Klaus Nomi (German Klaus Sperber, January 24, 1944, immenstadt -. August 6, 1983, New York) – American singer of German origin, one of the first victims of AIDS among celebrities.
Nomi pace yourself with endless exercises to achieve the tone drunken diva. Like many geniuses, during his lifetime he was never otsenёn. After his death became an object of worship among the creative people with complicated tastes (it is believed that the clown in “Blue Velvet,” Lynch copied from Nomi). In 1982, Klaus Nomi sang Henry Purcell «The Cold Song». This is a song a few years later Nyman uses in “The Cook, the thief, his wife and her lover.”
Live At Hurrah’s (New York) – 1979, 256 kbps
Klaus Nomi -1981, 256 kbps
Simple Man – 1982, 256 kbps
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