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french cosmic machinery

It’s da bombue! The Cosmic Machine – A Voyage Across French Cosmic And Electronic Avantgarde (1970-1980) v/a cd or 2lp+cd on Because (released 2013-10-14) boasts twenty tracks on either format, two of which previously unreleased (by Bernard Fèvre and by DVWB = Daniel Vangarde & Wally Badarou). Sleeve by Philippe Druillet, music selected by Uncle O, who’s already compiled the Shaolin Soul series, and there’s a 12″ with a Prins Thomas remix too. Hecque, even Serge is on board! Interviews via http://wadmag.com/words/files/uncle-o-cosmic-machine/ and http://www.90bpm.net/2013/10/cosmic-machineuncle-o-itw/ and http://www.lemouv.fr/diffusion-cosmic-machine and see also http://culturebox.francetvinfo.fr/cosmic-machine-la-compil-des-pionniers-de-lelectro-made-in-france-143505 and http://www.franceinter.fr/blog-loreille-en-pointe-cosmic-machine-la-compile-retro-futuriste-made-in-france & whatever comes next!

jolly gonzales

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Ho ho and a free Chilly Gonzales piano tune for Christmassnatch it via http://chillygonzales.com/2012/12/free-download-a-minor-christmas-medley/ – if only to remind us of Mr Jason Charles Beck’s excellent Piano Solo IIalbum, as released 2012-09 on Gentle Threat (GENTLE017CD). Written and performed at the piano by Chilly Gonzales, recorded and produced in Paris, France, and quite timeless.
http://chillygonzales.com/
http://www.gonzpiration.com/
http://www.deezer.com/nl/artist/7439
https://soundcloud.com/chillygonzales
http://www.facebook.com/chillygonzales
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzales_%28musician%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivory_Tower_(2010_film)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/may/20/gonzales-longest-solo-concert
http://liveweb.arte.tv/fr/video/Salons_de_Musique_Chilly_Gonzales_Vincent_Segal_Palais_de_Tokyo/

a bit of a dez mona dream

The album’s been out for weeks, the single for months, and still that groove of Suspicion(62TV, rel. 2012-10-25) keeps haunting me … as does “A little bit of a dream”, with its mellow 1972ish vibe – it ought to bring them a hit in France. The sixties soundtrack feel of Fool’s dayand the funky blues of The back doorare two more highlights of “A Gentleman’s Agreement”, Dez Mona‘s fifth and most accessible album yet (produced by Jo Francken, also featuring Roel Van Camp, Steven Cassiers, Tijs Delbeke, Sjoerd Bruil and even Tom Van Laere & Stef Kamil Carlens).
http://www.dezmona.com/
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dez_Mona
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dez_Mona
http://uzine.posterous.com/tag/dezmona
http://www.muziekcentrum.be/carrier.php?ID=85623
http://www.thisisbang.com/Public/Artist.php?ID=13580
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dez-Mona/139575263552
http://www.rtbf.be/video/detail_50-degres-nord?id=1784004
http://www.cobra.be/cm/cobra/cobra-mediaplayer/muziek/1.678719
http://www.abconcerts.be/nl/concerten/p/detail/dez-mona-18-12-2012

lonnie holley

No reason to call Lonnie Holley aka Mister Sand Man an outsider artist … unless you’re going to dispense with folk art tout court …
http://www.dust-digital.com/lonnie/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonnie_Holley
http://www.marciaweberartobjects.com/holley.html
http://www.baileygallery.com/artists_02.cfm?fid=504
http://www.soulsgrowndeep.org/artists/lonnie-holley/
http://mainstreetgallery.net/folk-or-self-taught-art/lonnie-holley/
http://www.rockfordartmuseum.org/COLLECTION/l_holley.html
http://www.shelbycountyreporter.com/2011/03/02/profile-mister-sandman/
http://realdeepblues.blogspot.be/2012/12/lonnie-holley-just-before-music.html
http://www.worldmusic.net/news/blog/2012-11-16/lonnie-holley-all-rendered-truth/
http://pleasedonotbend.co.uk/work/do-we-think-too-much-i-dont-think-we-can-ever-stop/
http://www.ikon-gallery.co.uk/online_shop/ikon_catalogues/installation/item/do_we_think_too_much_i_dont_think_we_can_ever_stop/

bob lind’s comeback

Bob Lind‘s new album Finding You Again(just out on Big Beat, cat. no. CDWIKD 307) kind of shook me unexpectedly. Or maybe I’m just weak at the knees because just for an instant the intro of “Maybe it’s the rain” reminds me of Lesley Duncan‘s “Love song”. Anyhow Mr. Lind‘s fifth full album is quite impressive – and a purchase to be considered for fans of Jacques Brel, Michael Chapman, Bill Fay, Ned Collette, Marianne Faithfull, Richard Hawley, Mickey Newbury, Scott Walker and the like – even though Dylan‘s the usual buzzword. Housed in an awful sleeve, and not as brash sounding as Bish Bosch“, I’m sure, but worth the listen ànd read, as the lyrics have been printed. Our man Bob‘s kinda proud of them, since he urges us to “please listen to the songs all the way through before reading the lyrics. Reading the words while you listen for the first time is like consulting a sex manual while you’re making love” (cd booklet p. 5). Features a cover version of Peter Allen‘s Somebody’s angel(off the Australian’s 1980 lpBi-Coastal), incidentally.
http://boblind.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Lind
http://www.spectropop.com/BobLind/index.htm
http://www.researchvideo.com/news/bob-lind-news.html
http://palebloomsandbeyond.wordpress.com/2010/03/07/35/
http://www.cherryred.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=3086
http://acerecords.co.uk/bob-lind
http://www.tsimon.com/lind.htm