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Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris - "Long Live Père Ubu!" album mp3

Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris - "Long Live Père Ubu!" album mp3

Performer: Pere Ubu
Title: "Long Live Père Ubu!"
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 2009
Style: Alternative Rock, Avantgarde
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 144
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Vocals – Sarah Jane Morris. Recorded and mixed at Suma, Painesville OH, at various times between January and September 2008. Portions recorded elsewhere. Some of 11. recorded at Harvest Moon, Milan OH.

Sarah Jane Morris (born 21 March 1959, in Southampton, England) is an English singer of pop, jazz, rock and R&B and a songwriter. In 1982, Morris joined The Republic as lead singer Morris is managed by Juliet Sharman Matthews who runs JPSM Management and was her A & R Manager when she was signed to Jive Records.

Pere Ubu is an American rock group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. Despite a variety of long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. While the band achieved little commercial success, they have exerted a wide influence on subsequent underground music.

Artists Pere Ubu "Long Live Père Ubu!" "Long Live Père Ubu!" Pere Ubu. "Long Live Père Ubu!" 2009. This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/100 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist "Long Live Père Ubu!" 1. Ubu Overture. BPM Profile "Long Live Père Ubu!" Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Pere Ubu. 20 Years in a Montana Missile Silo. Live at the Longhorn April 1, 1978.

The Pere Ubu Film Group, premiered a live, original underscore to a rare 3-D screening of Ray Bradbury's "It Came From Outer Space" at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in 2002. Another underscore, this time to Roger Corman's "X, the Man With X-Ray Eyes," debuted at "Celebrate Brooklyn" in 2004. British singer Sarah Jane Morris joined the group for the project. In April 2008 "Bring Me The Head Of Ubu Roi" premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.

Listen to online Pere Ubu, Sarah Jane Morris .

Pere Ubu albums are always prickly affairs, and this one more than most. It's the soundtrack to Bring Me the Head of Ubu Roi, David Thomas's treatment of the Alfred Jarry play presented with stagings by The Brothers Quay at the Royal Festival Hall last year, with Thomas himself and Sarah Jane Morris playing the "fat toad" Ubu and his wheedling wife.

Song of the Grocery Police. Pere Ubu, Sarah Jane Morris. 3. Banquet Of The Butchers. 5. Less Said The Better. 6. Big Sombrero (Love Theme). 7. Bring Me The Head. 10. Watching The Pigeons. 11. The Story So Far.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ubu Overture
Written-By – Moliné*
2:42
2 Song Of The Grocery Police 1:46
3 Banquet Of The Butchers 2:55
4 March Of Greed 3:34
5 Less Said The Better
Written-By – Gagarin, Mehlman*
2:31
6 Big Sombrero (Love Theme) 4:06
7 Bring Me The Head 3:39
8 Road To Reason
Written-By – Thomas*, Moliné*, Temple*, Wheeler*, Mehlman*
3:55
9 Slowly I Turn
Written-By – Thomas*, Moliné*, Temple*, Wheeler*, Mehlman*
4:25
10 Watching The Pigeons
Written-By – Thomas*, Moliné*, Temple*, Wheeler*, Mehlman*
3:21
11 The Story So Far
Written-By – Thomas*, Moliné*, Temple*, Wheeler*, Mehlman*
7:57
12 Snowy Livonia
Written-By – Temple*, Mehlman*
1:20
13 Elsinore & Beyond
Written-By – Thomas*, Gagarin, Moliné*
1:35

Credits

  • Arranged By – Thomas* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7), Moliné* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7), Temple* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7), Wheeler* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7), Mehlman* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7)
  • Artwork By [Design] – John Thompson, idrome
  • Bass, Vocals, Instruments [All] – Michele Temple
  • Drums, Vocals, Voice [Belching Galore], Percussion – Steve Mehlman
  • Electronics [Electronica] – Gagarin
  • Engineer [Suma] – Paul Hamann
  • Guitar, Vocals – Keith Moliné
  • Photography [Front Cover] – Angell
  • Photography [Live] – Mark Mawston
  • Producer, Mixed By – David Thomas
  • Recorded By [Portions] – David Thomas , Dids, Michele Temple
  • Synthesizer [Eml], Theremin, Vocals – Robert Wheeler
  • Vocals [Mère Ubu] – Sarah Jane Morris
  • Vocals [Père Ubu], Synthesizer [Xiosynth], Organ, Bass – David Thomas
  • Written-By – Thomas* (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7)

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Suma, Painesville OH, at various times between January and September 2008.
Portions recorded elsewhere.
Some of 11. recorded at Harvest Moon, Milan OH.

David Thomas' "Bring Me The Head Of Ubu Roi" is a theatrical adaptation of Alfred Jarry's "Ubu Roi" which premiered in Paris in 1896, provoking riots in the theater and a national scandal. These are studio versions of the songs from "Bring Me The Head Of Ubu Roi" which premiered April 24 and 25 2008 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London.

Stamped 'For Promotional Use Only Not For Sale' in lieu of barcoode on back sleeve and round CD.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COOK CD 497 Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris - "Long Live Père Ubu!" ‎(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 497 UK & Europe 2009
HR 149 Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris - "Long Live Père Ubu!" ‎(CD, Album) Hearthan HR 149 US 2009
COOK CD 497 Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris Pere Ubu With Sarah Jane Morris - "Long Live Père Ubu!" ‎(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 497 Europe 2009


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