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Album Review

Preceding the release of Barbara Morgenstern's 2006 full-length The Grass Is Always Greener, The Operator is a brief sample of what could be expected of that forthcoming album. The title track is featured in two versions that are different than its full-length counterpart: there's an edit that's about a minute shorter than the album version, and there's also a solo piano version of the song that strips away the electronics for a showcase of Morgenstern's piano, voice, and songwriting. This latter version is a key glimpse into the makings of The Grass Is Always Greener, because the album is also driven largely by those three attributes — piano, voice, and songwriting — with the electronics functioning almost as background shading, whereas on her earlier work, that equation had been inverted, with electronics in the forefront. Each version — the edit, piano, and album one — is slightly unique; moreover, they aren't just one version mixed differently. Lastly, The Operator includes a non-album track, "Mein Elekrisches Tier," that is relatively minor, clocking in at less than two minutes.

Biography

Born: Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the primary producers on Gudrun Gut's Berlin-based electronic-pop label Monika Enterprise, Barbara Morgenstern debuted in 1999 with the Vermona ET 6-1 album. Through 2000's Fjorden and 2003's Nichts Muss, her melodic sense became more pronounced, and with time she also began fielding remix requests for the likes of Dntel, Station 17, Ellen Allien, Malaria!, and Smash TV. Tesri, a collaborative release with To Rococo Rot's Robert Lippok, came out in mid-2005. The Grass Is Always Greener followed...
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