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Ludovic Navarre AKA St Germain Presents SoelMemento

Label:Warner Jazz France – 2564-60755-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz
Style:Acid Jazz, Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz

Tracklist

1Le Vicomte5:23
2Shining Pain4:11
3My Singing Soul6:59
4Prelude1:53
5Black Women5:02
6The Earth Mother5:35
7To This World6:06
8The Way U R4:56
9We Have Died Already7:46
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℗ & © 2003 Warner Jazz France
Made in Germany by WARNER MANUFACTURING EUROPE

CD housed in a clear jewel case including a tri-fold booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed Text): 8 25646 07552 2
  • Barcode (Scanned EAN-13): 0825646075522
  • Matrix / Runout: [Warner 'W' Logo] PR04234 V01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05N0
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

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Memento (2×LP, Album)Warner Jazz France2564-61079-1France2003
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Memento (CD, Album, Promo)Warner Jazz FrancePRO4234France2003
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Memento (CD, Album)Warner Jazz France2564-60755-5France2003
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Memento (CD, Album)Warner Jazz France, Warner Jazz France2564-607555, 2564607555Australia2003
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Memento (CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records48692-2US2003

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  • scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Edited 6 months ago
    Those who picked up this album expecting a new St. Germain album were probably a bit disappointed. This album is only 'presented by' Mr. Navarre, though he does serve as producer. But from the opening mellow notes of "Le Vicomte," with its gentle guitars and jazz flutes, it's easy to hear why St. Germain would have been attracted to the project. The bass on "Shining Pain" helps ground that track with its piano and trumpet jabs before the saxophone takes over, while the a smoky funk takes up with the spoken word on "My Singing Soul." But, as pleasing as these songs are, there's a general soporific feel to the album. And while it's fine for cosmically dreamy tracks, like "Earth Mother," it lets others, like "Black Women" and "The Way U R" down. Some mellow breaks creep into "To This World," giving it additional heft, as does the righteous speech on "We Have Died Already." And while it's not St. Germain, his imprimatur goes a long way.

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