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St Germain - Rose Rouge (Vinyl)

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  1. The track, for which St Germain originally sampled Marlena Shaw’s Cookin With Blue Note At Montreaux album, takes its cues from classic soul, jazz and reggae and perfectly captures the enduringly relevant Blue Note aesthetic. Jorja is “Honoured to be involved on this Blue Note album to rework St Germain’s anthem ‘Rose Rouge’.
  2. The album takes you on a trip through the sixth arrondissement neighbourhood that gave Ludovic Navarre his artist name, and through Paris beyond it. St. Germain was famous for its lively post-war jazz scene: “Rose Rouge” was the name of a cabaret; “Pont Des Arts” is a bridge that connects the sixth and first arrondissements across the.
  3. May 30,  · Rose Rouge Lyrics: I want you to get together / I want you to get together / I want you to get together / Put your hands together / I want you to get together / I want you to get together / I want.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rose Rouge on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - 12ROSE • Format: Vinyl 12 St Germain - Rose Rouge (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Track List [Disc 1] Rose Rouge Montego Bay Spleen So Flute Land of. [Disc 2] Latin Note Sure Thing Pont Des Arts La Goutte D'Or What You Think About. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and .
  6. St Germain is not associated with the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Café compilation series, though his song "Deep in It" is featured on its "Volume 1". His song "Rose Rouge" was featured in the official movie trailer for Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing. His eponymous album, released on 9 October , was recorded with the participation.
  7. Product description. St Germain - Tourist - CD setrofeedbiaquipo.pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.infoinfo Moby may have stolen his thunder on Play but St Germain, aka Ludovic Navarre, has been showcasing his futuristic nous and love of roots music by funking up the 4/4 electronic world with a little blues and gospel since the early 90s. After his F-Communications swan song, From Detroit To St Germain in 98, Navarre worked with a host of /5().

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