rapped in a hotel bathrobe and sipping red wine, Leslie Feist brandishes a tiger finger puppet and makes it say, "Hi, I am Fräulein Forever Jet-Lagged!
" The Canadian singer-songwriter, 35, is in Germany to promote her new album, , due out October 4th.
“We’ve just recently expanded to having a tour manager, but before that, it was just us in a Prius,” she says laughing.
Die Sängerin Leslie Feist verwandelt wie keine Zweite persönliche Gefühle in Musik und in Texte.
Nach einer dunklen Zeit in ihrem Leben kehrt sie jetzt ins Rampenlicht zurück.
“I asked him to make a Mountain Man remix, and then he actually did a good job - which is very rare with remixes, particularly people that you don’t know that well,” she explains.
“Nick and I were Internet friends, but we weren’t actually really ‘friends’ yet.
Since at least the 14th century, Gompertz has been used as a forename in association with Mordechai & Ephraim, and in Hebrew double names.
Early forename and surname alternatives include Gimbel, Gimpel, Gompers, Gompert, Gomperz, Gumpel, Gumpert, Gumpertz, Gumplein, Gumplin, Gumprecht, Kompert and Kumpert. Esterson, Ra'anana, Israel, [email protected]; note this link is no longer operative as at 24 March 2014] The Gatherers, Vol.3, Issue 1, Spring 2002, Newsletter of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Bergen County, New Jersey, USA, “What’s in a Name?
The author alone is responsible for the contents of this study.
The name Gompertz (with spelling variations and alternatives) derives from Old German Gundbert.
The seeds for the duo (their name is taken from the Swords and Sorcery video game) were initially sown four years ago, when the pair crossed paths at a gig at The Cactus Club in Milwaukee.