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Malliciously humorous text oriented singer, Ĵak Le Puil, long known for his engagement with and perfect use of Esperanto, finally signs his first CD but not his first recording, and quite far from it !
In 1977 Ĵak had already recorded an album-cassette, "Danĝera ul'" (A dangerous guy), then three others followed ; "Revenas mi" (I'm coming back) in 1980, "De Pont-Aven al Varsovi'" (From Pont-Aven to Varsovie) in 1985 and "Ne donu tro" (Don't give too much) in 1993. A quick count reveals no less than twenty seven years of presence that Jxak crowns with this new album, jammed with soft derision, a few slightly fierce critics, and a lot of tenderness.
You will find four originals composed by Jak on words by Eugeno Miĥalski, Claus J Günkel, Tomash Pumpr and Stefan Maul, a poem by Radoj Ralin from after a translation by Sailor Bacev, "La prezidenta ĉaso" translated by Jean-Pierre Danvy, "La Kongresurboj" drawn from the album-cassette "Revenas mi" and several famous French songs adapted to Esperanto, and written by well known Pierre Perret, Graeme Allwright, Boris Vian ... in short, quite a display !
This album was entirely recorded in our studio "De La Trappe / Vinilkosmo" in wide collaboration with the no less famous JoMo on guitar, bass, keyboards and percussions !!!
Need more be said ? This is history !
Bonus track :
"Je reviens chez nous" by Jean Pierre Ferlan (Revenas mi, strans. JP Danvy).
Ĵak Le PUIL is :
Jacques Le Puil : vocals, guitar
Guest musicians :
Jean-Marc Leclercq (JoMo) : guitar, bass, keyboards, percussions, chorus
Philippe Cordelier (Mult) : drums in Versaĵo sen fino
Chorus of Esperantists from Toulouse (France) in three songs : Jeannette & Richard Cash, Miquela Catlla, Arno Lagrange, Armela Lequint, Karline Martorell-Baudin, Hernan Miranda, christine Vidotto and Floréal Martorell (you're not dreaming!).
Studio : Studio de la Trappe / Vinilkosmo (Donneville)
Sound engineer : Triboulet
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