on life, music etc beyond mainstream

2017 3 Nov

Il faut aimer les femmes

von: Lajla Nizinski Filed under: Blog | TB | 7 Comments

  1. Maria Callas La Mamma Morta
  2. Joni Mitchell A case of you
  3. Fairuz Eh Fi Amal
  4. Anne Clark Our darkness
  5. Aimee Mann Wise up
  6. Lucinda Williams Ghost of highway 20
  7. Leni Stern The guitar
  8. Ricky Lee Jones Satellites
  9. Mercedes Sosa Gracias a la vida
  10. Tamar Diesendruck Dagger
  11. Chrissie Hynde Spiritual high
  12. Oum Kalthoum Leile wa Leila
  13. Regine Chassange Mountains beyond mountains
  14. KD Lang’s Crying
  15. Gretchen Politically incorrect
  16. Justina Repeckaite Tapisserie
  17. Barbara Göttingen
  18. Xenaki Rebouts B
  19. Sheryl Crow Alone in the park
  20. Sinead O‘ Connor This is a rebel song


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  1. ijb:

    Ich ergänze:

  2. Lajla Nizinski:

    Ingo. Das ist eine schöne Ergänzung. Wie unterstützend Fiona für O‘ Connor ist! Von Fiona Apple gefällt mir „Shadow Boxer“ gut.

  3. uwe Meilchen:

    Tori Amos ? P.J. Harvey ? Diamanda Galas ?

  4. Ian M:

    These are some of my fave listens:

    Tori Amos – The Beekeeper
    Heidi Berry – Miracle
    Kate Bush – Hounds of Love
    Jerry Burns – Jerry Burns
    Róisín Murphy – Overpowered
    Sarah Cracknell – Lipslide
    Kesarbai Kerkar – [check out any available compilations – really amazing]

  5. Lajla:

    Formidable, Uwe et Ian. You mentioned two wonderwomen: Diamanda Galas offers a world full of inspirations, which make you strong. I admire her as much as Meredith Monk.

    Kerkar is a huge Indian voice with the smell of Mumbai, like cassandra’s Sirene, very impressing.

  6. Brian Whistler:

    A very eclectic list! Glad to see Joni represented on there, along with Mercedes Sosa.

    I would add Esperanza, who is becoming a serious songwriter besides a wonderful composer/instrumentalist. She continues to surprise. Her late album, the Devolution of Emily didn’t get much attention, but has some groundbreaking moments.

  7. Lajla:

    Voilà, Brian, thank you for mentioning a lady out of the jazzthing. Though Esperanza rocks the artworld on so many different stages. What a talent!

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