Album ref.: VKKD105-040
13-title CD extra– 40:10 mn + 13 Instrumentals MP3 + mpg videoclip
Available in MP3 – 320 Kb/s et OGG formats
Brassens plu - Jacques Yvart – Dunkerque (France)
Coproduction Jacques Yvart/Vinilkosmo © 2011
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For his 29th album, Jacques Yvart chose Esperanto again to pay a fine homage to Georges Brassens, to commemorate this year (2011) the 90th anniversary of his birth as well as the 30th anniversary of his death.
Six of the titles that already appeared in 1998 (Jacques Yvart kantas Georges Brassens – VKKD19) have been rerecorded and remasterized por this new edition, but Jacques also delivers seven new little gems, “La marista amo” (La marine, The Navy) and “Oĉjo Leon'” (Le vieux Léon, Old Leon) being among the most well-known songs. This album also gives us the opportunity to discover less frequent songs such as “La longa vico” (La file indienne, The Indian File), “Milito” (La guerre, War), or “La lamanta reĝo” (Le roi boiteux, The Lame King), and without forgetting “Johano la neavertinto” (Jehan l’advenu, John Who Comes and Goes), that Georges Brassens did not write himself but that he nevertheless recorded, and the music of which was signed by… Jacques Yvart!
In order to accompany him on this adventure, Jacques surrounded himself with greatly talented musician friends, each of whom added their touch to the musical arrangements, and the results may occasionally surprise you.
Brassens fans will be enchanted.
This CD Extra also contains the instrumentals in MP3 for those who want to sing along with the music, and also a videoclip of the song “La marista amo” filmed in the studio during the recording of the voices.
Jacques Yvart is :
Jacques YVART: vocals, guitar and Musical direction,
Musicians in that album:
Thierry Ducrocq : bassguitar in titles 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 12
Gérald Ryckeboer: bouzouki in 1, 7, flute in 1
Katrien Delavier: flute in 1, celtic harp in 5, 7
Sylvain Brailly : « Gypsy » guitar in 2
Thierry Berckel : piano in 3, Hammond-organ in 12
Franck Manceau : Drums in 3, 12
Thomas Faye : double bass in 4, 8, 9, 10, 11
Ludovic Delaere : piano in 4, 9, 10, 11, harpsichord in 8
Philippe Servain: accordion in 4, 10, 11
Olivier Brousse : double bass in 6
Pierre Bertrand : mandoline in 6
Olivier Gérardin: piano in 6
Guy Ouidiahoui : drums in 6
Sarah Alcalay : violin in 6, 9
Jean-Paul Maes : saxophone in 7
Daniel Tirmarche and Mickaël Vlighe : drum in 13
Male chorus in 13 : Jacques Caubel (korusestro), Rikardo Cash, Nicolas Gauffillet, Jean-Marc Leclercq (JoMo), Fabrice Morandeau (FAMo), Eric Mugnier, Marc Roger, Christophe Vuillot.
Marching steps in 13: male chorus and Françoise Eriksen-Brosset
Music recording and music Mixes : Franck Manceau in homstudio in Dunkerque, France
Except music recording "La ĉevaleto" and voices : Triboulet in Studio de la Trappe/Vinilkosmo
Mastering : Jean Pierre Bameulle (Studio LRA en Antony/Francio)
photos at Jacques and cover art: Laurent Smadja
Photos at Georges Brassens : Birgit
Graphics of the booklet, Cover art and video: Ivimages (Yves Charlot)
Download high definition video HERE !
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