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Translocomotion / Discocorico

by Révolution Française (aKa Jean-Pierre Massiera)

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Favorite Recordings presents this new official reissue of Révolution Française, a French band produced by legendary obscure producer, Jean-Pierre Massiera (Charlie Mike Sierra, Jean-Pierre Areisam, JPM and Co. Erik, The Horrific Child, Jesus, Les Maledictus Sound, Human Egg, or Visitors,… here is a small part of all the personalities he wore).

Through a catalog where it seems easy to get lost, we recently asked Massiera for more details about an occult 7inch called "Bon baisers d’Antibes". As a result, we discovered 2 amazing disco tracks, which perfectly demonstrates how eccentric Mr Massiera could be, and which were never reissued before.

Eager to add a touch of contemporary lunacy to this package, we asked Psychemagik (UK) and label mate Dwilt Sharpp (FR) to complete this package with 2 brilliant remixes.

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released January 13, 2014

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Favorite Recordings Paris, France

Favorite Recordings is a French label focusing on Soul, Funk, Jazz and other related genres from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. With a rich catalog combining original productions and reissues.

Founded in 2006 by Pascal Rioux aka Charles Maurice, the label quickly established itself as an international reference.
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