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Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven OST by Yevgeni Doga (1975)


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Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven (Tabor Ukhodit V Nebo) – Soundtrack (By Yevgeni Doga) (1975)
Format: Mp3 256 kbps
Size: 84.1 MB

Some wonderful mad music here!

Tracklisting

01_Prolog.mp3
02_Brichka.mp3
03_Pod Zvezdanim nebom.mp3
04_Doroga.mp3
05_Sare Patrya.mp3
06_Jabloko.mp3
07_Vsadnik.mp3
08_Nane Zokha.mp3
09_Chereshnya.mp3
10_Kay Ene.mp3
11_Vstrecha.mp3
12_Ya Umirayu Mama.mp3
13_Malyarkiza.mp3
14_Scena U Cerkvi.mp3
15_Ay Mato.mp3
16_Final.mp3

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October 24, 2008 Posted by | Music_OST, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol.s 1-3 (2004) (@320kbps)

Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol.s 1-3 (2004) (@320kbps)

Fatfuckfreddy’s always telling me insane stories of his sordid experiences in Thai Go Go bars!

He never told me about this great music though!

Here are 3 volumes of Wild & Rockin’ 60s Sounds From The Land Of Smiles!

Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 1: Wild & Rockin’ 60s Sounds From The Land Of Smiles!
various artists
released in 2004
@320kbps
“Driving rhythms, rave-up guitar licks, groovy mod organ and proto-psychedelic guitar — from 60s Thailand! The Thai Beat series shines a warm light on the rare rock from “the Land of Smile” — and it’s a worthy endeavor! The freewheelin’ sunshine 60s groove stretched all across the globe, and this series does a pretty incredible job of show just how far — on top of showcasing some worthy groovy music!”
-dustygrooves

1. Kratae – Johnny’s Guitar
2. Tamai Dern Sae (Why Do You Walk Like a Drunkard) – Payom Moogda
3. Dance Dance Dance – Vichan Maneechot
4. Shake Baby Shake – Sodsai Chaengkij
5. Meow – Cat
6. Day Tripper – Starlights
7. Bangsaen ’66 – Johnny’s Guitar
8. Yipmerdai – Dang, Der Dong
9. Boongatanyon – Son Of P.M.
10. Loomsiah – Payom Moogda
11. Phom Rak Khoom Tching Tching (I Really Do Love You) – Viking Band
12. James Bond Theme – Son Of P.M.
13. Do the Watusi – Cat
14. Poo Yai Lee – Louise Kennedy
15. Supannahong – Johnny’s Guitar
16. Kaw-Liga – Silver Sand
17. Klongyao – Johnny’s Guitar
18. Yom Pha Barn Norn Pahwaa (Satan’s Nightmare) – Paiboon
19. Hit the Road Jack – Cat
20. Muay Thai – Ong-Ard, Jiraphand

alternative link – see below

Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 2: Groovy ’60’s Sounds From The Land Of Smile!
various artists
released in 2005
@320kbps

“If you dug volume 1 of Thai Beat A Go-Go, you’ll go crazy over the new release in the Thai Beat A Go-Go series! Incredible and ultra rare recordings from Thailand in the 1960s. The amazing Thai Beat A Go Go vol 2, concentrates on exotic female pop and rock vocal numbers, beat, a go-go, psych and some very weird tracks, extreme sensuality and emotions, surreal and groovy, all with a totally otherworldly Thai flavor.

Experience the blossoming Bangkok night club scene with the exotic bar and lounge go-go bands! There is a lot of work and effort behind these comps and they have taken a long time to compile. Records with Thai 60s-70s rock/pop a-go-go bands are incredible hard, if not impossible, to find as there is no Thai tradition of saving native artifacts from the 1960s.”

-label website

01. YoK YoK (Jump Jump)
Artist: Viparat Piengsuwan 2:34

02. Ding Dong
Artist: Surapon 2:30

03. Rak Tong Rorn (Love Passion)
Artist: Viparat Piengsuwan 2:35

04. Mia Chaa (My Darling)
Artist: Waipot Petsuwan 3:16

05. Mahn Kao Lah (What Fun)
Artist: Tuangchai Boonparaksa 2:50

06. Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop
Artist: The Reasons 1:58

07. The Boat That I Row
Artist: Sodsai Chaengkij 2:28

08. Kotmorn Yoop Yap (All Shook Up)
Artist: Sakarin Boonpit 2:02

09. Soo Kwarm Rak Khorng Phom Doo Dai (You Can See My Love)
Artist: Jackatchan 3:15

10. Wairoon (Teenager)
Artist: Kabuan Moogda 4:04

11. Nai Teum (Cool Guy)
Artist: Viparat Piengsuwan 2:31

12. Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus
Artist: The Traces 2:39

13. Funky Broadway
Artist: Suda Chuenbarn 2:36

14. tee Makhuea Pok (Aour Cheatin’ Heart)
Artist: Pairote 3:11

15. Lady Madonna
Artist: Sodsai Chaengkij 1:38

16. Let Your Life Be Free
Artist: T. Zchien & The Johnny 3:43

17. Yim (Smile)
Artist: Viparat Piengsuwan 2:55

18. Pee Kow Pee Ork (Ghosts Come And Go)
Artist: Chai Muansing 2:54

19. I Find Only Dreams
Artist: T. Zchien & The Johnny 2:19

20. Nang Meaw Pee (The Ghost Of Catwoman)
Artist: Surapon alias The Fox 3:28

alternative link – see below

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Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 3: Groovy Sounds From The Land Of Smile!
various artists
realeased in 2005
@160kbps
“Easily one of the best series of the recent worldwide archival explosion in ’60s-and-after pop/rock, the Thai Beat A Go-Go discs had already made a big splash by the appearance of the third entry, further excavating rarities ranging from the fantastic to the bemusing. Liner notes and photos help give context to the selections while past favorites reappear with other cuts, but even if one knows nothing about anything on the disc, all that matters is playing it and enjoying the results.

The basic principle of fusing Western pop approaches (and a number of full-on cover versions) with a variety of Thai musical keys — from singing in Thai to backing arrangements to more besides — lies at the heart of nearly every cut, and the joy lies in how readily and how different the results proved. Young singer Supaphorn gets two great numbers near the front — “Cham Chai,” a retake of “Hang on Sloopy,” and the Troggs’ “With a Girl Like You” aka “Lua Chan See.” What’s especially nice is hearing how readily R&B and soul arrangements in particular suit Thai singing — Don’s cover of the song “Sunshine Day” is a treat, the easygoing flow of the music matching with the gentle reverb on his voice, while funk acts like the Erawan Band and Flash (and, but of course, the Oriental Funk, with the Moog-led treat “Come Together”) take some good bows.

Then there’s a winning take on Johnny Wakelin’s “The Black Superman” by Duangdao Mondara, which while it can’t beat the original keeps the celebratory bounce to match the sharp yet sweet delivery. The disco samplings toward the end of the disc are equally grand, with the contributions from the Moog-crazy band backing singer Panatda proving wonderfully insane.

Then there’s the stuff that’s just mind-boggling, like the kiddie record “Heoow Sabat,” according to the liner notes a song about a land of rabbits with suitably wacky enough vocals to befuddle most adults in any language.”

~ Ned Raggett, All Music Guide

1 Thai Boxing / Jiraphand Ong-Ard 3:04
2 Cham Chai / Supaphorn 3:12
3 Sunshine Day / Don 3:16
4 Lua Chan See / Supaphorn 2:19
5 Khon Muangkhan / Erawan Band 3:13
6 Jong Wai Korn / Suda Chuenbarn 2:27
7 Noom Rai Por / Royal Sprites 3:17
8 Pee Lah / Sakarin Boonpit 2:04
9 The Black Superman / Duangdao Mondara 3:45
10 Heoow Sabat / Vimarn Naeramit 1:20
11 Where Is the Love? / Flash 2:52
12 Come Together / Oriental Funk 3:52
13 Soul Dracula / Don 3:17
14 Let’s Go! / Panatda 2:53
15 Flash Disco / Panatda 2:57
16 Changwah Disco / Chantana 2:23
17 Siamese Boxing / Jiraphand Ong-Ard 2:57
18 Paradise in Bangkok / Law & The Sandy 2:27

If you’re having trouble with these Zshare links, try removing any spaces from the urls.
Zshare can be a total cnut! Many are having problems with it. So here are some alternative links.
Unsure re kbps.

VOL 1 76mb
http://rapidshare.com/files/43286426/thai_beat_a_go-go_vol._01.rar.html

VOL 2 124mb
http://rapidshare.com/files/146475568/VA_-_Thai_Beat_A_Go-Go_Volume_2__2004_.rar

Huge thanks to qwertyderek for his great work on these!



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October 16, 2008 Posted by | Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Thailand, _MUSIC | 4 Comments

All Original Cuban Studio Sessions CD 1

All Original Cuban Studio Sessions CD 1
Cuba | MP3 320 Kbps | 100 MB
Sonodisc 2001
Tracklisting

1. Chan Chan – Segundo, Compay
2. Yo Sigo Siendo Cubano – Puebla, Carlos
3. El Beso Y La Cana – Cuni, Miguelito & Chappottin
4. Mueve – Ritmo Oriental & Maravillas De Florida
5. Me Duele El Corazon – Pineiro, Ignacio
6. Lamento Cubano – Portabales, Guillermo
7. Amparo – Septeto Habanero
8. Compay Gallo – Septeto Nacional
9. Que Me Haces – Septeto Turquino
10. Guajeo De Saxo – Cachao Y Su Ritmo Caliente
11. Vicenta – Los Compadres
12. Echale Salsita – Guillermo Portabales

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October 13, 2008 Posted by | Cuba, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Yann Tiersen – Discography (21 albums)

Guillaume Yann Tiersen (born 23 June 1970) is a French musician and composer known internationally for composing the score to the Jean-Pierre Jeunet movie Amélie.

His music is recognized by its use of a large variety of instruments in relatively minimalist compositions, often with a touch of either European classical music or french folk music, using primarily the piano, accordion or violin together with instruments like the melodica, xylophone, toy piano, ondes martenot, harpsichord and typewriter.

He has been compared to musicians like Chopin, Erik Satie, Phillip Glass and Michael Nyman!

1995 La valse des monstres
1996 Rue des Cascades
1997 Le Phare
1997 et Baestard La_Mancha
1998 Le Cyclope de la Mer
1998 La Vie Des Anges
1999 Tout est calme
1999 Black session
2001 Le fabuleux destin d’Amelie Poulain (BSO)
1995 La valse des monstres
2001 L’ absente
2002 Project Musica Planet
2003 C tait ici [Disc 1 & 2]
2003 Good bye Lenin! (BSO)
2003 On_Aime On Aide
2004 Shannon_Wright
2004 Concierto_en_Cartagena La Mar de Musicas live
2005 Les_Retrouvailles
2005 Muenchen
2006 Tiersen On tour
2008 Tabarly

Portrait of Yann Tiersen.

