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Bernard Parmegiani "Les Soleils De L'île De Pâques | La Brûlure Da Mille Soleils" [CD]

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Label: We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records - WRWTFWW009CD

遂に音盤化されました!! 2016年頃からその情報は出ていたものの一向にリリースされる気配がなかったBernard Parmegianiの未発表サントラ。フランスの映画監督/脚本家ピエール・カストによるカルト映画、短編 [Les Soleils De l'ÎleDePâques](1972)、[LaBrûlureDe Mille Soleils](1965年)に使用されたもので、内容は56曲に渡り繰り広げられるパルメジアーニらしいユニーク且つ硬派なストレンジ音世界。引っ張っただけの事はある激激高内容。CD版は既に版元完売?の模様。



Includes liner notes (French and English). Wrwtfww Records announce the release of two never-released-before soundtracks by French award-winning composer, audio experimenter, electroacoustic, and musique concrète magician, and all-around sound visionary Bernard Parmegiani, sourced from the original reels, and with English and French liner notes. Les Soleils De l'Île De Pâques (1972), by French director Pierre Kast, is a sci-fi feature which secured itself a well-deserved place in the pantheon of mysterious cult films thanks to hallucinatory (and superb) cinematography, exploration of supernatural phenomenon and occult symbolism, and one hell of a trippy atmosphere. La Brûlure De Mille Soleils (1965) also comes from Pierre Kast, but this time with the help of none other than writer, photographer, multimedia artist, homme à tout faire Chris Marker -- notably known for films La Jetée (1962), A Grin Without a Cat (1977), and Sans Soleil (1983) -- who edited this bizarre short to brain-melting results that live up to the promises of its synopsis: A depressed millionaire poet, accompanied by his cat Marcel and a sign language robot, travels in time to shake a persistent feeling of ennui and falls hopelessly in love with a woman from another planet. 'Nuff said! A renowned member of the prestigious GRM (Groupe De Recherches Musicales, the French equivalent of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop) and frequent collaborator of Pierre Schaeffer, Iannis Xenakis, and Pierre Henry, among others, Bernard Parmegiani does what he does best with these two rare soundtracks: create moods with electroacoustic experimentation, elevating the weird and hypnotic with soundscapes from other dimensions, and cementing his status as a true innovator.