Bahamas (5) ‎– Le Voyageur Immobile

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Les Disques Motors ‎– 2933 201
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
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A1 Jimmy
Lyrics By – Bahamas*Music By – Bahamas*
7:11
A2 Motel
Lyrics By – Bahamas*, Sybil DemarsanMusic By – Bahamas*, Sybil Demarsan
3:40
A3 Norway Samba
Lyrics By – Bahamas*, Sybil DemarsanMusic By – Bahamas*, Sybil Demarsan
5:55
A4 Bahamas
Music By – Bahamas*
3:55
B1 Oscar Chesterfield
Lyrics By – Bahamas*, Sybil DemarsanMusic By – Bahamas*, Sybil Demarsan
3:57
B2 Bizarre
Lyrics By – Bahamas*, Sybil DemarsanMusic By – Bahamas*, Sybil Demarsan
6:15
B3 Il Pleut Des Fleurs Sur Mon Piano
Lyrics By – Bahamas*, M. Hall*Music By – Bahamas*
4:25

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Recorded at studio Ferber, Paris, France.
(C) 1976 Francis Drefus Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: SACD
  • Rights Society: SGDL
  • Rights Society: SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 40MT 44058 A 2933 201
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): Ɩ0ᄅ ƐƐ6ᄅ 40MT 44058-B

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music_emporium

music_emporium

November 18, 2014
The story with this band is that they were the backing group for chanteur Christophe during his brief flirtation with prog (essentially: the album Samouraï). As you might guess, this is fairly lightweight progressive pop; not terribly thrilling but far from bad. If this album has a fault it’s that it shows its hand too soon; opening with its best track, “Jimmy.” This album opener contrasts moody passages with cosmic synthesizers with more up-front parts with dramatic guitar work accented by driving piano accompaniment. The rest of the album has its moments, but nothing on that level. I’d say this one’s more for vinyl fanatics out for its gorgeous cover art, suitable for framing.

The keyboardist and drummer from this album recorded three more albums as a duo, under the name Space Art.
larssteen

larssteen

July 25, 2013
Wrong Martin Hall in track B3 (Lyrics)
music_emporium

music_emporium

February 27, 2013
The story with this band is that they were the backing group for chanteur Christophe during his brief flirtation with prog (essentially: the album Samouraï). As you might guess, this is fairly lightweight progressive pop; not terribly thrilling but far from bad. If this album has a fault it’s that it shows its hand too soon; opening with its best track, “Jimmy.” This album opener contrasts moody passages with cosmic synthesizers with more up-front parts with dramatic guitar work accented by driving piano accompaniment. The rest of the album has its moments, but nothing on that level. I’d say this one’s more for vinyl fanatics out for its gorgeous cover art, suitable for framing.

The keyboardist and drummer from this album recorded three more albums as a duo, under the name Space Art.