Dagmar Krause -《Tank Battles: Songs of Hanns Eisler》[MP3!]

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专辑中文名Tank Battles: Songs of Hanns Eisler
歌手Dagmar Krause

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专辑类型:Avant-Prog 、Musical Theater、Political Folk、Prog-Rock/ Art Rock
专辑厂牌:Antilles New Direction


Dagmar Krause,1950年6月4日出生于德国汉堡,14岁便开始了她的歌手生涯,曾先后加入过Slapp Happy, Henry Cow和Art Bears等实验先锋乐团。也曾演绎过Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill和Hanns Eisler的音乐作品。她的嗓音迷离特出,别具风情,为她经历的乐队与个人作品打上了鲜明的烙印。

在这张专辑中Dagmar Krause用德英双语演绎了德国乐人Hans Eisler的作品。

It seems odd to consider the work of Dagmar Krause as specifically rock, mainly due to her superb talent singing non-rock popular music. It is because of her association with German progressive rockers Slapp Happy, and British avant-garde prog rockers Henry Cow and the Art Bears that Krause becomes a suitable subject for inclusion in guides to rock & roll. And, ultimately, that's a good thing, because talent as formidable as hers should not go unheard, nor should it be relegated to some arcane status ostensibly beyond the interests of the "average" rock fan. Simply, Dagmar Krause is a great singer, and you'd be wise to own some of her recordings. A native of Hamburg, Germany, Krause began her professional career at 14 as a nightclub singer in the Reeperbahn sex district (made infamous by the wanton exploits of the pre-fame Beatles). At the time, Hamburg, along with numerous sex joints and prostitution, had a thriving avant-garde arts scene that attracted numerous European musicians interested in pursuing aesthetic freedom and musical experimentation. It was here she met Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad and formed Slapp Happy.

Radical in both music and politics, the band relocated to London in the early '70s, eventually joining forces with progressives Henry Cow. After Cow's demise in 1980, Krause teamed up with former-bandmates guitarist Fred Frith and drummer Chris Cutler in the wonderfully anarchic Art Bears, who disbanded after three excellent records. Turning to solo work, Krause, in 1978, starred in a London production of the Bertolt Brecht/Kurt Weill play Mahagonny. As much as anything she'd sung up to this point, Krause's elegant alto was perfectly suited to the emotionally and politically charged music of Brecht and Weill. Embracing this German song tradition with gusto, Krause went on to record the most stunning work of her career, culminating in two extraordinary releases, Supply and Demand and Tank Battles (the latter the music of Hans Eisler), that are eloquent arguments for Krause's eminence as a singer in the German song tradition (something for which she doesn't receive enough credit).

As a vocalist, Krause is arguably something of an acquired taste. Her husky, vibrato-laden alto can suddenly swoop into a breathtaking upper register with a power that belies her small, frail physique. Her English singing retains a heavy German accent, but whether she sings in German or English (which she often does on the same record), she retains her impeccable phrasing and ability to inject the most oft-heard lyric with almost palpable emotion. In fact, Dagmar Krause belongs in the pantheon of great contemporary European singers along with June Tabor and Anne Briggs. Unfortunately, Krause's last record, Tank Battles, was not released in the U.S. A sad state of affairs for such a talented vocalist.


01. Song of the Whitewash
02. (I Read About) Tank Battles
03. You Have to Pay
04. Chanson Allemande
05. Ballad of the Sackslingers
06. Mother Beimlein
07. Perhaps Song
08. Lied von der Belebeden Wirkung des Geldes (The Song of the ...)
09. Mankind
10. Bettellied
11. Song of a German Mother
12. Change the World - It Needs It
13. Bankenlied (Banking Song)
14. Legende von der Entstehung des Buches Taoteking (Legend of the ...)
15. Balad Of (Bourgoise) Welfare
16. Mother's Hands
17. Berlin 1919
18. And I Shall Never See Again
19. Genevieve: Ostern Ist ein Ball Sur Seine (Genevieve: Easter There Is a
20. Wise Woman and the Soldier
21. Failure in Loving
22. Endlich Stirbt
23. Rat Men - Nightmare
24. Homecoming
25. Trenches
26. To a Little Radio
27. Panzerschlacht [*]
28. Vielleicht Lied [*]
29. Der Mensch [*]
30. Lied von der Deutschen Mutter [*]
31. Mutterns Hände [*]
32. Spartacus 1919 [*]
33. Ich Werde Nicht Mehr Sehen [*]
34. Die Heimkehr [*]
35. Der Graben [*]
36. Den Kleinen Radioapparat [*]







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