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C'est Fou

by Le Collage

Le Collage C'est Fou!!! drifts between hot West African all-night dance grooves and the lazy surf of Trinidad, with a dash of Latin spice, layered over a down-home gritty '70s style funk.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Right Time
4:00 $0.99
2. Tranquility
4:35 $0.99
3. (Like a) Phoenix From the Flame
6:45 $0.99
4. 1965
4:39 $0.99
5. Limin' in Trini Time
5:54 $0.99
6. I Got U
5:14 $0.99
7. Teach Love
33:18 $0.99
8. C'yan Tek No Mo!
33:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
A wonderful thing about making music is that if you feel the glory, you can show it to someone else. Le Collage makes me want to dance and then I have fits, I swoon, my autonomic processes take over and I am transported to another reality, this other option: the dance, shake your bones like a marimba with all the beautiful women and men who have also decided that its time to dance. And I reflect that this continuum is organized by Meg Montgomery and melted over, like magma, by M. Maybe my mind's mine n' maybe my mind's not mine anymore. I can't even feel the floor, let alone discern the time. M is one of the best singers alive today okay - you know the score --(sic) "1965" says something about 7 to this child of '70. M spells it, she propels it, she fulfills it. Meg wrote it just so you know'd it. This vibe underwelled by two of the best drummers on the New York African Underground now, Jojo Kuo of Cameroon; and Jeremy Gaddie, who hails from my home (Texas). Martino Atangana also from Cameroon captive-ates with his Makossa meets James Brown guitar. Joao Vincent-Lewis pounds his congas and such... and watch out! That's Li'Nard and his monster bass falling off the monitor on your head. Lynne plays her superior tenor, Pascale alto, and last in alphabetical order Cote D'Ivoiran Azouhouni Adou on the keyboards. And of course, Mixmaster Meg, center of the storm with her metal witching rod telling what time it is. And as far as I can tell, it seems to be the right time to lime in Trini time and teach love and so forth. Amen. I aim to lime with you soon, MM. Maybe we could all get together and dance under the jewelled velvet of a Caribbean night.

Say what you want, come together, and listen.

Gary Heidt, 1997, NYC



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