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1 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - FIRE - (7") 
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Instrumental in the late 70s New York underground yet of Parisian origin, Mercier Descloux, with partner Michel Esteban, established the magazine Rock News and ran in the same circles as Patti Smith and Richard Hell. Lizzy became a genre defying artist and pioneer of worldbeat and avant garde rock, and supreme minimalist of the no wave genre in her own right. A glimpse of what's in store for this upcoming archival series, this 7" presents two key tracks from the Mercier Descloux catalog: the epitomic, 1979 disco-punk classic "Fire" backed with a rare session featuring Lizzy and "Godmother of Punk" Patti Smith reciting a bilingual version of Arthur Rimbaud's poem, "Matine d'ivresse/Morning High," set to music by experimental contemporary Bill Laswell.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Fire 02. Morning High (duet With Patti Smith)


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 29-11-2014
Référence : 468683     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 6,25 EUR


2 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - MAMBO NASSAU - (CD) 
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After 1979s Press Color - reissued by Light In The Attic - Lizzy Mercier Descloux went tropical. Mambo Nassau, released in 1981 on Philips Records, saw the vagabond Parisian poet, artist and musician decamp from New York to the Bahamas with her manager and sometime lover, Michel Esteban.The effect on her music was not as expected. Press Color had been an album of dissonant, distorted disco influenced by the New York no wave scene, but Chris Blackwells Compass Point Studios provided a hermetically sealed environment into which the islands relaxed atmosphere did not seep. Instead, music from within those four walls - made by Tom Tom Club and Grace Jones - had the effect of a feedback loop. The album, meanwhile, reflected the growing confidence of Descloux as a musician, an increasing interest in African music and the input of two new collaborators: synthesizer innovator Wally Badarou and Jamaican engineer Steve Stanley, the albums de facto producer.Mambo Nassaus skip through styles is like a tour of Lizzys musical DNA, embracing not just mutant funk, disco and punk but a pastiche of Bavarian oompa music ("Milk Sheik") and even cocktail jazz chanson ("Les Baisers DAmants"), a duet with DJ Philippe Krootchey.Mambo Nassau did speak to the mavericks enamored of Lizzys free spirit but it did not sell well. "We never were commercial," notes Esteban. The album is presented now with bonus tracks including "Mister Soweto", "Corpo Molli Pau Duro" and a cover of Bob Marleys "Sun Is Shining", all of which were intended to help score a record deal that would allow her to record in Soweto, South Africa. It worked. With the follow-up, Zulu Rock, on the horizon, Desclouxs African adventure was only just beginning.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Lady O K'pele 02. Room Mate 03. Sports Spootnicks 04. Payola 05. Milk Sheik 06. Funky Stuff 07. Slipped Disc 08. It's You Sort Of 09. Bim Bam Boum 10. Five Troubles Mambo 11. Les Baisers D'amants 12. Maita 13. Mister Soweto 14. Sun Is Shining 15. Corpo Molli Pau Duro 16. Don't You Try To Stop Me


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 19-02-2016
Référence : 485298     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR


3 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - MAMBO NASSAU - (LP) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