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September 5, 2008 Posted by | France, Music_Classical, Music_Experimental, Music_WorldMusic, Yann Tiersen, _MUSIC | 6 Comments

Michel Houellebecq – Présence Humaine [2000]

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Michel Houellebecq – Présence Humaine [2000]
m4a – 1411kbs – 63.5mb – covers

That human beings sometimes help each other out,
That one may be happy past the age of thirteen?
There are certain solitudes that seem without cure;
As for love, I don’t believe in it anymore.

– La poursuite du bonheur (The Pursuit of Happiness)

Yap, the great Michel Houellebecq is our favourite modern French author by a country mile – or should that be a country kilometer! We love his elan, his themes and his fucked up world view!

Here’s a profile of the great man from the Guardian ….

MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ (1958-)

“I’d like to believe that the self is an illusion … but if it is, it’s a pretty painful one.”

Birthplace
French island of La Reunion, off the coast of Madagascar

Other jobs
Before achieving literary fame, Houellebecq spent time as an obscure poet and had a day job debugging computers at the French parliament.

Did you know?
He was tried for calling Islam ‘the most stupid of all religions’, but was acquitted.

Critical verdict

Graphic and lucid in style, Houellebecq tackles the dark side of the late-20th century: the descent of the west into an orgy of consumerism; the decline of Christianity; the destructive fallout of the swinging 60s. He is grimly contemptuous of the west’s most cherished tenets: individualism, free will, serial monogamy.One novelist friend explains this black philosophy through personal damage: “If I had had a childhood like him I would have killed myself. He is a zombie back from the dead and telling us what it is like.” Will Self was less impressed: “He’s just a little guy who can’t get enough sex.”

Recommended works
Houellebecq’s 1994 debut, L’Extension du Domaine de la Lutte (Whatever), ridiculed bureaucracy, sex, death, free love and free trade. His follow-up, Les Particules Elementaires (Atomised) was published in 1998 and won the Impac Award four years later. It tells the story of two half-brothers, a withdrawn academic and a driven sensualist. The hero of Platform (2002), Michel, loses his lover in an Islamic terrorist attack; the book has been accused of fostering Islamophobia and sex tourism. 2003’s Lanzarote came later, but was basically an earlier draft.

Influences
Stylistic influences can be seen in French ancestors Flaubert and Baudelaire; philosophically, he is closer to Nietzsche and Celine.

Now read on
Try Will Self’s short stories and novellas, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis, The Butcher by Alina Reyes or Journey to the End of the Night by Celine. Houellebecq’s favourite book is The Magic Mountain, Thomas Mann’s philosophical novel set in an asylum.

Adaptations
Whatever (L’Extension du Domaine de la Lutte) was made into a film in 2000. Houellebecq has recorded a CD of his poetry, Presence Humaine (Tricatel Records).

Michel HouellebecqThis is a rather strange project Houellebecq got involved with some years back.

Released on Bertrand Burgalat’s Tricatel label in 2000, Houellebecq tries his hand at singing in a punk rock/ experimental style. Something akin to a French FALL with Houellebecq as Mark E. Smith!

Of course too, a Houellebecq piece appears on the latest album from the Queen of France, Marie Antionette II, sorry Cara Bruni II – already posted here.

We really want to thank our anonymous French pal who sent us this great stuff! Merci bien mon copain!

So here’s the album from the ‘kilometer-man’. … Let them eat more CDs!!

Tracklisting

01. Présence humaine
02. Séjour-club
03. Paris-Dourdan
04. Playa blanca
05. Les pics de pollution
06. On se réveillait tôt
07. Plein été
08. Célibataires
09. Crépuscule
10. Derniers temps

Here she be, mofos!

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July 22, 2008 Posted by | Michel Houellebecq, Music_Alternative, Music_Chanson, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Carla Bruni – Comme si de rien n’était

Carla Bruni – Comme si de rien n’était

Released July 11, 2008 / Recorded 2007 – 2008
Genre Folk / Length 42:21 / Label Naïve
Producer Dominique Blanc-Francard


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Here’s the new album from the Queen of France, Marie Antionette II!

As Marie Antionette II was a skinny model and therefore doesn’t know what cake is, her slogan is Let them eat CDs!

Unfortunately, her music career still did not cease after becoming Queen of France!

https://i1.wp.com/bittenandbound.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/carla-bruni-wet-shirt.jpgBruni will release her third album “Comme si de rien n’était” (As if nothing happened) on July 21, 2008.

The songs are self-penned except for an adaptation of a poem by the great Michel Houellebecq (our favourite modern French author by a country mile – or should that be a country kilometer!) set to music.

Royalties from the album will be donated to unidentified charitable and humanitarian cause. Perhaps the Foundation for Damaged Eardrums!!

Tracklisting

1. Ma jeunesse (Carla Bruni) — 2:34 – My youth
2. La possibilité d’une île (Michel Houellebecq) — 3:57 – The possibility of an island
3. L’amoureuse (Carla Bruni) — 3:02 – The lover
4. Tu es ma came (Carla Bruni) — 3:03 – You’re my drug
5. Salut marin (Carla Bruni) — 2:52 – Hello, seaman
6. Ta tienne (Carla Bruni) — 2:40 – Your yours
7. Péché d’envie (Carla Bruni, Raphaël Enthoven) — 2:54 – Sin of envy
8. You belong to me (Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, Redd Stewart) — 2:59
9. Le temps perdu (Carla Bruni) — 2:44 – Lost time
10. Déranger les pierres (Carla Bruni) — 3:13 – Disrupt the stones
11. Je suis une enfant (Carla Bruni) — 3:07 – I’m a child
12. L’antilope (Carla Bruni) — 2:02 – The antelope
13. Notre grand amour est mort (Carla Bruni) — 3:25 – Our great love is dead
14. Il vecchio e il bambino (Francesco Guccini) — 3:23 – The old man and the boy

Let them eat CDs!:

Carla Bruni (2008) Comme si de rien n’était

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Carla Bruni – “L’amoureuse”

Here’s the vid for Carla Bruni’s “L’amoureuse”, i.e. The Lover, in which Marie Antionette II gets all her goodies out!

Only kidding , though we’ve seen a few pix (well, hundreds of pix!) of Bruni from back in the day and some of em were rather moving!!

Those shots were from her pre-MILF days though!

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July 14, 2008 Posted by | Carla Bruni, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, _BABE, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 8 Comments

GHOST – ‘Ghost’ (1990) {Post Rock / Acid Folk from Japan}


GHOST – ‘Ghost’ (1990)
{Post Rock / Acid Folk from Japan}

Ghost is an experimental rock group formed in Tokyo, Japan, in 1984.

Core-member Masaki Batoh grew up in Kyoto, Japan where he attended a private school. During this time, he became interested in American rock music ranging from Bob Dylan and Pink Floyd to the Velvet Underground and Japanese rock bands such as the Taj Mahal Travellers and the Flower Travellin’ Band.

Later, Batoh formed Ghost with a large and often varying lineup. According to reports posted on the All Music Guide, the group lived a nomadic existence, drifting from ruins of ancient temples to disused subway stations around the Tokyo area.

The band began releasing their work with the albums Ghost and Second Time Around, which were released, respectively, in 1991 and 1992. The American independent label Drag City licensed each of the albums for distribution, and the Los Angeles The Now Sound label picked up two of Batoh’s solo albums, released together as well under the title Collected Works. Two albums, Tune in, Turn on, Free Tibet and Snuffbox Immanence, were released simultaneously in 1999.

As well as their own work, Ghost have recorded and performed with the ex-Galaxie 500 duo Damon and Naomi. Five years after releasing both Snuffbox Immanence and Tune In, Turn On, Free Tibet Ghost returned with Hypnotic Underworld, and there were some changes in the band. Cellist Hiromichi Sakamoto and percussionist Setsuko Furuya left and were replaced by a rhythm section of Takuyuki Moriya (electric bass guitar, double bass, and cello) and Junzo Tateiwa (drums, tabla, and percussion).

In January 2007, Ghost released a new album titled In Stormy Nights.

Ghost was the debut album by the band Ghost.

It was originally released in 1990 and reissued by Drag City Records in 1997.

The song Sun is Tangging also appeared on the compilation Tokyo Flashback Vol. 2 (1992).

Tracklisting

1. “Sun is Tangging”
2. “Guru in the Echo”
3. “Moungod Te Deum”
4. “I’ve Been Flying”
5. “Ballad of Summer Rounder”
6. “Moungod Asleep”
7. “Moungod Radiant Youth”
8. “Rakshu”

Here be ghosts!

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July 3, 2008 Posted by | Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, Music_WorldMusic, The Black Ghosts, _MUSIC | 19 Comments

Tibetan Incantations (1998) The meditative sound of Buddhist chants

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Tibetan Incantations (1998) The meditative sound of Buddhist chants
MP3 | 192 kbps (lame) | 103 MB | 4 parts on rs.com
Genre: Worldmusic | Meditation | Contemplation and Chill out
Music for contemplation and meditation | Traditional chants of Tibetan Buddhists | recorded in 1998
Total playing time 74:27 min (cover + artwork included)
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Deep spirituality and compassion are at the heart of Tibetan Buddhism, and music and chant have always been, for the Buddhist, an important path to spiritual enlightenment. Rooted in the Tibetan mountains, the music on this collection is both: powerful and meditative, reflecting the ancient lifestyle of the Tibetan people.

Performers of these incantations are Song Huei Liu and Ya Ging Ging, recitated by Sheng Horng and Shen Yan, recorded in 1998.

“I first heard ‘Tibetan Incantations’ being played at my local Borders. Being a recent convert to Buddhism, I found the third track, the a cappella version of the “Om Mani Padme Hum” to be entrancing! I finally found a copy (it was out of print), and the non-traditional chants and music are intoxicating.

This has been a great help to me, in terms of relaxation and getting into meditation. Meditation is calming of the mind and spirit, and this music does not jar you or make you lose focus.”

“I lived for several years in Nepal and frequently visited on the main buddhist stupas for ceremonies at the full moon. This CD was constantly played in shops around the area and the melody used by area monasteries. One evening I sat with friends and listened for hours to child monks singing this chant on the rooftop of a nearby monastery. This melody is very popular, and although the music may sound new age to some, the instruments are sounds are those often found in traditional and folk music in Nepal and Tibet. I cannot think of the Om Mani Padme Hum chant without hearing the melody on this CD. If you dislike the instruments, the acoustic version is included as well.”

“When I visited Dharamsala in 2001 to see His Holiness the Dalai Lama, this CD was being played in every little shop on the streets. The whole town was filled with this chanting! So I bought it and have continued to enjoy listening to it almost every day. I hope the mantras will imprint themselves on my heart. I love it!”

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Tracklisting

1. Om Mani Padme Hum – 24:01 min
2. Mantra of Avalokiteshvara – 23:55 min
3. Om Mani Padme Hum (alternate version) – 26:29 min

Code

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Pass : none

I hope you’ll enjoy these powerful and spiritual incantations!

