Kingfish Records

Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on translucent blue coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. After Larry Weinstein heard the 1985 tribute album Lost In The Stars - The Music of Kurt Weill, he was inspired to film the follow-up, September Songs - The Music of Kurt Weill. This 94-minute music video was recorded in an abandoned warehouse in Toronto where musicians performed a series of songs by Kurt Weill. The lineup included Lou Reed, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Elvis Costello, Charlie Haden, Betty Carter, and David Johansen amongst others. September Songs was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Cultural Program and won five Gemini Awards.
Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on translucent blue coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. After Larry Weinstein heard the 1985 tribute album Lost In The Stars - The Music of Kurt Weill, he was inspired to film the follow-up, September Songs - The Music of Kurt Weill. This 94-minute music video was recorded in an abandoned warehouse in Toronto where musicians performed a series of songs by Kurt Weill. The lineup included Lou Reed, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Elvis Costello, Charlie Haden, Betty Carter, and David Johansen amongst others. September Songs was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Cultural Program and won five Gemini Awards.
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September Songs: The Music Of Kurt Weill / Various
Artist: September Songs: The Music Of Kurt Weill / Various
Format: Vinyl
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1. Nick Cave - Mack the Knife (From the Threepenny Opera)
2. PJ Harvey - Ballad of the Soldier's Wife
3. David Johansen - Alabama Song (From the Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny)
4. Teresa Stratas - Youkali Tango (From Marie Galante)
5. Elvis Costello - Lost in the Stars (From Lost in the Stars)
6. Lotte Lenya - Pirate Jenny (From the Threepenny Opera)
7. Charlie Haden - Speak Low (From One Touch of Venus)
8. The Persuasions - Oh, Heavenly Salvation (From the Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny)
9. Betty Carter - Lonely House (From Street Scene)
10. Teresa Stratas - Surabaya Johnny (From Happy End)
11. Mary Margaret O'Hara - Don't Be Afraid (From Happy End)
12. Lou Reed - September Song (From Knickerbocker Holiday)
13. Bertolt Brecht - Mack the Knife (From the Threepenny Opera)
14. William S. Burroughs - What Keeps Mankind Alive? (From the Threepenny Opera)

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Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on translucent blue coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. After Larry Weinstein heard the 1985 tribute album Lost In The Stars - The Music of Kurt Weill, he was inspired to film the follow-up, September Songs - The Music of Kurt Weill. This 94-minute music video was recorded in an abandoned warehouse in Toronto where musicians performed a series of songs by Kurt Weill. The lineup included Lou Reed, Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Elvis Costello, Charlie Haden, Betty Carter, and David Johansen amongst others. September Songs was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Cultural Program and won five Gemini Awards.
        
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