Sunday, July 01, 2007

Various Artists "Le boom boom ! vol.3, even more french exploitation beats from the sixties"

At last, here is the third volume of Le boom boom! i bet those who were waiting for it already know what to expect, so here is a short description of what is contained within this nearly 150 Mo folder.
30 instrumental or wordless vocal tracks, mostly from 1962/63 by the usual bunch of artists with americanized pseudonyms or not (James Award, Teddy Rush, Henri Renaud, L. Marischal...), there are also some newcomers like The Monks (who have nothing to do with the Garage Rock band of the same name but were lead by Jean Claude Pelletier) or the really good Rocky Twist and his Bips Bips.

Accent has been put on Madison and Twist for this third one, with some personal favorites of mine, like Leo Petit's frantic version of Kili-watch or the very jazzy Starting hit by Bill Video and quite a lot more in fact.
When i started this serie i wanted to make available to the whole world something that i knew would stay undocumented. These records are not rare (even if they are quite difficult to find in excellent shape) but i'm sure that to find them outside of France would be a challenge so, stuck between the Yeye and the anti Yeye movement, here is my final statement on the great lost sub Yeye genre.

Don't forget to drop me a line in the comment section if you enjoy it so that i will know that this hard work has not been done in vain.

01 James Award et son orchestre - Joe
02 Teddy Rush et son orchestre - Corona Madison
03 Bill Video et son orchestre - Starting hit
04 Charlie Level - Sonia Madison
05 Ensemble Jean Claudric - Une voile au large
06 Henri Renaud et son orchestre - Madison 24
07 Didier Boland et son orchestre - Duck step
08 The Monks - Je suis fou de toi
09 Orchestre L. Marischal - S'il n'en reste plus qu'un
10 Ensemble Roger Bourdin - Royalty Twist
11 Didier Boland et son orchestre - Looping Twist
12 Orchestre James Award - Dada Twist
13 James Award et son orchestre - Twist époque
14 Fred Adison's New Sound - The bootie green
15 Guy Lafitte - Twist, man! Twist!!
16 Rocky Twist and his Bips Bips - Twist Twist
17 L'Orchestre des Champs-Elysées - Twisty Twist
18 Roy Texon et ses Aristocrates - Texon for two
19 Orchestre L. Marischal - Blue Rock
20 Claude Bolling - Hully Gulliver
21 James Award et son orchestre - Panorama Twist
22 James Award et son orchestre - Atout Surf
23 Rocky Graziano et ses Punchers - Harlem 62
24 Roland Goyard et ses Démons Verts - Brigitte's Twist
25 Leo Petit ses Guitares et ses Rythmes - Kili watch
26 Orchestre J. C. Pelletier - Chicken Surf
27 Orchestre L. Marischal - Un deux trois
28 Claude Bolling Big Piano - The Madison time pt.1 & pt.2
29 Orchestre Guy Christian - Mad and mad
30 Orchestre James Award - Temporale


See you soon !


The zip files contains high resolution cover scans and tracks encoded at 256 kbps.

le boomboom! 3

55 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merci whoops,
je vais me régaler à découvrir quelques pépites dont je ne soupçonnais pas l'éxistence ;)
wesm

10:55 PM  
Blogger R. said...

Extending my gratitude while downloading. It's exciting to have another volume. Really lovely work you're doing!

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Genius work!! Much appreciated!

-wolfie

2:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Definitively, One Of the Greatest Posts That I Have Ever Seen ! Thanks for re-zipping ! Je me demande ou vous avez pu vous procurer ces compilations démentes...

8:59 PM  
Blogger whoops said...

je ne me les suis pas procurés, je les ai faites à partir de soixante douze 45 tours.

9:06 PM  
Blogger zencd said...

thanks

12:44 AM  
Anonymous Licorice Pizza said...

Whoops, Merci infiniment de ce volume 3. J'ai apprécié beaucoup 1 et 2. Votre temps et énergie n'est pas gaspillé. aison du grand plaisir il m'apporte. Le Français n'est pas ma langue mais aides de Babelfish.

Veuillez venir par la cuisine et dites salut. Vous serez très bienvenu là.

Pizza De Réglisse

2:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sacré Whoops, merci beaucoup!
Et l'art est de grande classe.
Je les ai fait à part aux valises (en folder)chaqu'un séparé enfin de les voir chaque numméro.

Onzichtbaredj

9:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love these French 60's Beats. Thanks ever for hard work posting. You're Great.

1:26 PM  
Anonymous The French Taunter who launches the cow said...

Absolutely superb!! I applaud your hard work. Hope to see volume 4 down the road.
Cheers to you!!

