May 15, 2008

Dagmar Krause

Canterbury Scene's most notable voice, Dagmar Krause (Slapp Happy, Henry Cow, Art Bears), in her solo debut, sings early twentieth century german theathre music by icons Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill and Hans Eisler. Although far from the rock scenario, Supply & Demand shows Krause's highest vocal qualities, in a no less joyful approach.

(1986) Supply & Demand / 160k
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4 comments:

Lucky said...

soidemersol - thx for this great share!! it took me a while to appreciate krause's style of singing, but once i got her humour, i was a fan. i posted her duo with marie goyette some time ago at my blog (in case you're interested - and doesn't have it already).

salute!

Lucky said...

hey - i just see that you're linking to my little bloggy. thx for that - done the same with yours! cheers

zardoz1984 said...

Hell of a blog here! Many delicious rarities. Got the same eclectic taste. Keep the groove & thx for sharing such beauties.

zardoz1983@gmail.com

PS: BTW, the link to Shellac - Billiardspielerlied seems outdated. Any way to fix it?

Anonymous said...

One of links (not rapidshares) contains part of a manga video (no porn, though).
not sure about having _ instead of __ in the name.

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