The Golem is a soundtrack written and performed by Black Francis at the 2008 San Francisco International Film Festival for the 1920 film The Golem: How He Came into the World. The soundtrack was released in 2010 as a 5-disc set. Only 500 copies were made, and was released exclusively for purchase from Blackfrancis.
Golem Yiddish folk punk phenomenon Golem tears through musical conventions, pushing the envelope of tradition. The six-piece accordion-led outfit sprinkles fiddle on top of punk sensibilities to create a folk punk concoction that demands you dance along. This music is for drinking, dancing and loving! Tanz, released 13 May 2014 New York klezmer-rock band Golem's 2014 album Tanz. Released on Corason Digital. Produced by Tony Maimone in Brooklyn. Jewish Eastern European music never made you dance like this before.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Country of origin: Germany. Location: Buckow, Brandenburg (early), Berlin (later).
Listen to music from Golem like Sun City, Orion Awakes & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Golem. There are 10 Bands called Golem: 1. A klezmer band from New York, United States 2. A krautrock band from Germany 3. A pop rock band from Chile 4. A death metal band from Germany 5. A dubstep DJ from Croatia 6. A power metal band from Dominican Republic 7. A Japanese doom metal band 8. An Italian Electronic Melodic Death/Groove Metal.
Golem performs nationally across the United States and internationally, in clubs and festivals in France, Germany, Poland, Sweden and Mexico. After self-released album Homesick Songs (2004), Golem released two albums, Fresh Off Boat (2006) and Citizen Boris (2009) on independent Jewish label, Jdub Records. Their new release, Tanz (2014) on the prestigious Mexican label Corasón Digital and produced by Tony Maimone of Pere Ubu, marks a conscious move into new territory, with mainly original material
Golem (disambiguation) - A golem is an artificial animated being in medieval and Jewish folklore.
The Golem: How He Came Into the World is a 1920 silent film version of the popular story (traditionally, golems also can't speak, which makes them an ideal subject for the pre-talkie era). Lately, film festivals and musicians have made a nice sideline of presenting live scores to such movies, and in 2008, prolific Pixes frontman Black Francis composed a soundtrack to The Golem for the San Francisco International Film Festival. No film screening necessary.
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