After 1979s Press Color - reissued by Light In The Attic - Lizzy Mercier Descloux went tropical. Mambo Nassau, released in 1981 on Philips Records, saw the vagabond Parisian poet, artist and musician decamp from New York to the Bahamas with her manager and sometime lover, Michel Esteban.The effect on her music was not as expected. Press Color had been an album of dissonant, distorted disco influenced by the New York no wave scene, but Chris Blackwells Compass Point Studios provided a hermetically sealed environment into which the islands relaxed atmosphere did not seep. Instead, music from within those four walls - made by Tom Tom Club and Grace Jones - had the effect of a feedback loop. The album, meanwhile, reflected the growing confidence of Descloux as a musician, an increasing interest in African music and the input of two new collaborators: synthesizer innovator Wally Badarou and Jamaican engineer Steve Stanley, the albums de facto producer.Mambo Nassaus skip through styles is like a tour of Lizzys musical DNA, embracing not just mutant funk, disco and punk but a pastiche of Bavarian oompa music ("Milk Sheik") and even cocktail jazz chanson ("Les Baisers DAmants"), a duet with DJ Philippe Krootchey.Mambo Nassau did speak to the mavericks enamored of Lizzys free spirit but it did not sell well. "We never were commercial," notes Esteban. The album is presented now with bonus tracks including "Mister Soweto", "Corpo Molli Pau Duro" and a cover of Bob Marleys "Sun Is Shining", all of which were intended to help score a record deal that would allow her to record in Soweto, South Africa. It worked. With the follow-up, Zulu Rock, on the horizon, Desclouxs African adventure was only just beginning.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Lady O K'pele 02. Room Mate 03. Sports Spootnicks 04. Payola 05. Milk Sheik 06. Funky Stuff 07. Slipped Disc 08. It's You Sort Of 09. Bim Bam Boum 10. Five Troubles Mambo 11. Les Baisers D'amants 12. Maita 13. Mister Soweto 14. Sun Is Shining 15. Corpo Molli Pau Duro 16. Don't You Try To Stop Me


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 19-02-2016
Référence : 485299     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,00 EUR


4 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - ONE FOR THE SOUL - (CD) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


By the time poet, singer-songwriter, and artist Lizzy Mercier Descloux recorded 1984s Zulu Rock, shed marked herself out as both a globe trotter with more passport stamps than Tintin and a musical innovator whose loose, arty spirit could be applied to styles as varied as no wave, Bavarian oompa and Soweto jive. Shed also established a tight-knit threesome with muse/former lover Michel Esteban and producer/on-off lover Adam Kidron, who all reunited to follow Zulu Rock - a surprise hit in her native France - with something that, once again, represented a complete about-turn.The location, this time, was Rio De Janeiro, a suitably exotic location to follow their sojourn in Soweto given that Brazil had recently emerged from twenty years of dictatorship. But unlike Zulu Rocks broad appropriation of the local sound, One For The Soul borrows very liberally from Brazilian culture. The aim, says Kidron, was to "reimagine the blues", but Lizzys musical essence was in flux. "A Word Is A Wah" meshes reggae with her beloved accordion, "Women Dont Like Me" is wild, new wave pop, and she even wanders into soul territory, with whispery lounge versions of Al Greens "Simply Beautiful". Most notable is the albums foray into jazz, and the fact that Chet Baker, the master jazz trumpeter, blew his last on "Fog Horn Blues" and the sensuous "Off Off Pleasure".Rio was to be the last great hurrah of Lizzy and Michels global recording adventures, and although work proceeded apace, the experience was often quite tense. "The sessions were tough work," says Kidron, in the new liner notes by Vivien Goldman accompanying this deluxe reissue. "Lizzy never quite got singing, no matter how much she drank, and no matter how hard she tried. Chet was very much at the drug-ravaged end of his life and had very little stamina or dexterity left. but there is a deep, sad, lyrical tone to his performances on the album."So fraught were the sessions, its a miracle that such a cohesive, sparky record emerged. The record-buying public did not agree, and as the album crashed and burned, so did the relationship between its three heroes. Lizzy was, for the first time, about to take on the world alone - and there was but one album left in her.

