Customer Reviews for: Paris Days, Berlin Nights / Ute Lemper, Vogler Quartet

9 Reviews in Total
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3.5 Stars (9 Reviews)

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 Competent recording of a first class production June 14, 2012
By S. Cash (Walsall, West Midlands) -- See All My Reviews
Not exactly audiophile quality recording however, not worthy of some poor reviews it has received. If you want to fool yourself into believing you are listening to a live performance this isn't for you. However, if like the majority of people you are happy to listen to a (compared to many) well recorded and produced record then you won't be disappointed. Report Abuse

 Multilingual 20th Century Fun May 19, 2012
By Aloysius Wald (Columbus, OH) -- See All My Reviews
Marlene Dietrich, Edith Piaf, women with a certain sultry, naughty sound that exemplified a musical era. That is what Ute Lemper strives for and achieves in Paris Days, Berlin Nights. True, she gives the music her own polish, but I don't want an exact imitation of Piaf and Dietrich. After all, we have recordings of Piaf and Dietrich singing like, well, Piaf and Dietrich. Lemper is her own voice and her own woman and a pleasure to listen to as she gives her rendition of some sultry, mid-20th Century favorites. I'm glad she came along to add her voice to the European torch music genre. Report Abuse

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