Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Ingrid Kup
Feel Me



©1982 Teldec Digital 6.25034 AP
320 Kbps. Vinyl rip

Ingrid Kup, great voice, no recognition. Once she was half of the duo Big Mouth & Little Eve who had one hit (Uncle) in 1975. In 1977 the duo stopped and Willem (Big Mouth) and Ingrid (Little Eve) both went solo.

In 1981 Ingrid collaborated with Frank Duval and made a few singles and an album. Frank wrote the songs and produced them. The songs can be discribed as powerballads (think Bonnie Tyler or Doro)

Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) is an audio disc mastering technique developed by Teldec. Instead cutting onto a lacquer-coated disc, DMM cuts the groove directly in copper metal resulting in a higher quality.

Tracks: 01 Love what's your face / 02 What's there about her / 03 Hey butterfly / 04 Song of hope / 05 I'd Like To Be Your Woman / 06 Feel Me / 07 I Will Not Die / 08 Do you remember / 09 Tears in your eyes / 10 Life Goes On

Including coverart and lyrics.

5 comments:

phaota said...

Thanks for posting this album. I'm a HUGE fan and collector of 80s music, and didn't have anything by Ingrid in my MP3 archive.

On the topic of Harry Nilsson, being that you are massive fan and long standing friend of his, do you have his song "You're Breakin' My Heart" that he contributed to the "Private School" movie soundtrack back in 1983? If not, I would be more than happy to share a copy with you. Write me at phaota1@fastmail.fm.

Anonymous said...

Thank you soooo much for sharing this! This is just the beautiful feeling of the 80s from the first few years. Feels like you know it all from "Der Alte" due to Frank Duval production ;-))
Love It!!

David Bruce-Casares said...

THANKS FOR YOUR SHARES...SILLY QUESTION, BUT WHAT DO YOU USE TO EXTRACT THE ARCHIVE? (BTW, I'M ON A MAC)

n8w8 said...

@David

http://secretvault.blogspot.com/2008/07/unace-for-mac-linux-and-windows.html#links

Anonymous said...

Thanx a million dude!
I search for Ingrid since many many years!!!!Thanx again for the gift!
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