dimanche 2 mai 2010

Blood Axis / Andrew King Split EP

En attendant la sortie du nouvel album de Blood Axis "Born Again" et celui d'Andrew King "Deus Ignotus" voici un EP qui propose des versions alternatives d'un morceau de chaque album.
C'est sorti chez Tesco en début d'année et déjà sold out partout donc profitez en ;)
J'ai scanné l'insert avec les paroles et les traductions mais les paroles étant imprimées en gris le scan est pas terrible, enfin c'est toujours ça !

Here's an EP containing alternate mixes of one track of Blood Axis' forthcoming album "Born Again" and one from Andrew King's "Deus Ignotus"
This is sold-out everywhere and already a collector so, enjoy ;)

A. Blood Axis - The Dream
B. Andrew King - Froleichen So Well Wir

Download Link :  http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TRH35QN3

 INFOS: Released January 2010 Ltd.ed. of 500. The 1st new track by Blood Axis after many years, here sharing a 7" with the English ballad singer and radical traditionalist Andrew King. The unifying theme of this release is the poetry of the German Middle Ages. Blood Axis interprets a startlingly modern existential lament by the Minnesinger Walther von der Vogelweide (12th-13th centuries), who is considered to be the most important German-speaking poet of the period. Andrew King interprets a tortured love song by the Austrian figure Oswald von Wolkenstein (14th-15th centuries). Both lyricists can be seen as examples of a distinctive and long-enduring southern Germanic courtly poetic tradition. Unique to each track is the fact that the modern artists are presenting songs in the original "Mittelhochdeutsch," or Middle High German, the language spoken during the time of the Hohenstaufen emperors and an ancestor of modern German. It is fascinating to hear how well both interpreters are able to pronounce this difficult old language, and how closely their own music suits these painfully romantic lyrics from other times and places. An outstanding release that shows how it is possible to work with tradition in a way that is both illuminating and entertaining. The cover features the famous medieval portraits of the poets Walther and Oswald, and a detailed insert sheet provides the original lyrics along with faithful translations into modern English by Michael Moynihan

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