A venerable-looking line-up for this LP
Here's a small thank you for Kinabalu's fantastic series of posts of the Intercommunal Free Dance Music Orchestra. This is François Tusques in a piano-vocal duo with Catalan singer, Serge Utgé-Royo, performing songs and music in evocation of the Paris Commune. Like some of the IFDMO LPs, this was also released on Le Temps Des Cerises. The label name derived from the famous song by Jean-Baptiste Clément and Antoine Renard, dedicated to the fallen in the overthrow of the Commune during the Semaine Sanglante. The other pictured artists originally wrote, adapted or performed the music in the solo piano suite.
A1. Sur Le Temps Des Cerises
A2. Histoire Du Mouvement Ouvrier
- Elle N’Est Pas Morte
- Les Canuts
- La Semaine Sanglante
- La Butte Rouge
- Le Temps Des Cerises
A3. Sur La Commune – Suivi De “La Canaille”
B1. Tout Le Sang Du Monde
B2. Nous Gagnerons Ensemble Si Vous Les Soutenez
B3. Chanson De La Néogravure
B4. La Valse De Darboy
François Tusques, piano, vocals
Serge Utgé-Royo, vocals
Recorded on 17 November 1975.
Le Temps Des Cerises – 005.