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Meret Becker & Ars Vitalis – Nachtmahr (1998)

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Meret Becker & Ars Vitalis – Nachtmahr (1998)

Artist: Meret Becker & Ars Vitalis
Title Of Album: Nachtmahr
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Philips 538 082-2
Genre: Avantgarde
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 99 MB | 346 MB
Total Time: 60:39
Website: Discogs

01. Vive La Trance (6:35)
02. Lolita (6:06)
03. Prise De Tête (4:22)
04. Geistgestört (6:11)
05. Das Vögelchen (4:45)
06. Bobinke (4:16)
07. Ballade Vom Kleinen Meretlein (7:21)
08. Marsch Nō 667 (2:19)
09. Das Blanke Wesen (2:54)
10. Für Irland (5:37)
11. Im Bauch (4:34)
12. Traum Vom Gesichtertausch (5:42)

Meret Becker: Vocals, Piano, Accordion, Bottle Organ, Saw
Alexander Hacke: Guitar, Banjo, Marimbatable, Computer, Backing Vocals, Production
Thomas Stern: Bass
Moritz Wolpert: Drums
Bob Rutman: Steel Cello, Bow Chime (1,7,10,11,12)
Sebastian Hess: Cello (1,2,4,5,7)
Simon Pomarat: Percussion (1,4,6,7)
Ars Vitalis: Brass (3,6,8,12)
Ed Csupkay: Fiddle (6,10)
Otto Sander: Narrator (7)
Buddy Sacher: Guitar (8)
Dorothy Carter: Hurdy Gurdy (10)
The marimbatable was conceived and constructed by Andrew Chudy.
Bob Rutman invented, built and played the steel cello and bow chime.

Biography from Wikipedia:
Meret Becker is the daughter of the actors Monika Hansen and Rolf Becker. She is the sister of Ben Becker, stepdaughter of Otto Sander and granddaughter of Claire Schlichting. She was married 1996 to Alexander Hacke (member of a band Einstürzende Neubauten), who also contributed to her music albums, such as Noctambule.They separated in 2000, divorced in 2002. She was a guest musician on Einstürzende Neubauten's album Ende Neu, singing one of the band's mellowest songs - "Stella Maris" - in a duet with Blixa Bargeld. She also appears in a video of "Stella Maris" and in 2000 Meret and Bargeld performed this song live at the Neubauten's 20th anniversary concert in Berlin. She played the character Erna Eggstein in the 1997 German film "The Harmonists". A year later, in 1998, she gave several performances along with Nina Hagen. The short but sold-out tour was titled "Wir heißen beide Anna" in which both Becker and Hagen sang several songs by Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill. Meret has since recorded two more albums, Nachtmahr and Fragile. Just like the first album, both of them contain songs, poetry and short stories, played with unusual instruments and avant-garde arrangements. In 1993, she appeared as the female singer in the U2 video for Stay (Faraway, So Close!). In 2005 she was a supporting actress in the film Munich, directed by Steven Spielberg.

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