Written-By – Ali Belkacem (tracks: 13), Areski Belkacem (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 9 to 12), Bobby Jocky (tracks: 8), Brigitte Fontaine (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 13), Georges Moustaki (tracks: 7). Notes. 3 to 13 Recorded & mixed at Studio Gang (Paris). Recorded & mixed at Studio Ferber (Paris). Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Album · 2001 · 13 Songs. Brigitte Fontaine - M. 2:52.
For this 1998 release, Brigitte Fontaine teams up with an unlikely cast of collaborators from across the '90s' avant-pop spectrum, enlisting Sonic Youth, jazz legend Archie Shepp, the singer simply known as M, French rock groups Noir Désir and les Valentins, as well as the production team Sound Orama.
Kékéland is the fourteenth album by experimental French singer Brigitte Fontaine, released in 2001 on the Virgin Records label. It is almost entirely composed of collaborations. Fontaine exceptionally wrote two songs in English (Kékéland and God's Nightmare). Y'a des zazous is one of her rare covers, of French singer Andrex. Because of the number of high-profile artists featured on the album, it had a better promotion and sold well, being certified gold record with more than 130,000 albums sold, a first for Fontaine. Studio album by. Brigitte Fontaine.
Brigitte Fontaine, (born June 24, 1939) is a singer of avant-garde music. She has employed numerous unusual musical styles, melding rock and roll, folk, jazz, electronica, spoken word poetry, and world. She has collaborated with Stereolab, Michel Colombier, Jean-Claude Vannier, Areski Belkacem, Gotan Project, Sonic Youth, Antoine Duhamel, Grace Jones, Noir Désir, Archie Shepp, Arno, and The Art Ensemble of Chicago. She is also a novelist, playwright, poet, and actress.
Brigitte fontaine - guillemets. Artist: Brigitte Fontaine. Album: Brigitte Fontaine, 1997. Brigitte Fontaine - Nrv - sur l'album ""Kékéland" (2001). Has been played on. France 35.