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Zenamon – Promenade. Label: Theta – 834 106-1. Arranged By – Jaime M. Zenamon Grand Piano – Klaus GertkenHandclaps, Vibraslap, Percussion – Michael De RooWritten-By – Traditional. B1. Promenade Of The Times Through The Countries.
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Promenade is The Divine Comedy's third album. It was released in 1994 on Setanta to much critical acclaim but little commercial success. It is a concept album about two lovers who spend a day at the seaside. The album's style is even more than its predecessor, Liberation. The string arrangements are reminiscent of the works of Michael Nyman, with whom The Divine Comedy would later collaborate
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. In studio record of this music release "Zenamon" attended those artists: Detlef Maugsch (Artwork), Adolf Hofmann (Performer), Dirk Appelt (Performer), Karl Plenge (Performer), Nandu Muley (Performer), Thomas Ogger (Performer), Udo Hanten (Performer), Zenamon (Performer), Peter Wirths (Producer), Peter Wirths (Recorded By, Mixed By), Udo Hanten (Recorded By, Mixed By), Zenamon (Recorded By, Mixed By), Watch now the video Zenamon - Zenamon
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Zenamon has been played on NTS shows including Radio Jiro, with Thirteen Little Eights first played on 16 July 2013. Jaime Mirtenbaum Zenamon was born in Bolivia, the son of European parents. He studied guitar and composition in Israel, Spain, Portugal and in various South American countries, where he was among other things student of Abel Carlevaro.
Arranged By – Jaime M.
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|A1||Thirteen Little Eights
Keyboards – Dieter Zeretzke, Dirk AppeltPercussion – Michael De RooProgrammed By [Sound] – Heiko Rüsse
|A2||Real Pink II
Keyboards – Klaus GertkenPercussion – Michael De RooViolin – Karl Plenge
Cymbal, Bells – Michael De RooCymbal, Chimes [Chime-daikos] – Harald GrosskopfGrand Piano, Keyboards – Klaus GertkenSequenced By – Jaime M. Zenamon*
|A4||Three Against Four
Percussion [Boo Bams] – Michael De RooWritten-By – Michael De Roo
|A5||End Of A Film
Grand Piano – Klaus GertkenPercussion [Shell-string], Glockenspiel – Michael De Roo
Arranged By – Jaime M. Zenamon*Grand Piano – Klaus GertkenHandclaps, Vibraslap, Percussion [Shell-string] – Michael De RooWritten-By [Bolivian Folk Theme] – Traditional
|B1||Promenade Of The Times Through The Countries
Keyboards – Dieter ZeretzkeKeyboards, Programmed By [Sequencer] – Jaime M. Zenamon*Other [Chichiboo], Chimes [Chime-daikos], Gong [Phillipine, Burma, Indonesia], Percussion [Shell-string, Woodblocks, Bamboos, Rattles], Triangle, Shaker – Michael De RooSequenced By, Programmed By [Sound] – Dirk AppeltSynthesizer [Synclavier] – Heiko RüsseWritten-By – Dirk Appelt, Michael De Roo
|B2||The Funny Side Of The Street
Synthesizer [Emulator] – Klaus GertkenSynthesizer [Emulator], Cowbell – Jaime M. Zenamon*
- Recorded At – S.I.M.
- Recorded At – Studio Christoph Franke
- Mixed At – S.I.M.
- Published By – Peter Wirths Musikverlag
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polygram International Music B.V.
- Copyright (c) – Polygram International Music B.V.
- Art Direction – Peter Bennett
- Artwork [Computer Graphics] – AVS Group (London)
- Guitar – Jaime M. Zenamon*
- Producer – Peter Wirths
- Recorded By, Mixed By [Digitally] – Heiko Rüsse
- Written-By – Jaime M. Zenamon* (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 8)
NotesRecorded & digitally mixed at the S.I.M., Berlin.
Additional recording at Studio Christoph Franke.
Computer graphics from an idea by Detlef Maugsch.
Grand Piano courtesy of SCHIMMEL.
Microphones courtesy of BEYER DYNAMIC.
Published by Peter Wirths Musikverlag.
℗ 1988 Polygram International Music B.V. Baarn
© 1988 Polygram International Music B.V. Baarn
Made in W. Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
- Label Code: LC 7874
|834 106-2||Zenamon||Promenade (CD, Album)||Theta||834 106-2||UK||1988|
|834 106-4||Zenamon||Promenade (Cass, Album)||Theta||834 106-4||UK||1988|