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June 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_WorldMusic, Tibet, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Korean Hotty Chae Jung Ahn is Heartless!

Korean hotty Chae Jung Ahn had a pretty decent run in the K-Pop biz with three quitesuccessful albums before her movie career.


Here’s a video from a few years back.

The scenario for this video was that it was to mimic the intro to Ridge Racer R4!

This song also appeared on the dance game Techno Motion.

Warning; This music (using the term loosely!) ain’t exactly Bob Dylan influenced!

Moo Jung – Chae Jung Ahn (Heartless)

May 26, 2008 Posted by | Chae Jung Ahn, Korea, Music_WorldMusic, _BABE, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Serge Gainsbourg – L’intégrale, ("The Essential Gainsbourg") – 14 Volumes plus 2 Bonus Extra Abums)

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Serge Gainsbourg – L’intégrale, (“The Essential Gainsbourg”) – 14 Volumes plus 2 Bonus Extra Abums)

Serge Gainsbourg – L’intégrale, (“The Essential Gainsbourg”) was a 2007 release of 14 Volumes, spanning Serge’s wonderful career, plus 2 Bonus Extra Abums

Here’s a great dex with this supreme collection, which includes:

L’intégrale Serge Gainsbourg Vol. 1 to 14

-BO Cannabis (we also have a RS link for this one)

-Enregistrement Public au Palace

There are also some MegaCnut links I’ve found for the Serge Gainsbourg – L’intégrale collection. But since I can’t use MegaCnut, I haven’t been able to test them. Any complaints, don’t moan at me, moan at http://u2n2.com/article.asp?id=20292

Tracklisting


BO Cannabis
Serge Gainsbourg -BO_du_film_Cannabis (1970 )
mp3 / 192kbps / 42mb / frontcover
Rapidshare and Dex

01 – Cannabis (instrumental).mp3
02 – Le deuxième homme.mp3
03 – Première blessure.mp3
04 – Danger.mp3
05 – Chanvre indien.mp3
06 – Arabique.mp3
07 – I want to feel crazy.mp3
08 – Cannabis.mp3
09 – Jane dans la nuit.mp3
10 – Avant de mourir.mp3
11 – Dernière blessure.mp3
12 – Piège.mp3
13 – Cannabis-bis.mp3

Here be cannabis

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Enregistrement public au Palace
See Dex links below

01 – Drifter.mp3
02 – Relax baby be cool.mp3
03 – Marilou reggae dub.mp3
04 – Daisy temple.mp3
05 – Brigade des stups.mp3
06 – Elle est si.mp3
07 – Aux armes et caetera.mp3
08 – Pas long feu.mp3
09 – Les locataires.mp3
10 – Dr Jekyll et Mr Hyde.mp3
11 – Harley Davidson.mp3
12 – Javanaise remake.mp3
13 – Des laids des laids.mp3
14 – Vieille canaille (you rascal you).mp3
15 – Présentation des musiciens – Bonnie and Clyde.mp3
16 – Lola Rastaquouère.mp3
17 – Aux armes et caetera (final).mp3

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Vol. 1

01 – Le poinçonneur des Lilas (en public).mp3
02 – Le poinçonneur des Lilas.mp3
03 – La recette de l’amour fou.mp3
04 – Douze belles dans la peau.mp3
05 – Ce mortel ennui.mp3
06 – Ronsard 58.mp3
07 – La femme des uns sous le corps des autres.mp3
08 – L’alcool.mp3
09 – Du jazz dans le ravin.mp3
10 – Charleston des déménageurs de piano.mp3
11 – La jambe de bois Friedland.mp3
12 – Le claqueur de doigts.mp3
13 – La nuit d’octobre.mp3
14 – Adieu créature.mp3
15 – L’anthracite.mp3
16 – Mambo miam miam.mp3
17 – Indifférente.mp3
18 – Jeunes femmes et vieux messieurs.mp3
19 – L’amour à la papa.mp3
20 – Cha cha cha du loup.mp3
21 – Sois belle et tais toi.mp3
22 – Laissez-moi tranquille.mp3
23 – Judith.mp3
24 – L’eau à la bouche.mp3

Vol. 2

01 – La chanson de Prévert.mp3
02 – En relisant ta lettre.mp3
03 – Le rock de Nerval.mp3
04 – Les oubliettes.mp3
05 – Chanson de Maglia.mp3
06 – Viva Villa.mp3
07 – Les amours perdues.mp3
08 – Les femmes c’est du chinois.mp3
09 – Personne.mp3
10 – Le sonnet d’Arvers.mp3
11 – Les Goéons.mp3
12 – Black trombone.mp3
13 – Baudelaire.mp3
14 – Intoxicated man.mp3
15 – Quand tu t’y mets.mp3
16 – Les cigarillos.mp3
17 – Requiem pour un twister.mp3
18 – Ce grand méchant vous.mp3
19 – L’appareil à sous.mp3
20 – Vilaines filles, mauvais gar鏾ns.mp3
21 – Un violon, un jambon.mp3
22 – La javanaise.mp3

Vol. 3

01 – Chez les yéyés.mp3
02 – Sait on jamais o?va une femme quand elle vous quitte.mp3
03 – Le talkie walkie.mp3
04 – La fille au rasoir.mp3
05 – La saison des pluies.mp3
06 – Elaeudanla teiteia.mp3
07 – Scenic railway.mp3
08 – Le temps des yoyos.mp3
09 – Amour sans amour.mp3
10 – No no thank’s no.mp3
11 – Maxim’s.mp3
12 – Negative blues.mp3
13 – Joanna.mp3
14 – L?bas c’est naturel.mp3
15 – Pauvre Lola.mp3
16 – Quand mon 6,35 me fait les yeux doux.mp3
17 – Machins choses.mp3
18 – Les sambassadeurs.mp3
19 – New York USA.mp3
20 – Couleur café.mp3
21 – Marabout.mp3
22 – Ces petits riens.mp3
23 – Tatoué Jérémie.mp3
24 – Coco and Co.mp3
25 – Comment trouvez vous ma soeur.mp3

Vol. 4

01 – Chanson du forçat.mp3
02 – Chanson du forçat II.mp3
03 – Manon.mp3
04 – Requiem pour un con.mp3
05 – L’herbe tendre.mp3
06 – Initials B.B..mp3
07 – Comic strip.mp3
08 – Bloody Jack.mp3
09 – Docteur Jekyll et Monsieur Hyde.mp3
10 – Torrey Canyon.mp3
11 – Shu ba du ba loo ba.mp3
12 – Ford Mustang.mp3
13 – Bonnie and Clyde.mp3
14 – Black and white.mp3
15 – Qui est in qui est out.mp3
16 – Hold up.mp3
17 – Marilu.mp3
18 – Bonnie and Clyde (version anglaise).mp3
19 – Comic Strip (version anglaise).mp3
20 – Chatterton.mp3
21 – Je t’aime… Moi non plus (B. Bardot).mp3

Vol. 5

01 – Je t’aime… Moi non plus (J. Birkin).mp3
02 – L’anamour.mp3
03 – Sous le soleil exactement.mp3
04 – 69 année érotique.mp3
05 – Elisa.mp3
06 – Les sucettes.mp3
07 – La chanson de Slogan.mp3
08 – Cannabis.mp3
09 – Charlie Brown.mp3
10 – Melody.mp3
11 – Ballade de Melody Nelson.mp3
12 – Valse de Melody.mp3
13 – Ah ! Melody.mp3
14 – L’hôtel particulier.mp3
15 – En Melody.mp3
16 – Cargo culte.mp3

Vol. 6

01 – La décadanse.mp3
02 – Sex shop.mp3
03 – Je suis venu te dire que je m’en vais.mp3
04 – Vu de l’extérieur.mp3
05 – Panpan culcul.mp3
06 – Zig zig avec toi.mp3
07 – Des vents des pets des poums.mp3
08 – Titicaca.mp3
09 – Pamela popo.mp3
10 – La poupée qui fait.mp3
11 – L’hippopodame.mp3
12 – Sensuelle et sans suite.mp3
13 – Nazi rock.mp3
14 – Tata teutonne.mp3
15 – J’entends des voix off.mp3
16 – Eva.mp3
17 – Smoke gets in your eyes.mp3
19 – Est ce si bon.mp3
20 – Yellow star.mp3
21 – Rock around the bunker.mp3
22 – S.S. in Uruguay.mp3

Vol. 7

01 – L’homme à la tête de choux.mp3
02 – Chez Max coiffeur pour homme.mp3
03 – Marilou reggae.mp3
04 – Transit ?Marilou.mp3
05 – Flash forward.mp3
06 – Aéroplanes.mp3
07 – Premiers symptômes.mp3
08 – Ma lou Marilou.mp3
09 – Variations sur Marilou.mp3
10 – Meurtre ?l’extincteur.mp3
11 – Marilou sous la neige.mp3
12 – Lunatic Asylum.mp3
13 – L’ami caouette.mp3
14 – Le cadavre exquis.mp3
15 – My lady Héroine.mp3
16 – Trois millions de joconde.mp3
17 – Good bye Emmanuelle.mp3
18 – Sea sex and sun.mp3
19 – Mister Iceberg.mp3
20 – Sea sex and sun (version anglaise).mp3
21 – Mister Iceberg (version anglaise).mp3
22 – Ces petits riens (C. Deneuve).mp3
23 – Souviens toi de m’oublier.mp3

Vol. 8

01 – Javanaise remake.mp3
02 – Aux armes et caetera.mp3
03 – Les locataires.mp3
04 – Des laids des laids.mp3
05 – Brigade des stups.mp3
06 – Vieille canaille.mp3
07 – Lola Rastaquouère.mp3
08 – Relax baby be cool.mp3
09 – Daisy temple.mp3
10 – Eau et gaz à tous les étages.mp3
11 – Pas long feu.mp3
12 – Marilou Reggae Dub.mp3
13 – Overseas telegram.mp3
14 – Ecce homo.mp3
15 – Mickey maousse.mp3
16 – Juif et Dieu.mp3
17 – Shush shush Charlotte.mp3
18 – Toi mourir.mp3
19 – La nostalgie camarade.mp3
20 – Bana basadi balalo.mp3
21 – Evguenie Sokolov.mp3
22 – Negusa Nagast.mp3
23 – Strike.mp3
24 – Bad news from the star.mp3
25 – Harley Davidson.mp3
26 – Elle est si.mp3

