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Dimitri From Paris - Sacrebleu album flac

  • Performer: Dimitri From Paris
  • Title: Sacrebleu
  • Size FLAC ver: 1390 mb
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 1996
  • Style: House, Downtempo, Easy Listening
  • Other formats: VOX AU MMF ADX WAV AC3 WMA
  • Genre: Electronic / Jazz
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
Dimitri From Paris - Sacrebleu album flac

The is the full ablum vinly rip of Sacrebleu by Dimitri From Paris.

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Sacrebleu is the debut studio album by French electronic music producer Dimitri from Paris. It was first released on 11 June 1996 by Yellow Productions in France and later released by Atlantic Records in North America and EastWest Records in Europe and Japan. Several of the album's tracks sample from lounge and bossa nova tracks of the 1950s and 1960s, as well as quotes from films such as Breakfast at Tiffany's, La Dolce Vita, 8½ and The Party.

Dimitri From Paris - Sacrebleu (Full Album Vinyl) 63:56. Dimitri from Paris - Une Stylish girl 3:19. Dimitri From Paris - Sacré Français! (1997) HQ 3:24. Dimitri from Paris - Love Love Mode long version 7:06. Dimitri From Paris - Un Terlude 2:26. Dimitri from Paris - Reveries 3:40. Dimitri From Paris - Back In The Daze 8:04.

For the album by Dimitri from Paris, see Sacrebleu (album). Sacrebleu is a French profanity meant as a cry of surprise or happiness. It is a minced oath form of the profane "sacré dieu" translating to "holy God". The holy God exclamation being profane is related to the third commandment: Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. SACREBLEU : Etymologie de SACREBLEU. 1. 1552 Sacre Dieu (Rabelais, Quart Livre, chap.

Dimitri from Paris chronology. A Night at the Playboy Mansion (2000)A Night at the Playboy Mansion2000. The more prevalent cover used in the North American release.

Audio CD, Import, August 8, 2000. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. 1996 release, an album of neo-lounge music by French record-ing artist Dimitri with cover art that spoofs RCA's LivingStereo series. Includes the singles 'Sacre Francais'and 'Dirty Larry'.

Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu Vinyl House 1996 Full Album Stylish Girl Breakfast at Tiffany's. Nothing To Lose (Lounge Instrumentale) Flugelhorn – Frédéric Poulet Piano – Roger Poulet 4:40 19A Epilogue 9:20 19B Souvenirs De Paris. Le génocide cachée Algériens de 1830 a 1962. 2 years ago +4. mercie a toi love paris.

2. Sacré Français Lyrics. Writers Dimitri From Paris. More Dimitri From Paris albums.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Prologue 0:37
2 Sacré Français 4:54
3 Monsieur Dimitri Joue Du Stylophone 1:02
4 Nothing To Lose
Flugelhorn – Frédéric PouletPiano [Grand Piano] – Roger PouletVocals – Mademoiselle Atlantique*
4:58
5 Un Termède 0:45
6 Rêveries (Edit) 3:42
7 Attente Musicale 1:07
8 Dirty Larry (Edit)
Synthesizer [Moog] – Steven Ely
5:18
9 Free Ton Style (Edit) 3:52
10 Un Terlude 2:25
11 Une Very Stylish Fille 3:18
12 Un Woman's Paradis 3:14
13 La Rythme Et Le Cadence 4:46
14 Le Moogy Reggae 5:07
15 Encore Un Terlude 0:45
16 Un World Mysteriouse 4:09
17 Par Un Chemin Différent
Flute [Flute Escapade] – Grand Master Ben Amù
6:29
18 Nothing To Lose (Lounge Instrumentale)
Flugelhorn – Frédéric PouletPiano [Grand Piano] – Roger Poulet
4:40
19A Epilogue 9:20
19B Souvenirs De Paris

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – French House Of Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – French House Of Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Yellow Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Yellow Productions

Credits

  • Artwork [Sleeve], Photography By – Karel Balas
  • Liner Notes – Florence Tredez
  • Mastered By – André Perriat
  • Performer [All Other Instruments Including Stylophone Handled By] – Monsieur Dimitri*
  • Producer, Composed By, Arranged By – Dimitri From Paris
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Bibi, Zdar*

Notes

Recorded & Mixed at +30 / Defrey / Yellow / Mix-It Studios.
Samples / References:
Track 1: Rhythm taken from "Cool" by Lou Busch & His Orchestra .
Track 2: Rhythm taken from "Joao" performed by Cal Tjader . Vocal samples taken from "Cha Cha Stop" performed by Gillian Hills.
Track 3 & 18: Are covers of the song "Nothing To Lose" from the movie The Party directed by Blake Edwards .
Track 6: "Half Forgotten Daydreams" by John Cameron .
Track 9: "Mysteries Of The World" by MFSB and "I Like (What You¹re Doing To Me)" by Young & Company .
Track 10: "Holy Hole In A Doughnut" by Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra .
Track 11: "The Girl From U.N.C.L.E." and "Out Of The Frying Pan" by Dave Grusin .
Track 19A: Quote from the movie Zazie Dans Le Métro .
Track 19B (Bonus): "Lujon" by Henry Mancini . Some voices taken from the movie "À Bout De Souffle" directed by Jean-Luc Godard .

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 706301783221
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L013
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05D4
  • Matrix / Runout: 063017832-2.2 WME
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM
  • Label Code: 1557
  • Other (Distribution Code): EW 851

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
YPCD 011A Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu ‎(CD, Album) Yellow Productions YPCD 011A France 1996
CD 83081 Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu ‎(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic CD 83081 Canada 1998
3984-25688-2 Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu (La Edition Spéciale) ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + S/Edition) Yellow Productions 3984-25688-2 France 1998
83081-2P Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu ‎(CD, Album, RE, Promo) Atlantic 83081-2P US 1998
83081-2 Dimitri From Paris Sacrebleu ‎(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 83081-2 US 1998



Comments (1)

Kikora
In my point of view, this album is a masterpiece. There is clearly a lot of work behind every single track included here. The amount of samples is quite impressive, and the way they all go together is just amazing. The whole concept is to recapture the spirit of Paris in the 50's, 60's and 70's. The music is eclectic, funny, original: a mixture of Bossa Nova, Jazz, House and Hip Hop. Note that there are 3 versions of "Sacrebleu". This one is the original one, released in 1996. The second edition, from Atlantic Records, was released in 1998 with an alternate tracklisting: "Dirty Larry" is remixed by Crue-L Grand Orchestra, while "Free Ton Style" and "La Rythme Et Le Cadence" are replaced with "Love Love Mode" and "Back In The Daze" (two tracks originally released under the name Dimitri From Tokyo). The third version is the 2xCD special edition which includes the 98 recut, remixes and other tracks (also released in Japan with the original 96 tracklist). This edition is more homogenic in the sound. The 98 version is fragmented with the inclusion of the "Dirty Larry" remix (which remove all the samples of the original) and "Love Love Mode" (with an obvious Japanese feel, far from the conceptual French thematic). The original vocal samples in "Stylish Girl", taken from the movie "Breakfast At Tiffany's", can be found on the 98 release. The 96 edition had the samples recreated for copyright issues.

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