Diamanda Galas - Untitled album flac
Style: Dark Ambient, Abstract, Musique Concrète, Speech, Power Electronics
MP3 album: 1409 mb
FLAC album: 1869 mb
Other formats: VQF VOX FLAC VOC DMF DMF MP1
Genre: Electronic / Not albums
The album's first track, "Panoptikon" (named after Panopticon, a type of prison building designed to allow all areas of a prison to be seen from one vantage point), deals with imprisonment, isolation, torture and extreme alienation as well as homicidal mania and vengeance. It incorporates tape, electronic manipulations and distortion
Diamanda Galás (August 29, 1955, San Diego, USA) is a Greek American performance artist, singer, pianist and composer. Living in New York City since 1989, Galás was born from Greek Anatolian parents, who always encouraged her gift for piano. From early on she studied both classical and jazz, accompanying her father’s gospel choir before joining his New Orleans-style band, and performing as a piano soloist with the San Diego Symphony at 14.
Diamanda Galás (August 29, 1955, San Diego, USA) is a Greek American performance artist, singer, pianist and composer.
film premiere: schrei 27.
Diamanda Galas biography Diamanda Gal�s was born in 1955 to Greek orthodox parents and was raised in San Diego, California. Her musical path began at an early age with studies of jazz and classical music. Her father, a professor of Greek mythology, who used to play the bass and the trombone in a jazz band was the one to introduce her to the world of music - jazz, Greek and Arab music - and they played music together; she on the piano without singing as her father objected strongly to the idea of a woman singing. An album she wrote about people who suffered and died for their beliefs, mixed with texts from French poets, such as Baudelaire, Nerval and Corbiere. This isn't a coincidence as this love for writings and poets has been due to her brother (as has been mentioned above).
Untitled - Diamanda Galás.
Diamanda Galás (born August 29, 1955) is a Greek-American avant-garde performance artist, vocalist, and composer. Galás was born and raised in San Diego, California, USA. Galás is known for being a fiercely confrontational avant-garde performer and is noted for her wailing, four-octave vocal range.
The Litanies of Satan is the debut album by American avant-garde artist Diamanda Galás, released in the United Kingdom by Y Records in 1982; it was released in her home country in 1989. The text for "The Litanies of Satan" is taken from a section of Les Fleurs du Mal by Charles Baudelaire.
Studio album by. Diamanda Galás. The album's first track, "Panoptikon" (named after Panopticon, a type of prison building designed to allow all areas of a prison to be seen from one vantage point), deals with imprisonment, isolation, torture and extreme alienation as well as homicidal mania and vengeance. It incorporates tape, electronic manipulations and distortion. It was composed by Diamanda Galas, with additional lyrics from In the Belly of the Beast by criminal and author Jack Abbott.
|A||Eyes Without Blood: Wild Women With Steaknives||16:55|
|B||Tragouthia Apo To Aima Exoun Fonos - Song From The Blood Of Those Murdered||17:30|
- Recorded At – Ionizations
- Composed By [Music Composed By], Performer [Music Performed By] – Diamanda Galás
- Producer [Produced By], Recorded By – Ed Herrmann
NotesRecorded live at Ionizations, KOPN-FM, October 1981.
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