Josef Nadek is a tyrolean based industrial/experimental project.
"Mei Liab Isch Tot" (engl. 'my dear one is dead') contains three
recordings dealing with tyrolean mythology, wrapped around the
incidence of a child's death.
not only with its cover, 'Mei Liab Isch Tot' paints a mythical picture,
and drags the listener into a world of upside-down tradition.
after the title track, which builds a not so romantic atmosphere around
the death of a child, the second part ('s`längnosate Weibele' - 'the
long nosed woman') describes the child's apotheosis guided by the
'Gstampa', a mythical female character that cares for unchristened dead
the last part ('Einkehr zua di Zwölften' - 'the return to the twelves')
follows this mythical woman collecting sacrificial offerings.
'Mei Liab Isch Tot' is a short, but extremely intense album, and a benign salute to tyrolean mythology.
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