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L.A. Work - In Memory Of Album

L.A. Work - In Memory Of Album
Performer: L.A. Work
Title: In Memory Of
Country: Belgium
Genre: Electronic
Style:Tech House
Released: 1991
Catalog number: LAR 3006
Label: L.A. Work
MP3 album szie: 2631 mb
FLAC album size: 2792 mb

Tracklist

1In Memory Of (Single Mix)4:27
2In Memory Of (Maxi Mix)6:57
3In Memory Of (Instrumental Mix)4:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CK 002L.A. Work In Memory Of ‎(CD, Maxi)Backstage Records (Belgium)CK 002BelgiumUnknown
ST 002L.A. Work In Memory Of ‎(7")Backstage Records (Belgium)ST 002Belgium1991

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: SABAM

Short intro

Memory work is a process of engaging with the past which has both an ethical and historical dimension. The premise for memory work or travail de memoire is that history is not memory. We try to represent the past in the present through memory, history and the archives. As Paul Ricoeur argued, memory alone is fallible. Historians construct and use archives that contain traces. WORK, alias Alexander Louvet artist, producer & remixer, has been on the music scene since 1990 and to all insiders is far from an unknown figure. As the only professional dance artist from the German-speaking side of Belgium, he got with the maxi-singles In Memory of. Get Ready Make Love, Is It Real. Crazy Boy, I Like Sex, Diamond In My heart, Imagination & projects as Monotone feat. It all started with the release of the maxi-single In Memory Of. in 1991, and with the mini-album Get Ready-Make Love, in 1993. Midem 1994 : L. WORK was chosen by Sabam as one of the Top 20 Belgian bands for the future. Work's Album In Memory Of. Listen to all tracks of In Memory Of for Fillmore East is a double live album by The Allman Brothers Band. The band's breakthrough success, At Fillmore East was released in July 1971. It gathered in memory of Breonna Taylor for a prayer walk and demonstration in downtown Louisville. Sharrett for The New York Times. University of Louisville Hospital physicians took a knee in memory of black lives lost. Branch for The New York Times. In Memory Of. James Jim Entsminger. classes of the 2010s obituaries and memorials album. To memorialize those who have passed on before us, it is with utmost respect we honor your life, your many accomplishments and your trying to make this world a better place for us by preserving your obituaries and memorials here. Learn how creating a memorial album can be therapeutic and preserve the memory of your loved one. It can also be therapeutic, helping us to grieve and heal after the loss, while keeping the memory of our loved one alive for us and helping us focus on happy memories. However, the immense burden of processing and memorializing the entire life and loss of a loved one onto the pages of an album can seem overwhelming, especially in the depths of grief. How do you manage it There are a few points to consider. Memory of a Free Festival is a 1970 single by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. The song had originally been recorded in September 1969 as a seven-minute opus for Bowie's second self-titled album. It was reworked in MarchApril 1970 at the behest of Mercury Records, the label believing that the track had a better chance of success as a single than The Prettiest Star, released earlier in the year. Bowie and Tony Visconti roughly split the track in half, re-recording it so both halves could. The concept of memory-work as distinguished from history-as-memory finds a textbook case in the Vichy Syndrome as described by Rousso. This calls for an expanded archive that includes the oral and popular tradition as well as the written traditions normally associated with the archives. The very condition of a deconstruction may be at work in the work, within the system to be deconstructed. It may already be located there, already at work. Because of the extended jams, it became a double album, but the band insisted it be priced close to a single album. The earliest known recordings of this song are from the band's Fillmore East performances on February 11, 13 and 14, 1970. Seanvplayer from Sonora, I have Always enjoyed the version on the Fillmore East album, and the drum solos Are amazing, do yourself a favor and check out the album An Evening With The Allman Brothers Band, 2nd Set. There are no drums, no percussion on this version of Elizabeth Reed. There is instead a bass solo that really rocks Cheers