Jean-Marc Foussat - Abattage album
Style: Musique Concrète, Experimental
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1499 mb
Size FLAC: 1206 mb
Format: MP2 MP4 ADX MIDI AUD AC3 AA
Abattage by Jean-Marc Foussat, released 01 March 1983 1. Abattage (1) 2. Abattage (2a) 3. Abattage (2b) 4. Abattage (3) The record that started it all. This digital download features the whole of the original album, mastered from Jean-Marc Foussat's original tapes (real reels). It will be reissued on LP in the Spring of 2018 by Souffle Continu records. By Laurent Fairon for Continuo: "Jean-Marc Foussat (. 955) is a French guitar player, VCS synth player, label founder and recording engineer.
Design – Chantal Marinot, Pierre Foussat. Lacquer Cut By – Gérard Gustave, Jean-Pierre Bouquet. glory Imprimé en France". Includes a 1-sided A4 photocopy insert (just graphics). Some copies have a Jean-Marc Foussat name and address sticker on back. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, etched): 020 PYJAMA 1301 A Ʈ.
The album was self-released in March 1983 through his own imprint Pyjama and later considered by critics as one of the seminal works for the French avantgarde/musique concrete scene.
Jean-Marc Foussat favourites.
Jean-Marc Foussat, on EMS Synthi AKS, is a veteran who has sparred with Bill Laswell and Jac Berrocal, and his 1983 Abattage is a highly regarded slice of (literally) open-window improv. The Togo-Lyon funk connection.
Jean-Marc Foussat, born in 1955, is a French-Algerian composer of electroacoustic music who lives and works in France.
Jean-Marc Foussat has been played on NTS shows including S K Y A P N E A, with Images & Jalousies first played on 5 December 2016. Original source Last.
A beautiful solo album by experimental nstrumentalist Jean-Marc Foussat. The album is clearly dedicated to Victor Foussat, a young poet and painter who died this year. One of his paintings his reproduced on the inner sleeve, and Jean-Marc recites a poem of his in-between the two 20-minute tracks that make up the album. I rarely cross paths with Foussat’s music, but each opportunity is a delight. The two pieces here are powerful amalgams of synths and objects.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||Images & Jalousies||9:28|
Piano – Jean-François Ballèvre
|B2||Hontes, Inquiétude & Quevœjotto||2:40|
- Distributed By – Noise Museum
- Printed By – Glory
- Pressed By – Sonopress – A-7843
- Mastered At – Translab
- Artwork [Maquette] – Chantal Marinot, Pierre Foussat
- Composed By [Compositions], Engineer [Prise De Son], Sounds [Appeaux], Guitar [Guitares], Piano, Voice [Voix], Sounds [Objects], Synthesizer [Synthétiseurs EMS] – Jean Marc Foussat*
- Mastered By – Gérard Gustave, Jean-Pierre Bouquet
NotesComposed in 1981.
Self-released in 1983.
In 1996, Foussat sold the remaining stock to the French label Noise Museum who then started distributing the record after adding an additional A4 info-sheet printed on both sides. This insert is different from the one of the original 1983 release (see Abattage) which was printed only on one side.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): PYJAMA 1301 A Ʈ 020
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): A-7843 A-2 Made in Germany
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): PYJAMA 1301 B Ʈ 020
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): A-7843 B-2 Made in Germany
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
|1301||Jean-Marc Foussat||Abattage (LP, Album)||Pyjama||1301||France||1983|
|157||Jean-Marc Foussat||Abattage (CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial)||Creel Pone||157||US||2014|