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News Ute Lemper's "Blood & Feathers" to Arrive on DVD in November In November DRG Records will release a new DVD featuring Ute Lemper, the German chanteuse who made her Broadway bow in Chicago.

"Blood & Feathers — Live at the Café Carlyle" will be available in music stores beginning Nov. 8. Lemper's latest act was recorded live at the famed Carlyle Feb. 24 and 25, 2005. Lemper was backed by Vana Gierig on piano, Mark Lambert on guitar, Gregory Jones on bass and Todd Turkisher on drums. The DVD has a running time of one hour and 27 minutes.

About her "Blood & Feathers" evening, Lemper said at the time, "[Audiences] should prepare to be taken on a ride through the joints of Berlin, Paris and New York to catch the spirits of poets and provocateurs, to hear stories between war and peace, to move from temptation to serenity, all decorated with blood and feathers! . . . Pirate Jenny will meet Edith Piaf and both will tell stories of lost love, betrayal, politics and revenge in the year 2005 — the scene is New York, the club is glamorous, but the stories are true!"

The complete track listing for the new DVD follows:
"Pirate Jenny"
"Blood and Feathers"
"The Ladies Who Lunch"
Moon Medley: "Bilbao Song," "Moon Dance," "Moon Over Bourbon Street," "Moon of Alabama," "Moon at the Window," "It’s Only a Paper Moon" and "Grapefruit Moon"
"Lilli Marlene"
"Muenchhausen/ The Baron of the Lies"
Cabaret Medley
"Surabaya Johnny"
"September Song"

Ute Lemper made her Broadway debut in the revival of Kander and Ebb's Chicago, and she is known throughout the world for her unique solo concerts that feature an eclectic array of material. She was named Billboard Crossover Artist of 1993-94, and her theatre credits feature roles in Peter Pan, Cabaret and Blue Angel. Lemper's many solo discs include "Ute Lemper Sings Kurt Weill," "Illusions," "Punishing Kiss," "Berlin Cabaret Songs" and "City of Strangers."

Visit www.drgrecords.com for more information.

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