Vol. 9

01 – Sous le soleil exactement (instrumental).mp3
02 – Sous le soleil exactement.mp3
03 – C’est la cristallisation comme dit Stendhal.mp3
04 – Pas mal pas mal du tout.mp3
05 – J’étais fait pour les sympathies.mp3
06 – Photographes et religieuses.mp3
07 – Rien rien j’disais ça comme ça.mp3
08 – Un jour comme un autre.mp3
09 – Boomerang.mp3
10 – Un poison violent, c’est l’amour.mp3
11 – De plus en plus, de moins en moins.mp3
12 – Roller girl.mp3
13 – Ne dis rien.mp3
14 – Pistolet Jo.mp3
15 – G.I. Jo.mp3
16 – Je n’avais qu’un seul mot ?lui dire.mp3
17 – La ballade de Johnny Jane.mp3
18 – Le camion jaune.mp3
19 – Banco au bord du Styx.mp3
20 – Rock’n roll autour de Johnny.mp3
21 – L’abominable strip tease.mp3
22 – Joe banjo.mp3
23 – Je t’aime… Moi non plus (instrumental).mp3
24 – Je t’aime… Moi non plus au motel.mp3
25 – Je pense queue.mp3
26 – Je vous salue Marie.mp3
27 – La fautive.mp3
28 – Dieu fumeur de havanes (C. Deneuve).mp3

Vol. 10

01 – Love on the beat.mp3
02 – Sorry angel.mp3
03 – Hmm hmm hmm.mp3
04 – Kiss me hardy.mp3
05 – No comment.mp3
06 – I’m the boy.mp3
07 – Harley David son of a bitch.mp3
08 – Lemon incest.mp3

Vol. 11

01 – You’re under arrest.mp3
02 – Five easy pisseuses.mp3
03 – Baille baille Samantha.mp3
04 – Suck baby suck.mp3
05 – Glommy sunday.mp3
06 – Aux enfants de la chance.mp3
07 – Shotgun.mp3
08 – Glass securit.mp3
09 – Dispatch box.mp3
10 – Mon léionnaire.mp3

Vol. 12

01 – Black march (intrumental).mp3
02 – Angoisse (instrumental).mp3
03 – Les loups dans la bergerie (instrumental).mp3
04 – Some small chance (instrumental).mp3
05 – Wake me at five (instrumental).mp3
06 – Bubble gum (B. Bardot).mp3
07 – La madrague (B. Bardot).mp3
08 – Les feuilles mortes.mp3
09 – Raccrochez c’est une horreur (J. Birkin).mp3
10 – Monsieur William.mp3
11 – Générique de Break Down (instrumental).mp3
12 – La noyé.mp3
13 – Travelling (instrumental).mp3
14 – Vieille canaille (E. Mitchell).mp3
15 – Les petits papiers (M.P. Belle).mp3
16 – Les petits papiers (Régine).mp3

Vol. 13

01 – Mes petites odalisques.mp3
02 – J’ai oublié d’être bête.mp3
03 – J’ai mal ?la tête.mp3
04 – La javanaise.mp3
05 – Intoxicated man.mp3
06 – Les Goémons.mp3
07 – Les petits pavés.mp3
08 – Monsieur William.mp3
09 – Ah ! si vous connaissiez ma poule.mp3
10 – La noyé.mp3
11 – Parce que.mp3
12 – Pour un homme de Caron (pub).mp3
13 – Pop club (générique).mp3
14 – On the sea n?1 (pub).mp3
15 – Les petits lolos de lola (pub).mp3
16 – Le drapeau noir (pub).mp3
17 – On the sea n?2 (pub).mp3
18 – Melody Nelson (pub).mp3
19 – Anna (pub).mp3
20 – On the sea n?3 (pub).mp3
21 – Sous le soleil intermittent (pub).mp3
22 – Camémaman ?mes moments perdus.mp3
23 – Pleure-moi un verre (pub).mp3
24 – Comme un boomerang.mp3
25 – Les playboys.mp3
26 – Relax baby be cool (Bijou).mp3
27 – L’homme de l’ombre (J. Birkin).mp3
28 – Le fossoyeur de Pacy sur Eure.mp3
29 – Une petite tasse d’anxiété?mp3
30 – L’assassinat de Franz Lehar.mp3
31 – Fermez les guillemets (M. Darc).mp3
32 – Accordéon (TV avec P. Clay).mp3
33 – Elaeudanla teiteia (live inédit).mp3
34 – Erotico-tico.mp3
35 – Le physique et le figur?(instrumental).mp3
36 – Les papillons noirs (M. Arnaud).mp3
37 – Stan the flasher (instrumental).mp3
38 – Dieu que les hommes sont méchants.mp3

Vol. 14

01 – Requiem pour un con (remix 91).mp3
02 – Requiem pour un con (FFF).mp3
03 – Elaeudanla teiteia (live inédit).mp3
04 – Ronsard (original).mp3
05 – La bise aux hippies (B. Bardot & S. Distel).mp3
06 – Douze belles dans la peau (maquette 1958).mp3
07 – Inéfit 1967.mp3
08 – Accordéon (P. Clay).mp3
09 – Incident ‘La Marseillaise’ ?Strasbourg.mp3

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Yungchen Lhamo – Tibet, Tibet

Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, Tibet


Yungchen Lhamo – Tibet, Tibet (1996)

Genre: World, Ethnic | MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps | 109 Mb
Label: Real World | October 29, 1996 | ASIN: B000000HPR | Language: Tibetan
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Here’s some beautiful Tibetan music.

Music of a suffering race. Most apposite in the context of the terrible colonialist brutality still being inflicted on that race by China, recently more explicitly since being caught on camera and beamed around the world.

Aching, spiritual, music of longing from the “Goddess of Song” Yungchen Lhamo.

We love this music!

Some background about Yungchen;

Yungchen Lhamo is a Tibetan singer living in exile in New York City, whose international success as a Tibetan singer is unprecedented.

https://i2.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/6/6b/Yungchen_Lhamo_Ama.jpg/401px-Yungchen_Lhamo_Ama.jpg Yungchen has toured the world, singing unaccompanied a combination of songs of her own composition and traditional Buddhist chants and mantras. She has performed with an array of famous artists such as Annie Lennox, Billy Corgan, Peter Gabriel, Sheryl Crow, Natalie Merchant, etc. bringing her traditions to new audiences. She has also toured extensively as a part of the WOMAD World music festivals.

Yungchen’s name means “Goddess of Song”, a name given her by a Holy Man soon after she was born near Lhasa.

Yungchen left Tibet in 1989 at age 23, via the perilous navigation of the Himalayas in order to escape oppression from the Chinese regime governing Tibet.

Yungchen made a pilgrimage to Dharamsala, to receive the blessings of the Dalai Lama, where he lives in exile. She was inspired to reach out to the world through her music, to share her culture and educate people about Tibet.

She moved to Australia in 1993, then to New York City in 2000.

This was Yungchen’s first release on Peter Gabriel’s Real World Records label. Appropriately enough, it is called Tibet, Tibet.

Yungchen Lhamo - Tibet, TibetLyrically, the songs on this album emote with the fresh cadence and gripping honesty of spiritual offerings. For example, “Lama Dorje Chang” beseeches the Dalai Lama to bless the world with his enlightened mind. “Ari-lo,” a song Yungchen learned from her grandmother as a little girl, tells of entering an ominous foreign land, and gradually with courage learning to make a home there.

The final track describes the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside over his people on Tibetan land again. The song features a full orchestra, courtesy of digital composition software. “You can’t see the people,” giggles Yungchen. “It’s an invisible orchestra. They fell from the sky.”

The New York Daily News wrote of the album: “Once you’ve heard her stunning record, Tibet, Tibet, on Peter Gabriel’s Real World label, or seen her in concert, the power that her voice and melodies have to still an agitated mind becomes obvious.”

Read more here:

Yungchen’s Official Web Site

Yungchen’s Real World

WOMAD Yungchen Lhamo page

“I’ve owned Tibet, Tibet by Yungchen Lhamo for 3 years. It’s very beautiful music. Too intense for playing as background for home socializing, though. Best in private listening. Her voice has a magnificent range, full articulation. It’s deeply sad at times. There’s a certain heart-wrenching quality in Tibetan refugee women’s household singing, the normal daily singing a woman might do when fetching water or stirring the hearth… That quality once flowed mainly from broken-hearted lovers but now it flows from all who have lost their connection to their land. Yungchen Lhamo has that quality in powerful measure. Her name means “great symbol of the protector goddess”. Powerful name, powerful voice.”

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“Lyrically, the songs on the album are offerings. «Par Panee Dawa Shar» likens moonrise to her Lama’s face, hoping that – by offering song and dance to him – he will shower down his blessings. «Lama Dorje Chang» asks the Dalai Lama to bless us with his enlightened mind. «Om Mani Padme Hung» is the Tibetan mantra, and «Ari-Lo» tells of entering a new land.

At first, sings Yungchen Lhamo, the land may seem hostile, like a fearful stranger, but knowledge can lead to it becoming as close as a lover.

The final track – telling of the strife besetting Tibet, the bravery of its people and the confidence that the Dalai Lama will one day preside again – utilizes a full orchestra, courtesy of technological software. «You can’t see the people, it’s an invisible orchestra», giggles Yungchen Lhamo. «They fell from the sky».”

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Tracklisting

01. Om Mani Padme Hung
02. Lama Dorje Chang
03. Ari-Lo
04. Refuge Prayer
05. Par Panee Dawa Shar
06. Lhaso Pumo
07. Dorje-Den
08. Dradul Nyenkyon
09. Om Mani Padme Hung II
10. Gi Pai Pa Yul Chola

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April 8, 2008 Posted by | Music_WorldMusic, Tibet, Yungchen Lhamo, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot – Best Of BB

After scaling the heights of international fame as a ’50s movie pinup, Brigitte Bardot marked the shifting terrain of the ’60s with a plunge into the music world.

Like many French singers of the time, she updated the jazz-inspired chanson tradition of Trenet and Piaf with a healthy dose of pop and rock & roll.

This 20-track sampler covers the period from her eponymous 1962 debut to the early ’70s and such last hurrahs as her cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of My Life.”

A superbly selected mix, Best of BB hits all the heights, including early beat-style numbers like “L’Appareil a Sous” and “Je Danse Donc Je Suis” and of course, what we love most, the several great Serge Gainsbourg collaborations (their infamous duet, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus,” being the most famous of them).

Other Bardot-Gainsbourg highlights include such pop-culture landmarks as the peerless “Bonnie and Clyde” as well as “Harley Davidson,” and “Contact.”

A fabulous place to start exploring Bardot (look at “And God Created Woman” and Godard’s great “Le Mepris” first though!).

However, since her heyday, Miss BB has undergone a scary transformation! What with marrying one of the advisors to the French Far Right, “National Front” scum; to publicly espousing narrow minded right wing gibberish about such issues as immigration, Islam in France, and homosexuality; to becoming a cat obsessive near psychotic lunatic!

She was one hot mademoiselle back in 1956 though!

Tracklisting

01. L’Appareil à Sous

02. La Madrague
03. Je Me Donne à Qui Me Plaît
04. Moi Je Joue
05. Histoire de Plage
06. Ça Pourrait Changer (Don’t You Ever Change Your Mind)
07. Ne Me Laisse Pas l’Aimer
08. Maria Ninguen (Maria l’Amour)
09. Je Danse Donc Je Suis
10. Ciel de Lit
11. Bonnie and Clyde (Avec S.Gainsbourg)
12. Bubble Gum
13. Le Soleil
14. Harley Davidson
15. Contact
16. Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus (1967 Original Version avec S.Gainsbourg)
17. Oh! Qu’il Est Vilain
18. Nue au Soleil
19. Te Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas (Nem Vem Que Nas Tem)
20. Soleil de Ma Vie (You Are the Sunshine of My Life avec S.Distel)

Here be once beautiful and booby BB :

best booby bb

Thanks to the original poster

February 18, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot – Best Of BB

After scaling the heights of international fame as a ’50s movie pinup, Brigitte Bardot marked the shifting terrain of the ’60s with a plunge into the music world.

