Have you ever imagined what a meeting between the Silver Apples and Sonny Sharrock would sound like?
In 1974, Jean-Jacques Birgé, one of the first French synthesizer players (ARP 2600) along with Francis Gorgé, virtuoso guitarist, created some unique improvised pop music. These unreleased and flamboyant recordings would be the source for the cult 1975 « Défense de » album by Birgé, Gorgé, Shiroc before founding ‘Un Drame Musical Instantané’ with Bernard Vitet.
A1 / BOLET MEUBLE 14’33
A2 / CXLII 8’26
B1 / UN COUP DE GROUTCHMEU 5’46
B2 / LA CORDE LISSE 17’27
700 Black & White Vinyl
350 gr. Sleeve – Reverse Printing-
Insert with photos + liner notes by Jean-Jacques Birgé & Francis Gorgé
©2016 SouffleContinu Records