Serge Gainsbourg - L' Homme a Tete de Choux (1976) [EAC-FLAC]

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Serge Gainsbourg &#151; L' Homme à Tête de Choux (1976) EAC rip (steady craze) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 181 Mb A Great Deal Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 16 Mb Even permissive music fans spasm inwardly at the mentioning of the concept album, a mostly prog overwhelm sort that spawned many of the greatest aesthetic indiscretions of the «70s. L»Homme à Tête de Chou (The Man with the Cabbage Perceptiveness) is a concept album and shares some of prog«s non-specific characteristics, but it»s anything emanating from rock's beardy depths. In this morbidly amusing ditty return the narrator's be absorbed in thought is Marilou, a negro shampoo girlfriend: during their ill-doomed try, he descends into unhinged fixed idea, beats her to end with a conflagration extinguisher and ends up in a psychiatric sickbay (convinced his perceptiveness has turned into a cabbage). Although the ownership ferret out retains something of Refrain Nelson«s deliberate Baroque pop gravitas, Chou doesn»t replicate that earlier record's alternately brooding and soaring melodic majesty. Instead, it draws on an adventurously miscellaneous palette, spanning overwhelm, woods, disco, jazz, reggae, and funk. In places, the shifting styles unite the different images or situations that Gainsbourg presents, sometimes without worry for guile: «Marilou Reggae» finds Marilou grooving to Caribbean sounds, while tribal rhythms on «Transit à Marilou» torrential overweight-handedly impart her go-go sexuality. The songs are most fulfilling when the relationship between lyrics and music is less objective, more evocative – especially «Lunatic Asylum,» where tympani, didgeridoo-like drones, showy tool, and unwavering percussion soundtrack the protagonist«s inanity. Elsewhere, voter business and rosy are divorced fully, the cheery funk of «Ma Lou Marilou» contrasting with the narrator»s savage thoughts. L«Homme à Tête de Chou is an underrated Gainsbourg album. Regardless Of some dubious synth coloring, it»s his second-best '70s issue, ranking among his finest recordings. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracklist: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ &#151; 01 - L'Homme A Tete De Choux 02 - Chez Max Coiffeur Rain Pitchforks Homme 03 - Marilou Reggae 04 - Transport A Marilou 05 - Instant-Transmit 06 - Aeroplanes 07 - Premiers Symptomes 08 - Ma Lou Marilou 09 - Variations Sur Marilou 10 - Meurtre A L'extincteur 11 - Marilou Sous La Neige 12 - Lunatic Asylum *2011 Mercury / Worldwide | 277 163-8 {Mercury Records &#151; Vinyl Carbon Copy Reissue 2011 Set, CD 7of12} Relish In and Sharing, Thanks! More Serge Gainsbourg Vinyl Carbon Copy... Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Initials B.B. (1968) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[EAC-FLAC]</a Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Je T'aime... Moi Non Plus (1969) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Aux Armes et Caetera (1979) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Du Hymn a la Une! No. 2 (1958-59) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Gainsbourg Percussions (1964) [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[EAC-FLAC]</a Serge Gainsbourg &#151; Histoire De Refrain Nelson (1971) [EAC-FLAC]; <a href="[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[EAC-FLAC]</a