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Songs from the Last Century is the fourth studio album by the English singer-songwriter George Michael, released on 6 December 1999 by Aegean Records and Virgin Records. Produced by Phil Ramone and George Michael, it was his only album of cover versions. It consists mainly of old jazz standards plus new interpretations of more recent popular songs, such as "Roxanne" by the Police and "Miss Sarajevo" by U2 and Brian Eno with Luciano Pavarotti.
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Everything you need to know from the authority on music, entertainment, politics and pop culture. Daft Punk made the leap from the house and techno scene into fully realized pop music on this elastic disco epiphany, one of the decade’s most surprisingly influential songs. The French duo sprayed Eighties metal-guitar cheese all over the galaxy on One More Time, perfectly in step with the nostalgic mood of the moment, and the liberal use of talkbox presaged the rise of Auto-Tune. No one had done that since Michael Jackson’s Bad. Perry wrote the song with Max Martin and Dr. Luke in Santa Monica, building it around what she called a Chaka Khan fierce little beat. As she also said, I want people to kind of like think of me as that pinpoint poster in their room, or hopefully I can invade their dreams.
Things go seriously astray only with the bonus track, an inexplicable version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah by Capezzuto, but those hooked on the album's ideas by then will be inclined to accept it as the kind of excess that comes with original projects. The future of early music?
|1||Music For A While||3:23|
|2||Now That The Sun Hath Veil'd His Light (An Evening Hymn On A Ground)||3:15|
|3||If Music Be The Food Of Love||3:42|
|4||Thyris And Milla||1:44|
|5||She Straight Her Light Green Silken Coats||1:25|
|6||With My Love My Live Was Nestled||1:43|
|7||Sleep, Slumbring Eyes||5:05|
|8||O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Roaming?||1:34|
|9||It Was A Lover And His Lass||3:08|
|10||Jetzund Kömpt Die Nacht Herby||3:38|
|11||Ach Liebste, Laß Uns Eilen||2:35|
|12||Dort Saß Am Wasserstrande||1:51|
|13||Weibernehmen Ist Kein Pferdekauf||5:28|
|Johann Wolfgang Franck|
|14||Gottes Wacht Bringt Gute Nacht||2:19|
|15||Der Gedank' Macht Seelen Krank||2:33|
|16||The Right Honourable Robert, Earl Of Essex, His Galliard For Solo Lute||1:58|
|17||Time Stands Still||3:45|
|18||Flow Not So Fast, Ye Fountains||2:31|
|20||Can She Excuse My Wrongs||2:57|
|21||Come Again: Sweet Love Doth Now Invite||2:21|
|22||In Darkness Let Me Dwell||3:41|
|23||Flow, My Tears||4:02|
|24||Fine Knacks For Ladies||2:41|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Edel Classics GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Edel Classics GmbH
- Made By – Optimal Media Production
- Recorded At – St. Michael, Alxing
- Co-producer – Bayerischer Rundfunk
- Composed By – Gabriel Voigtländer (tracks: 12, 13), Henry Purcell (tracks: 1 to 3), Johann Nauwach (tracks: 10, 11), Johann Wolfgang Franck (tracks: 14, 15), John Dowland (tracks: 16 to 24), Thomas Morley (tracks: 4 to 9)
- Cover [Design] – Gerd Schröder
- Engineer – Anton Billmayer
- Executive-Producer [Bayerischer Rundfunk] – Oswald Beaujean
- Executive-Producer [Edel Classics] – Bettina Gerber
- Liner Notes – Susi Hudak-Lazic
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – J & M Berridge
- Lute, Theorbo – Michael Freimuth
- Producer, Edited By – Pauline Heister
- Tenor Vocals – Christoph Genz
NotesRecording: 3.-6. 6. 2002, Kath. Kirche St. Michael, Alxing
℗ 2002, © 2005
Digipak including a 22-p. booklet
Total time: 70:24
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 782124124526
- Label Code: LC 06203
Performer: Christoph Genz
Title: Music For A While: Lute Songs From The 17th Century
Date of release: 2005
Size MP3: 1761 mb
Size FLAC: 1994 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: MP2 APE MPC DMF AC3 DTS ASF