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✨✧ Jarvis CockerChansons D'Ennui Tip Top ... CD
Abkco, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really cool project from Jarvis Cocker – a set that's inspired by the Wes Anderson film The French Dispatch, with Cocker singing in French throughout – and at a level that really opens up his well-known love of some of the best pop modes of the 20th Century! Jarvis often whispers as much as he sings – taking a page from the book of Serge Gainsbourg – but the album's also not just a slavish rehash of French modes from the past, as some of the arrangements are a bit more contemporary – and offer up a a nice way to transform songs originally associated with Serge Gainsbourg, Dalida, Francoise Hardy, and other French singers from years past. Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier guests on "Paroles Paroles" – and other titles include "Requiem Pour Un Con", "Aline", "Elle Et Moi", "La Tendresse", "Dans Ma Chambre", "Il Pleut Sur La Gare", and "Amour Je Te Cherche". CD

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✨✧ Jarvis CockerChansons D'Ennui Tip Top ... LP
Abkco, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really cool project from Jarvis Cocker – a set that's inspired by the Wes Anderson film The French Dispatch, with Cocker singing in French throughout – and at a level that really opens up his well-known love of some of the best pop modes of the 20th Century! Jarvis often whispers as much as he sings – taking a page from the book of Serge Gainsbourg – but the album's also not just a slavish rehash of French modes from the past, as some of the arrangements are a bit more contemporary – and offer up a a nice way to transform songs originally associated with Serge Gainsbourg, Dalida, Francoise Hardy, and other French singers from years past. Stereolab's Laetitia Sadier guests on "Paroles Paroles" – and other titles include "Requiem Pour Un Con", "Aline", "Elle Et Moi", "La Tendresse", "Dans Ma Chambre", "Il Pleut Sur La Gare", and "Amour Je Te Cherche". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Alexandre Desplat & OthersFrench Dispatch ... LP
Abkco, 2021. New Copy ... $39.99 41.99
A completely charming soundtrack for an equally charming film – a set that mixes together the instrumental music created by Alexandre Desplat for the Wes Anderson film The French Dispatch, and a number of the full songs that were used as snippets during the movie! Desplat's compositions are great – able to shift in mode and tone for the different stories featured in the narrative, but all cohesive enough to support the whimsy and wit of Anderson's direction. And these cuts are balanced out by a number of French songs and other soundtrack themes from earlier generations – woven together in the best Wes Anderson way. These cuts include "Tu M'As Trop Menti" by Chantal Goya, "Inseguimento Al Taxi" by Mario Nascimbene, "I've Seen That Face Before Me" by Grace Jones, "Fiasco" by Gus Viseur, "J'En Deduis Que Je T'Aime" by Charles Aznavour, "L'Ultima Volta" by Ennio Morricone, "Adagio" by Georges Delerue, "Aline" by Jarvis Cocker, and "Fugue No 2" by The Swingle Singers. LP, Vinyl record album

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Jonny TrunkWrappers Delight ... Book
Fuel (UK), 2020. New Copy ... $16.99 32.95
Jonny Trunk's a man who's given us plenty of great music over the years – his fantastic productions on the Trunk Records label – but this time around, he's presenting us with something sweeter – hundreds of rare candy wrappers from the 20th Century, mixed with some soda cans and a few other sweet things too! There's over 500 images in the book, all full color – and the presentation is great – almost like an art book, as the wrappers aren't worn or dirty, but nearly pristine – and matched with notes and a bit of history. The book is overflowing with really cool images, including some unusual cards and inserts – and the focus here is probably most strong on the 60s and 70s, which is what we might expect from Jonny Trunk. Jarvis Cocker did the introduction, and the book is 237 pages, softcover, and full color throughout. Book

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✨✧ UnkleNever Never Land ... CD
Mo Wax/Island, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
James Lavelle's Unkle takes another sharp turn with Never Never Land – a pretty atmospheric batch of longish, tripnotic and moody Brit electronic club soul. Much of the album has the same slow-building structure as the "Eye For An Eye" single – light strings and/or synths, and hollow distant percussive parts gets the ball rolling, before the loose vocals carry the tune into a massive, club-pounding chorus. It's definitely not the UNKLE of Psyence Fiction, in which DJ Shadow steered the sounds all over the map. It's a very streamlined, very mood-rock learned formula this time around, and the result comes out as a really menacing mix of a langourous, Talk Talk kind of groove, a less lumbering version of later electronic Wire, and some of the darker club sounds of recent years. Guests this time out include Pulp's Jarvis Cocker, Eno, Massive Attack's Robert del Naja and others. Tracks include "Back And Forth", "Eye For An Eye", "In A State", "I Need Something Stronger", "Panic Attack", "Invasion", "Glow", "Inside" "What Are You To Me?" and more. CD

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✨✧ Alexandre Desplat & OthersFrench Dispatch ... CD
Abkco, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A completely charming soundtrack for an equally charming film – a set that mixes together the instrumental music created by Alexandre Desplat for the Wes Anderson film The French Dispatch, and a number of the full songs that were used as snippets during the movie! Desplat's compositions are great – able to shift in mode and tone for the different stories featured in the narrative, but all cohesive enough to support the whimsy and wit of Anderson's direction. And these cuts are balanced out by a number of French songs and other soundtrack themes from earlier generations – woven together in the best Wes Anderson way. These cuts include "Tu M'As Trop Menti" by Chantal Goya, "Inseguimento Al Taxi" by Mario Nascimbene, "I've Seen That Face Before Me" by Grace Jones, "Fiasco" by Gus Viseur, "J'En Deduis Que Je T'Aime" by Charles Aznavour, "L'Ultima Volta" by Ennio Morricone, "Adagio" by Georges Delerue, "Aline" by Jarvis Cocker, and "Fugue No 2" by The Swingle Singers. CD
Also available French Dispatch ... LP 39.99
 
 
 



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