|My Life Is A Boogie||Inga Rumpf|
|Release Date||February 1978|
|Cover Art Credits|
|There's Always One Who Loves You||Rumpf||4:06||Uhu Music|
|This Night||Rumpf||3:00||Uhu Music|
|from linernotes of "The Best of All My Years So Far"(IMS 7037 WR)|
Inga Rumpf gathered new impressions, which she ingeniously transformed in February 1978
with her brilliant comeback 'My Life ia a Boogie'.
Accompanied by excellent British studio professionals like
Paul Carrack(keyboards), Neil Hubbard (guitar) and Alan Spenner (bass),
who used to play in Joe Coker's backing band,
she offered pure and passionate ryhthm and blues.
On a subsequent three-week tour, it was lastingly demonstrated that
she could take on the highly acclaimed female newcomers of the German rock scene.
Christian Graf, 1977