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Living Things - Komeda - What Makes It Go? (CD, Album)


  1. Ferr says:Komeda wrote the scores to most of Roman Polanski's 60s work--if you know of him it is probably from is work on Rosemary's Baby--and developed such a cult, a band in the 90s took his name. (They are good, and worth checking out.) This CD is a combonation of jazz, and spacey music using a harpsichord.4/5(3).
  2. Faele says:Komeda discography and songs: Music profile for Komeda, formed Genres: Indie Pop, Art Pop, Indietronica. Albums include What Makes It Go?, The Genius of Komeda, and Pop på Svenska.
  3. Doumuro says:Type: Group, Founded: , Area: Sweden. Artist information Type: Group Founded: (29 years ago) Area: Sweden Rating.
  4. Bralkree says:Komeda, from Umeå, Sweden, started out as a pit band for a Buster Keaton film festival in Subsequently, they played at a series of festivals and composed music for films under the name Projektor geholsesigrafund.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfo name "Komeda" is taken from the Polish jazz pianist and composer Krzysztof Komeda Komeda's sound is a fusion of swedish pop, 60's lounge, and the motorik beat of krautrock.
  5. Voodoosar says:Check out Komeda on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  6. Manos says:The Genius of Komeda is the second full-length studio album by Swedish band geholsesigrafund.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfoed in , this was the first Komeda release sung in geholsesigrafund.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfoed from Swedish record label North of No South to Minty Fresh, this was Komeda's first record to be given an international release.. Its pop/rock sound brought about comparisons to Minty Fresh labelmates The Cardigans and also geholsesigrafund.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfo: Pop, Rock.
  7. Nanos says:About Komeda. Like a breath of intoxicating air, Komeda's music rushes at the listener like the theme song to a Bond film that has yet to be made, sweeping him off his feet with imaginative arrangements and expert songcraft. Their songs are smart, sexy and oh-so-very "now," what with their merge of electronica, lounge, and pure, bubbling pop.
  8. Yozshushakar says:Mar 16,  · This is a band that is as versed in pop music history as Stereolab or Broadcast, and What Makes It Go? is a landmark album of ingenuitive revisionist pop. Opening with "Binario", you are told straight away that, yes, Komeda have lived through the s and s, and play electro-pop as well as anyone, a sound revisited on "Happyment"/5(6).

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