Moby - Recorded Live In Berlin album flac
- Album: Recorded Live In Berlin
- FLAC: 1119 mb | MP3: 1201 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Alternative Rock, House, Blues Rock, Downtempo
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 107
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|Recorded Live In Berlin||(104:07)|
|1.1||A Seated Night||3:26|
|1.2||Shot In The Back Of The Head||3:54|
|1.8||We Are All Made Of Stars||4:38|
|1.9||Walk With Me||2:56|
|1.10||Find My Baby||6:13|
|1.13||Wait For Me||4:52|
|1.14||New Dawn Fades
Written-By – Ian Curtis
|1.17||Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?||4:32|
Written-By – Neil Young
|1.20||Disco Lies Reggae||5:22|
|1.21||Lift Me Up||6:09|
- Bass [Uncredited] – Svetlana Vassileva
- Congas, Guitar, Keyboards [Uncredited] – Moby
- Drums [Uncredited] – Andy Treacey
- Guitar, Keyboards [Uncredited] – Joe Rogers
- Keyboards [Uncredited] – Kelli Scarr
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Joy Malcolm (tracks: 5, 9, 10, 15, 17, 18, 20, 21,), Kelli Scarr (tracks: 3, 4, 6, 8, 13, 16, 18, 19, 21), Moby (tracks: 4, 7, 8, 12, 14, 18, 21)
NotesBeen recorded on 23/06/2009 in the "Heimathafen Berlin-Neukölln".
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Moby, recorded and filmed at AB - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels on 04/09/09 ww. bconcerts. Повторите попытку позже.
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Detroit-Berlin: A Techno Alliance," went the subtitle of an early compilation on the latter city's Tresor Records, and in the early Nineties that alliance reshaped dance music into something tougher, meaner and more minimalist. V2. 5. Moby, ‘Play’ (V2, 1999). The album that soundtracked a jillion car commercials: After being the biggest presence on the US rave scene throughout the Nineties, Moby enjoyed an unlikely mainstream breakthrough by marrying ambient beats to old gospel and blues samples. Tracks like "Honey" and "Natural Blues" evoke a Delta speakeasy with a Genius Bar, and "Porcelain" unfurls easy-listening mastercraft.
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