Gainsbourg* ‎– Aux Armes Et Cætera

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Philips ‎– 9101 218, Phonogram ‎– 9101 218
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Recorded and mixed at Dynamic Sounds Studio, Kingston, Jamaïca, 12 to 24 January 1979.
• Track A2 : "Aux Armes Et Cætera" inspired from Rouget de Lisle "La Marseillaise".

℗ 1979 Phonogram S.A.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Price Code: PG 263
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): PHI 9101 218 1 DU1 380 POLYGRAM J31 A (A crossed-out)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): PHI 001 9101 218 2 D 380 POLYGRAM DU1 A20
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): PHI 9101 218 DU1 380 J30 A (A crossed-out)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): PHI 9101 218 2 380

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Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Pays Année
9101 218 Gainsbourg* Aux Armes Et Cætera(LP, Album) Philips 9101 218 France 1979 Vendre cette version
530 854-2 Gainsbourg* Aux Armes Et Cætera(LP, Album, RE, Bac) Mercury, Universal 530 854-2 Europe 2016 Vendre cette version
077 259-1 Gainsbourg* Aux Armes Et Cætera(LP, Album, RE, 180) Mercury, Philips 077 259-1 France 2008 Vendre cette version
983 143-1 Serge Gainsbourg Aux Armes Et Caetera(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Mercury, Philips 983 143-1 France 2005 Vendre cette version
UICY-3149 Gainsbourg* Aux Armes Et Cætera(CD, Album, RE) Mercury, Universal UICY-3149 Japan 2001 Vendre cette version

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arnodil

arnodil

14 septembre 2018

one of the best reggae albums ever. musically comparable to the best jamaican singers and bands. I have rarely found again this quaility. It sounds incredibly deep
nabuchodinosaurus

nabuchodinosaurus

6 mai 2011
5/5
The french genius Serge Gainsbourg met Sly & Robbie in Kingston to create a must have for every roots reggae lover, even if the production was adapted for an audience unused to this kind of music. Listen it notably for a stunning reggae version of "La Marseillaise" ('Aux armes et caetera'), the french national anthem. This version created a scandal in France in 1979 because it's not exactly the traditional way to play it. Whatever, it was a gold certified hit for Monsieur Gainsbourg.
2 years later, Serge Gainsbourg met Sly & Robbie again for an other very good reggae album : "mauvaises nouvelles des étoiles".