Lahr.* ‎– Lyrical Amusement

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Mole Listening Pearls ‎– MOLE CD 011-2
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CD, Album
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1 Backyard Rising
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
3:55
2 Back From Paris
Text By – Lahr*Written By – Lahr/Baumgartner/LahrWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
4:40
3 Laughing Song
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
4:47
4 Love Set You Going
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
5:13
5 Blue Scarf Of Youth
Text By – Lahr*Written By – Lahr/Baumgartner/LahrWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
4:22
6 Song Of Innocence
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
6:57
7 Winter
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
3:14
8 Ships Will Disappear
Written By – Lahr/Baumgartner/RiesWritten-By – Lahr*, Ries*, Baumgartner*
4:51
9 Defective Poem
Written By – Lahr/BaumgartnerWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*
2:12
10 Lyrical Amusement
Written-By – Baumgartner*
3:55
11 ICR-station
Written By – Lahr/Baumgartner/PranykoWritten-By – Lahr*, Baumgartner*, Pranyko*
5:07

Credits

Notes

Track 5 is dedicated to Hildegard Knef
Made in Germany 1998

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4017866666116
  • Label Code: LC 4675
  • Matrix / Runout: A811542-01 UNDER COVER MOLECD011-2
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9708

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MOLECD011L-2 Lahr* Lyrical Amusement(CD, Album, Ltd) Mole Listening Pearls MOLECD011L-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD5454 Lahr* Lyrical Amusement(CD, Album) Mole Listening Pearls ПРЗ CD5454 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
MOLECD011L-2 Lahr* Lyrical Amusement(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) Mole Listening Pearls (2) MOLECD011L-2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
molecdr011-2 Lahr.* Lyrical Amusement(CD, Album) Mole Listening Pearls molecdr011-2 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

February 12, 2004

Solo album from frequent De-Phazz collaborator, produced by De-Phazz himself. Instead of his regular swingin' jazz style, De-Phazz opts for a more moody atmosphere. Barbara Lahr's vocal delivery is the standout, though -- very Weimar-era cabaret. Several of the songs were inspired by famous poets -- William Blake, Sylvia Plath, William Carlos Williams -- which elevates the lyrics above typically insipid sentiments. Some bizarre tracks ("Defective Poem"), but some stunning tracks as well ("Laughing Song" and "Ships Will Disappear").