25.000 nautical miles, 225 musicians, 31 countries, 2 buddies, 1 dream

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Sailing Conductors

Blown Away

Music, Miles & Magic

Our film is finally finished. It describes our four and a half year journey around the world by boat and bus and tells the story of all the adventures we experienced. It is all about the wonderful people we met, about freedom and friendship, and about how music magically connects everything.
We'll be live on tour with our movie! There will be music and some more stories to tell. For the whole shedule and tickets look on our tourpage.
dates and tickets

Music

Digital Download: 9 €
Limited double vinyl with a piece of Marianne's original 1976 sail: 30 €
6-panel gatefold high quality digipack compact disc: 15 €
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About Us

Videos

20 musicians recorded in 7 countries

We dedicated the song to those standing in solidarity against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.

Go to our shop to download the song for 1 € or more – All proceeds go to Standing Rock and its water protectors. “Your fate is what you create”.

Music & Lyrics: Jack Mantis – www.jackmantisband.com
Video Editing: Michael Schulze – www.jackhead.de
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Can’t help falling in love
Wir haben noch nie eine Coverversion aufgenommen, aber da Jack der größte Elvis Fan auf Erden ist (ohne zu übertreiben) und seine Version von "Can't ... weiterlesen
Travelling Man
Some of you guys may recognize: This is the first track on our brand new Sailing Conductors album "AAA"! This is the outcome when creative, talented and ... weiterlesen
Kalighata (Rain Clouds)
This is the first single of our upcoming album "AAA" which will be released on Friday the 13th of September. Hell to the yeah! I hope you enjoy it and ... weiterlesen

Artists

René Wooller (en)
Well, after all we are not alone out there - René is the first real yachtie we meet on out trip. The Australian sails with his wife Cerae on his ... weiterlesen
One night with George’s Family
That's where our mission began. Where we finally got our sailing boat "Marianne". Two weeks in Honiara and one day with George's Family. The kids sing ... weiterlesen
Natthapong Yutthanasirikul aka Jay (en)
Natthapong Yutthanasirikul, also known as Jay, plays violin in the "Siam Sinfonietta" orchestra in Bangkok. Just at the same time as we were in Hua Hin, ... weiterlesen
Nitin (en)
India is truly a fresh pool of amazing musicians. There wasn't a single day where we didn't meet one. Even on our last day in Mumbai when we had to take ... weiterlesen
Anntheresa at Unit 6
Marianne and her two young sailor men are on the open water again. As a last goodbye they want you to watch the brand new video "Anntheresa at Unit 6". ... weiterlesen
Ujjayinee Roy (en)
Fortunately we had scheduled a couple of days in Chennai, India, before our plane was to take us back to Sri Lanka, where our Marianne had been waiting ... weiterlesen

Route

(B)logbook

Of Piracy and Corruption
Pirates of the Carribean was pretty entertaining. ARG! However, most of you will know that still today, there are pirates out there who have managed to ... weiterlesen
Arrival in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
Hell yeah - we made it to Salvador! Two and a half weeks of the worst winds imaginable. No winds or just on the nose. And how lucky we are: Just tried to ... weiterlesen
Painting Marianne
After almost 2 years we eventually found someone to paint our logo onto Marianne. It was an awesome day even if we all got a bad sunburn and "influenced ... weiterlesen
Mayhem and destruction before our longest trip – our second accident
I guess it’s not AS bad as the title implies, but it was pretty chaotic. Sometimes everything goes wrong. We had initially wanted to leave Simons Town ... weiterlesen
Got ourselves a brand new girlfriend
We got ourselves a brand new girlfriend! So many miles with her to spend on our upcoming roadtrip cross country. She's younger but more experienced ... weiterlesen
Malaysia to Sri Lanka – A 1200 Mile Journey
Here we go. Ahead lies our longest journey so far. Onethousand and twohundred nautical miles from Georgetown, Malaysia to Galle, Sri Lanka. Six weeks of ... weiterlesen

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