Like many French singers of the time, she updated the jazz-inspired chanson tradition of Trenet and Piaf with a healthy dose of pop and rock & roll.

This 20-track sampler covers the period from her eponymous 1962 debut to the early ’70s and such last hurrahs as her cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of My Life.”

A superbly selected mix, Best of BB hits all the heights, including early beat-style numbers like “L’Appareil a Sous” and “Je Danse Donc Je Suis” and of course, what we love most, the several great Serge Gainsbourg collaborations (their infamous duet, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus,” being the most famous of them).

Other Bardot-Gainsbourg highlights include such pop-culture landmarks as the peerless “Bonnie and Clyde” as well as “Harley Davidson,” and “Contact.”

A fabulous place to start exploring Bardot (look at “And God Created Woman” and Godard’s great “Le Mepris” first though!).

However, since her heyday, Miss BB has undergone a scary transformation! What with marrying one of the advisors to the French Far Right, “National Front” scum; to publicly espousing narrow minded right wing gibberish about such issues as immigration, Islam in France, and homosexuality; to becoming a cat obsessive near psychotic lunatic!

She was one hot mademoiselle back in 1956 though!

Tracklisting

01. L’Appareil à Sous

02. La Madrague
03. Je Me Donne à Qui Me Plaît
04. Moi Je Joue
05. Histoire de Plage
06. Ça Pourrait Changer (Don’t You Ever Change Your Mind)
07. Ne Me Laisse Pas l’Aimer
08. Maria Ninguen (Maria l’Amour)
09. Je Danse Donc Je Suis
10. Ciel de Lit
11. Bonnie and Clyde (Avec S.Gainsbourg)
12. Bubble Gum
13. Le Soleil
14. Harley Davidson
15. Contact
16. Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus (1967 Original Version avec S.Gainsbourg)
17. Oh! Qu’il Est Vilain
18. Nue au Soleil
19. Te Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas (Nem Vem Que Nas Tem)
20. Soleil de Ma Vie (You Are the Sunshine of My Life avec S.Distel)

Here be once beautiful and booby BB :

best booby bb

Thanks to the original poster

February 18, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – La bise aux hippies


Every one knows that the French are a little crazy. They’re like the Japanese of Europe! Just take a look at their President, for fuck sake!

(Only kidding lil frenchies! We love you! Where would us existentialists be without lil Albert C.!)

And don’t start with Brigitte Bardot ! She went from Uber Sex Kitten to Uber Lunatic Fascist Kitten Obsessive faster than you could say ‘and God did not create woman cos God doesn’t exist’!

We won’t speak ill of Serge cos we love him (but he was one crazy motherfucker too!)

Here’s some crazy wierd hippy video from Bardot & Serge with Sacha Distel (why?) from French TV back in the 60s!

I’m not sure, but I think a little ganja was involved (at least a truckload or two!)

Let’s all sing along now:


J’aime pas De Dion

J’aime pas Bouton
J’aime pas Aston
J’aime pas Martin
Mais j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies,
Oui j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies… … …

BB was one hot momma back in the day, huh?

February 14, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 1 Comment

Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg – La bise aux hippies


Every one knows that the French are a little crazy. They’re like the Japanese of Europe! Just take a look at their President, for fuck sake!

(Only kidding lil frenchies! We love you! Where would us existentialists be without lil Albert C.!)

And don’t start with Brigitte Bardot ! She went from Uber Sex Kitten to Uber Lunatic Fascist Kitten Obsessive faster than you could say ‘and God did not create woman cos God doesn’t exist’!

We won’t speak ill of Serge cos we love him (but he was one crazy motherfucker too!)

Here’s some crazy wierd hippy video from Bardot & Serge with Sacha Distel (why?) from French TV back in the 60s!

I’m not sure, but I think a little ganja was involved (at least a truckload or two!)

Let’s all sing along now:


J’aime pas De Dion

J’aime pas Bouton
J’aime pas Aston
J’aime pas Martin
Mais j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies,
Oui j’aime faire la bise
La bise aux hippies… … …

http://www.youtube.com/v/eIcRv9E1Smk&rel=1

BB was one hot momma back in the day, huh?

February 14, 2008 Posted by | Brigitte Bardot, Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Serge Gainsbourg discography

The late great Serge Gainsbourg (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. He was also a babe-hound while being a whisky connoisseur and swordmaster supreme! Gainsbourg’s varied style and individuality made him difficult to categorise.

Although famous in France for many years, he did not achieve his first No. 1 album until 1979, when he released Aux Armes et cetera more than twenty years after his music career had begun. Since the 1980s, his legacy has been firmly established.

Gainsbourg is probably best know for his fantastic duet with the lovely Brit Jane Birkin: “Je t’aime..” (RealPlayer)

Born Lucien Ginsburg in Paris, France, the son of Russian Jewish parents who fled to France after the 1917 Bolshevik uprising. His childhood was profoundly affected by the occupation of France by Nazi Germany, during which he and his family, as Jews, were forced to wear the yellow star and eventually flee from Paris.

Before he was 30 years old, Gainsbourg was a disillusioned painter but earned his living as a piano player in bars.

His ex wife, Jane Birkin recollects the beginning her affair with Gainsbourg , where he first took her to a nightclub, then to a transvestite club and afterwards to the Hilton, where he passed out in a drunken stupor. He confessed to Birkin that he had been scared of one time beau, and collaborator, uber hotty Brigitte Bardot’s breasts. Gainsbourg married Birkin when she was 19, he was 36 . Birkin left Gainsbourg when pregnant with her third daughter Lou, by the film director Jacques Doillon, whom she later married.

In 1969, he released what would become his most famous song in the English-speaking world, “Je t’aime… moi non plus,” which featured simulated sounds of female orgasm. The song appeared that year on an LP, Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg.

Originally recorded with Brigitte Bardot, it was released with future girlfriend Birkin when Bardot backed out. While Gainsbourg declared it the “ultimate love song,” it was considered too “hot”; the song was censored in various countries, and in France even the toned-down version was suppressed. The freaks in the Vatican made a public statement citing the song as offensive. It reached no. 1 in the UK singles chart.

In the 1980s, approaching the end of his life, Gainsbourg became a regular figure on French TV. His appearances seemed devoted to his controversial sense of humour and provocation. He would show up drunk and unshaven on stage.

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On Michel Drucker’s live Saturday evening show with the American singer Whitney Houston, he exclaimed to the host, “I want to fuck her!”

And here is that legendary incident from 1986 when Serge (heavily pissed-up on booze) met the then squeaky-clean (i.e. before she became a quasi crack ho!!) Houston on that French live TV-Show; Serge vs Whitney (RealPlayer). Truly fucking Hilarious!!

In another talk show interview, Serge appeared alongside Catherine Ringer, a well known French singer who in the past had appeared in a few wonderfully nasty pornographic films. Gainsborough shouted:”You’re nothing but a filthy whore …. a filthy, fucking whore.”

Ringer scolded back, “Look at you, you’re just a bitter old alcoholic. I used to admire you but these days you’ve become a disgusting old parasite.”

Here’s a snippet from that show … again fucking hilarious!!

By December, 1988, while a judge at a film festival in Val d’Isère, he appeared drunk and in a rage at a local theatre where he was to do a presentation. While on stage he began to tell an obscene story about Brigitte Bardot and a champagne bottle (mm … I wonder what that lurid anecdote could entail!) only to stagger offstage and collapse in a nearby seat.

During this period he released Love on the Beat, a controversial electronic album with highly sexual themes in the lyrics, and his last studio album, You’re Under Arrest, (which saw him adapt his style to the hip-hop genre), as well as two live recordings.

His third and last Eurovision Song Contest entry came in 1990 with the French entry “White and Black Blues,” sung by Joëlle Ursull. It came second in a tie with Ireland.

His songs became increasingly eccentric during this period, ranging from the anti-drug “Aux Enfants de la Chance” to the duet with his rather hot daughter Charlotte named “Lemon Incest.” This translates as “Inceste de citron”, a wordplay on “un zeste de citron” (a lemon zest). The title demonstrates Gainsbourg’s love for puns (another example of which is Bowie, Beau oui comme Bowie).

Gainsbourg died on March 2, 1991 of a heart attack and was buried in Montparnasse Cemetery, in Paris. His funeral brought Paris to a standstill, and French President François Mitterrand said of him, “He was our Baudelaire, our Apollinaire… He elevated the song to the level of art.”

His home at the well-known address 5bis rue de Verneuil is still covered in graffiti and poems.

Since his death, Gainsbourg’s music has reached legendary stature in France. His lyrical brilliance in French has left an extraordinary legacy. His music, always progressive, covered many styles: jazz, ballads, mambo, lounge, reggae, pop (including adult contemporary pop, kitsch pop, yé-yé pop, ’80s pop, pop-art pop, prog pop, space-age pop, psychedelic pop, and erotic pop), disco, calypso, Africana, bossa nova, and rock and roll. He has gained a following in the English-speaking world with many non-mainstream artists finding his arrangements highly influential.

He is also considered to be one of the first music pop artists of the late 1960s. While artists such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein explored modern iconographic consumer culture through painting, Gainsbourg explored similar territory in music with songs such as “Comic Strip,” “Ford Mustang,” “Qui est In Qui est Out,” and “Teenie Weenie Boppie.”

Gainsbourg was a magnificent artist and a truly debauched genius! A man after my own heart!

trainwreck has uploaded this expansive Serge Gainsbourg discography! Thanks trainwreck !

Serge Gainsbourg – Histoire De Melody Nelson

Fantastic! This may well be Serge Gainsbourg’s greatest album ever — a whole suite based around a spare, electric bass-driven theme, with Serge muttering the lyrics in a raspy loud whisper, while funky rhythms dart in and out of washes of strings and eerie sounds. There’s a very strong soundtrack feel to the album, as washes of music envelop the lyrics, tripped out in funky beats that have become legendary over the years, thanks to some very famous samples.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Couleur Café

When not singing in the saloons and salons of the Rive Gauche or playing the bad guy in a serious of ludicrously bad Italian films, Serge Gainsbourg also found the time to dabble in the cha-chas and mambos which had swept Europe and America in the previous decade. However while most of the dance crazes were meant as one-offs, Gainsbourg took his excursions into Caribbean rhythms as seriously (and as comically) as all of his other stylistic experiments, and continued to record them sporadically up until the 1970’s.

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L’étonnant Serge Gainsbourg (1961)

Apparently, Serge finished this, his third album, in under 30 minutes. Well done Serge. Guess there was some hot piece of ass waiting languidly in the motel to whom he needed to rush off!

