Klaus Beyer - Kloster Strasse flac album
Title: Kloster Strasse
Style: Lo-Fi, Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1746 mb
FLAC album: 1908 mb
Other formats: WMA APE MMF VQF TTA DXD AA
Klaus Beyer, from Berlin, has made it his life's work to translate into German, and sing, songs recorded by the Beatles ' . Klaus Beyer, the 'German Beatle', with a model yellow submarine - or 'gelbe Unterwasserboot'.
The eccentric Berlin singer Klaus Beyer has made it his life's work to re-record the collected works of the Beatles in German. Now, with the release of his version of "The White Album," he's finished. He plans to tackle John Lennon next. By David Gordon Smith. It took The Beatles a little more than seven years to record and release their 13 studio albums. It has taken Klaus Beyer 13 years to do the same thing - in German. Now, with the release of his version of 1968's "The White Album" - rendered "Das Weisse Album" in Beyer's tribute - his project is complete. He admits to mixed feelings at having reached his goal.
Klaus Beyer was born July 8th, 1952 in Berlin and started filming on Super-8 in 1978. He is a huge fan of The Beatles and begins in 1980 to translate the lyrics into German, so that his mother could understand what they're on about. He also starts to use two reel tape machines to cut non-vocal loops out of the music of the band to use as backing tapes for his german versions. Some of his films are shown in the film section of the 1986 "documenta" art festival in Kassel. 1987 sees the first feature length film of Klaus Beyer, totally shot on super-8 and transfering a whole Beatles album (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heartsclub) into German and into a film ("Hauptmann Pfeffers einsamer Herzenklub"). His second long ilm" project is "Die Zaubervoll Rätselhafte Reise" (after "Magical Mystery Tour").
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|5||Wo Die Octopussen Leben|
|6||Ich Will Dich|
|7||Die Sonne Kommt|
|9||Du Gibst Mir Niemals Dein Geld Her|
|11||Der Alte Mustard|
|13||Sie Kam Durchs Badezimmer Fenster|
|15||Trage Die Last|
Featuring – Joe Tabu
|19||Maxwells Silberhammer (Versuch)|
|20||Maxwells Silberhammer (Lesung)|
|21||Wo Die Octopussen Leben
Featuring – Our Flying Saucer
|22||Die Sonne Kommt (Live)|
|23||Oh Darling (Probe)
Featuring – Mutter
- Recorded At – Akademie der Künste, Berlin
- Recorded At – Künstlerhaus Bethanien
- Recorded At – Dutschke Club, Berlin
- Recorded At – Rauchhaus
- Cover [Cover Art], Photography By [Andere Photos] – BMB Frank Behnke*
- Music By – Joe Tabu (tracks: 18), Mutter (tracks: 23), Our Flying Saucer (tracks: 21)
- Music By [Uncredited] – The Beatles (tracks: 1 to 17, 19, 22)
- Photography By [Back] – Günter Pohl
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Martin Langer
- Recorded By [Uncredited9, Vocals [Uncredited], Translated By [Texte], Lyrics By [Texte], Tape [Musikkollagen] – Klaus Beyer
- Written-By [Uncredited] – George Harrison (tracks: 2, 7, 18, 22), Lennon-McCartney (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6, 8 to 17, 19, 23), Richard Starkey (tracks: 5, 21)
NotesNot credited as such on the release, but "Seite Eins" is a german language translation of the whole album "Abbey Road" by The Beatles.
Translated by Klaus Beyer, who used the original music (modified to filter the vocals when possible) as background and sang additionally to it.
Track 18 recorded live at Akademie Der Künste, Berlin 1998.
Track 19 recorded at his homestudio, Berlin 1997.
Track 20 recorded live at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin 1996.
Track 22 recorded live at Dutschke Club, Berlin 1994.
Track 23 recorded in the practice room of Mutter at Rauchhaus, Berlin.