Welcome to the third part of the TELE MUSIC saga, the label founded by Roger Tokarz. He deeply marked the era with his audacity and his vision of music on film. This irresistible new selection tells the story from 1968 to 1985 of a prolific label that sometimes produced ten albums a year, and which delighted many French and foreign film directors who, to 'flavour' their films, drew on this sumptuous catalogue.
In this volume 3 TELE MUSIC, we have highlighted legendary artists who have left an indelible mark on the history of the music bookshop and on the history of music in general:
• Janko Nilovic (also known as Yanko Nilovic, Anady Loore, E. Orti or Alan Blackwell),
• Jean-Jacques Debout with his irresistible “Mitsuko” released in 1967 and re-released in 1969 on “Music Bazaar”, • Bernard Lubat, the impressive percussionist, vibraphonist, multi-instrumentalist and very good “scator” (Bernard played in the Doubles Six with Quincy Jones and Eddy Louiss),
• Gabriel Yared, the man with a hundred film scores. Arranger and composer for Johnny Hallyday and Charles Aznavour, among others!
• Hervé Roy conductor and writer for Nancy Holloway,
• George Chatelain, pianist, guitarist, clarinettist, founder of the famous studio “CBE” created in 1966 with his sister Janine Bisson and his high school friend Bernard Estardy.
All these composers were renowned for their acute sense of composition, arrangement, conducting and inter- pretation, and in their own way left their mark on many sound recordings of musical illustration "made in France!
CBE, the Chatelain, Bisson and Estardy studio is located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Still in operation and run by Julie Estardy, it has been receiving major artists for over half a century. It is a place of reference. At the time: Johnny Hallyday, Claude François, Sheila, Carlos, Françoise Hardy, Nino Ferrer recorded their hits there. Now it's the turn of Sebastien Tellier, Bertrand Burgalat, Keziah Jones, Tony Allen, Jeff Miles to name but a few. CBE and its giant Bernard Estardy put TELE MUSIC in the best conditions to produce an atypical and powerful sound.
Bernard Estardy had a custom- built mixing console built by his German friend Gunther Loof, offering the perfect tool for recording 4 and then 32-track Arp 2000, Moog, Korg, Prophet synthesizers and all acoustic instruments. The field of experi- mentation was limitless.
Until now, the titles of this collection were only available in vinyl format, via rare and expensive prints that collectors sell for a high price on dedicated websites. This volume 3 gives you access to the "crème de la crème" of the legendary repertoire made in France!
A1. Raymond Guiot - District Machine
A2. Gabriel Yared - Vocal in Love
A3. Slim Pezin - Mam's Song
A4. Pierre-Alain Dahan - Rythmique n°3
A5. Georges Chatelain - Piège nocturne
A6. Bernard Lubat - Rocket 2
A7. Janko Nilovic - Pop Percussions
B1. Raymond Guiot - Bass Duettino
B2. Guy Pedersen - Les copains de la basse
B3. Marc Chantereau & Pierre-Alain Dahan - Synthétiseur & Company
B4. Bernard Estardy - Phasing Round
B5. Pierre-Alain Dahan & Mat Camison - Mister Mistery
B6. Raymond Guiot - Oriental Vibrato
C1. Pierre-Alain Dahan & Mat Camison - West Coast Drive
C2. Jean-Jacques Debout - Mitsuko
C3. Hervé Roy - Percussionissimo
C4. Luis Conti & François Langel - Midnight Rendez-vous
C5. Pierre-Alain Dahan & Mat Camison - Rythmique n°8
C6. Michel Gonet - Suspense Time
C7. Sauveur Mallia - Meteor One
D1. Bernard Estardy - Gang Train
D2. Pierre-Alain Dahan - Rythmiques n°2
D3. Bernard Estardy - Vertigo Leitmotiv
D4. Georges Chatelain & Hervé Roy - Voix d'eau
D5. Luis Conti & François Langel - Sierra Sunrise
D6. Jean-Jacques Debout - Bossa a Gogo