Featuring some of Schiller’s most restrained, stripped-down production output, the largely dreamlike "Sehnsucht" is formatted like his other studio albums, with vocal and instrumental tracks both part of the makeup. However, several tracks are ambient in the truest sense, consisting strictly of atmospheric wash and no beats. The album features collaboration with several established artists like Xavier Naidoo, Jaël, Kim Sanders, and Klaus Schulze among others.
After the success of the Yellow Cube and the Black Box, the 3rd box will once again travel the musical planet Nova in all directions and at all times since the 50s.
On A Queen of Hearts, French-American vocalist Rosemary Standley, better known as the singer for the band Moriarty, turns her vocal talents to the cabaret era. In 2013, she performed in the musical A Queen of Hearts directed by Juliette Deschamps at the Theatre de la Bastille. Afterward, she and pianist Sylvain Griotto took the show on the road. Here, she slips into the skin of a star and evokes memories of Marlene Dietrich, Marilyn Monroe, Nina Simone and Billie Holiday.
This set includes everything from Sedaka's first ultra-rare Melba session to the end of his RCA contract in 1966. Also features many unissued recordings, as well as a number of recordings previously only available in electronic stereo, but now remixed by Bill Inglot into true stereo for the first time. In addition, it contains all his German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, and Hebrew recordings, including previously unissued German, Spanish, and Japanese recordings.
Zazí is a female trio from The Netherlands. Their music can be described as “eccentric pop/folk, with a tinge of French chanson and a jazzy edge”…