8 thoughts on “ Leslie Winer - & That Dead Horse (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Aug 08,  · Leslie Winer was, in the words of Jean-Paul Gaultier, “the first androgynous model.” In the s, her angular features landed her campaigns for Valentino and Miss Dior; covers of The Face and European editions of Vogue; and shoots with legendary photographers like Helmut Newton, Irving Penn and Pierre et Gilles.
  2. The Tapeworm’s charming new byproduct The Wormhole follows their tape issue of ‘& That Dead Horse’ with another batch of Leslie Winer's prototypical beats dating to the early '90s. The rogue model turned musician is responsible for ‘Witch’, an unduly overlooked and prescient album first issued in and later in ’94, causing the.
  3. release. "Produced in the twilight of the '80s in London and originally released on white-label LP with a homemade rubber stamp impression, Witch is the mysterious and powerful debut from poet, artist and musician Leslie Winer. It's an infectious patchwork of dub beats, tasteful samples and Winer's sultry blend of spoken word with cool, folksy lullabies that later became popularized by.
  4. Leslie Winer &c. brings together tracks from the first two decades of Leslie Winer's extensive yet little-known body of work. The earliest pieces, recorded in the late '80s, appeared on her debut solo album Witch (Transglobal/Rhythm King, ). First issued as a white label pressing in and featuring Jah Wobble, Karl Bonnie, and Helen Terry, the album earned Winer the distinction.
  5. Leslie Winer &c. brings together tracks from the first two decades of Leslie Winer 's extensive yet little-known body of work. The earliest pieces, recorded in the late '80s, appeared on her debut solo album Witch (Transglobal/Rhythm King, ). First issued as a white label pressing in and featuring Jah Wobble, >Karl Bonnie, and Helen Terry, the album earned Winer the.

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