Albert Marcoeur | L Apostrophe

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L Apostrophe

by Albert Marcoeur

Albert Marcoeur is an unclassifiable french singer and multi-instrumentalist, born in 1947, in Dijon. He began his carreer in the early 70s. He made funny and disbalanced rhythms and texts.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. L'idéologue
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2. L'exemple Type
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3. L'ordinaire
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4. L'inexorable Attente
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5. L'ancien Régime
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6. L'emprunteur
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7. L'environnementeuse
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8. L'intruse
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9. L'agriculteur
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10. L'épitaphe
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11. L' Rmiste
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12. L'amoureuse Et L'amoureux
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"An extraordinary new CD from Albert and his brothers - and many guest musicians. As always these are meticulously crafted songs, eccentric, brilliantly arranged and now opened out into a whole new world of sounds and treatments as they struggle through old cinema soundtracks, aural fog, nostalgia, distortion, interference or a dizzy, dreamlike aural Sargasso sea of trailing weeds. Diffuse, yet with every detail pin sharp. Remarkable. I had to listen three times to find it and that's always a good sign."-ReR Megacorp


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