Friday, August 22, 2008

VINCENT GEMIGNANI-MODERN POP PERCUSSION, LP, 1970, FRANCE




Both wonderfully odd and impossibly suave, this French treasure is situated at a unique nexus between tripped out experimental sound sculpture manipulation (think: Lasry/Baschet, Goa Et Francky Bourlier, Om and Gravity Adjusters Expansion Band) and swinging Parisian pop grooviness of the soundtrack/library/space age bachelor pad variety. You all ready for the Barbarella avant garde?

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8 comments:

litlgrey said...

Thhis has been shared before, but not with front as well as rear scans. Thanks much.

vdoandsound said...

litlgrey-it might have been at one point, but it wasn't up elsewhere any longer as far as I could discern. Of course, it's now has been hoisted elsewhere, given that the pathetic little turd thats been stealing all my posts here and republishing them on wickmusic.com (which contains nothing but content stolen from other blogs) has gotten his grubby little mits on my latest posts.

litlgrey said...

Wickmusic? Well that's sure one blog I won't be visiting. It'll go on my To-Be-Forgotten list, much like the blog for Houseplant Studios and so on.

alain said...

Crazy record, crazy. The post describes it well -- avant -garde tracks alternating with Esquivel-esque loungey, kitschy (but groovy) tracks. Hard to believe it's the same artist. oh, and it's great!

Gianni said...

yes, crazy wonderful lp.
thank you

Electric Voodoo said...

Very Nice "You All"... I think you stayed too long in New Orleans.

LOBO said...

Excellent disque, merci beaucoup.

Anonymous said...

Merci pour ce Geminiani
Ton blog est trés classe
bravo
Julien