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ARTIST
TITLE
Trixie Stapleton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle
FORMAT
LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
MMLP 001LP MMLP 001LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/8/2016

2013 release. Monster Melodies Records presents a reissue of Trixie Stapleton 291 - Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Bell by Fille Qui Mousse, originally recorded in 1971. The group was created from the culmination of a movement born after the Second World War, counter culture and the apparition of Lettrism, founded by Isidore Isou who wrote the book The Uprising Youth accompanied by Gabriel Pomerand, Maurice Lemaitre, Jean-Louis Brau, Guy Debord, Gil Wolman. The band consisting of Barbara Lowengreen (vocals), Bernard Gilson (guitar), Sylvie Péristéris (sound effects), Henri-Jean Enu (guitar, vocals), Denis Gheerbrandt (vocals), Daniel Hoffmann (guitar), Benjamin Legrand (piano, vocals), Dominique Lentin (percussion), Jean-Pierre Lentin (guitar, bass), Léo Sab (violin), François Guildon (guitar) recorded its only album in one day on July 8th, 1971. Fille Qui Mousse is on the list established by Steven Stapleton, John Fothergill and Heman Pathak of the 291 musicians who influenced the band Nurse With Wound. Comes as a red translucent vinyl comes in a sleeve which opens up, presenting unpublished photos of the group and containing two postcards reproducing the vintage concert posters and an insert with an unpublished text by Henri-Jean Enu. Edition of 500.