TRACKLISTING: 01. One For The Soul 02. Simply Beautiful 03. Fog Horn Blue 04. Women Don't Like Me 05. My Funny Valentine 06. Sound Of Leblon Beach_garden Of Alas 07. God Spell Me Wrong 08. Off Off Pleasure 09. Long Voodoo Ago 10. Queen Of Overdub Kisses 11. A Word Is A Whah 12. Scala Saga Samba 13. Love Streams 14. Let's Get It On 15. Bravado


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 26-02-2016
Référence : 485302     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 18,00 EUR


5 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - ONE FOR THE SOUL - (LP) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


By the time poet, singer-songwriter, and artist Lizzy Mercier Descloux recorded 1984s Zulu Rock, shed marked herself out as both a globe trotter with more passport stamps than Tintin and a musical innovator whose loose, arty spirit could be applied to styles as varied as no wave, Bavarian oompa and Soweto jive. Shed also established a tight-knit threesome with muse/former lover Michel Esteban and producer/on-off lover Adam Kidron, who all reunited to follow Zulu Rock - a surprise hit in her native France - with something that, once again, represented a complete about-turn.The location, this time, was Rio De Janeiro, a suitably exotic location to follow their sojourn in Soweto given that Brazil had recently emerged from twenty years of dictatorship. But unlike Zulu Rocks broad appropriation of the local sound, One For The Soul borrows very liberally from Brazilian culture. The aim, says Kidron, was to "reimagine the blues", but Lizzys musical essence was in flux. "A Word Is A Wah" meshes reggae with her beloved accordion, "Women Dont Like Me" is wild, new wave pop, and she even wanders into soul territory, with whispery lounge versions of Al Greens "Simply Beautiful". Most notable is the albums foray into jazz, and the fact that Chet Baker, the master jazz trumpeter, blew his last on "Fog Horn Blues" and the sensuous "Off Off Pleasure".Rio was to be the last great hurrah of Lizzy and Michels global recording adventures, and although work proceeded apace, the experience was often quite tense. "The sessions were tough work," says Kidron, in the new liner notes by Vivien Goldman accompanying this deluxe reissue. "Lizzy never quite got singing, no matter how much she drank, and no matter how hard she tried. Chet was very much at the drug-ravaged end of his life and had very little stamina or dexterity left. but there is a deep, sad, lyrical tone to his performances on the album."So fraught were the sessions, its a miracle that such a cohesive, sparky record emerged. The record-buying public did not agree, and as the album crashed and burned, so did the relationship between its three heroes. Lizzy was, for the first time, about to take on the world alone - and there was but one album left in her.

TRACKLISTING: 01. One For The Soul 02. Simply Beautiful 03. Fog Horn Blue 04. Women Don't Like Me 05. My Funny Valentine 06. Sound Of Leblon Beach_garden Of Alas 07. God Spell Me Wrong 08. Off Off Pleasure 09. Long Voodoo Ago 10. Queen Of Overdub Kisses 11. A Word Is A Whah 12. Scala Saga Samba 13. Love Streams 14. Let's Get It On 15. Bravado


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 26-02-2016
Référence : 485303     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,00 EUR


6 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - PRESS COLOR - (CD) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


Lizzy Mercier Descloux may have come of age in Paris, but its in New Yorks Lower East Side that she really came alive. Great overvieuw of her work here. The French punk pioneer, a friend of Patti Smith and Richard Hell, moved to New York in 1977 and soon immersed herself in avant-garde poetry, performance art, and punk music. Closely associated with the founders of ZE Records (home to Was (Not Was) and Kid Creole & The Coconuts), Descloux released her debut album, Press Color, in 1979, revealing a punk-funk sound that positioned her as the French answer to the UK group The Slits or New Yorks own ESG.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Fire 02. Torso Corso 03. Mission Impossible 04. No Golden Throat 05. Jim On The Move 06. Wawa 07. Tumor 08. Aya Mood 09. Mission Impossible 2.0 10. Rosa Vertov 11. Decrypted 12. Herpes Simplex 13. Larousse Baron Bic 14. Tso Xin Yu Yin 15. Nina Con Un Tercer Ojo 16. Birdy Num-num 17. Hard-boiled Babe 18. Morning High


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-09-2015
Référence : 478500     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR


7 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - PRESS COLOR - (LP) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


