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Music video by Scorpions performing Wind Of Change. Vertigo, Mercury. ALBUM PERFORMERS. Wind Of Change. I follow the Moskva Down to Gorky Park Listening to the wind of change An August summer night Soldiers passing by Listening to the wind of change. The world is closing in Did you ever think That we could be so close, like brothers The future's in the air I can feel it everywhere Blowing with the wind of change. Take me to the magic of the moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow dream away in the wind of change. Walking down the street Distant memories Are buried in the past forever I follow the M. Wind of Change is a power ballad by the West German rock band Scorpions, recorded for their eleventh studio album, Crazy World 1990. The song was composed and written by the band's lead singer Klaus Meine and produced by Keith Olsen and the band. The lyrics were composed by Meine following the band's visit to the USSR at the height of perestroika, when the enmity between the communist and capitalist blocs subsided concurrently with the promulgation of large-scale socioeconomic reforms in the USSR. Wind of Change. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Wind of ChangeOriginally Performed By The Scorpions Karaoke Version With Background Vocals. Wind of Change is a 1990 power ballad written by Klaus Meine, lead vocalist of the German hard rockmetal band Scorpions. It appeared on their 1990 album Crazy World, but did not become a worldwide hit single until 1991, when it topped the charts in Germany and across Europe, and hit 4 in the United States and 2 in the United Kingdom. Live renditions of the song later appeared on the 1995 live album Live Bites, on their 2000 album Moment of Glory, with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and on their 2001 unplugged album Acoustica. Meine was reportedly inspired to writ read more. Wind of Change may have been written in 1989, but it wasn't published until November 1990, when it appeared on the album Crazy World. The single release came even later, in February 1991. Everything had already happened by then, Schumacher said. Schumacher doesn't find it suspicious that Wind of Change was Meine's first composition. The Moscow Music Peace Festival must have been very special for everybody who was there, especially for a German band. That a musician would place himself in that moment and write a song about it - I don't find that absurd. Scorpions - Wind Of Change 1990. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Hard Rock. Group Compilation. Songs in album Scorpions - Wind Of Change 1990. Scorpions - Wind Of Change Unavailable. Scorpions - Send Me An Angel Unavailable. Scorpions - Restless Nights Unavailable. Wind of Change was the perfect song at the perfect moment for Scorpions - a lighter-waving ballad whose lyrics captured the zeitgeist at a time of immense political upheaval, and became an anthem for the end of the Cold War in the bargain. In fact, partly due to the its video, Wind of Change is commonly associated with the fall of the Berlin Wall - but as the band members told Rolling Stone in a recently published oral history of the track, it was actually inspired by events that took place well before the Wall started coming down in late 1989. by Scorpions. Album: Crazy World 1990. Charted: 2 4. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The Wind of Change that was blowing was the fall of the Soviet Union, which is what the song is about, but when the Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989, the song became the unofficial anthem for the German Reunification, an event that politically lasted from the fall Wall to the official reunification on October 3, 1990 The Scorpions are a German