Is this show by lord Litter a pop opera? What defines a pop opera? Tommy by the Who was an attempt. Autobiographical facts got magnified, altered and shaped into a grotesque representation. The movie looked like an acid fantasy. Is this show in a way a remake, or an allusion. The voice of Hermanos Guzanos … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Pop Opera?
Where-in Lord Litter virtually reconstructs a bar in Berlin. It's a place where people talk more and smoke less. There is no wi-fi signal, and the clients are encouraged to leave the smart phones and tablets at home. Old friends talk about old times, and when the new times press their noses against the window, … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Welcome to the Lord Litter Café
An introspective show by LL, this one, maybe inspired by a couple of long and calm songs. It adds an almost lost feeling of silent boredom. This is not a dismissive observation. In the twentieth century, during the days before the second coming of the internet, boredom added to the feeling of being rooted in … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The dark days are almost Gone
in which you hear... "... the testament of a Folk hero .. a singer for lesbian rights .. .. what happened in the Asylum ... ... James Last .. AND ... Hal McGee.." LL introduces, explains and plays songs by singers loved by the margins, well, except for James Last. After James's funeral rare gems … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #16 – Magazine
LL's shows are little expeditions into the realm of miniatures. What else to call music almost nobody has ever heard of? To start with the end: Alvaro, the man who has invented a genre of his own, (born out of the playful anarchy that defined the very first days of punk, without forgetting the sounds … Continue reading LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW #13, with a little bit of hiss
The third show by Lord Litter, yes... Apart from the continuing (his)story of Underground Culture as viewed by LL himself, this show is yet another visionary's portrait of Berlin. LL manages to change his point of view, and his appearance with every new song he announces through a very little story. And every song, such … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #3, a Puzzling Portrait of Berlin