Dead Can Dance is an ambient, world music band which has released nine studio albums so far, two live albums, four compilation albums, one video album, one extended play and nine singles Their catalogue was remastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and released in June 2008 by 4AD, initially on hybrid stereo SACDs, with a regular CD release of each album following in November 2008. DCD 2005 22 March Spain: Barcelona (2 CD, 2005). DCD 2005 24 March Italy: Milan (2 CD, 2005). DCD 2005 26 March Germany: Cologne (2 CD, 2005). DCD 2005 27 March Germany: Munich (2 CD, 2005).
Complete Album stats. Last updated: 12 May 2019, 11:33 Etc/UTC. Dead Can Dance Teatro Lope De Vega, Madrid - Mar 21, 2005 Mar 21 2005. Dead Can Dance Auditori Forum, Barcelona - Mar 22, 2005 Mar 22 2005. Dead Can Dance Teatro dal Verme, Milan - Mar 24, 2005 Mar 24 2005. Dead Can Dance Kölner Philharmonie, Cologne - Mar 26, 2005 Mar 26 2005.
Dead Can Dance, 2005: Gerrard at centre right; Perry at extreme right. These concerts were recorded and released on The Show record label. I have been talking with Lisa Gerrard this past week with regard to recording a new DCD album this coming winter.
Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun (1987). Spleen And Ideal (1985). Dead Can Dance (1984).
Biography by Vladimir Bogdanov. Dead Can Dance combine elements of European folk music, particularly music from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, with ambient pop and worldbeat flourishes. The Serpent's Egg. Dead Can Dance. Within the Realm of a . ead Can Dance. See Full Discography.
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2005 - DCD 2005 World Tour (October 10th, Washington DC). 2005 - DCD 2005 World Tour (Oct 12th 2005, Chicago). 2005 - DCD 2005 World Tour (March 16th 2005, Lille). 2005 - DCD 2005 World Tour (Sept. 2005 - Memento (The very best of Dead Can Dance). 2008 - Dead Can Dance.
Dead Can Dance (sometimes referred to as DCD) were an ambient, world music band which formed in Melbourne, Australia, in August 1981. Its mainstays were Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry. The band relocated to London in May 1982 and disbanded in 1998, but reunited temporarily for a world tour in 2005.
|1-04||The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove||5:34|
|1-05||The Love That Cannot Be||8:53|
|1-06||The Lotus Eaters||5:42|
|1-10||The Wind That Shakes The Barley||3:18|
|1-11||How Fortunate The Man With None||8:23|
|2-01||Dreams Made Flesh||4:22|
|2-02||I Can See Now||2:43|
|2-09||Hymn For The Fallen||8:08|
- Keyboards – Michael Edwards, Patrick Cassidy
- Percussion – Niall Gregory, Simeon Smith
- Percussion, Guitar, Bass, Voice – Lance Hogan
- Performer – Brendan Perry, Lisa Gerrard
NotesRecorded live on March 22nd 2005 in Barcelona, Spain.
Edition limited to 500 individually numbered albums.
Another 100 numbered copies came in the ultra limited "Europe 2005" Boxset (containing one copy of each date from the European tour).