Naim Amor | Sanguine

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Sanguine

by Naim Amor

Having enlisted locals, Calexico, as his backing band with Joey Burns as producer, this new release furthers to cross-pollinate French pop with dusty Southwestern sounds.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Etre Là
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2. Aigre Martini
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3. Les Bruits
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4. Son Grand Sourire
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5. Lychee Girl
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6. Quelle Heure Est Il ?
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7. Son Petit Sourire
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8. Precious Second
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3:06 $0.99
9. La Sieste
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10. Quand Tu Es Passée
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11. Tucson, Az
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Naim Amor is a Frenchman among the saguaros of Tucson. Since moving there with his wife Marianne Dissard in 1997, Amor has had a hand in numerous projects, including the Amor Belhom Duo and a collaboration with Giant Sand, as well as several instrumental and vocal albums as a solo artist. For Sanguine, his latest vocal album, he enlisted locals Calexico as his backing band-- with Joey Burns as producer-- to further cross-pollinate French pop with dusty Southwestern sounds. On the understated "Precious Second", Calexico's brushed snare and roomy bass create a sparse desert backdrop for Amor's hushed vocals and guitar pirouettes, so that the song floats pensively in the dry Franco-Arizonan air.


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