Originally released in 1976, the album finally has found an audience and has been reissued by Staubgold. Patrick Vian is the son of French jazz musician Boris Vian. He was also a member of the underground rock band Red Noise, who made one album that is quite well known among prog and psych collectors. Bruits Et Temps Analogues is actually quite an interesting album that has probably been taken for granted over the years. Vian has assembled a high caliber instrumental quartet that includes noted percussionist Mino Cinelu. Vian plays a variety of analog synths - Moogs and ARPs. George Granier is the second keyboardist and Ame Son's Bernard Lavialle plays guitar…
On 100 X Vive la France there are 100 tracks that perfectly reflect the feeling of 50 years of French music. From veterans such as Charles Trenet, Henri Salvador, Yves Montand and Catherine Sauvage to more recent artists such as In-Grid, Renaud and others. The tracks are arranged chronologically on the CDs and are thus a nice overview of half a century French music.
"L'Écume des jours d'après Boris Vian" is a concept album, based on the 1947 philosophical novel "L'Ecume des jours" (Froth on the Daydream), by Boris Vian…
Prix Django Reinhardt, prix Boris Vian, prix audiovisuel de l'Europe, Django d'or, au fil des années, de clubs en concerts, d'enregistrements en festivals, à travers son jeu inventif et sa présence scènique, il s'est affirmé comme une des créatrices personnalités du jazz en europe. Le Monde, Francis Marmande : Le Big Band de Jean-Loup Longnon Trompettiste de tempérament, personnalité bruyante, Jean-Loup Longnon n'est jamais si vivant qu'à la tête de sa légion. Il aime les masses sonores, les chocs de sections, l'allégresse et la puissance que dégage une machine qui tourne. Il a les moyens de le faire savoir : l'entourage choisi, le goût de l'écriture et l'énergie communicative de la direction d'orchestre.
Red Noise were formed as a French anarchic outfit in late 1960s by Patrick Vian (guitar), a son of a French poet / writer / jazz musician Boris Vian. It's said they've played on stage defended in barricades in Université Sorbonne. They released one and only album "Sarcelles Lochères" in 1970 and soon were disbanded in the same year. Their indomitable spirit for rock music could be taken over by another French project named Komintern.
Ce coffret de trois disques (et soixante chansons) permet de rappeler, à fin d’inventaire, l’invraisemblable quantité de tubes enchaînée par Richard Anthony durant sa prolifique carrière.
You really have to be blind to all the evidence if you refuse to see that Parker’s calibre was at least as prodigious as that of the greatest musicians of earlier generations. -Boris Vian. The aim of 'The Complete Charlie Parker', compiled for Frémeaux & Associés by Alain Tercinet, is to present (as far as possible) every studio-recording by Parker, together with titles featured in radio-broadcasts. Private recordings have been deliberately omitted from this selection to preserve a consistency of sound and aesthetic quality equal to the genius of this artist.