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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Camille Sauvage - Fantasmagories (Montparnasse 2000 - MP 33) (320kbps)

Camille Sauvage - Fantasmagories (Montparnasse 2000 - MP 33)


dispo said...

Thanks for your "library series"! This is an amazing album indeed!

7 drums concerto is fantastic. I can't make a rip at the moment, but I found some samples here:

You can find some Eric Framond LPs online, I especially recommend Univers 2000, which is similar to Fantasmagories. I found it here:

Zer0_II said...

dispo: Thank you for taking the time to comment. I actually have Univers 2000, and it is an amazing album in my opinion. 7 Drums Concerto is the one album that has managed to elude me for a number of years though. I have heard the samples on iuke. The admin is actually a member on discogs.com and posts there occasionally. Perhaps I should ask him if he would be willing to rip the album. I have a feeling he might not want to since it could discourage people from purchasing the album from his site. You mentioned that you can't make a rip "at the moment". Does that mean that you have the album and might be able to eventually? Again, thank you for taking the time to comment. I hope to hear back from you soon.

dispo said...

Zero, check my blog for a surprise...

Zer0_II said...

@Dispo: You have no idea how thankful I am to see that post. I didn't expect you to rip it so soon, but I am certainly thankful and very appreciative that you did. That honestly made my day, hell, it made my entire week. I can't wait to listen to it! I left you a more suitable comment on your own blog, but I just wanted to say thank you once again. Take care my friend.

dispo said...

@Zero: You're welcome! I liked the Roger Roger and Umiliani albums I got from your blog so much that I wanted to give something back.

@everyone: Get Camille Sauvage's 7 Drums Concerto here.