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Ulf Silling said...

Groovy, funky, hippie, yeah! Thank you very much for this this release. I'm looking forward to the coming volumes! :-D

11:44 AM  
Blogger leCurLing said...

encore une tres grande compilation bravo pour ton travail complet et de qualité, qui régale les oreilles et la vue.
@ bientôt

3:57 PM  
Blogger Billy K said...

Thank you very much. The first two volumes were extraordinary, and I'm sure vol. 3 will be as well.

11:02 PM  
Blogger whoops said...

Thanks to all of you for the comments, believe me, they are much appreciated. I don't think there will be a fourth le boomboom! volume. It's not that i run out of material but i'm concentrating on other samplers as well as full lps and singles.
Licorice Pizza, i accept the invitation.

2:18 AM  
Blogger delicado said...

Nice work whoops! One of your covers there was used on a record I have too: http://www.psychedelicado.com/blog/showrecord.php?record_id=451

Is it just me or is a nicely put together compilation much more satisfying than yet another possibly cool album?!

11:34 AM  
Blogger whoops said...

yes delicado, i know this Geo Daly record and to add some confusion, the EP you have was also released on the Gala Des Variétés label with a totally different cover (certainly to avoid confusion with the Jean-Claude Pelletier one).
It's true that sometimes, a nicely put together comp is cooler than a LP rip, unfortunately, this is not often the case since most of the samplers shared are lacking cover art or correct tags.

8:12 PM  
Blogger monone said...

Comme toujours, du super bon ! Ca va swinger sur la route des plages le mois prochain grace a toi ! :) C'est marrant il me semble avoir deja dis ça l'été dernier ....

Merci l'ami !!!!!!!!!

12:49 AM  
Blogger Donald said...

Comme d'habitude, que du bon. Des flèches, des cadors. En plus, je suis moi-même de 63, c'est dire si ce post me va droit au coeur !!!!

11:14 PM  
Blogger nahuel v. said...

hi!
canm you posy again "Bernard Gérard "Tempo, musique pour l'éducation psychomotrice"

i.m looking this album but is.t imposible to find!

thanks!!

3:22 AM  
Blogger skampus said...

this megaupload makes me mad!!
i want to hear your new work, whoops.
first two episodes are great and i have no doubt this could be also lovely.
please don't use megaupload. another one would be apreciated.
indeed, thank you again for these wonderful collections

12:20 AM  
Blogger number06 said...

Salut whoops,

Content de te voir a nouveau actif et de retour avec ce troisième volet boomboom! je vais devoir attendre d'être de retour à la maison ce soir pour me rincer les oreilles et les hanches!! En tout cas bravo pour ta démarche toujours aussi (HQ) qualitative, notion plutôt rare de nos jours... A+ :)

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Excellent work on an under-rated and overlooked genre! I've used all the great single cover art for the booklets in my three burned volumes. My friends are impressed with your compilations, and we groove to them while drinking (I print your credits and website on the back). One question: Is Pat Field a non-de-plum for James Award, or did I somehow manage to mislabel some of these tracks? James Award comes up in the credits for titles pictured by other artists. Just curious.
What a great series. Merci.
-Randy Z.

3:43 PM  
Blogger whoops said...

Hi anonymous, nice to hear that you and your friends enjoy my comps.
James award comes up in the credit only for the instrumental tracks on B sides on these 45rpm. The artists named on the covers are usually the singers who cover popular songs on A sides. Those cheap labels were only trying to cash in and were taking advantage of the fact that records by original artists were expensive for teenagers with nearly no money. It's great that they felt the need for instrumental fillers.
Yes, Pat Field is more or less an other James Award's pseudonym. Usually the Pat Field & Les Pumas de L'oklahoma tracks are the vocals ones but sometimes even the instrumental tracks are credited to them.


Avec un peu de retard, merci pour tes encouragements number06.

11:40 AM  
Blogger Snowbag said...

Thanks for another fantastic compilation! That's a lot of work that I, for one, really appreciate.

4:16 AM  
Blogger JerryHump2 said...

Great compilation. Obviously, you've spent a lot of time on this. I wish I would have found your blog early enough to get volumes 1 and 2. Is there any chance you will re-post them in the future? Thanks.

7:04 PM  
Blogger JerryHump2 said...

Sorry, Whoops. I did find the link for Volumes 1 and 2 that you re-upped earlier this year. I was able to download Volume 1, but so far, not Volume 2. Thank you.

7:11 PM  
Blogger Johnny Graveyard said...

yes man, yes! the three parts are the best on the best, good music remembers me to "Frolic Diner" and Las VEgas Grind volumes.
Thsnk for this gems

6:13 AM  
Anonymous Natasha said...

