Subcategories

Benny Andersson - Klinga Mina Klockor (1987, 2000's reissue, Mono Music # MMCD 001)

Posted By: luckburz
Benny Andersson - Klinga Mina Klockor (1987, 2000's reissue, Mono Music # MMCD 001)

Benny Andersson - Klinga Mina Klockor
EAC+LOG+CUE | APE: 192 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Mono Music # MMCD 001 | Country/Year: Sweden 20__, 1987
Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country | Style: Folk, Ballad

MD5 [X] CUE [X] LOG [X] INFO TEXT [X] ARTWORK [X]

my rip [ ] not my rip [X]

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 9. июняn 2009, 14:23

Unknown Artist / Klinga Mina Klockor

Дисковод: Optiarc DVD RW AD-7200S Adapter: 2 ID: 0

Режим чтения : Достоверность
Использование точного потока : Да
Отключение кэша аудио : Да
Использование указателей C2 : Нет

Коррекция смещения при чтении : 48
Способность читать области Lead-in и Lead-out : Нет
Заполнение пропущенных сэмплов тишиной : Да
Удаление блоков с тишиной в начале и конце : Нет
При вычислениях CRC использовались нулевые сэмплы : Да
Интерфейс : Установленный внешний ASPI-интерфейс


TOC извлечённого CD

Трек | Старт | Длительность | Начальный сектор | Конечный сектор
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––-
1 | 0:00.00 | 2:02.70 | 0 | 9219
2 | 2:02.70 | 1:58.00 | 9220 | 18069
3 | 4:00.70 | 2:23.00 | 18070 | 28794
4 | 6:23.70 | 3:00.00 | 28795 | 42294
5 | 9:23.70 | 3:03.00 | 42295 | 56019
6 | 12:26.70 | 1:51.00 | 56020 | 64344
7 | 14:17.70 | 1:41.00 | 64345 | 71919
8 | 15:58.70 | 2:12.03 | 71920 | 81822
9 | 18:10.73 | 3:01.72 | 81823 | 95469
10 | 21:12.70 | 2:06.00 | 95470 | 104919
11 | 23:18.70 | 11:32.43 | 104920 | 156862


Характеристики диапазона извлечения и сообщения об ошибках

Выбранный диапазон

Имя файла D:MusicRIPsBAOBAO - 1987 - Klinga Mina KlockorBAO - 1987 - Klinga Mina Klockor.wav

Пиковый уровень 80.6 %
Качество диапазона 100.0 %
CRC теста 799C971D
CRC копии 799C971D
Копирование… OK

Ошибок не произошло

Конец отчёта


CD Info:

Benny Andersson - Klinga Mina Klockor

Label: Mono Music
Cat#.: MMCD 001
Format: CD, Album, Repress
Country: Sweden
Released: 20__, 1987
Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk, Ballad

Tracklist:

1 Inledningsvisa 2:02
2 Lottis Schottis 1:58
3 Födelsedagsvals Till Mona 2:23
4 Om Min Syster 3:00
5 Efter Regnet 3:03
6 Ludvigs Leksakspolka 1:51
7 Gladan 1:41
8 Långsammazurkan 2:12
9 Tittis Sång 3:02
10 Trolskan 2:06
11 Klinga Mina Klockor 11:33

Credits

Accordion, Synthesizer [Synclavier], Grand Piano – Benny Andersson
Design – Rune Söderqvist
Orchestra – Radiosymfonikerna
Performer – Orsa Spelmän
Producer – Benny Andersson
Recorded By – Michael B. Tretow

Notes:
A Mono Music Production

Barcode: 7 393896 710010
Rights Society: BIEM/n©b

Göran Bror Benny Andersson (born 16 December 1946), known professionally as Benny Andersson, is a Swedish musician, composer, former member of the Swedish musical group ABBA (1972–1982), and co-composer of the musicals Chess, Kristina från Duvemåla, and Mamma Mia!. As of 2011 he is active with his own band Benny Anderssons Orkester (BAO!), and was executive producer for the film version of the musical Mamma Mia!.

