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28-12-2013, 19:37
Music | World | French | Country | Pop | Rock

Moussu T-E Lei Jovents - Artemis (2013)

Artist: Moussu T-E Lei Jovents
Title Of Album: Artemis
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Le Chant du Monde
Genre: Pop, Rock, Folk, World
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:44 Min
Total Size: 106 Mb


01. Embaracatz
02. Mistral
03. Artemis
04. Tout Mon Temps
05. Occitanie Sur Mer
06. Sur Ma Serviette
07. Tentacules
08. Lei Rainards
09. Le Bateau
10. T En Vas De Matin
11. Mon Drapeau Rouge
12. Fada Republicana
13. Monte Vas Canconeta

Moussu T e lei Jovents, made up of the founder and singer of Massilia Sound System, Tatou (alias Moussu T, Mister T), and his guitarist, Blu, are now a major presence on the French music scene: an uncontested figurehead of Occitan music, the group is now making a name for itself beyond the frontiers of their homeland. Over the thirty years of their encounter-rich career (Massilia was founded in 1984), they have connected with many people, notably those in the Nordeste region of Brazil and singers like Lénine, Silverio Pessoa and Jamilson Da Silva. From this, the group has drawn their inspiration and fundamental principles. The influence of Marseilles music from the thirties and the popularity of its light operas have also made a major contribution to building the group s repertoire. And aside from these influences, Moussu T e lei Jovents have managed to come up with their own style, half-way between chanson and Mediterranean blues. Now recognised around the whole world, Moussu T e lei Jovents have come to internationally represent the music of their home town. On this album, Artémis , which is their fifth, the influence of blues music stands out more than ever (cf. Embarcatz! , Te n vas de matin , Mistral , Lei rainards , Occitanie sur mer etc.), whether it s in terms of the subjects the songs deal with ( Tout mon temps ) or in terms of their structure. There are more songs than ever in Occitan here, since it's when they work in this language that the group feels the most independent. As in the past, they use a clever mix of light-heartedness and nostalgia, rebellion and powerful hints of poetry, always without the slightest ostentation.

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