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John Cravache - Cites Nomades
John Cravache
Cites Nomades
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Versatile)
17,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mystery, poetry, a play of masks: artistic creation according to John Cravache. His collaboration with Versatile dates back to the beginning of the millennium. A childhood friend of I:Cube, he is 44 years old, lives in a Paris suburb, and is not a professional artist. Getting involved in writing, he has been boasting his artistic and economic independence and his crafty attitude outside of the industrial system. He gave himself time to invent a personal world, wild and funny, which eventually gave birth to the album "Cités Nomades". Even though his influences are quite varied and avant-garde (Magma, Captain Beefheart, Tom Waits), they did not really affect this unclassifiable project. Poetry and mystery come before all, because John Cravache is appearing masked.John Cravache and Nicolas Chaix (I:Cube) have recorded radio creations since the early 90s, in particular for Chimère FM in Paris, as well as numerous long improvised music sessions. At the approach of the millennium, they embarked on the creation of an album that was not completed until sixteen (!) years later. John is a poet, accomplished pianist, and registered truck driver and Nicolas, a self-taught musician, have both made the realisation of "Cités nomades" possible.This is not an ironic pop album, this album is simply all you want.Listening will do you much good.
John Cravache - Paris Roswell / Les Elastomeres
John Cravache
Paris Roswell / Les Elastomeres
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Versatile)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Supported by Flemming Dalum, Tim Sweeney, Joakim, Chimère FM, France Culture, Françoise Pigeot..Monster Fritalo tune featuring John Cravache on vocals and piano, produced by partner in crime I:Cube.Same version as on the " CITES NOMADES " LP, but now ready to be played out loud in the discothèques and fun fairs.B/Les élastomères :------------------------"je-m'en-bas-les-couilles disco" at its best.This was recorded live in 2007 as a spontaneous funky nonsense jam.Totally playable in a club context.Please do not ask for an instrumental version, it would take the fun out of everything.
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