Friday, February 27, 2009

Stéphane Milleret & Norbert Pignol - Sales Gosses (2004 France) @192

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01. La chambre bleue (Stéphane Milleret)
02. Slogan (Norbert Pignol)
03. Delirium Tremens (S.M.)
04. Les deux visages de l'ange (S.M.)
05. Les pieds de la dame aux clebs/Vite fait (S.M./N.P)
06. Sucré salé / Le nombril du monde (N.P./S.M.)
07. Piccolo blues (N.P.)
08. Tempérament improbable (S.M.)
09. Rêve de céramique (N.P)
10. Aubade leçon numéro 32 (N.P)
11. La glissade du singe (S.M.)


Stéphane Milleret: Accordéons diatoniques
Norbert Pignol: Accordéons diatoniques



Thursday, February 26, 2009

Obsession - Bulgaroide Tribu (1996 France) @320

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01 - Bulgaroide Tribu
02 - Triptyque
03 - Louis D'or
04 - Triton Pressé
05 - Chromatisme Crânien Part. 2
06 - Chromatisme Crânien Part. 3
07 - Vapeur Troublante
08 - Obsession Part. 4
09 - Tribulations
10 - Coda
11 - Chromatisme Crânien Part. 4


Pierre Marinet: Violon
Stéphane Milleret: Accordéons diatoniques
Norbert Pignol: Accordéons diatoniques
Christophe Sacchettini: Flûtes à bec, percussions
Jean-Pierre Sarzier: Clarinette basse


01 - Bulgaroide Tribu



Monday, February 23, 2009

Dédale - Alive Face B (1998 France) @320

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01 - Cinq degrés de plus
02 - No past
03 - Alive
04 - Andrométric
05 - Du pain et des oeufs part 1 et 2
06 - Larissa
07 - La guinguette ~ Phyllis
08 - La tripolitaine
09 - Laridé
10 - Comme dans un troquet vide
11 - Valse débranchée

Olivier Cohu: basse, guitare
Isabelle Pignol: vielle à roue
Norbert Pignol: accordéons diatoniques
Christophe Sacchettini: flûtes à bec, anches, épinettes, percussions, whistles
Jean-Pierre Sarzier: clarinette, clarinette basse, claviers
William Tortolo: basse

Dédale - Alive Face A (1997 France) @VBR~224

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01 - Polemique
02 - Dejeuner sur l'herbe
03 - Chronique urbaine
04 - Rosebud
05 - British swing
06 - Alambic - Zip
07 - Vagabondage
08 - The dwarf
09 - Avenue du Valon Vert
10 - Suite d'an dro

Olivier Cohu: basse, guitare
Isabelle Pignol: vielle à roue
Norbert Pignol: accordéons diatoniques
Christophe Sacchettini: flûtes à bec, anches, épinettes, percussions, whistles
Jean-Pierre Sarzier: clarinette, clarinette basse, claviers
William Tortolo: basse

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Dédale - No Past (1995 France) @320

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01. Mensonge pour danser
02. Avenue du Vallon-Vert
03. Du pain et des œufs part 1 et 2
04. Cinq degrés de plus
05. Déjeuner sur l'herbe
06. La basse court
07. No past
08. Comme dans un troquet vide
09. Larissa (Live)
10. Du pain et des œufs part 3

Olivier Cohu: basse, guitare
Isabelle Pignol: vielle à roue
Norbert Pignol: accordéons diatoniques
Christophe Sacchettini: flûtes à bec, anches, épinettes, percussions, whistles
Jean-Pierre Sarzier: clarinette, clarinette basse, claviers



Mensonge Pour Danser



Monday, February 16, 2009

Pairdown - Holykyle (USA 2009) @320

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P R O M O T I O N - FULL ALBUM

Pairdown is the collaboration of Pittsburgh-based singer-guitarists David Leicht and Raymond Morin. The two met and began performing together in 2005. Their eponymous EP, released on Sort Of Records in 2006, is a collection of six songs blending the duo’s inter-dependent acoustic guitar work with Leicht’s inventive writing. The opening title, “Nonlinear Lions” was coined in a passage of Mike Davis’ book, Ecology Of Fear, concerning the link between environmental fluctuations and outbreaks of 'deviant' animal behavior. A series of uneasy images are feathered with bits of satire, from the intro: “they love the taste of your lotion / ending your motion…” to dadaesque refrain, chanted in a bluesy, two-part harmony: “in this future, you’re furniture!”

