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Classic sounds from France -- a mix of chanson, French pop, Saravah sounds, and more -- work from Serge Gainsbourg, Brigitte Fontaine, France Gall, and others!


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✨✧ Swingle SingersJazz Sebastien Bach Vol 2 ... CD
Philips (France), 1968. Used ... Out Of Stock
5 years after this groovy French combo recorded their groundbreaking Jazz Sebastian Bach album, they went back to the maestro for a new set of compositions – all done in that amazing "wah-wah/woo-woo" vocal sound that the group virtually pioneered! The core of this stuff is jazz vocalese, but the work is handled in a groovy baroque way that was a huge influence on French and Italian soundtracks from the 60s – with some slight backing by Guy Pederson and Daniel Humair on bass and drums, and some incredible vocal acrobatics that really send us. Titles include "Adagio", "Fugue En Sol Majeur", "Vivace", "Gavotte", "Choral", and "Prelude Et Fugue No 10 En Mi Mineur". (Vocalists, French) CD
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✨✧ Lasry-BaschetInstruments Non-Electronique ... LP
Cacophonic (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An incredible collection of some of the earliest Lasry-Baschet recordings – some of the greatest avant French sounds of the late 50s! It's the union of two pairs of musically progressive siblings – sound and instrument engineers/sculpters Bemard and Francois Baschet and piano-trained musicians Jacques and Yvonne Lasry – making strangely compelling, oddly percussive music that's never too far out, and always genuinely musical. Incredible stuff! Includes "La Danse Du Cristal", "Prelude Metallique", 'Toccata Toccarde", "Invention A 2 Voix En Re Mineur", "Mister Blues", "Paludisme (Part 2)", "Rapsodie De Budapest", "Musique Du Film Cosmotonie", "Paludisme (Part 1)", "Quatuor Pour Trois" and more. (Out Sound, French) LP, Vinyl record album

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