The Nomi Song (DVD - SONE 1)
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Born Klaus Sperber in Essen, Germany, Nomi dressed like an alien, sang like an angel, and electrified new wave-era New York. The classically trained tenor moved to the US in the 1970s. Influenced by Maria Callas, Marlene Dietrich, and 1950s sci-fi films, the "opera-singing pastry chef," as writer Glenn O'Brien described him, developed a unique look and sound that stood apart from every other act to emerge from the East Village. At the height of his fame, he caught the eye of David Bowie, with whom he performed on Saturday Night Live in 1979. Unfortunately, his AIDS-related death in 1983 curtailed any chance to reach a wider audience. Andrew Horn's evocative portrait rises above the ordinary by documenting a scene as much as its most original participant.
- "Total Eclipse" + "Samson & Delila" exclusive audio remixes from Ana Matronic of the Scissor Sisters, Richard Barone, Moog Cookbook, Man Parrish
- Interviews with songwriters Kristian Hoffman, Lou Christie and other associated artists
- Deleted scenes
- Photo gallery from East Village photographer David Godlis
- Theatrical trailer
- Director's commentary track
- Full performances of "The Cold Song" and "After the Fall" not seen since performed originally by Klaus
|Antall disker||1||Spilletid||1 timer 36 minutter|
|Lydformater||Stereo 2.0 (Engelsk)||Bildeformater||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic|
|Regissør||Andrew Horn||Skuespillere||Klaus Nomi|