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Hector Zazou - Sahara Blue (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Sep 23,  · The French musician Hector Zazou, Les Nouvelles Poly-phonies Corses () featured Corsican male choirs, and Sahara Blue () was a .
  2. Hector Zazou. Featuring Barbara Gogan. Album Sahara Blue. Lines Lyrics. When the world comes down to this one dark wood Before our four astonished eyes To a beach for two faithful children.
  3. Sahara Blue is a concept album produced by Hector Zazou. The album commemorated the th year of the death of French poet Arthur Rimbaud and included collaborative musical works by John Cale, Khaled, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Tim Simenon, and David Sylvian.. Track listing "I'll Strangle You" (Lyrics: Rimbaud, Music: Anneli Drecker, Bill Laswell, Hector Zazou, spoken word: Gérard Depardieu.
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  5. Beyond this Sahara Blue is a tremendous album and features contributions from Ryuichi Sakamoto, John Cale, Sussan Deihim, Gerard Depardieu (yes, the actor), Bill Laswell, and many many other talented folks. A great album from Hector Zazou, an equal /5(9).
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  7. Sahara Blue (Brussels) Effects [Special] – Lightwave Guitar [Guitars] – Kent Condon Keyboards – Hector Zazou Music By – Gogan*, Zazou*, Condon* Percussion – Steve Shehan Vocals – Barbara Gogan Vocals [Walkie-talkies] – Mr. X (7), Yuka Fujii Written By – Gogan-Condon-Zazou /5(38).
  8. If you can find it, I would also recommend Hector Zazou's Sahara Blue-out of vensiliselogerfikilolantcartmo.xyzinfo surreal, musical and verbal treatment of the poetry of Arthur Rimbaud. Hector Zazou's interpretation of Rimbaud with a variety of different artists lending their talents, including Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance and renowned composer, Ryuichi Sakamoto as /5(13).