Lizzy Mercier Descloux may have come of age in Paris, but its in New Yorks Lower East Side that she really came alive. Great overvieuw of her work here. The French punk pioneer, a friend of Patti Smith and Richard Hell, moved to New York in 1977 and soon immersed herself in avant-garde poetry, performance art, and punk music. Closely associated with the founders of ZE Records (home to Was (Not Was) and Kid Creole & The Coconuts), Descloux released her debut album, Press Color, in 1979, revealing a punk-funk sound that positioned her as the French answer to the UK group The Slits or New Yorks own ESG.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Fire 02. Torso Corso 03. Mission Impossible 04. No Golden Throat 05. Jim On The Move 06. Wawa 07. Tumor 08. Aya Mood 09. Mission Impossible 2.0 10. Rosa Vertov 11. Decrypted 12. Herpes Simplex 13. Larousse Baron Bic 14. Tso Xin Yu Yin 15. Nina Con Un Tercer Ojo 16. Birdy Num-num 17. Hard-boiled Babe 18. Morning High


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 15-09-2015
Référence : 478501     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 30,00 EUR


8 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - SUSPENCE - (CD) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


By the time bohemian singer/poet/artist Lizzy Mercier Descloux recorded her fifth album, 1988s Suspense, shed enjoyed a recording career that was as far from the clichs of music lore as is possible, flitting between genres, continents and collaborators, enjoying great success and equally great failure and even stealing the final breaths of master trumpeter Chet Baker for 1986s One For The Soul. When she came to make Suspense - reissued here as the final album in this series - she was, for the first time, working without her longtime muse, partner and manager Michel Esteban, with whom shed first moved from their native France to New York, where it all began.The pressure was on to repeat the success of "Mais Où Sont Passes Les Gazelles", a smash hit in France, and Desclouxs label were keen to make a conventional artist of her, pairing her with John Brand, an in-vogue producer with a style geared to a big, shiny 1980s chart sound-an approach Lizzy had never experienced before, nor intended to. Recorded in Oxfordshire and Wales, it features songs recorded in both French and English, with lyrics by Mark Cunningham, the trumpet player of the avant-garde band Mars, and James Reyne, the Australian artist who co-wrote much of One For The Soul.In Vivien Goldmans new liner notes, Esteban notes that Suspense sounds "less Lizzy than the other records, less open," but in splitting herself into two - English and Francophone - the album has two personalities too; oddly, it shines a light on the real Descloux that her cultural experiments never did.Though the initial aim was to make a folky, acoustic album, the pop sound suited the singer, and "A Room In New York" is as fine and sparky as AOR gets. But when early single "Gueule DAmour/Cry of Love" stiffed, EMI lost confidence and buried the LP. Bound by her contract to the label, Descloux moved away from music and focused on painting. She eventually settled in Corsica, the French island, where she died, aged 48, of cancer. Desclouxs musical career ended, therefore, with the aptly titled Suspense. It was only a matter of time before this furiously creative artists work was re-evaluated, and with these deluxe reissues, that time is now.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gueule D'amour 02. Cape Desire 03. Salom 04. Vroom, C'est La Voie Lace 05. The Long Goodbye 06. 2 Femmes A La Mer 07. L'heure Bleue 08. Once Upon A Time Out 09. Echec Et Mat 10. A Room In New York 11. Gypsy Flame (english Version) 12. Lucky Strike Drive (english Version) 13. Playtime (english Version) 14. Hurricane (english Version) 15. Calypso Moguls (7 Inch Version) 16. Calypso Moguls (tender Dub)


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 26-02-2016
Référence : 485304     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 18,00 EUR


9 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - SUSPENCE - (LP) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


