Harmonie St-Germain - St-Laurent download album
- Performer: Harmonie St-Germain
- Title: St-Laurent
- Genre: Military - Brass
- Formats: WMA VOX MP1 DMF TTA FLAC ASF
- Released: 1962
- MP3 album: 1330 mb
- FLAC album: 1850 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 126
St Germain is the eponymous fourth studio album by French house producer Ludovic Navarre, under his main pseudonym St Germain. It was released on 9 October 2015 via Primary Society. Two official singles had been released from the album: "Real Blues" which features the vocals of Lightnin' Hopkins and "Sittin' Here".
Germain debuted in 1994 for Laurent Garnier's F Communications label and Navarre released his first album, Boulevard, in 1996. Featuring trumpeter Pascal Ohse, the album worked as a hybrid of American R&B and jazz with the growing French house scene exemplified by Garnier, La Funk Mob, and Dimitri from Paris. Tourist, issued at the turn of the century by Blue Note, took the concept further, with Navarre working post-production on a fuller complement of musicians. Navarre has also remixed such varying artists as Björk, Pierre Henry, and the Suburban Knight. Tourist took the concept further with Navarre working post-production on a fuller complement of musicians and earned release on Blue Note.
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St Germain is not associated with the és Café compilation series, though his song "Deep in It" is featured on its "Volume 1". His song "Rose Rouge" was featured in the official movie trailer for Joss Whedon's 2013 Much Ado About Nothing. His eponymous album, released on 9 October 2015, was recorded with the participation of African musicians, the album features traditional Malian instruments such as kora, balafon and n’goni, that mingle with electric guitars, pianos, saxophones and electronic loops
Germain debuted in 1994 for Laurent Garnier's F Communications label and Navarre released his first album, Boulevard, in 1996.
|A6||Our Own March||2:10|
|B1||Marche À La Vie|
|B3||Tango For Band|
NotesRev. Fr. Antonin,s.c., Directeur-fondateur.
Rev. Fr. Gilles, s.c., Directeur