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Ghedalia Tazartes / Hystérie Off Music / Vinyl LP / Holidays Records / HOL074
At the beginning, Hystérie off Music was conceived as a catalogue record, an open field where the author could play with all musical genres and their stereotypes, but then evolved rapidly into an uncompromising clash of field recordings, sampled instruments and Tazartès' incomparable vocal eclecticism, made of emotional psalms and shamanic hymns. The Encyclopédie of genres turns into a childish - and sometimes scary - play and the song titles mislead the listener introducing him to a completely new classification. Recorded in early 2000s and released on CD in 2007 by the French label Jardin au Fou, it's now available in a remastered vinyl version - with an excellent cut made by SST in Frankfurt - for the best listening experience of this cinematic electronic collage. A true movie for the ear. Released on Holidays Records in a limited edition of 350 copies on black vinyl.
Ghedalia Tazartes / La Bar Mitzvah Du Chien / Vinyl LP / Bisou / BIS-002-U
Another shamanic journey in Tazartès's universe. He sings and plays all the instruments and samples, recorded in the very same room as all his other solo records since 1974. Performed, produced, and recorded by Ghédalia Tazartès for Bisou in 2012. Tazartès's son, Lalo, can be heard on "Don't Cry for Me, Mamma." The front cover is a picture of Quentin Rollet, shot by Yannick Ressigeac. The back features a drawing by Lalo Tazartès. Mastered by F/Lor."
Jac Berrocal, David Fenech, Ghedalia Tazartes / Superdisque / Vinyl LP / Sub Rosa / SRV321
Superdisque is the first album of the French trio formed by David Fenech (electric guitar) with Jac Berrocal (trumpet) and Ghédalia Tazartès (vocals). Somewhere beyond the borders of rock, jazz, punk and sound poetry...The vocals seem to come from another planet, with lyrics in an improvised language. The winds are blown from Tibetan human bones and conch seashells. Guitars sound like rubber and steel. Expect the unexpected. Sub Rosa.
Ghedalia Tazartes / Voyage À L'ombre / Vinyl LP / Hot Releases / HOT028
A necessary vinyl reissue of Voyage A L'Ombre by Ghédaliza Tazartes. Voyage A L'Ombre was originally released in 1997, as a limited CD on the France-based Demosaurus label run by David Fenech, a frequent Tazartes-collaborator. With tracks featuring Pambin Thullal, Syeta Choir, and Yumi Nara. Hot Releases. Label: 'Ghédalia Tazartes combines an orchestra and a pop group in one person. his voice shifts constantly from child to woman. completely unique, his music is unbelievable. You can't miss that record.