Sunday, July 13, 2008

Pascal Comelade - Sentimientos ,LP,1981,France/USA

Ok guys,here's the long awaited P.Comelade ultra rare release on Dys label.Nothing to say here.Excellent as always music from the toy orchestra of monsieur Comelade.Released through DYS label in limited quantities ,this is considered his rarest LP.Thanks to the friend that provided it.

get it here





18 comments:

zebulon said...

looking for some comelade on the net make me came here, thanks a lot for this rare LP

Comelade est "El Maestro"

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Thanks for this LP, and for all the music. Can you get more music for comelade?
Martin from argentina

Anonymous said...

Great!!Thank you very much!!!

Igor Wagner said...

Comelade's tape "Milano Enarmonisto" from the ADN label was posted on Continuo's blog:
http://continuo.wordpress.com/2008/05/17/pascal-comelade-milano-enarmonisto/
There is also a live recording from 1990:
http://continuo.wordpress.com/2007/11/14/pascal-comelade-live-allonnes-1990-2/

dmtls Merzbau is going to post "Logique du sens" from the Tago Mago label in the near future:
http://dmtlsmerzbau.wordpress.com/

James Dean Brown said...

Well, I knew this is the Holy Grail of Sharity here. I've been looking for this album for 27 years now, no matter on which medium, just to be able to experience the sound of this rare gem at all. Even a friend of mine who usually digs up even the most obscure recordings from all over the world wasn't capable of finding a copy of "Sentimientos" in all these years. Thanks a 1000 times, now I can stop hunting for goodies from my musical past, I feel relieved now.
JDB

Bianca Castafiore said...

Here are some other Comelade recordings found on the net:

L'argot du bruit
Un samedi sur la terre
Mètode de Rocanrol (French edition)
Aigua de Florida (EP for Cave Canis)
Live at the Gamatzem

Contributions & participations:
Homenaje a Macromassa
Macromassa was the band by Comelade collaborator Victor Nubla. Comelade's piece here also appeared with a slightly different arrangement and under a different name on the compilation "Thinking of Mustapha".
Superelvis: "Happiness Is Stupid"
With Comelade and the Bel Canto Orchestra members Jakob Draminsky Hojmark and Mark Cunningham.
Pau Riba: "Nadadales"
Features Comelade on some tracks.
Luis Llach + Pascal Comelade: "Abril 2004"
4 track EP released by the Catalan magazine Enderrock. Llach's piece "Abril 1974" was featured on "Haikus de piano".
Sommer vorm Balkon
OST for the film "Summer in Berlin", the Comelade tracks contained here were all previously released before.
Illuminated No. 2
K7 compilation. Comelade's supposed contribution sounds unlike anything else he did. Personally I doubt it is really him.

André Lumley said...

Merci beaucoup for this LP!
Alex Barbier & Pascal Comelade's EP "Alex Barbier chante..." can be found here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/127810667/barbier.rar.html

Alex Barbier is a painter and creator of comic books. He provided the images for Comelade's "Musiques pour films vol. 2".

biwwy said...

Hey!

This one is absolutely amazing!

Thank you very very much!

Anton.

Cat Stevens said...

This is great.
Comparable, and maybe even better than Detail Monochrome.
Thanks for sharing!

Seth said...

Thank you so much---Over 10 years ago I recorded an amazing song from the radio, unfortunately with no information, and have been looking for it ever since... It is the track Again from this album. I couldn't believe my ears.

gidouille said...

Wow, thanks, I have this one, the even earlier Paralelo and the Readymades ep on vinyl, but I've not listened to them in years and years. I shall have to pull them out and listen to them again. His early work is so completely different from the later work with toy instruments for which he's primarily known.

Bianca Castafiore said...

Interesting to see some Comelade fans around...

Could someone please provide these early tape cassette releases by Comelade:
- "Vertical pianos" (1978)
- "Slow music" (Eurock, 1981)
- "Irregular organs" (1982)
- "Bel Canto Orquestra" (Galerie Medamothi, Montpellier; bootlegged by Ding Dong, Netherlands, 1984)
- "Scenes de musiques ralenties" (UMYU/LMD, 1984)

I never saw them offered anywhere.

Anonymous said...

Comelade's "Logique du sens" can be found here:
http://continuo.wordpress.com/2008/07/24/pascal-comelade-logique-du-sens

jean swan said...

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Anonymous said...

is there anyway you can rapidshare this one for us mac users??? Thanks!

Les Tontons Flingueurs said...

Here's another rip from PC - Sentimientos w Hi-Res Scans

http://tontonsflingueursckrl.blogspot.com/2010/03/pascal-comelade-sentimientos-lp-79-81.html

bud said...

This blog is absolutely peerless.
I have learned so much about music by trawling through your posts.
Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Superbe blog !

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