Sunday, October 28, 2007

? "Sons, lignes, couleurs, musique pour l'expression plastique" Arman Colin Editeur 1981

Sorry for my lack of post lately but i come back with something rare and rather unusual, i was lucky enough to find a second copy of it yesterday.
Here is an electronic analog synth 45rpm that was conceived for an educational purpose by a woman named Simone Fontanel-Brassart (the translation of the title is "Sounds lines colors, music for plastic expression"). This record gives 1981 as the date of recording but it could have been recorded 6 or 7 years earlier. No indication concerning who were the musicians involved but the musical conception is credited to the "Studio Ganaro". This studio which was located in Versailles near Paris, was the playground of Roger Roger, Nino Nardini and Eddie Warner. Nearly all the Creasound LPs and most of the IM ones were recorded there. So i'm not quite sure that one of the three names above is behind this recording but i'm sure you would agree with me when i say that it sounds a lot like some of their Library records.
Sounds, lines, colors, stains, circles...and some analog synth keyboards full of bleeps and blops.

Ps : In spite of all my efforts, there is saturation in some parts of the A side

See you soon !

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

Sons, lignes, couleurs