As early as 1961, Serge Gainsbourg was one of the most extraordinary artists of the French pop scene, and during the first part of the ’60s the crooner produced a series of outrageously brilliant albums with producer/arranger Alain Goraguer.

One of his most intoxicating amalgams of jazz and pop styles, L’Etonnant Serge Gainsbourg comes highly recommended to fans of ’60s French pop.

An utterly essential early document of Serge Gainsbourg while he was still a mildly respectable man — but that’s not say there aren’t hints of his notorious decadence in this early work.

Tracklisting
1. La Chanson De Prévert
2. En Relisant Ta Lettre
3. Le Rock De Nerval
4. Les Oubliettes
5. Chanson De Maglia
6. Viva Villa
7. Les Amours Perdues
8. Les Femmes C’est Du Chinois
9. Personne
10. Le Sonnet D’arvers

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Serge Gainsbourg – Comic Strip

Around the same time Bob Dylan went electric in Newport, several thousand miles away in France Serge Gainsbourg, hip avatar of all things French, embraced the modish Carnaby street rock & roll sweeping England and America, producing some of the most vital music of his career, not to mention the sexiest. For a man whose personal appearance had been described as a handicap, Gainsbourg managed to produce some of the best pre-Prince makeout music on either side of the Atlantic.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Aux Armes Et Caetera

This is one messed up set. Dig the fact that this is Serge Gainsbourg in dread beat and booze. Aux Armes et cætera is literally Gainsbourg on the rocksteady tip with Sly and Robbie, Flabba Holt, Michael “Mao” Chung, Ansel Collins, the I-Threes, Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, and Judy Mowatt, Sticky Thompson, Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace, and a bunch of French folks playing puff-the-ganja and help the white man in Kingston. Gainsbourg knew what he wanted — a Lee Perry-styled dubber and dread outing — and he knew the cats to hire to get it.

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Serge Gainsbourg – L’Homme À Tête De Chou

One of Serge Gainsbourg’s best albums ever — and don’t pass it up! This one was recorded in the mid 70s — and it’s got a great set of orchestrations by Alan Hawkshaw that are filled with loads of cool spare moogy and electronic bits filtering in and out of the mix! Some tracks have an excellent sound that approaches Serge’s classic Melody Nelson album — and others have a uniquely spacey quality that’s unlike any of his other work!

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Serge Gainsbourg – Rock Around The Bunker

Not exactly a Mel Brooks’ vehicle, Serge Gainsbourg’s 1975 ROCK AROUND THE BUNKER features ten tongue-in-cheek Nazi pop songs.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Du Chant À La Une

The first official album originally released in 1958 which spawned two hits, ‘Le Poinconneur Des Lilas’ & ‘Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin’.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Madame Claude

A great 70s soundtrack from Serge Gainsbourg — funky, electric, and his most dynamic work ever for the screen — a set that’s almost in the territory of some of the Italian police films from the same time! A good number of tracks here rely strongly on funky drums, slinky keyboards, and bubbling basslines — strutting out with a nice cop show sort of approach to funk — and although Jane Birkin sings on one number, the rest of the score is instrumental — making for a further display of Serge’s mighty talents in the 70s.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Mauvaises Nouvelles Des Étoiles

The cover photo and the title (trans: Bad News from the Stars) are the best things about Gainsbourg’s second reggae LP with legendary rhythm section Sly & Robbie. It’s clever, but since it’s such a top-shelf, organic sounding reggae album, it doesn’t really offer the stylistic bizarreness of much of Gainsbourg’s work.


Serge Gainsbourg – Théatre Des Capucines

This is Serge’s jazz album for those who don’t dig jazz, due to its wicked club vibe.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Vu De L’exterieur

A great Serge Gainsbourg album from 1973 – one that we’d rank right up there with his best work! The record’s got a slinky funky groove that’s right in a perfect post-Melody Nelson mode — music written by Serge, and played by a hip small combo that includes lots of great guitar from Alan Parker and sweet electric keyboards and organ from the great Alan Hawkshaw — both of whom really help keep the sound great!
Many tracks have that mellow funk groove that’s become the best-remembered Gainsbourg sound over the years — and as with many of his other albums of the time, this one’s brimming over with potential samples and riffs to steal.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Enregistrement Public Au Theatre Le Palace

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Recorded on New Years’ Eve 1979, in Northern Paris. The recordings, culled from three major performances, feature Sly & Robbie, the Revolutionaries, and the great Ansel Collins on keyboards and organ.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 1)

Although Serge Gainsbourg has already been served very well in the digital era by collections and reissues, his long and varied career benefits from this novel thematic compilation. Love and the Beat is divided into two discs, the first of which includes a rough compendium of his bestknown songs “Comic Strip,” “Ford Mustang,” “69 Année Érotique,” and “Ballade de Melody Nelson” (unfortunately, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus” appears only in a new, serviceable remix).

The second disc presents Gainsbourg as sonic chameleon, restlessly looking for new forms to chain to his slinky performances. As such, it travels many more miles than the first disc, traversing all the way from the languorous jazzcafe years of the late ’50s (“Du Jazz Dans le Ravin,” “Coco and Co”) to his Central and South American flirtations of the ’70s and ’80s (dub versions of “Lola Rastaquouère” and “La Nostalgie Camarade,” plus a Brazilian samba track, “Les Sambassadeurs”).

An odd collection of this sort is just the prescription for postmillennial listeners who would much rather hear Gainsbourg the musical polyglot than be subjected to a heavier dosage of his lightweight ’60s French pop recordings. The five remixes included are mostly successful, since the compilers recognized Gainsbourg’s obvious comparisons to the fullspangle European house on display by remixers like Dax Riders (“No Comment”) and Moné (an especially slinky version of “Love on the Beat”).

– John Bush, All Music Guide

Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 1)

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Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 2)

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Serge Gainsbourg – Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (3 Discs)

A whopping collection that features a wealth of soundtrack material recorded by Serge Gainsbourg! Serge is certainly famous enough for his pop recordings of the 60s and 70s — but he also turned his talents to countless films over the years, penning great sexy and groovy tunes that were among some of his best work of the time, much of which was never issued properly on LPs, but only appeared briefly on limited eps and 45s in France.

This set brings together a total of 72 tracks — a motherlode of killer tunes that are essential if you dig Serge, all packaged together in a great box set that includes a book with great pictures and a heck of a lot of notes! Includes tracks from films that include Strip Tease, Les Loups Dans La Bergerie, Madame Claude, Sex Shop, Projection Privee, La Pacha, Manon 70, L’Horizon, Le Jardinier D’Argenteuil, Si J’Etais Un Espion, Cannabis, La Horse, Slogan, and Stan The Flasher. Includes loads of titles never reissued on CD!


Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 1)
Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 2)
Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 3)

Great Jewish Music Serge Gainsbourg

Tzadik’s fledgling Great Jewish Music series promises to be excellent, if this album is any indication. On it various members of the American and British avant-establishment take turns arranging songs by the great French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg, with results varying from fairly straightforward (Cibo Matto’s surprisingly gentle “Je T’aime, Moi Non Plus” and Ikue Mori’s delightful “Pauvre Lola”) to bizarrely wonderful (Faith No More frontman Mike Patton’s take on “Ford Mustang” and Zorn’s own all-vocal “Contact”).

Medeski, Martin and Wood contribute a version of “Intoxicated Man” on which Medeski does his best to imitate a woozy French accordion before veering off into the trio’s more familiar organic jazz-funk territory; Fred Frith acquits himself nicely on a one-man-band version of “The Ballad of Melody Nelson.” All in all, this is a fine and fitting tribute to an underappreciated songwriter.

~ Rick Anderson, All Music Guide

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Lucien Forever A Tribute to Serge Gainsbourg

The Spanish label compiles indie-pop covers of the French icon. Stereo Total, Luna, Stereo Deluxe.

Gainsbourg Versions Femmes

19 Tracks Collection featuring Timeless Songs Written by Serge Gainsbourg and Performed by Legendary French Female Artists.

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Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg – Je T’Aime, Moi Non Plus

Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg (also known as Je t’aime… moi non plus) is an album featuring duets and solo performances by Jane Birkin and her then lover, Serge Gainsbourg.

It was released in 1969 and included the worldwide hit Je t’aime… moi non plus, which achieved its fame for its salacious lyrics against a background of female moaning and groaning, culminating in an orgasm at the song’s conclusion! Nice!

Christian Marclay – Je T’Aime, Moi Non Plus etc

Here is a short collage of that salacious world wide hit and other sounds from the album reworked by Christian Marclay:

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Jane Birkin – Rendez-Vous

On her 2004 comeback outing, vocalist Jane Birkin returned with a splash, welcoming into the studio a cast of such heavyweights as Bryan Ferry, Manu Chao, Francoise Hardy, Placebo’s Brian Molko, and Etienne Daho.

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A nice compilation by lil Jane of some classic Serge ditties.

Brigitte Bardot – Brigitte Bardot Show

This is Brigitte Bardot when she was an uber hot sex kitten. Now she’s a mad granny type obsessed with fascists and kittens!

One of the greatest Brigitte Bardot albums you could ever buy! This essential CD compiles material from a rare album that Brigitte cut during the 60s for the French A-Z label, and the set includes some killer work written for BB by Serge Gainsbourg and Francis Lai.

Tracks are a mix of sexy vocals and instrumentals, with super-fab French arrangements by Michel Colombier, Paul Pio, and Christian Gaubert. There’s plenty of moments with a nice groove and a bit of fun!

Francoise Hardy – Comment Te Dire Adieu

Her lower profile didn’t prevent the lyrically clever Comment te dire adieu, a song penned by singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg (who had also been behind many of France Gall’s hits) from becoming one of the biggest hits of 1969. Further releases from an album of the same name followed, including the weaker, banjo-laden Etonnez-moi, Benoît.

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Mick Harvey – Intoxicated Man

“Intoxicated Man”, finds Bad Seed Harvey drawing a portrait of Gainsbourg’s finest moments.

From the nihilistic sleaze of “Barrel Of My 45” and “Jazz In The Ravine”, through the reckless terrain of classics like “Bonnie & Clyde” and “Harley Davidson”, this is an album revealing the works of a great artist to a public that, for the most part, they would otherwise have never known.

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Mick Harvey – Pink Elephants

‘Pink Elephants’ marks the culmination of Mick Harvey’s project to transform the songs of Serge Gainsbourg into English which began with the now already classic ‘Intoxicated Man’ (1995). ‘Pink Elephants’ is makes for a fantastic Volume II.

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Charlotte Gainsbourg – 5 55

The album’s central appeal lies in Gainsbourg’s whispery, London-accented vocals. Like her mother, English actress and singer Jane Birkin, Gainsbourg has a limited tonal range that belies her beguiling interpretive powers– and statuesque je ne sais quoi. She can sing of love as surgery on sweaty lavalamp groove “The Operation” without sounding totally creepy, and moan about being “drunk here on the edge of space” on “Af607105” without recalling William Shatner doing “Rocket Man”.