Holykyle, released February 2009, builds on fundamentals of the EP with increasingly complex writing and guitar arrangements enlivened by electric bass and tight drumming. Over the course of ten songs, Morin & Leicht trade off lead and accompanying vocal duties, with additional contributions by Nate McDermott (of the Boston-based group Paper Thin Stages). The record opens with “Percy In Her Hairfork,” about a Gulf War deserter harbored by a former lover. “Spotted Eye” is a joyful tune penned by Morin, based on his larger illustrated work. The title track, “Holykyle,” is a surrealist’s paean set to hypnotic finger picked guitars and percussion. The song commences with an invitation: “come, you pariahs, aboard / my you-shape canoe, holykyle / I’ve donned her rims with roses / worked her down with a hazel pole.”

Despite the occasional folk-blues guitar phrase or psychedelic turn, Holykyle does not feel like a period piece. Its stylistic precedents range from vintage acoustic-rock hybrids like Leo Kottke’s Mudlark and Love’s Forever Changes, to modern polyphonic guitar experiments epitomized by Gastr Del Sol’s post-rock masterpiece, Upgrade and Afterlife. Holykyle was recorded at Morin’s home with an 8-track reel-to-reel tape deck and modest assortment of microphones. Nate McDermott mixed the tracks in Boston. Hans DeKline of Sound Bites Dog mastered the audio in Los Angeles. Bill Smith Custom Records cut and pressed the 12” vinyl.


01 - Percy In Her Hairfork
02 - Holykyle
03 - Good Wood
04 - Backside Building
05 - Vacation Bay
06 - Three Coat
07 - Spotted Eye
08 - Untitled For Holly
09 - Burning Up A Winning Ticket
10 - Soon You Will Flourish As A Caterer
11 - Woman From Donori

David Leicht & Raymond Morin: Acoustic Guitars and Vocals
with:
Nate McDermott (percussion & additional vocals on LP)
Minette Vaccariello (live bass)
Matt Leicht (live drums)
Jim Powell (live drums)



http://www.myspace.com/pairdown
More Info:
http://www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A46291


Saturday, February 14, 2009

Dédale - Chroniques Urbaines (1993 France) @VBR224

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01. La lanterne magique
02. Chronique urbaine
03. Andrométric04. Eprouvette
05. Polémique
06. Brittish swing
07. Vagabondage
08. Alambic / Zip
09. Bettia
10. O-K. T

Olivier Cohu: basse, guitare
Isabelle Pignol: vielle à roue
Norbert Pignol: accordéons diatoniques
Christophe Sacchettini: flûtes à bec, anches, épinettes, percussions
Jean-Pierre Sarzier: clarinette, clarinette basse, claviers



Wednesday, February 11, 2009

June Tabor - Apples (2007 England) @320

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01. The Dancing / Miss Lindsay Barker (7:27)
02. The Old Garden Gate (4:04)
03. The Auld Beggarman (4:47)
04. The Rigs of Rye (5:50)
05. I Love My Love (4:27)
06. Soldiers Three (2:52)
07. Speak Easy (5:59)
08. Au Logis De Mon Père (2:47)
09. Standing in Line (5:38)
10. Ce Fu En Mai (4:13)
11. My Love Came to Dublin (4:36)
12. Send Us a Quiet Night (5:15)

June Tabor: vocals
Andy Cutting: diatonic accordion
Mark Emerson: piano, violin, viola
Tim Harries: double bass



Monday, February 9, 2009

June Tabor - At The Wood's Heart (2005 England) @320

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01 - The Banks of the Sweet Primroses (5:31)
02 - The Broomfield Wager (4:21)
03 - Ah! The Sighs (4:46)
04 - Now Welcome Summer (2:46)
05 - Heart Like a Wheel (5:00)
06 - Johnny Johnny (7:16)
07 - Oh! Alas, I Am in Love (4:04)
08 - Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me (5:23)
09 - Les Choses les Plus Simples (5:28)
10 - She's Like the Swallow (5:03)
11 - The Cloud Factory (6:20)
12 - Lie Near Me (7:17)

