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First album for this accordionist, a native of Rodez, whose path is lined with pretty meetings; Claude Nougaro, which will give him the chance to participate in his latest album The Blue Note, Art Mengo, André Minvielle, the Orchestre National de Jazz, Sanseverino also will use its services. It also counts the number of collaborations, Yael Naim, Bernard Lavillier, Bumcello, Sixun, Charles Aznavour and even Jean Rochefort. This is a trio with Kevin Seddiki on guitar and Zarb and Pierre-François Dufour, cello and drums Lionel Suarez saves the first game Cocanha! to recall the myth of plenty, popular utopia, the collective dream like party, the vigil, the game that makes you forget the real world. A beautiful start!
Passion is in actuality Peter Gabriel's soundtrack to the Martin Scorsese film The Last Temptation of Christ, retitled as a result of legal barriers; regardless of its name, however, there's no mistaking the record's stirring power. Like much of Gabriel's solo work, the album is a product of his continuing fascination with world music, which he employs here to create an exceptionally beautiful and atmospheric tapestry of sound perfectly evocative of the film's resonant spiritual drama; inspired by field recordings collected in areas as diverse as Turkey, Senegal, and Egypt, Passion achieves a cumulative effect clearly Middle Eastern in origin, yet its brilliant fusion of ancient and modern musics ultimately transcends both geography and time. Remarkably dramatic, even visual, it is not only Gabriel's best film work but deserving of serious consideration as his finest music of any kind; equally worthwhile is Passion – Sources, which assembles the original native recordings which served as his creative launching pad.
""Rather than make a traditional covers record, I thought it would be much more fun to create a new type of project in which artists communicated with each other and swapped a song for a song, i.e. you do one of mine and I'll do one of yours, hence the title - Scratch My Back - And I'll Scratch Yours." Peter Gabriel