By the time bohemian singer/poet/artist Lizzy Mercier Descloux recorded her fifth album, 1988s Suspense, shed enjoyed a recording career that was as far from the clichs of music lore as is possible, flitting between genres, continents and collaborators, enjoying great success and equally great failure and even stealing the final breaths of master trumpeter Chet Baker for 1986s One For The Soul. When she came to make Suspense - reissued here as the final album in this series - she was, for the first time, working without her longtime muse, partner and manager Michel Esteban, with whom shed first moved from their native France to New York, where it all began.The pressure was on to repeat the success of "Mais Où Sont Passes Les Gazelles", a smash hit in France, and Desclouxs label were keen to make a conventional artist of her, pairing her with John Brand, an in-vogue producer with a style geared to a big, shiny 1980s chart sound-an approach Lizzy had never experienced before, nor intended to. Recorded in Oxfordshire and Wales, it features songs recorded in both French and English, with lyrics by Mark Cunningham, the trumpet player of the avant-garde band Mars, and James Reyne, the Australian artist who co-wrote much of One For The Soul.In Vivien Goldmans new liner notes, Esteban notes that Suspense sounds "less Lizzy than the other records, less open," but in splitting herself into two - English and Francophone - the album has two personalities too; oddly, it shines a light on the real Descloux that her cultural experiments never did.Though the initial aim was to make a folky, acoustic album, the pop sound suited the singer, and "A Room In New York" is as fine and sparky as AOR gets. But when early single "Gueule DAmour/Cry of Love" stiffed, EMI lost confidence and buried the LP. Bound by her contract to the label, Descloux moved away from music and focused on painting. She eventually settled in Corsica, the French island, where she died, aged 48, of cancer. Desclouxs musical career ended, therefore, with the aptly titled Suspense. It was only a matter of time before this furiously creative artists work was re-evaluated, and with these deluxe reissues, that time is now.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Gueule D'amour 02. Cape Desire 03. Salom 04. Vroom, C'est La Voie Lace 05. The Long Goodbye 06. 2 Femmes A La Mer 07. L'heure Bleue 08. Once Upon A Time Out 09. Echec Et Mat 10. A Room In New York 11. Gypsy Flame (english Version) 12. Lucky Strike Drive (english Version) 13. Playtime (english Version) 14. Hurricane (english Version) 15. Calypso Moguls (7 Inch Version) 16. Calypso Moguls (tender Dub)


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 26-02-2016
Référence : 485305     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,00 EUR


10 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - ZULU ROCK - (CD) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


In the course of three albums, Lizzy Mercier Descloux, the rogue poet, artist, and singer-songwriter, travelled on a musical voyage from Manhattan (1979 debut Press Color) to The Bahamas (1981 follow-up Mambo Nassau) and apartheid South Africa (1984's Zulu Rock) - a controversial cultural boycott in protest of the nation's racially divided society.One place Descloux had never visited was the pop charts, but that changed when "Mais Où Sont Passes Les Gazelles? (Where Have The Gazelles Gone?)" - a reworking of a South African Shangaan disco hit - went all the way to the top spot in her native France, giving her a platform and a profile in the land she'd fled many years before. Recorded at Satbel Studios in Johannesburg, the album followed what her mentor Michel Esteban describes as "an extraordinary adventure" through eastern Africa following the footsteps of 19th century poet Rimbaud through Sudan, Ethiopia, the East Coast. A socially conscious person, Descloux wanted to use her music to draw some attention to the situation in South Africa, even obliquely, but there were musical motivations too - she was tapping into a hot and little-heard dance music in the aforementioned Shangaan disco, Soweto jive and mbaqanga, the style Malcolm McLaren had mined for his mash-up hit "Duck Rock" a year before.The music of South Africa seduced, subsumed, and molded Lizzy, who sounds surer and more swinging than ever before throughout Zulu Rock, but credit must also go to British producer Adam Kidron, then best known for his work with Scritti Politti, who joined Esteban and Descloux for the entire African journey. Lizzy and Adams was a battle of wills from the start, but his insistence on getting Lizzy to sing in a more conventional, tuneful way resulted in an emotional, ambitious, creative power struggle that delivered arguably her best vocals yet.In Vivien Goldman's new liner notes for this reissue, Kidron says: "My first impression of Lizzy was that she couldnt sing but that she had that crazy Madonna, Neneh Cherry, Nina Hagen attitude thing going on and a magical way with words - a marketers gift for getting to the essence of a feeling or idea." And for once, on this album, the marketing did itself.