June Tabor: vocals
Huw Warren: piano
Martin Simpson: guitar
Andy Cutting: diatonic accordion
Mark Emerson: viola and violin
Mark Lockheart: tenor and soprano saxophones
Tim Harries: double bass
Iain Ballamy: tenor saxophone [10, 12]


June Tabor - An Echo of Hooves (2003 England) @256

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01 - Bonnie James Campbell (3:38)
02 - The Duke of Athole's Nurse (4:18)
03 - The Battle of Otterburn (5:49)
04 - Lord Maxwell's Last Goodnight (4:16)
05 - Hughie Graeme (3:20)
06 - The Border Widow's Lament (5:53)
07 - Fair Margaret and Sweet William (5:42)
08 - Rare Willie (3:12)
09 - Young Johnstone (6:15)
10 - The Cruel Mother (6:09)
11 - Sir Patrick Spens (7:05)

June Tabor: vocals
Huw Warren: piano, cello, piano accordion
Mark Emerson: violin, viola, piano [10]
Tim Harries: double bass
Martin Simpson: guitar [2, 9]
Kathryn Tickell: Northumbrian pipes [3, 5]

Monday, February 2, 2009

June Tabor - Rosa Mundi (2001 England) @192

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01 - Roses of Picardy (4:08)
02 - Belle Rose (2:47)
03 - Deep in Love (4:58)
04 - O My Luve's Like a Red Red Rose (3:18)
05 - Rose in June (4:42)
06 - Paint Me, Redouté (5:26)
07 - Rhosyn Wyn / Winterrose (4:24)
08 - The Rose Is White, the Rose Is Red / Dargason (2:26)
09 - The Crown of Roses (Tchaikowsky's Legend) (3:59)
10 - Barbry Ellen (5:37)
11 - Maybe Then I'll Be a Rose (4:21)

June Tabor: vocals
Huw Warren: piano
Mark Emerson: violin, viola
Richard Bolton: cello

June Tabor - A Quiet Eye (2000 England) @192

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01 - The Gardener (5:20)
02 - A Place Called England (4:41)
03 - I Will Put My Ship in Order (6:08)
04 - I'll Be Seeing You (4:02)
05 - Out of Winter / Waltzing's for Dreamers (5:54)
06 - Pharaoh (6:00)
07 - Must I Be Bound? (5:02)
08 - The Writing of Tipperary / It's a Long Way to Tipperary (9:37)
09 - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face (3:09)
10 - The Water is Wide / St Agnes / Jeannie and Jamie (8:38)


June Tabor: vocals
Huw Warren: piano

with the Creative Jazz Orchestra:
Mark Bassey & Liam Kirkman: trombone
Richard Iles: trumpet
Jim Rattigan: French horn
Richard Bolton: cello
Richard Fox: tuba
Dudley Phillips: double bass
Andy Schofield: clarinet, alto saxophone
Iain Dixon: bass clarinet, clarinet
Mark Emerson: violin, viola
Roy Doods: percussion
Mark Lockheart: clarinet, tenor & soprano saxophones


June Tabor - On Air (1999 England) @320

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Album updated to 320K

01 - White Rabbit (2:25)
02 - Furzefield (2:19)
03 - Young Allan (3:00)
04 - As I Roved Out (4:38)
05 - The Banks of the Sweet Dundee (2:59)
06 - Terror Time (2:36)
07 - This Wheel's on Fire (4:04)
08 - Lord Bateman (4:19)
09 - The Overgate (2:20)
10 - Derby Gaol (3:59)
11 - Short Jacket and White Trousers (1:30)
12 - All Along the Watchtower (3:22)

Tracks 3, 11 recorded August 26, 1976, broadcast September 13, 1976;
Tracks 5, 8 recorded January 25, 1977, broadcast February 22, 1977; also published on The Peel Sessions;
Track 10 recorded July 11, 1977, broadcast July 19, 1977;
Track 9 recorded January 24, 1978, broadcast February 12, 1978; June Tabor, vocals; Martin Simpson, guitar, banjo; John Gillaspie, synthesiser, recorder, organ; also published on Always;
Tracks 2, 4, 6 recorded July 23, 1978; June Tabor, vocals; Huw Warren, piano, synthesiser;
Tracks 1, 7, 12 recorded November 27, 1990, broadcast January 5, 191; June Tabor and the Oysterband; tracks 1 and 12 also published on Freedom and Rain Tour '91 Sampler


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