By Peter BirtwistlePublished Feb 15, 2018 09:33:22In this article from Reuters, electronic music pioneer, electro voice pioneer, Ralf Jäger discusses his career, what it’s like to live with depression, and what’s next for him.
By Peter BIRTWISEI was a young teenager in Germany when I met my husband in 1978.
We lived in a small town outside the capital Berlin, where we were still friends.
We shared an apartment in a beautiful, cosmopolitan city in Germany.
It was an extraordinary time to be married.
It’s a very good time for me now.
I’m not feeling depressed, I’m happy, I feel healthy and healthy and happy, and I am feeling fulfilled.
It was a good year for me.
We were living in Berlin for six months and had a wonderful time, we had our own car, we visited all the famous places in the city, and we got to travel around Germany.
We had a very nice life.
We were married in May 1981.
At the time, Germany was still in the throes of a terrible recession.
The German economy was in terrible shape.
The economy had shrunk by almost a third in the year that followed.
The economic crisis, in which people were forced to make difficult decisions about their working hours, meant that people were no longer able to pay their bills, and the money that they were supposed to send home to their families was often not enough.
That meant that unemployment was rising.
People were also being forced to cut back on their activities and on the things that they loved, such as music, film, and sport.
I was very interested in music.
I was into rock music, which was very popular in the late 1970s.
I listened to it at my age, but I didn’t understand it.
I thought it was very technical and quite complex, and it was difficult to understand.
So I was always very interested, and my first job was as a musician.
The second job was that of a secretary at a music festival.
The festival was in Cologne, Germany.
In that job I would go and pick up the mail and deliver it to the festival.
I would then come back home to my parents, who were in another city, or to my family in Frankfurt.
In the summer of 1983, when I was 18, my father, who was working in the local music hall, had a stroke.
He was not in a condition to work.
He would not be able to do anything.
The family was looking after his sick mother and his two older brothers, who needed help with their own medical bills.
The two older boys were in a wheelchair, so they were not able to go out of their room to go to the hospital.
I could go out and play piano and play the drums and I would be able, with my family, to keep going.
My parents were still alive, so I could keep playing.
That’s what I was doing, playing music.
That was my life.
It didn’t take long before I started doing music.
The first thing that I was interested in was classical music.
When I was 12 or 13, I listened and liked it, but at that time I had no idea what to listen to.
I had a really bad hip problem, so my mother had to go into the hospital for six weeks.
I got my hip checked, and then I got the hip checked again.
Then I had surgery and a hip replacement.
At that time, I was in a bad situation.
I had very little money, and so I had to work very hard.
The next thing that struck me was that I had started playing classical music as well.
I started playing with my mother.
The same thing happened to my brother.
In the beginning, it was not the same for them.
I liked the piano.
But then, they became interested in classical music and became very interested.
I became very good at it, and that made them really happy.
They played it at the piano concert, at concerts, and in concerts, so that’s when they started to buy instruments.
My mother was a very big concert promoter, and when I started working at the concert hall, it took me a while to make my living.
I still have a lot of debt.
The orchestra was the main source of income, but it was only one part of my life, and there were many other things that I enjoyed.
In concert halls, I would sing the songs of the symphonies and operas, as well as classical music, because I liked it.
The music I liked was classical.
I enjoyed classical music for the same reason that I loved playing music: I loved the sounds.
I loved listening to music.
The piano became my life’s passion.
I played it a lot.
I always had a lot in the car.
I drove around the country, and even though there was not much money in Germany, the car was always there