Pascal Comelade ‎– Cent Regards

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G3G Records ‎– G3PC6
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1 Vals En Diagonal
Composed By – P. Comelade*
3:45
2 Bolero Callejero
Composed By – P. Comelade*
2:29
3 Quatre Roses Pour Marie
Composed By – P. Comelade*
3:46
4 Tango Del Rossello
Composed By – P. Comelade*
3:16
5 Rock Del Veneno
Composed By – P. Comelade*
2:31
6 Les Filles Du Calvaire
Composed By – P. Comelade*
1:27
7 Nocturn A Joan Salvat Papasseit
Composed By – P. Comelade*
2:24
8 The Way I Walk
Composed By – J. Scott*
1:22
9 Egyptian Reggae
Composed By – J. Richman*
1:02
10 Madame Yamilah
Composed By – Tradicional*
1:04
11 Cafe Mozart
Composed By – A. Karas*
1:36
12 Stand By Me
Composed By – King*, Leiber*, Stoller*
2:30
13 Amapola
Composed By – Lacallo*, Cauvat*, Chamfleury*
2:42
14 Proud Mary
Composed By – J. Fogerty*
2:02
15 Moulin Rouge
Composed By – T. Buckley*
1:18
16 Teresa
Composed By – O. Montllor*
1:12
17 La Bella Ciao
Composed By – Tradicional*
1:18
18 A Las Barricadas
Composed By – Tradicional Popular*
1:07
19 Hijos Del Pueblo
Composed By – Tradicional Popular*
1:35
20 A Las Mujeres
Composed By – Tradicional Popular*
2:32
21 Pozo Ma Luisa
Composed By – Tradicional Popular*
2:24

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Notes

Gravat a "Studio de la Loge", Montpellier, tardor 1989.
Temes 18 a 21 gravat a L'Estudi dels Desemparats, Barcelona.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mould SID Code: IFPI F301
  • Matrix / Runout: G3PC6 #1 POLISISTEM
  • Rights Society: S.G.A.E.
  • Other (Depósito Legal): B 42478/2001

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paxpunk

paxpunk

March 9, 2009
One of Comelade's most haunting, beautiful and masterful works of art. With a plethora of releases oscillating between
the "Very Good" to the "Truly Excellent" categories, it's somehow difficult to choose a starting point to immerse oneself into the playful world of Mr. Comelade. Well, here you have a perfect one; from the intimate feeling of the opening song, "Vals en Diagonal", to the uplifting relecture of the classic memory of a time where revolution was still possible, "A las Barricadas", not one note is accessory and not one feeling is overlooked.

A gem and a must have.