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Boom Desjardins - Clandestin (2016)

10-05-2016, 20:36
Country | Pop | French

Title: Clandestin
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Étiquette B
Genre: French Pop/Country
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:37:34
Total Size: 102 mb

01. Paris, Quévillon
02. D'est en ouest
03. Villes en villages
04. Bière et whisky
05. J'ai le droit d'pas être correct
06. Holly Mary
07. Les concours à la télé
08. J'ai trop bu
09. J'attendrai
10. Embarque dans mon char
11. Envers et contre le temps
12. J'ai pas d'amis

Boom Desjardins lets his country-folk roots show on this down-home solo album. Known for the stirring ballads of his old band La Chicane, the singer/songwriter delves into the musical influences of his youth on Clandestin. The tender "Paris, Quévillon" uses plucked guitar and banjo to bridge the distance between him and a former lover. He waxes nostalgic on barroom rambler "Bière et whisky," his voice ranging from a growl to an open-hearted wail as he recalls his early performing days. And there's a touching purity to torch song "J'attendrai," an apt anthem for a hopeless romantic.

Montreal native Boom Dejardins was first introduced to the Canadian listening public in the late '90s as a member of the québécois rock group La Chicane. The band first formed when he and guitarist Alain Villeneuve put their heads together in 1993, not joined by bandmates Martin Bedard, Christian LeGault, and Eric LeMieux until 1996. The band released their debut record in 1999, entitled En Catimini, which went on to win a Juno Award and achieve double-platinum status. The band's follow-up disc, Disparu, is met with similar success, garnering invitations to perform internationally. In the meantime, Desjardins launched his own Boombox label, housed under DKDD. A series of important media appearances, including acting as professor on the acclaimed Star Academie TV show, laid the groundwork for Desjardins' departure from La Chicane in pursuit of a solo career. In November 2004 enthusiastic fans welcomed Boom Desjardin's self-titled debut, which sold more than 130,000 copies. The record's consistent presence on national charts, followed by a sold-out concert tour, was testament to the project's strength and artist's trajectory.



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mufty77   User offline   8 May 2016 14:07

Lossless would be greatful!!!

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stephane.964   User offline   9 May 2016 13:41

En format FLAC svp ce serait super...

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