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Categorie archives: Avantgarde Opera

  • Tuesday December 22, 2009

    Lost in the stars, front, cd size

    In 1985 we had this pleasant surprise. I never thought I would
    appreciate this type of music before it. ‘Lost in the Stars’ is
    the name of this project in which many famous artists do an
    interpretation of a Kurt Weill song. Something different for a
    change. I used to spin it quite a lot in those days. We’ll round
    up this year, posting a mixture of styles, for now, enjoy this.


    1 Steve Weisberg – Mahagonny Songspiel
    2 Sting and Dominic Muldowney – The Ballad of Mack the Knife
    3 The Fowler Brothers with Stanard Ridgway – The cannon song
    4 Marianne Faithful and Chris Spedding – Ballad of the soldiers wife
    5 Van Dyke Parks – Johnny Johnson medley
    6 Ralph Shuckett & co. – Alabama song
    7 Armadillo String Quartet – Youkali tango
    8 John Zorn – Der kleine leutnant des lieben gottes
    9 Lou Reed – September song
    10 Carla Bley with Phil Woods – Lost in the stars
    11 Tom Waits – What keeps mankind alive ?
    12 Dagmar Krause – Surabaya Johnny
    13 Johnny Adams & Aaron Neville – Oh heavenly salvation
    14 Todd Rundgren & Gary Windo – Call from the grave
    15 Charlie Haden & Sharon Freeman – Speak low
    16 Van Dyke Parks – In no man’s land


    Posted by Moos
    at 9:23 PM