TRACKLISTING: 01. It's All My Imagination 02. Abyssinia 03. Mais Ou Sont Passees Les Gazelles? 04. Dolby Sisters Saliva Brothers 05. L'eclipse 06. Les Dents De L'amour 07. Wakwazulu Kwzizulu Rock 08. Momo On My Mind 09. I'm Liquor 10. Queen Of Overdub Kisses 11. Sun Jive 12. All The Same 13. Penelope (french Version) 14. Confidente De La Nuit (french Version) 15. Cri (french Version) 16. Tous Pareils (french Version) 17. Wakwazulu Kwzizulu Rock (french Version)


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 19-02-2016
Référence : 485300     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR


11 - MERCIER DESCLOUX, LIZZY - ZULU ROCK - (LP) 
LIGHT I/T ATTIC


In the course of three albums, Lizzy Mercier Descloux, the rogue poet, artist, and singer-songwriter, travelled on a musical voyage from Manhattan (1979 debut Press Color) to The Bahamas (1981 follow-up Mambo Nassau) and apartheid South Africa (1984's Zulu Rock) - a controversial cultural boycott in protest of the nation's racially divided society.One place Descloux had never visited was the pop charts, but that changed when "Mais Où Sont Passes Les Gazelles? (Where Have The Gazelles Gone?)" - a reworking of a South African Shangaan disco hit - went all the way to the top spot in her native France, giving her a platform and a profile in the land she'd fled many years before. Recorded at Satbel Studios in Johannesburg, the album followed what her mentor Michel Esteban describes as "an extraordinary adventure" through eastern Africa following the footsteps of 19th century poet Rimbaud through Sudan, Ethiopia, the East Coast. A socially conscious person, Descloux wanted to use her music to draw some attention to the situation in South Africa, even obliquely, but there were musical motivations too - she was tapping into a hot and little-heard dance music in the aforementioned Shangaan disco, Soweto jive and mbaqanga, the style Malcolm McLaren had mined for his mash-up hit "Duck Rock" a year before.The music of South Africa seduced, subsumed, and molded Lizzy, who sounds surer and more swinging than ever before throughout Zulu Rock, but credit must also go to British producer Adam Kidron, then best known for his work with Scritti Politti, who joined Esteban and Descloux for the entire African journey. Lizzy and Adams was a battle of wills from the start, but his insistence on getting Lizzy to sing in a more conventional, tuneful way resulted in an emotional, ambitious, creative power struggle that delivered arguably her best vocals yet.In Vivien Goldman's new liner notes for this reissue, Kidron says: "My first impression of Lizzy was that she couldnt sing but that she had that crazy Madonna, Neneh Cherry, Nina Hagen attitude thing going on and a magical way with words - a marketers gift for getting to the essence of a feeling or idea." And for once, on this album, the marketing did itself.

TRACKLISTING: 01. It's All My Imagination 02. Abyssinia 03. Mais Ou Sont Passees Les Gazelles? 04. Dolby Sisters Saliva Brothers 05. L'eclipse 06. Les Dents De L'amour 07. Wakwazulu Kwzizulu Rock 08. Momo On My Mind 09. I'm Liquor 10. Queen Of Overdub Kisses 11. Sun Jive 12. All The Same 13. Penelope (french Version) 14. Confidente De La Nuit (french Version) 15. Cri (french Version) 16. Tous Pareils (french Version) 17. Wakwazulu Kwzizulu Rock (french Version)


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 19-02-2016
Référence : 485301     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,00 EUR



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