzte ohne Grenzen
IBAN: DE72 3702 0500 0009 7097 00 BIC: BFSWDE33XXX
Verwendungszweck: Spendenaktion Bodyguerra
"Being an artist, we can´t change politics. But in connection with many many companions, we can lift a sign for hope, helping the suffering people and hopefully mankind will learn to live in peace“.