João Camões • Jean-Marc Foussat • Claude Parle - Bien Mental FLAC album
Title: Bien Mental
Style: Free Improvisation, Avant-garde Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1468 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1455 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1835 mb
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Electronics, Recorded By – Jean-Marc Foussat. Enregistré au Studio Pyjama à La Garenne-Colombes les 8 janvier & 11 février par Jean-Marc Foussat.
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Viola JEAN-MARC FOUSSAT. Electronic devices and voice. 1. Suite Pour La Trosième Oreille 2. Mécanique Verte. There’s a particular circumstance: Foussat doesn’t use the concepts defining the present day electronica, but those of the acoustic improvised music and free jazz, established through multiple partnerships with Jac Berrocal, Daunik Lazro, Sophie Agnel, Jerôme Bourdellon and Makoto Sato, among others. Unquiet, acting by impulse and always with new ideas, in the two long pieces of the CD he covers several kinds of approaches, the two main ones being the live processing of the signals coming from his partner and the elaboration of synthesis.
Jean-Marc is a French masculine given name. It may refer to : Jean-Marc Adjovi-Bocco (born 1963), a former Beninese football player. Jean-Marc Ayrault (born 1950), a French politician and a member of the French Socialist Party. Jean-Marc Barr (born 1960), a French -American film actor and director. Jean-Marc Berliere, a French historian. Jean-Marc Bosman (born 1964), a former Belgian footballer. Jean-Marc Bustamante (born 1952), a French artist, sculptor and photographer.
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Bien Mental (FOU RECORDS FR-CD 12) is another unique slice of improvised music from the French label Fou Records, and it’s a team-up of the Algerian Jean-Marc Foussat, the French accordion player Claude Parle, and the Portuguese viola player João Camões. To my mind all three are practically outsider. ot exactly part of the star system of improvised music, coming into the arena through different personal pathways, and not even entirely sure if they want to align themselves with the precepts of the genre
Beyond the historical, Zimpel plays with time on the album in other ways, too. Some of the compositions, like the opening Alupa – Pappa or the wonderfully buoyant Five Clarinets, are almost grid-like in structure, built on interlocking strata of subdivided bars Charles Gayle, William Parker, Hamid Drake – Live.
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- Accordion, Liner Notes – Claude Parle
- Electronics, Recorded By – Jean-Marc Foussat
- Viola – João Camões