Ben Popp | Demain Est Une Fête

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Demain Est Une Fête

by Ben Popp

a full of lovely album that balances between latin rock and pop with a taste of acidity
Genre: Pop: French Pop
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1. Besoin De Quelqu'un
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2. Luna
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3. Le Sage Partage
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4. Nos Au Revoir
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5. It's My Birthday
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6. Je Suis Venu Te Dire Que Je Mentais
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7. C'est L'amour
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8. Demain Est Une Fête
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9. Elle Disait Je T'aime
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10. Un Peu De Marylin
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11. Ça Fait Peur
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12. Sur Du Vent
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13. Et Si Demain Ne Venait Jamais
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14. Demain Est Une Fête (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Variety is ultimately Ben Popp’s greatest virtue. In 14 songs, one can listen to a bunch of cute, well-connected pop songs with a special french flavor.

Été 1991. L'aventure musicale commence un peu comme l'enfer de Dante pour Ben Popp enfermé dans un appartement provençal surchauffé par les machines qu'il utilise. Une véritable saison en enfer. Ce sera le titre de ce premier album, le premier d'une longue liste. Vingt ans après, la leçon a été retenue, le nouvel album sort avant l'été. « Demain est une fête » est dans la continuité de ce que l'artiste a toujours fait. Des pop songs simples et directes qui regardent dans des directions diverses (pop, rock, latino, blues) et un style personnel d'écriture qui mêle poésie et textes au cordeau. Toujours là, égal à lui-même, Ben Popp signe peut-être avec ce nouvel album son œuvre la plus mature à ce jour sur laquelle qualité et diversité rivalisent tour à tour.
E. Giroux

Avec : Eric Parmantier, Jean-Claude Lorenzino guitares électriques solo, Pierre Walther guitares nylon et folk acoustiques, Christian Pruneau guitares électriques solo et Ben Popp, voix, chœurs, basse, percussions, mélodica, cajon, programmation des claviers, guitares rythmiques et guitares solo.

Summer, 1991. The musical adventure begins little as the hell of Dante for Ben Popp locked into a Provençal apartment overheated by the machines he uses. A real season in hell. It will be the title of this first album, the first one of a long list. Twenty years later, the lesson was retained, the new album goes out before summer. « Demain est une fête » (" Tomorrow is a party " )is in the continuity of what the artist always made. Pop songs simple and direct which look in diverse directions (pop, rock, latin, blues) and a personal style of writing which involves poetry and caustic texts. Always there, true to form, Ben Popp signs maybe with this new album his most mature work this day on which quality and diversity compete alternately.


Ben Popp’s latest release, Demain est une fete, is a classy, progressive-tinged rock album with French charm and catchy rhythms throughout. The simplistic percussion, guitar work, and melodic sounds are poignant and enjoyable. The pleasant acoustic and electric guitar renderings are ideal for the adult contemporary pop genre. In short, the music is varied and catchy. There is a nice mix of lighter melodies with several doses of heavier material that take on a more rock-focused approach. The songs provide all the elements of a great listen including great instrumentation, excellent vocal deliveries, and catchy melodies that are universal. Ben’s somewhat reserved vocals are perfect for the instrumentation. There is absolutely nothing amiss on Demain est une fete. In fact, it is one of the best music releases to come out of France.

Review by Matthew Forss
Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)


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Matthew Forss

a classy, progressive-tinged rock album
Ben Popp’s latest release, Demain est une fete, is a classy, progressive-tinged rock album with French charm and catchy rhythms throughout. The simplistic percussion, guitar work, and melodic sounds are poignant and enjoyable. The pleasant acoustic and electric guitar renderings are ideal for the adult contemporary pop genre. In short, the music is varied and catchy. There is a nice mix of lighter melodies with several doses of heavier material that take on a more rock-focused approach. The songs provide all the elements of a great listen including great instrumentation, excellent vocal deliveries, and catchy melodies that are universal. Ben’s somewhat reserved vocals are perfect for the instrumentation. There is absolutely nothing amiss on Demain est une fete. In fact, it is one of the best music releases to come out of France.

Review by Matthew Forss
Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)