However Alois Bröder has stolen the show with his cycle on child verses collected by Ernest Borneman: Wir machen keinen langen Mist. These verses which break taboos fixed by adults, are droll, funny and impudent to below the belt. Bröder composes not along the text but rather the astonishment such as the frightening in view of such verbal erotic suggestivenesses – exquisitely represented from the singer, while at this the two instrumentalists are pronging ironically the words with mostly short objections.

Heinz Zietsch
(in: Darmstädter Echo, 15.2.1991)