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27-01-2015, 01:26

Jeff Mills - Woman in the Moon (2015)

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Jeff Mills - Woman in the Moon (2015)
Artist: Jeff Mills
Title Of Album: Woman in the Moon
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Axis Records / AXCD-046
Genre: Detroit Techno, Ambient, Electronic
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 02:15:41
Total Size: 325 mb


01. Credits (01:57)
02. The Visitors (04:01)
03. Ridiculed (05:02)
04. Striking Match And Idea (04:50)
05. The Drive Home (03:53)
06. Arriving Home - Knocked Out (02:01)
07. Thieves In The House (03:32)
08. The Celebration (03:32)
09. Mister Turner (04:01)
10. The Presentation (07:08)
11. The Launch Hour (03:58)
12. Moon Rising (10:11)


01. Blast Off (04:02)
02. The Hard Effects Of Adventure (03:44)
03. The Journey Begins (05:05)
04. Crossing Space (04:19)
05. Deep Sleep Odyssey (03:27)
06. Waking Up To A New Existence (07:18)
07. A Life In Space (03:00)
08. Behold, The Moon (06:15)
09. No Way Back (03:29)
10. Prepare For The Lunar Landing (02:48)


01. Crash Landing (05:07)
02. Doorway To Destiny (02:02)
03. The Consequences (08:01)
04. The Search For Gold (02:26)
05. Found By Loss And Greed (02:08)
06. Tribulations Of Greed (02:22)
07. Chaos And Fanatics (05:14)
08. The Hard Facts Of Life (03:56)
09. Restitution And Resolve (03:01)
10. The Woman - The Moon - The End (03:58

The silent movies of Metropolis director Fritz Lang have found a fan in modern DJ and producer Jeff Mills, who has used his own Techno music to create original scores for Lang's films including most recently the 1929 work The Woman in the Moon, which he brings to the Glasgow Film Festival.

His latest work is with another of Lang's films. Released in 1929, Frau im Mond or Woman in the Moon is a science fiction melodrama that depicts multi-stage rocket travel to the moon.

Travelling to the moon had been shown on film before, but this film brought the latest developments in rocket technology to a mass audience just 26 years after the Wright Brothers' first powered aeroplane flight.

"I try to understand not only the film but to study the director as well. And to look at the time and the context in which the film was made.

So with Woman On the Moon, that was really the first time those audiences had seen an impression of what the moon could be like. It was just as astonishing for them, as it was for the whole world to see it laid out so graphically on a big screen. So I had to consider all that, and make the music really in that respect in a very timeless way - not of the year 2012. Something that could fit in that time, but also now."

"The least I am supposed to do is transcribe how I feel about the future onto techno music. That's what I want to do and I'm prepared to do that whether I never work on another film or work with another orchestra."



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