La Düsseldorf: l'ultimo album

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Il 25 marzo è la Grönland a pubblicare ‘Japandorf’ l’ultimo album dei La Düsseldorf di Klaus Dinger (Neu!, Kraftwerk), scomparso nel marzo del 2008. Lavoro della seconda parte di carriera della band, dopo quella lastricata d’oro di fine ’70/inizio ’80, iniziata quando Dinger viene introdotto dall’artista Masaki Nakao ad un manipolo di musicisti giapponesi – Kazuyuki Onouchi, Satoshi Okamoto e la moglie Miki Yui, con la quale il seminale/leggendario genio tedesco formerà un collettivo inrripetibile. ‘Japandorf’ risale dunque alla decade scorsa e dopo la morte di Dinger, Onouchi e Yui solo nel 2010 hanno terminato la produzione. Yui racconta: “As Klaus started new La Düsseldorf productions in 2000, he aimed to make fresh music together with non-musically-trained artists, which resulted in a long process of creation. Three of us especially, Klaus, Kazu and me, were devotedly working on this album. I took part in the production from late 2000, took over the production after Klaus’ passing in 2008 and finished mixing the album together with Kazuyuki in 2010. It was a long and winding road, and now, finally, the time has come for its release. Dreams come true! It was our dream to release the album and, while we were practicing for the world tour, without Klaus, sadly it is not possible any more, it is still a big pleasure to bring our music to listeners all over the world. We need to change quantum leap is necessary Klaus often said. He was an artist who worked to create music and artworks ‘for the future’. Exactly as he sings, ‘dance to the future with me’ in his song ‘Cha Cha 2000′”. GUARDA VIDEO

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