Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Serge Gainsbourg - Vu De L'Extérieur


Year : 1973
Label : Philips
Genre : Rock
Style : Pop, Funk/Soul

Second concept album of Serge Gainsbourg incorporating poetry, onomatopoeia based on scatology & childishness themes, sounds from the Progressive Rock genre and some borrowings to Funk/Soul music. This is likewise his first collaboration with arranger/keyboardist Alan Hawkshaw featuring a line-up entirely british : Brian Odgers from Apollo 100 or  session drummer Dougie Wright. As the pioneering and innovative Melody Nelson album, Vu De l'Extérieur was a commercial failure, however the 45rpm single "Je Suis Venu Te Dire Que Je M'en Vais (based on Paul Verlaine's poetry)/ Vu De L'Extérieur" released the same year, was a big hit in France. All tracks composed by Serge Gainsbourg, recorded at Phonogram Studio, London, except the voices & mixing at Studio Des Dames, Paris.
  
Alan Hawkshaw_keyboards
Judd Proctor & Alan Parker_guitar
Brian OdgersDave Richmond_bass 
Dougie Wright_drums
Chris Karan_percussion

01. Je Suis Venu Te Dire Que Je M'en Vais
02. Vu De L'Extérieur
03. Panpan Cucul   
04. Par Hasard Et Pas Rasé   
05. Des Vents Des Pets Des Poums    
06. Titicaca
07. Pamela Popo
08. La Poupée Qui Fait
09. L'Hippopodame 
10. Sensuelle Et Sans Suite

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