Parber & Kerstein / Stories From The Heart


Denmark is said to be one of the cetre of good music and I rediscovered one of the hidden Danish treasure in 2001. The treasure was the Parber & Kerstein's early 1990's debut album "Stories From The Heart" produced by Morten Munch (ex."Skagerak"). This one was the only album of Parber & Kerstein. However, they were still active songwriters and were expected to release their brand-new album as the Parber Kerstein Band sometime early 2000’s, but don’t know whether they did. As a matter of fact, Parber & Kerstein released a CD-single "Once In A Lifetime" featuring Tommy Rasmussen (ex-Skagarak) on vocals, the anthem for the official ITU Triathlon World Championship 2001, taken place on the 4th- 5th August 2001 in Fewdericia Denmark. Parber & Kerstein shown how the Scandinavian good hard progressive Westcoast music should be! Target Records Germany reissued the album "Stories From The Heart" with the then brand-new single "Once In A Lifetime" as a bonus track.

Release: 1991
Label: Pinapple Records,Denmark (CD9101)

1. Intro
2. Keep On Waiting
3. You Could Be The Last
4. I'll Love You Forever
5. Talk Too Much
6. Love Don't Come Easy
7. Open Up Your Heart
8. The World Keeps On Turning
9. Give It From The Heart
10. Moving In Circles
11. In Your Eyes
12. Angel

Bonus Track(s) added to Reissued CD(s):
2001 Target Records, Germany (TARGET0110 released on November, 2001)
13. Once In A Lifetime

Producer: Morten Munch

Parber & Kerstein:
Jan Parber: Vocals, Background Vocals, Keyboards
Jes Kerstein: Guitars, Keyboards

- Musicians -
Morten Munch: Keyboards, Bass, Background Vocals, Guitars
Tommy Rasmussen: Vocals, Background Vocals, Keyboards
Carsten Kolster: Drums
Jan Kaspersen: Sax
Ole Hansen: Piano
Jesper Gruschy: Sax