Director: Anton Corbijn
Producida por: Tony Wilson, Deborah Curtis, Todd Eckert, Orian Williams, Ian Canning, Peter Heslop
Escrita por: Matt Greenhalgh, Deborah Curtis
Actores: Sam Riley, Samantha Morton, Alexandra Maria Lara
Música: Joy Division, New Order
Cinematógrafo: Martin Ruhe, John Watson
Fecha de lanzamiento: 17 de Noviembre de 2007
23 julio, 2009
13 julio, 2009
Un poco de historia:
Death in June is a post-industrial music group led by English folk musician Douglas Pearce, better known as Douglas P. The band was originally formed in Britain in 1981 as a trio, but after the other members left in 1985 to work on other projects, the group became the work of Douglas P. and various collaborators. Douglas P. now lives in Australia.
Over Death in June's two decades of existence, numerous shifts in style and presentation have occurred, resulting in an overall shift from initial post-punk and Industrial Records influence to a more acoustic and folk music-oriented approach. Although sometimes considered controversial (largely due to usage of themes and imagery relating to Nazi Germany), Death in June has become very influential in certain post-industrial musical circles. Douglas P.'s influence was instrumental in sparking neofolk, which his music has subsequently become a part of.
Detractors have accused Death in June of engaging in dog-whistle politics, crypto-fascism, and harboring neo-Nazi sympathies. Pearce said, "At the start of the eighties, Tony and I were involved in radical left politics and beneath it history students. In search of a political view for the future we came across National Bolshevism which is closely connected with the Sturmabteilung hierarchy. People like Gregor Strasser and Ernst Röhm who were later known as 'second revolutionaries' attracted our attention." The Sturmabteilung (Stormtroopers) were a paramilitary unit of the Nazi Party (NSDAP), and Strasser and Röhm were Nazi leaders who vyed for Adolf Hitler's power.
Protests have been staged and some performances have been cancelled due to these accusations. Justification for the cancellations stem from strong aversions to the symbolism of Death in June coupled with an interpretation of select lyrics as containing deliberate Third Reich-era imagery and tropes. When questioned about his interest in the Third Reich, Pearce responded:"I've an interest in all aspects of the Third Reich. It has had such a huge influence on the world, who could fail to be intrigued by it? However, I've still read more pages of Das Kapital than Mein Kampf!"
Pearce, who is openly homosexual, has collaborated with various ethnic Jews throughout his music career. The official Death in June website site featured the flag of Israel, and Death in June played a concert in Israel on June 18, 2004 for a predominantly Jewish audience.
En esta ocasion me tome el trabajo de unir los temas que fueron dejando a traves de sus casi 29 años de carrera , sin olvidar clasicos como Fields of Rape , Hail! The White Grain ,Come before Christ and murder love y otros tantos que no dejan de ser geniales.
01. Death Is the Martyr of Beauty.mp3
01. Wolf Wind.mp3
02. He's Disabled.mp3
02. Only Europa Knows.mp3
03. All Alone In Her Nirvana.mp3
03. Omen - Filled Season.mp3
03. The Mourner's Bench.mp3
04 - zimmerit.mp3
04. Because of Him.mp3
04. Doubt To Nothing.mp3
04. Fall Apart.mp3
05. Daedalus Rising.mp3
05. The Honour Of Silence.mp3
06. Little Black Angel.mp3
06. Luther's Army.mp3
07 - break the black ice.mp3
07. 13 Years of Carrion.mp3
07. Holy Water.mp3
07. Hullo Angel.mp3
07. This Golden Wedding of Sorrow.mp3
08. The Accidental Protege.mp3
08. The Giddy Edge of Light.mp3
09. Ku Ku Ku.mp3
10. Behind The Rose (Fields Of Rape).mp3
10. Leper Lord.mp3
10. This Is Not Paradise.mp3
11. Hollows of Devotion.mp3
12 - runes and men.mp3
12. But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter - .mp3
14 - hail! the white grain.mp3
18 - come before christ & murder love.mp3
12 julio, 2009
The Last Waltz was a concert by the Canadian rock group, The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as the end of The Band's illustrious touring career, and the concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood and Neil Young.
The event was filmed by director Martin Scorsese and made into a documentary of the same name, released in 1978. The film features concert performances, scenes shot on a studio soundstage and interviews by Scorsese with members of The Band. A triple-LP soundtrack recording was issued in 1978. The film was released on DVD in 2002 as was a four-CD box set of the concert and related studio recordings.
The Last Waltz is hailed as one of the greatest concert films ever made