Mimi Goese

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Mimi Goese (last name rhymes with hazy) is the former vocalist for dream pop band Hugo Largo.[1] She also appeared in the 1996 short film Black Kites, directed by Jo Andres.

Two collaborations with Moby, tracks "Into the Blue" and "When It's Cold I'd Like to Die",[2] appear on the Moby's album Everything Is Wrong. The latter song was heard during the closing credits of The Sopranos episode "Join the Club".)

Under the name Mimi (no last name) she has released one solo album, Soak, on the Luaka Bop label, with contributions from French record producer Hector Zazou.[3] She also released a cover of Screamin' Jay Hawkins' "I Put a Spell on You" as a single. .

In 2006, Goese collaborated and performed onstage with the "mutantrumpeter" Ben Neill on a project called XIX. In 2010, the duo collaborated on a musical theater piece titled "Persephone", which was premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 2010 Next Wave Festival. Goese and Neill were commissioned by BAM to create the staged work (co-starring actress Julia Stiles) with multimedia company Ridge Theater. "Persephone" With a book by Tony Award-winning playwright Warren Leight, it grew out of the 19th-century musical themes that Goese and Neill were exploring. An album featuring music from the project, Songs for Persephone, was released by Ramseur Records in August 2011.

Goese continues to occasionally perform and also teaches classes in performing arts.

Her latest project is a collaboration with Cornish band The Ascension Plan, guesting on two tracks, "Buoy" and "Life (You Are)",[4] and a one-off performance at the Minack Theatre in Porthcurno on May 2, 2014.[5]

"Mimi’s voice conjures up a long plummet through white light and space. It’s like a parachutist still in free fall, who seems briefly weightless and adrift in an ocean of air." -Melody Maker

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robbins and Stenger. "Hugo Largo". trouserpress.com. Retrieved 2008-05-21. 
  2. ^ Cairns, Dan (2006-10-29). "Down time: Moby". The Times (London). Retrieved 2009-10-19. 
  3. ^ Ann Powers (1998-06-17). "Carving a Path Of Innovations". nytimes.com. Retrieved 2008-07-15. 
  4. ^ https://vimeo.com/album/1924641/video/89136849
  5. ^ http://theminackplan.blogspot.co.uk/

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