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What if a hotelroom could “sing” of the life stories and events it had witnessed? Intrigued by that question, Canadian pianist and composer Chilly Gonzales and Pulp frontman Jarvis Cover conjure up the lifes of previous occupants of Hollywood’s Chateau Hotel Marmont. Many infamous and famous guests like actress Jean Harlow or Mark Twain’s daughter Clara inhabited the hotel’s room 29. Thus, the Deutsche Grammophon album appears as a 21st-century song cycle about glittering fantasy and often bleak reality of Hollywood and at the same time as metaphor for a place within each of us, home to our deepest desires and fantasies.

Read a complete review of this project here.

The melody haunted me and I realized it was taken from a Ryuichi Sakamoto track composed for the soundtrack of Babel

And looking for other versions on my iTunes, I found this song by Ibeyi who also borrowed the melody.

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April 10, 2017 at 12:00

Audiogramme du mercredi 10 Fevrier 2016

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1. Stelvio Cipriani – La Polizia Sta A Guardare (# 7)
2. Massive Attack & Tricky & 3D – Take It There
3. Radiohead – A Wolf At The Door (It Girl. Rag Doll)
4. Pulp – This Is Hardcore
5. Wild Nothing – To Know You
6. The Cult – Deeply Ordered Chaos
7. Suuns – Translate
8. Mark Farina – Dream Machine (Downtempo Mix) Feat. Sean Hayes
9. Kula Shaker – Infinite Sun
10. Jason Collett – Song and Dance Man
11. Marc Malouf – Sign Me Up
12. BJ the Chicago Kid – Turnin Me Up
13. Van Morrison – Hey Mr. DJ
14. Michel Bernholc / Pierre Bachelet – Les Bronzés Font Du Ski (Just Because Of You)


Audiogramme du jeudi 14 Janvier 2016

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1. Dizzy Gillespie – Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac
2. Desmond Dekker – You Can Get It If You Really Want
3. Kool and The Gang – Get Down On It
4. Sparks – This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us
5. Soft Cell – Tainted Love
6. Klaxons – Golden Skans
7. The Hives – Walk Idiot Walk
8. Stiltskin – Inside
9. Skunk Anansie – Weak
10. Iggy Pop – Real Wild Child (Wild One)
11. Johnny Kidd and The Pirates – Shakin’ All Over
12. Bo Diddley – Road Runner
13. Vernon Green – Speedin’
14. Chuck Berry – You Can’t Catch Me
15. The Del Vikings – Flat Tire
16. Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby
17. Bob Dylan – Highway 51
18. Pulp – Common People
19. Deep Blue Something – Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Audiogramme du lundi 21 Decembre 2015

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1. Professor Longhair – Big Chief
2. Quincy Jones – Getta Bloomin’ Move On! (Self Preservation Society)
3. Buck Naked and The Bare Bottom Boys – Bend Over, Baby ( And Let Me Drive )
4. The Darkness – I Am Santa
5. Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings – Please Come Home For Christmas
6. Arcade Fire – My Body Is A Cage
7. Pulp – Bar Italia
8. The Beatles – I Feel Fine
9. Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better
10. Figen Han – Haydi Bastir
11. Ludivine Sagnier – Papa T’es Plus Dans Le Coup
12. Smith and Burrows – Johnny & Mary (Robert Palmer)
13. The Walker Brothers – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
14. Crowded House – Don’t Dream It’s Over
15. White Denim – Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) (Mickey Newbury)
16. Connie Constance – Answer
17. The Pasadenas – Tribute (Right On)


Audiogramme du mercredi 11 Novembre 2015

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1. The Tornadoes – Bustin’ Surfboards
2. EMF Feat. Reeves & Mortimer – I’m A Believer
3. EMF – Unbelievable
4. Black Grape – In The Name Of The Father
5. Pulp – Disco 2000 (7″ Mix)
6. The Undisputed Truth – Brother Louie
7. Mose Allison – Young Man Blues
8. Ruth Brown – Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
9. Jackie Wilson and Lavern Baker – Think Twice (Version X)
10. Salt-N-Pepa – Let’s Talk About Sex
11. Ace Of Base – All That She Wants
12. Warren G – Regulate
13. Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy
14. Simply Red – Thrill Me
15. M83 – Kim & Jessie
16. Jimmy Eat World – Firestarter (Prodigy)


Pause de l’après-midi du lundi 18 mai 2015

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1. Jack Johnson – Bubble Toes
2. The Guess Who – American Woman
3. Devo – Gut Feeling
4. Pulp – Bar Italia
5. Midnight Oil – Beds Are Burning
6. Martika – I Feel The Earth Move

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May 18, 2015 at 13:30


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That’s how it starts
We go back to your house
We check the charts
And start to figure it out

And if it’s crowded, all the better
Because we know we’re gonna be up late
But if you’re worried about the weather
Then you picked the wrong place to stay
That’s how it starts

And so it starts
You switch the engine on
We set controls for the heart of the sun
One of the ways we show our age

And if the sun comes up, if the sun comes up, if the sun comes up
And I still don’t wanna stagger home
Then it’s the memory of our betters
That are keeping us on our feet

You spent the first five years trying to get with the plan
And the next five years trying to be with your friends again

You’re talking 45 turns just as fast as you can
Teah, I know it gets tired, but it’s better when we pretend

It comes apart
The way it does in bad films
Except in parts
When the moral kicks in

Though when we’re running out of the drugs
And the conversation’s winding away
I wouldn’t trade one stupid decision
For another five years of life

You drop the first ten years just as fast as you can
And the next ten people who are trying to be polite
When you’re blowing eighty-five days in the middle of France
Yeah, I know it gets tired only where are your friends tonight?

And to tell the truth
Oh, this could be the last time
So here we go
Like a sales force into the night

And if I made a fool, if I made a fool, if I made a fool
On the road, there’s always this
And if I’m sewn into submission
I can still come home to this

And with a face like a dad and a laughable stand
You can sleep on the plane or review what you said
When you’re drunk and the kids leave impossible tasks
You think over and over, “hey, I’m finally dead.”

Oh, if the trip and the plan come apart in your hand
Tou look contorted on yourself your ridiculous prop
You forgot what you meant when you read what you said
And you always knew you were tired, but then
Where are your friends tonight?

Where are your friends tonight?
Where are your friends tonight?

If I could see all my friends tonight
If I could see all my friends tonight
If I could see all my friends tonight
If I could see all my friends tonight

Don’t bother saying you’re sorry.
Why don’t you come in?
Smoke all my cigarettes – again.
Every time I get no further.
How long has it been?
Come on in now,
Wipe your feet on my dreams.

You take up my time,
Like some cheap magazine,
When I could have been learning something.
Oh well, you know what I mean.

I’ve done this before,
And I will do it again.
Come on and kill me baby,
while you smile like a friend.
And I’ll come running,
Just to do it again.

You are the last drink I never should have drunk.
You are the body hidden in the trunk.
You are the habit I can’t seem to kick.
You are my secrets on the front page every week.
You are the car I never should have bought.
You are the train I never should have caught.
You are the cut that makes me hide my face.
You are the party that makes me feel my age.

Like a car crash I can see but I just can’t avoid.
Like a plane I’ve been told I never should board.
Like a film that’s so bad but I’ve gotta stay til the end.
Let me tell you now,
It’s lucky for you that we’re friends.

Like a car crash I can see but I just can’t avoid.
Like a plane I’ve been told I never should board.
Like a film that’s so bad but I’ve gotta stay til the end.
Let me tell you now,
It’s lucky for you that we’re friends.

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February 17, 2012 at 22:09

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