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Will Die for You
     

Will Die for You

5.0 1
by Kiki & Herb
 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/08/2005
Label:
Evolver
UPC:
0823276203025
catalogNumber:
762030

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kiki & Herb   Primary Artist
Justin Bond   Vocals,Group Member
Kenny Mellman   Piano,Vocals

Technical Credits

Stevie Nicks   Composer
Roger Waters   Composer
Ute Lemper   Composer
David Foster   Presentation
Rupert Holmes   Composer
Annie Lennox   Composer
Kenny Ascher   Composer
Alan Bergman   Composer
Marilyn Bergman   Composer
Ian Curtis   Composer
Peter Hook   Composer
Keith Olsen   Composer
Paul Weller   Composer
Melanie Safka   Composer
Gil Scott-Heron   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
Doug Wright   Liner Notes
Stephen Morris   Composer
Bernard Sumner   Composer
Gillian Gilbert   Composer
Ryan Adams   Composer
Soeur Sourire   Composer
Errol Rennalls   Composer
John Darnielle   Composer
Justin Bond   Concept,Execution
Kenny Mellman   Concept,Execution
Leszek Wojcik   Engineer
Colin Meloy   Composer
Parker Posey   Composer
Julian Fleisher   Producer

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Will Die for You 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
...and also weep quite a few tears as you listen to this brilliantly produced double CD set of Kiki and Herb's sold out Carnegie Hall show. Even if you weren't there (and it did seem that everyone south of 23rd Street ventured up north for this night), this live set will more than compensate. If you're the kind of mindset that will appreciate an arrangement that blends The Rainbow Connection, Tomorrow Belongs to Me and Edelweiss, then you're my kind of mindset and you will love this. Not for the faint of heart. Among the many many highlights: "Sex Bomb", "Has Anyone Even Written Anything for you", "I Was Meant for the Stage", "Love Will Tear Us Apart", and especially (how K&H were going this strong after three hours) "Tonight's the Kind of Night", "Total Eclipse of the Heart", and "Running Up That Hill". The monologues of Kiki are sheer brilliance. An incredibly funny, heartfelt, gorgeous night. Highest recommendation.