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February 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_Chanson, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC | 20 Comments

Serge Gainsbourg discography

The late great Serge Gainsbourg (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. He was also a babe-hound while being a whisky connoisseur and swordmaster supreme! Gainsbourg’s varied style and individuality made him difficult to categorise.

Although famous in France for many years, he did not achieve his first No. 1 album until 1979, when he released Aux Armes et cetera more than twenty years after his music career had begun. Since the 1980s, his legacy has been firmly established.

Gainsbourg is probably best know for his fantastic duet with the lovely Brit Jane Birkin: “Je t’aime..” (RealPlayer)

Born Lucien Ginsburg in Paris, France, the son of Russian Jewish parents who fled to France after the 1917 Bolshevik uprising. His childhood was profoundly affected by the occupation of France by Nazi Germany, during which he and his family, as Jews, were forced to wear the yellow star and eventually flee from Paris.

Before he was 30 years old, Gainsbourg was a disillusioned painter but earned his living as a piano player in bars.

His ex wife, Jane Birkin recollects the beginning her affair with Gainsbourg , where he first took her to a nightclub, then to a transvestite club and afterwards to the Hilton, where he passed out in a drunken stupor. He confessed to Birkin that he had been scared of one time beau, and collaborator, uber hotty Brigitte Bardot’s breasts. Gainsbourg married Birkin when she was 19, he was 36 . Birkin left Gainsbourg when pregnant with her third daughter Lou, by the film director Jacques Doillon, whom she later married.

In 1969, he released what would become his most famous song in the English-speaking world, “Je t’aime… moi non plus,” which featured simulated sounds of female orgasm. The song appeared that year on an LP, Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg.

Originally recorded with Brigitte Bardot, it was released with future girlfriend Birkin when Bardot backed out. While Gainsbourg declared it the “ultimate love song,” it was considered too “hot”; the song was censored in various countries, and in France even the toned-down version was suppressed. The freaks in the Vatican made a public statement citing the song as offensive. It reached no. 1 in the UK singles chart.

In the 1980s, approaching the end of his life, Gainsbourg became a regular figure on French TV. His appearances seemed devoted to his controversial sense of humour and provocation. He would show up drunk and unshaven on stage.

serge whitney

On Michel Drucker’s live Saturday evening show with the American singer Whitney Houston, he exclaimed to the host, “I want to fuck her!”

And here is that legendary incident from 1986 when Serge (heavily pissed-up on booze) met the then squeaky-clean (i.e. before she became a quasi crack ho!!) Houston on that French live TV-Show; Serge vs Whitney (RealPlayer). Truly fucking Hilarious!!

In another talk show interview, Serge appeared alongside Catherine Ringer, a well known French singer who in the past had appeared in a few wonderfully nasty pornographic films. Gainsborough shouted:”You’re nothing but a filthy whore …. a filthy, fucking whore.”

Ringer scolded back, “Look at you, you’re just a bitter old alcoholic. I used to admire you but these days you’ve become a disgusting old parasite.”

Here’s a snippet from that show … again fucking hilarious!!

By December, 1988, while a judge at a film festival in Val d’Isère, he appeared drunk and in a rage at a local theatre where he was to do a presentation. While on stage he began to tell an obscene story about Brigitte Bardot and a champagne bottle (mm … I wonder what that lurid anecdote could entail!) only to stagger offstage and collapse in a nearby seat.

During this period he released Love on the Beat, a controversial electronic album with highly sexual themes in the lyrics, and his last studio album, You’re Under Arrest, (which saw him adapt his style to the hip-hop genre), as well as two live recordings.

His third and last Eurovision Song Contest entry came in 1990 with the French entry “White and Black Blues,” sung by Joëlle Ursull. It came second in a tie with Ireland.

His songs became increasingly eccentric during this period, ranging from the anti-drug “Aux Enfants de la Chance” to the duet with his rather hot daughter Charlotte named “Lemon Incest.” This translates as “Inceste de citron”, a wordplay on “un zeste de citron” (a lemon zest). The title demonstrates Gainsbourg’s love for puns (another example of which is Bowie, Beau oui comme Bowie).

Gainsbourg died on March 2, 1991 of a heart attack and was buried in Montparnasse Cemetery, in Paris. His funeral brought Paris to a standstill, and French President François Mitterrand said of him, “He was our Baudelaire, our Apollinaire… He elevated the song to the level of art.”

His home at the well-known address 5bis rue de Verneuil is still covered in graffiti and poems.

Since his death, Gainsbourg’s music has reached legendary stature in France. His lyrical brilliance in French has left an extraordinary legacy. His music, always progressive, covered many styles: jazz, ballads, mambo, lounge, reggae, pop (including adult contemporary pop, kitsch pop, yé-yé pop, ’80s pop, pop-art pop, prog pop, space-age pop, psychedelic pop, and erotic pop), disco, calypso, Africana, bossa nova, and rock and roll. He has gained a following in the English-speaking world with many non-mainstream artists finding his arrangements highly influential.

He is also considered to be one of the first music pop artists of the late 1960s. While artists such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein explored modern iconographic consumer culture through painting, Gainsbourg explored similar territory in music with songs such as “Comic Strip,” “Ford Mustang,” “Qui est In Qui est Out,” and “Teenie Weenie Boppie.”

Gainsbourg was a magnificent artist and a truly debauched genius! A man after my own heart!

trainwreck has uploaded this expansive Serge Gainsbourg discography! Thanks trainwreck !

Serge Gainsbourg – Histoire De Melody Nelson

Fantastic! This may well be Serge Gainsbourg’s greatest album ever — a whole suite based around a spare, electric bass-driven theme, with Serge muttering the lyrics in a raspy loud whisper, while funky rhythms dart in and out of washes of strings and eerie sounds. There’s a very strong soundtrack feel to the album, as washes of music envelop the lyrics, tripped out in funky beats that have become legendary over the years, thanks to some very famous samples.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Couleur Café

When not singing in the saloons and salons of the Rive Gauche or playing the bad guy in a serious of ludicrously bad Italian films, Serge Gainsbourg also found the time to dabble in the cha-chas and mambos which had swept Europe and America in the previous decade. However while most of the dance crazes were meant as one-offs, Gainsbourg took his excursions into Caribbean rhythms as seriously (and as comically) as all of his other stylistic experiments, and continued to record them sporadically up until the 1970’s.

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L’étonnant Serge Gainsbourg (1961)

Apparently, Serge finished this, his third album, in under 30 minutes. Well done Serge. Guess there was some hot piece of ass waiting languidly in the motel to whom he needed to rush off!

As early as 1961, Serge Gainsbourg was one of the most extraordinary artists of the French pop scene, and during the first part of the ’60s the crooner produced a series of outrageously brilliant albums with producer/arranger Alain Goraguer.

One of his most intoxicating amalgams of jazz and pop styles, L’Etonnant Serge Gainsbourg comes highly recommended to fans of ’60s French pop.

An utterly essential early document of Serge Gainsbourg while he was still a mildly respectable man — but that’s not say there aren’t hints of his notorious decadence in this early work.

Tracklisting
1. La Chanson De Prévert
2. En Relisant Ta Lettre
3. Le Rock De Nerval
4. Les Oubliettes
5. Chanson De Maglia
6. Viva Villa
7. Les Amours Perdues
8. Les Femmes C’est Du Chinois
9. Personne
10. Le Sonnet D’arvers

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Serge Gainsbourg – Comic Strip

Around the same time Bob Dylan went electric in Newport, several thousand miles away in France Serge Gainsbourg, hip avatar of all things French, embraced the modish Carnaby street rock & roll sweeping England and America, producing some of the most vital music of his career, not to mention the sexiest. For a man whose personal appearance had been described as a handicap, Gainsbourg managed to produce some of the best pre-Prince makeout music on either side of the Atlantic.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Aux Armes Et Caetera

This is one messed up set. Dig the fact that this is Serge Gainsbourg in dread beat and booze. Aux Armes et cætera is literally Gainsbourg on the rocksteady tip with Sly and Robbie, Flabba Holt, Michael “Mao” Chung, Ansel Collins, the I-Threes, Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, and Judy Mowatt, Sticky Thompson, Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace, and a bunch of French folks playing puff-the-ganja and help the white man in Kingston. Gainsbourg knew what he wanted — a Lee Perry-styled dubber and dread outing — and he knew the cats to hire to get it.

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Serge Gainsbourg – L’Homme À Tête De Chou

One of Serge Gainsbourg’s best albums ever — and don’t pass it up! This one was recorded in the mid 70s — and it’s got a great set of orchestrations by Alan Hawkshaw that are filled with loads of cool spare moogy and electronic bits filtering in and out of the mix! Some tracks have an excellent sound that approaches Serge’s classic Melody Nelson album — and others have a uniquely spacey quality that’s unlike any of his other work!

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Serge Gainsbourg – Rock Around The Bunker

Not exactly a Mel Brooks’ vehicle, Serge Gainsbourg’s 1975 ROCK AROUND THE BUNKER features ten tongue-in-cheek Nazi pop songs.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Du Chant À La Une

The first official album originally released in 1958 which spawned two hits, ‘Le Poinconneur Des Lilas’ & ‘Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin’.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Madame Claude

A great 70s soundtrack from Serge Gainsbourg — funky, electric, and his most dynamic work ever for the screen — a set that’s almost in the territory of some of the Italian police films from the same time! A good number of tracks here rely strongly on funky drums, slinky keyboards, and bubbling basslines — strutting out with a nice cop show sort of approach to funk — and although Jane Birkin sings on one number, the rest of the score is instrumental — making for a further display of Serge’s mighty talents in the 70s.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Mauvaises Nouvelles Des Étoiles

The cover photo and the title (trans: Bad News from the Stars) are the best things about Gainsbourg’s second reggae LP with legendary rhythm section Sly & Robbie. It’s clever, but since it’s such a top-shelf, organic sounding reggae album, it doesn’t really offer the stylistic bizarreness of much of Gainsbourg’s work.


Serge Gainsbourg – Théatre Des Capucines

This is Serge’s jazz album for those who don’t dig jazz, due to its wicked club vibe.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Vu De L’exterieur

A great Serge Gainsbourg album from 1973 – one that we’d rank right up there with his best work! The record’s got a slinky funky groove that’s right in a perfect post-Melody Nelson mode — music written by Serge, and played by a hip small combo that includes lots of great guitar from Alan Parker and sweet electric keyboards and organ from the great Alan Hawkshaw — both of whom really help keep the sound great!
Many tracks have that mellow funk groove that’s become the best-remembered Gainsbourg sound over the years — and as with many of his other albums of the time, this one’s brimming over with potential samples and riffs to steal.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Enregistrement Public Au Theatre Le Palace

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Recorded on New Years’ Eve 1979, in Northern Paris. The recordings, culled from three major performances, feature Sly & Robbie, the Revolutionaries, and the great Ansel Collins on keyboards and organ.