(…) After ABBA Andersson continued writing music with Ulvaeus. Their first project was the stage musical Chess, written with Tim Rice. The Chess concept album – with vocals by Elaine Paige, Barbara Dickson, Murray Head and Swedes Tommy Körberg and Björn Skifs – was released in October 1984, selling two million copies worldwide. The Paige/Dickson duet "I Know Him So Well" became a major UK No. 1 hit, and Murray Head's "One Night in Bangkok" gave Andersson/Ulvaeus a US No. 3 hit.

Chess was staged in London's West End Prince Edward Theatre in May 1986, and ran for almost three years. A Broadway staging in April 1988 received disastrous reviews, and closed after just two months.

In 1985, Andersson produced and released an album with brother and sister Anders and Karin Glenmark, featuring new songs by Andersson/Ulvaeus. The duo named themselves Gemini, and a second album with more music by Björn and Benny was released in April 1987, containing the big hit "Mio My Mio"; also to be found on the soundtrack to the film Mio in the Land of Faraway, for which Andersson co-produced the music.

In 1987, Andersson released his first solo album Klinga Mina Klockor ("Chime, My Bells"). All the music was written by and performed by himself on accordion, backed by the Orsa Spelmän (Orsa Folk Musicians) on fiddles. A second solo album followed: November 1989.

In 1990, Andersson scored a Swedish #1 hit with "Lassie", sung by female cabaret group Ainbusk, for whom he also wrote the Svensktoppen hits "Älska Mig" and "Drömmarnas Golv". He decided to produce an album with Josefin Nilsson from this quartet, resulting in the 1993 English-language album Shapes, featuring ten new Andersson/Ulvaeus compositions.

In 1992, he wrote the introduction melody for the European football championship, which was organised by Sweden that year.

From the late 1980s, Andersson had worked on an idea for an epic Swedish language musical based on his affection for traditional folk music, and in October 1995, Kristina från Duvemåla premiered in Sweden. The musical was based on The Emigrants novels by Swedish writer Vilhelm Moberg. The musical ran successfully for almost five years, before closing in June 1999. An English-language version, simply titled Kristina, was staged in concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City for two nights in September 2009, yielding a live recording, and at the Royal Albert Hall for one night in April 2010.

Andersson's next project was Mamma Mia!, a musical built around 24 of ABBA's songs, which has become a worldwide box-office blockbuster with versions in several languages currently being played in many countries, including the UK (West End premiere in April 1999), Canada (Toronto premiere in 2000), the USA (Broadway premiere in 2001), and Sweden (Swedish language premiere in 2005).

For the 2004 semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest, staged in Istanbul thirty years after ABBA had won the contest in Brighton, Benny appeared briefly in a special comedy video made for the interval act, entitled "Our Last Video". Each of the four members of the group appeared briefly in cameo roles, as did others such as Cher and Rik Mayall. The video was not included in the official DVD release of the Eurovision Contest, but was issued as a separate DVD release. It was billed as the first time the four had worked together since the group split; however, Frida's appearance was filmed separately.

A film version of Mamma Mia! premiered on 18 July 2008. In April/May 2007, Andersson worked on the film soundtrack, re-recording the old ABBA songs with musicians from the old ABBA recording sessions. Mamma Mia! The Movie has now become the most successful movie musical of all time and has been named the number one box office smash of 2008, and the biggest-selling DVD ever in the UK.

Andersson currently performs with his own band of 16 musicians, BAO; "Benny Anderssons Orkester" ("Benny Andersson's orchestra"), utilising the vocal talents of fellow Swedes Helen Sjöholm (from Kristina from Duvemåla) and Tommy Körberg (of Chess fame), with lyrics to new material sometimes written by his song-writing partner and best friend of 40 years, Björn Ulvaeus. BAO has released five albums to huge success in Sweden, all containing hit singles.

BAO recently achieved a new record in Sweden on the Svensktoppen chart by staying there for 243 weeks with the song Du är min man ("You Are My Man"), sung by Helen Sjöholm. ~wikipedia

Thanks to achinoam!

Benny Andersson - Klinga Mina Klockor (1987, 2000's reissue, Mono Music # MMCD 001)


all of my uploads in my blog
________________

NITROFLARE

Music | | Artwork

________________
________________

FILEPOST

Music | | Artwork

________________