Saturday, December 10, 2016

Etienne Grandjean & La Belle Société ‎– Étienne Grandjean & La Belle Société (1995 FRA) [320]

Author, composer and performer, Etienne Grandjean is a virtuoso of the diatonic accordion. The musician subtly explored the world of circus and fairground festivals. At the option of a rich sound palette here means a slow waltz, there inflamed java, some jazzy gypsy or skids. Melancholy alongside humor and, over the pieces, plays instruments that take the audience on a festive round which, like the Ferris wheel, will make you dizzy. In this musical carousel, La Belle Societe leads the way. But Who forms this Beautiful Company? Well, alongside Etienne Grandjean, saxophonist Vincent Burlot and bassist-guitarist Job Defernez become magicians who open the doors of our enchanted dreams. So take a seat. Ladies and gentlemen, the show begins!

    Accordion [Accordéon Diatonique], Guitar, Vocals – Etienne Grandjean
    Strings [Cordes], Bass, Guitar – Job Defernez
    Tuba, Saxophone, Calliope, Voice [Voix D'Opéré] – Vincent Burlot
    Viola – Bernard Kerboeuf
    Drums – Dominique Le Bozec


Tracklist:
1     Manouche     2:06
2     Eléna Mosquito Del Sol     1:26
3     La Chanson De La Misére     3:22
4     La Parade Des Celtes     2:46
5     La Java Mystère     2:35
6     Accordéon Et Boniment     3:35
7     La Callas Des Trottoirs     3:18
8     Le Bal Des Mendiants     2:41
9     La Complainte Des Mystères De Paris     3:13
10     Les Mendigots     3:54
11     Le Pavillon Des Illusions     2:40
12     Song For My Dog     2:52
13     Les Mystères De Paname     2:35
14     Mam'zelle Fabienne     2:21

2 comments:

Skylamb said...

La Belle Société
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gregosgregos said...

La java mystère est une très belle mélodie composée par Wladimir Cosma pour la série télé Les mystères de Paris, parfaiement interprétée ici.

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