Malaria!, Mania D., Matador
Moabit Musik
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moa23-LP / Includes Download Code
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1Mania D. – Zukunft (Sender Freies Berlin)2:19
2Mania D. – Radiator (Zossener Straße Cute Version)0:56
3Malaria! – I Will Be Your Only One („Malaria!“ EP)3:09
4Matador – Nite Time („A Touch BCL“ Album Version)4:47
5Mania D. – Herzschlag (7inch Single, Monogam)2:57
6Matador – Paradise (Demo Version)3:04
7Malaria! – White Sky White Sea (EDIT, „Weisses Wasser“ EP)4:25
8Mania D. – Zukunft (Live In Düsseldorf)2:57
9Mania D. – Komm Darling Lass Uns Tanzen Gehen (Live In Düsseldorf)1:54
10Malaria! – Mädels Sind Toll (Live Berlin)4:36
11Malaria! – You You (Live In Washington D.C., 9:30 club, 1983)5:37
12Matador – Schreiender Tag (M_SESSIONS - Remaster)4:12
13Matador – Mother (Demo Version)3:00

»M_Sessions – Rare Originals« is offering a selection of Malaria!, Mania D., Matador's music for the 40th anniversary. Bringing the past into the now and into the future. The original core team of Beate Bartel, Bettina Köster, Manon P. Duursma and Gudrun Gut selected 'Rare Originals' from the repertoire of the 3 bands where they saw special relevance and beauty. There are live tracks, living room recordings and demo versions from times long gone.

The project M_Sessions focuses on the All Female bands Malaria!, Mania D., Matador in the West Berlin music and art scene of the late 1970s and 1980s. The three bands around their members Beate Bartel, Bettina Köster and Gudrun Gut played concerts in different formations from 1979 on, released records and toured around the world. The self-determined appearance of the musicians was new, raised some eyebrows and was reflected both in the music and the lyrics, but also in their unique style and the genre-crossing approach of "more art in the music, more music in the art". To this day, the bands are considered visionary, they shaped a new image of women in pop culture and are pioneers and role models for the still important and necessary emancipatory movement in the music industry. Far beyond the borders of Berlin.