Naim Amor | Exsanguine

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by Naim Amor

"Exsanguine is jazz cool and laid back, a joyously ethereal 1960s soundtrack to a dinner party in a Tucson barrio hosted by a Parisian couple in a Peter Sellers film"
Genre: Pop: French Pop
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1. Etre La
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2. Going Places
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3. Tucson.AZ
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4. Sparkling Bossa
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5. Le Wepler
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6. Son Petit Sourire
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7. Precious Second
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8. Quand Tu Es Passée
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9. Sparkling Guitar
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10. Sketch
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Album Notes
Available today in a re-mastered downloadable version, Exsanguine was only released so far as a limited edition vinyl LP album (and still is available at The album features members of Tucson band GOLDEN BOOTS such as Dimitri Manos playing drums and Ryen Eggleston playing upright bass. Also playing guitar, Joey Burns, singer of band CALEXICO, who co wrote with Naïm the song "Sketch". Emilie Marchand who sings along a couple duets with Naïm on songs "Sparkling Bossa" and "Sparkling Guitar",and Mr Tidypaws who plays saxophone. The song "Quand Tu es Passée" was recorded in a different studio, at Wavelab with Tasha Bundy on drums and Nathan Sabatino on baritone guitar, the song was recorded and mixed by british musician/producer John Parish (PJ Harvey, Eels...).
Here is what one of the press reviews had to say about EXSANGUINE when it came out on vinyl...

"Naim Amor’s Exsanguine is jazz cool and laid back, a joyously ethereal 1960s soundtrack to a dinner party in a Tucson barrio hosted by a Parisian couple in a Peter Sellers film. Comprised of outtakes and alternative takes from sessions for his upcoming CD, Sanguine, Exsanguine finds the French-born Amor producing a stellar avant-pop collection imbued with shades of jazz, rock, folk, ragtime, and electronica. The opening strains of “Etre La” provide an electronic soundscape tinged with acoustic and electric guitars, while the jovial ragtime-meets-folk guitar of the instrumental “Going Places” is pure pop bliss. Emilie Marchand’s ethereal vocal harmonies accentuate the saxophone-laced club jazz of “Sparkling Bossa” as well as its folk-meets-Parisian nightclub reprise “Sparkling Guitar.” Other standouts include: “Le Wepler” – a musical flashback to a sunbathing session on the Mediterranean coast; “Son Petit Suorire” – a lo-fi accordion- and blues guitar-infused jaunt; and “Precious Second” – an anthemic jazz contemplation on time."


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