Super fantasic, génial ! Merci !

2:21 PM  
Blogger whoops said...

I don't know if my samplers stand the comparison with the "Frolic diner" and "Las Vegas grind" volumes Johnny Graveyard, but thanks anyway. If only someone in each country could do a similar serie of compilations, it would be great. Maybe we could even create something like the "Long lost cheap instrumental Twist/Hully-Gully/Madison/Surf records appreciation society" or something like that.

Natasha, if i was in Los Angeles i would bring along all my Leboomboom! 45rpm to your "Chez les yéyé" party.

JerryHump2, i will try to reupload the second volume next week.

7:32 PM  
Anonymous paul preboist said...

tu dors...

3:22 PM  
Anonymous urbanology said...

your blog is alway worth a look, keep diggin´, I added you also to my linklist

www.urbanology.wordpress.com

1:27 AM  
Blogger Kemo said...

AMAZING!

I love your compilations-they're the best.

Any chance of reposting Vol. 2? I missed it the first time around and the link seems to be dead.

Thanx, and I look forward to your next compilation!

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very happy to find, thanking you and people that makes the same, wonderful and rare music on the web! All my gratitude.
just... the Boom Boom Vol.2 isn't available anymore.. :((, can you resolve this?

Giulia

3:48 PM  
Anonymous name said...

cwEgPn

6:45 PM  
Anonymous name said...

UWWUIp actually, that's brilliant. Thank you. I'm going to pass that on to a couple of people.

8:56 PM  
Anonymous name said...

Magnific!

9:07 PM  
Anonymous name said...

Hello all!

9:37 PM  
Anonymous name said...

Please write anything else!

9:49 PM  
Blogger Music & Things ... said...

Great site,Great music!
Thanx

9:26 AM  
Blogger whoops said...

Link for le boomboom vol.2 has been fixed in the original post.

11:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You truly have done some serious work. I loved all of the Le Boom comps. Thanks for providing some great music that i have wanted to listen to for a long time but had no way of doing it,

Thanks

10:58 PM  
Blogger Owl said...

thanks mate :)
cheers!

4:26 PM  
Blogger Classicos Black por Dj Lu[wISHmASTER] said...

I like so much this compilations, i got it two albuns, my friends here in brazil so crazy about this music, by he way can you send me link to the vol.01, because that link was expired!.
Thanks so much

Luciano From BRazil
luflashback@hotamil.com

7:35 AM  
Anonymous DefChef said...

Wow....just surfed into your blog, and up to today, I thought I'd found the best mp3 music blogs on the web...and then I stumbled onto yours. Fantastic!!! Please do keep up the excellent, excellent work!

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

merci bien whoops

7:29 PM  
Blogger Beazley said...

Thank you, seems to be a LARGE, HUGE, quality file uploaded here. Really waiting to here.

5:23 AM  
Anonymous c. said...

3 times magnificent whoops!

if only a hard drive crash hadn't lost my vol. 1... any generous soul willing to re-upload?

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

bonjour et bravo!
comment puis-je avoir le n° 1 de ces trois compils?
jpcala@orange.fr

9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Whoops!

I'm new to this blog, and I must say that it has made me fall in love with library music! Especially because of your compilations "Le boom boom !"

I listen to vol. 2 and vol. 3 constantly, so there is of course a huge grief in my day-to-day living that the first volume is nowhere to be found.

Would you mind considering re-uploading vol. 1 of Le boom boom ? It wold make me a very happy library music-fan.

Best regards
-Tobias, Sweden

12:23 AM  
Blogger Evan said...

Dear Whoops,
My name is Evan Reed and I would like to tell you a big "thank you" for all the music you have posted... I am the host of a net-radio show called "The Purple Side Of Black" with groovy sounds from the 60s& the 70s and without your music it wouldn't be better...
Thanks again for your wonderfull blog!!!!!!

Respect,
Evan

ps: if you'd like you can hear the show every Wednesday on www.intersonik.net at 20:00 (London time)

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very shorts, simple and easy to understand, bet some more comments from your side would be great

8:02 AM  
Blogger anomia said...

definitely need a re-post of vol. 1

Is there no chance someone can do this!?!?! PLEASE

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Levitra kaufen said...

I loved those movies. Used to watch them in my teen years all the time.

10:59 AM  
Anonymous sexshoptienda.blogspot.com said...

Pretty worthwhile data, lots of thanks for your post.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Hooked On Stereophonics said...

To all of you who are looking for reposts of the Le boom boom! compilations, these aren't the original ZIPs, but the content should be correct: shared folder (click)

8:09 AM  

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