Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill
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|Lost In The Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill|
|Compilation album by Hal Willner|
|Producer||Hal Willner, Paul M. Young|
|Hal Willner chronology|
Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill is a 1985 tribute album to German-American composer Kurt Weill. It was executive-produced by Hal Willner and John Telfer, and produced by Hal Willner and Paul M. Young.
- "Introduction from Mahagonny-Songspiel" – Steve Weisberg
- "The Ballad of Mac The Knife" (from The Threepenny Opera) – Sting and Dominic Muldowney
- "The Cannon Song" (from The Threepenny Opera) – The Fowler Brothers and Stan Ridgway
- "Ballad of the Soldier's Wife" – Marianne Faithfull and Chris Spedding
- "Johnny Johnson Medley" – Van Dyke Parks
- "Johnny's Melody"
- "Aggie's Sewing Machine"
- "Alabama Song" (from Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny) – Ralph Schuckett with Richard Butler, Bob Dorough, Ellen Shipley and John Petersen
- "Youkali Tango" – Armadillo String Quartet
- "Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes" (The Little Lieutenant of the Loving God) (from Happy End) – John Zorn
- "September Song" (from Knickerbocker Holiday) – Lou Reed
- "Lost in the Stars" – Carla Bley with Phil Woods
- "What Keeps Mankind Alive?" (from The Threepenny Opera) – Tom Waits
- "Surabaya Johnny" (from Happy End) – Dagmar Krause
- "Oh Heavenly Salvation" (from Mahagonny) – Mark Bingham with Johnny Adams and Aaron Neville
- "Call From The Grave/Ballad In Which MacHeath Begs All Men For Forgiveness" (from The Threepenny Opera) – Todd Rundgren with Gary Windo
- "Speak Low" (from One Touch of Venus) – Charlie Haden and Sharon Freeman
- "In No Man's Land" (from Johnny Johnson) – Van Dyke Parks
The CD re-release contains the additional tracks
- "The Great Hall" – Henry Threadgill
- "Johnny's Speech" – Van Dyke Parks
- "Klops Lied" (Meatball Song) – Elliott Sharp
- "Hurricane Introduction" – Mark Bingham
- Viglione, Joe (2011). "Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill - Various Artists | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
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