Saturday, September 19, 2009

Parrenin, Fromont, Lefebvre

Emmanuelle Parrenin, Phil Fromont, Claude Lefebvre – Château dans les nuages – 1975




01-Château dans les nuages
02-La sirène
03-Voulant cueillir la rose
04-Taffetas
05-Ballade en forêt
06-Berceuse pour Rosemary
07-La sorcière
08-Gourabadidaï
09-Tango Emilio


Musiciens
Emmanuelle Parrenin : vielle à roue, épinette des Vosges, chant
Philippe Fromont : violon, alto, violoncelle, sarangui, ganza, zarb, cymbale, chant
Claude Lefbvre : guitare, mandole, violoncelle, tampoura, cymbale, chant

Denis Gasser : piano
François Mechali : contrebasse
Patricio Villaroel : tabla
X : cymbalum

Avec la pochette

DL

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5 Comments:

Anonymous arbor said...

thanks a million times for this album I've been searching forever!!

21 September, 2009 05:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice album, as always, thanks

23 September, 2009 08:42  
Blogger Gumby said...

Hi, I thought I'd share this true rarity with you all:

Shortwaveband: The Shortwaveband's Greatest Hats (1977)

http://rapidshare.com/files/284101190/The_Shortwaveband_s_Greatest_Hats__1977_.rar

Second and last LP by Phil Harrison's and Stuart Gordon's traditional British folk outfit, recorded during a four-day session at Bath University just before Christmas in 1976. Classic tunes like "The Drunken Sailor", Paddy Murphy's Wife", "King of the Fairies", "The Masons Apron" and "Merrily Kissed the Quaker" are treated so joyfully you wish you had been there.

I apologize for the rather poor shape of my LP, the person who previously owned it must have enjoyed it just as much as I do. I couldn't do much about the surface noise.

Harrison and Gordon made a new wave pop LP as Shortwave in 1979, then moved to The Korgis where they pretty much replaced Andy Davis. As Foreign Bodies they made the single "Voices" in 1981.

BTW, Shortwaveband's 1975 debut has eluded me for a long time, so if anyone has it to share, I'd be eternally grateful.

Cheers,

Gumby

24 September, 2009 06:52  
Anonymous Dave said...

Thanks for this and the other great 70s French folk you have posted. Some lost treasures and some that I didn't hear at the time, but look forward to listening to now. Merci bien.

25 October, 2009 00:30  
OpenID dishpantheism said...

i have been searching for this for years! thank you so very much for posting!!

18 April, 2010 19:47  

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