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  1. 97 reviews of Crazy Otto's Diner "Tried out this restaurant for breakfast on Mon., 01/06/19 at approximately AM. I walked away incredibly happy. The portions were large and delicious. LOCATION/ENVIRONMENT: The restaurant is located in a 4/5(97).
  2. Wear your Crazy Otto's hat or shirt and get 20% off your meal! (not valid with any other coupon) Breakfast Specials All breakfast plates are served with hash browns and choice of toast or biscuit and gravy. Add an extra egg to any breakfast plate for only $ Omelettes. All omelettes include hash browns, choice of toast, or biscuits and.
  3. Medley 1: Alexanders Ragtime Band, Music Music, Twelfth Street Rag, Bugle Call Rag, Harry Lime Medley 2: Whispering, Some Of These Days, In The Mood, Linger Awhile, I Can't Give You.
  4. "The Crazy Otto Medley" is a ragtime medley, originally arranged and recorded by the German comic performer Fritz Schulz-Reichel under the pseudonym of "Der schräge Otto" aka "Crazy Otto". The best-known version is a recording made by pianist Johnny Maddox.
  5. 1-CD mit seitigem Booklet, 29 Einzeltitel. Spieldauer ca. 79 Minuten. In the worldwide success story of 'Crazy Otto' opera.zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.infoinfo amusing and catchy series of songs turned composer-pianist Fritz Schulz-Reichel into 'Crazy Otto', and very soon his records were sought after everywhere.
  6. Crazy Otto - Discography USA: 25 Records: Germany 41 USA 25 Australia 16 UK 8 Canada 5 New Zealand 4 Spain 2 Denmark 1 France 1. All Records Click to View: Label: Cat# Date: Format: Comments: Rating: Value: Crazy Otto Crazy Otto Part 1 A1: Smiles A2: Glad Rag Doll B1: In The Mood B2: My Melancholy Bbay: Decca USA: ED EP.
  7. Crazy Otto was one of the stranger and more entertaining phenomenon in light jazz in the years after World War II. Born in Germany in , Fritz Schulz-Reichel was the son of a classical musician, and took up the piano at age six. By age eight, he had developed a unique style of performing, playing the melody with his left hand and the rhythm with his right.

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