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Tai-Luc

Tai-Luc

Tai-Luc


Tai-Luc, singer & guitarist of La Souris Déglinguée, a french mythical underground band, author of a hundred songs, escapes for a time from his eurasian musical roots in order to revisit tunes hummed in high school days and old vinyls drawn from his discotheque. He interpretes 15 numbers for this Jukebox in which American popular music from New York Clubs to Texas honky tonks clashes with timeless refrains from Montmartre cabarets to Saint-Ouen dance-halls. Read more on Last.fm
Tai-Luc, singer & guitarist of La Souris Déglinguée, a french mythical underground band, author of a hundred songs, escapes for a time from his eurasian musical roots in order to revisit tunes hummed in high school days and old vinyls drawn from his discotheque. He interpretes 15 numbers for this Jukebox in which American popular music from New York Clubs to Texas honky tonks clashes with timeless refrains from Montmartre cabarets to Saint-Ouen dance-halls. Tai-Luc offers tributes to Lou Reed, Hank Williams, Johnny Horton, Johnny Smith, Al Dexter, Pierre Mac Orlan, Charles Aznavour, René-Louis Lafforgue and Jean-Baptiste Clément. As the sole instrumentalist in this opus of guitars and noise-effects, Tai-Luc puts together singular, playful or facetious voices over fox-trot, java, slow-rock and square dance rythms but always wears the unalterable mark of his WILD punkabilly boogie The album is avalaible in vinyl, cd and downloadable digital files, referenced as Clandestines 01 For more infos, consult : http://clandestines79.fr Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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