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Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 1)

Although Serge Gainsbourg has already been served very well in the digital era by collections and reissues, his long and varied career benefits from this novel thematic compilation. Love and the Beat is divided into two discs, the first of which includes a rough compendium of his bestknown songs “Comic Strip,” “Ford Mustang,” “69 Année Érotique,” and “Ballade de Melody Nelson” (unfortunately, “Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus” appears only in a new, serviceable remix).

The second disc presents Gainsbourg as sonic chameleon, restlessly looking for new forms to chain to his slinky performances. As such, it travels many more miles than the first disc, traversing all the way from the languorous jazzcafe years of the late ’50s (“Du Jazz Dans le Ravin,” “Coco and Co”) to his Central and South American flirtations of the ’70s and ’80s (dub versions of “Lola Rastaquouère” and “La Nostalgie Camarade,” plus a Brazilian samba track, “Les Sambassadeurs”).

An odd collection of this sort is just the prescription for postmillennial listeners who would much rather hear Gainsbourg the musical polyglot than be subjected to a heavier dosage of his lightweight ’60s French pop recordings. The five remixes included are mostly successful, since the compilers recognized Gainsbourg’s obvious comparisons to the fullspangle European house on display by remixers like Dax Riders (“No Comment”) and Moné (an especially slinky version of “Love on the Beat”).

– John Bush, All Music Guide

Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 1)

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Serge Gainsbourg – Love And The Beat (Volume 2)

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Serge Gainsbourg – Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (3 Discs)

A whopping collection that features a wealth of soundtrack material recorded by Serge Gainsbourg! Serge is certainly famous enough for his pop recordings of the 60s and 70s — but he also turned his talents to countless films over the years, penning great sexy and groovy tunes that were among some of his best work of the time, much of which was never issued properly on LPs, but only appeared briefly on limited eps and 45s in France.

This set brings together a total of 72 tracks — a motherlode of killer tunes that are essential if you dig Serge, all packaged together in a great box set that includes a book with great pictures and a heck of a lot of notes! Includes tracks from films that include Strip Tease, Les Loups Dans La Bergerie, Madame Claude, Sex Shop, Projection Privee, La Pacha, Manon 70, L’Horizon, Le Jardinier D’Argenteuil, Si J’Etais Un Espion, Cannabis, La Horse, Slogan, and Stan The Flasher. Includes loads of titles never reissued on CD!


Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 1)
Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 2)
Le Cinéma De Serge Gainsbourg (Disc 3)

Great Jewish Music Serge Gainsbourg

Tzadik’s fledgling Great Jewish Music series promises to be excellent, if this album is any indication. On it various members of the American and British avant-establishment take turns arranging songs by the great French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg, with results varying from fairly straightforward (Cibo Matto’s surprisingly gentle “Je T’aime, Moi Non Plus” and Ikue Mori’s delightful “Pauvre Lola”) to bizarrely wonderful (Faith No More frontman Mike Patton’s take on “Ford Mustang” and Zorn’s own all-vocal “Contact”).

Medeski, Martin and Wood contribute a version of “Intoxicated Man” on which Medeski does his best to imitate a woozy French accordion before veering off into the trio’s more familiar organic jazz-funk territory; Fred Frith acquits himself nicely on a one-man-band version of “The Ballad of Melody Nelson.” All in all, this is a fine and fitting tribute to an underappreciated songwriter.

~ Rick Anderson, All Music Guide

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Lucien Forever A Tribute to Serge Gainsbourg

The Spanish label compiles indie-pop covers of the French icon. Stereo Total, Luna, Stereo Deluxe.

Gainsbourg Versions Femmes

19 Tracks Collection featuring Timeless Songs Written by Serge Gainsbourg and Performed by Legendary French Female Artists.

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Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg – Je T’Aime, Moi Non Plus

Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg (also known as Je t’aime… moi non plus) is an album featuring duets and solo performances by Jane Birkin and her then lover, Serge Gainsbourg.

It was released in 1969 and included the worldwide hit Je t’aime… moi non plus, which achieved its fame for its salacious lyrics against a background of female moaning and groaning, culminating in an orgasm at the song’s conclusion! Nice!

Christian Marclay – Je T’Aime, Moi Non Plus etc

Here is a short collage of that salacious world wide hit and other sounds from the album reworked by Christian Marclay:

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Jane Birkin – Rendez-Vous

On her 2004 comeback outing, vocalist Jane Birkin returned with a splash, welcoming into the studio a cast of such heavyweights as Bryan Ferry, Manu Chao, Francoise Hardy, Placebo’s Brian Molko, and Etienne Daho.

Jane Birkin – Jane B

A nice compilation by lil Jane of some classic Serge ditties.

Brigitte Bardot – Brigitte Bardot Show

This is Brigitte Bardot when she was an uber hot sex kitten. Now she’s a mad granny type obsessed with fascists and kittens!

One of the greatest Brigitte Bardot albums you could ever buy! This essential CD compiles material from a rare album that Brigitte cut during the 60s for the French A-Z label, and the set includes some killer work written for BB by Serge Gainsbourg and Francis Lai.

Tracks are a mix of sexy vocals and instrumentals, with super-fab French arrangements by Michel Colombier, Paul Pio, and Christian Gaubert. There’s plenty of moments with a nice groove and a bit of fun!

Francoise Hardy – Comment Te Dire Adieu

Her lower profile didn’t prevent the lyrically clever Comment te dire adieu, a song penned by singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg (who had also been behind many of France Gall’s hits) from becoming one of the biggest hits of 1969. Further releases from an album of the same name followed, including the weaker, banjo-laden Etonnez-moi, Benoît.

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Mick Harvey – Intoxicated Man

“Intoxicated Man”, finds Bad Seed Harvey drawing a portrait of Gainsbourg’s finest moments.

From the nihilistic sleaze of “Barrel Of My 45” and “Jazz In The Ravine”, through the reckless terrain of classics like “Bonnie & Clyde” and “Harley Davidson”, this is an album revealing the works of a great artist to a public that, for the most part, they would otherwise have never known.

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Mick Harvey – Pink Elephants

‘Pink Elephants’ marks the culmination of Mick Harvey’s project to transform the songs of Serge Gainsbourg into English which began with the now already classic ‘Intoxicated Man’ (1995). ‘Pink Elephants’ is makes for a fantastic Volume II.

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Charlotte Gainsbourg – 5 55

The album’s central appeal lies in Gainsbourg’s whispery, London-accented vocals. Like her mother, English actress and singer Jane Birkin, Gainsbourg has a limited tonal range that belies her beguiling interpretive powers– and statuesque je ne sais quoi. She can sing of love as surgery on sweaty lavalamp groove “The Operation” without sounding totally creepy, and moan about being “drunk here on the edge of space” on “Af607105” without recalling William Shatner doing “Rocket Man”.

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February 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_Chanson, Music_Pop, Music_WorldMusic, Serge Gainsbourg, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Odes de Ney – The cosmic dances of the turning dervishes

Odes de Ney – The cosmic dances of the turning dervishes
Genre: Ethnic | Format: APE & CUE | 1 CD | Covers, Booklet | Size: 356 Mb | Rs.com
Date: 1 avril 1999

Performer: Various Artists

Mesmerising beautiful music from those dervishes who like to whirl!

Tracks

01.: Naat (lounge)
02.: Peshrev (prelude)
03.: Niyaz Ayin (cosmic dancethe)
04.: Hay (Zirk) (invocation)
05.: Son Peshrev (postlude)
06.: Bayati Semai (interlude)
07.: Nukte (humour)
08.: Ferahfeza
09.: Yali Tanbur (Arch-Lute)
10.: Bishnev Ez Ney
11.: Odes De Ney (Ode)
12.: Tanbur (Long-Neck Lute)

Download

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http://rapidshare.com/files/83345930/OdNeThCosDa.part6.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83350267/OdNeThCosDa.part7.rar
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Thanks to the original poster

January 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Odes de Ney – The cosmic dances of the turning dervishes

Odes de Ney – The cosmic dances of the turning dervishes
Genre: Ethnic | Format: APE & CUE | 1 CD | Covers, Booklet | Size: 356 Mb | Rs.com
Date: 1 avril 1999

Performer: Various Artists

Mesmerising beautiful music from those dervishes who like to whirl!

Tracks

01.: Naat (lounge)
02.: Peshrev (prelude)
03.: Niyaz Ayin (cosmic dancethe)
04.: Hay (Zirk) (invocation)
05.: Son Peshrev (postlude)
06.: Bayati Semai (interlude)
07.: Nukte (humour)
08.: Ferahfeza
09.: Yali Tanbur (Arch-Lute)
10.: Bishnev Ez Ney
11.: Odes De Ney (Ode)
12.: Tanbur (Long-Neck Lute)

Download

http://rapidshare.com/files/83355174/OdNeThCosDa.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83358785/OdNeThCosDa.part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83362252/OdNeThCosDa.part3.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83365465/OdNeThCosDa.part4.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83341511/OdNeThCosDa.part5.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83345930/OdNeThCosDa.part6.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83350267/OdNeThCosDa.part7.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/83351161/OdNeThCosDa.part8.rar

Thanks to the original poster

January 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Equations of Eternity Volume 2: Veve

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Equations of Eternity Volume 2: Veve (Eraldo Bernocchi, Mick Harris, Bill Laswell)

September 1, 1998

Wordsound /ASIN: B000009OVX

This was the second outing under the Equations of Eternity banner which paired up Bill Laswell and Mick Harris with help from Sigillum S’ Eraldo Bernocchi, who previously worked with Harris on the ‘Overload Lady’ drum ‘n bass excursion.

Tracklisting

1. Baron Samedi 6:36

2. Magamat 6:22

3. Kurukulla 6:21

4. Luk Krok 6:04

5. Set Rising 5:26

6. Aether 6:39

7. Madre de Agua 5:41

8. Yama 5:39

9. Maka 6:54


All compositions by Bernocchi-Laswell-Harris.

Eraldo Bernocchi – electronics, programming, treated guitars
Bill Laswell – bass, interstellar influence
Mick Harris – electronics, programming

Review from Amazon:

https://i2.wp.com/www.ssmt-reviews.com/images/laswell/band.jpgEOE could be the strangest rock band on earth, consisting of Eraldo Bernocchi (guitars, samples), Bill Laswell (basses) and Mick Harris (drums).

“Veve” is one of the best records either artist has done. I wouldn’t place it on a par with Scorn’s masterpiece “Evanescence”, because it lacks diversity in sound, but it is far preferable to Mick’s and Bill’s later-era solo recordings.

The overall sound is dark, powerful and distorted, thanks to Mick’s slow but harsh drum beats and Bill’s croaking deep-sea basslines. But sometimes EOE manage it to sound even a *bit* friendly, particularly on “Aether” with its beautiful synth samples.

All in all, “Veve” is a surprisingly accessible album and provides a true listening adventure.

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January 10, 2008 Posted by | Bill Laswell, Equations of Eternity, Eraldo Bernocchi, Mick Harris, Music_Alternative, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | Leave a comment