What does ALISE stand for?
What does ALISE mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: ALISE.
What does ALISE mean?
- Alise is the third album by Latvian band Dzeltenie Pastnieki, released through magnitizdat in 1984, and 'officially' as late as 2004. The album was based on the music the band recorded for an amateur stage adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, directed by Andris Zeibots. All the lyrics are from the two books, as translated by Dagnija Dreika-Matule and Zeibots. Album closer "Gaisa balona dzinēja" is an instrumental version of the 1980 Raimonds Pauls/Vizma Belševica song "Kamolā tinēja", which was originally performed by Imants Skrastiņš. The Dzeltenie Pastnieki version was heavily influenced by Trio, particularly the song "Turaluraluralu". Outtakes from this album's sessions eventually formed the basis for the next album, Vienmēr klusi, while directly related tracks on later albums include "Alise un runcis", "Brīnišķā zupa", "Hercogienes dziesma" and studio chatter titled "Cik zaļas acis zutim". A short instrumental reprise of "Vakara zupa" was included on the band's 2003 comeback album Kaķis.