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Angelo Spencer & L'Orchidée d'Hawaï - Cousteau mp3 album

  • Performer: Angelo Spencer
  • Title: Cousteau
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1232 mb
  • FLAC album: 1127 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 561
Angelo Spencer & L'Orchidée d'Hawaï - Cousteau mp3 album

Listen to music from L'Orchidée d'HawaÏ like Let's Be Happy, Angelare & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from L'Orchidée d'HawaÏ. They like all traditionnal music, be it Polish, Greek, Italian, Mexican or Eleki (60's japanese surf rock. heir second album, "Nobody Beats Me" is out since May 2008, as a follow up to their first, "Gold" released in 2006. L'Orchidée d'Hawaï, from Chambéry, Rhône-Alpes, France, consists of Charles Suave (vocals, keyboards, guitar), DaVinci Grasselli (vocals, guitar), Fläz Tülenz (bass), and Lucien Tapageur (drums and percussion).

The Worst, Maître J - Les lions, Angelo Spencer et l'Orchidée D'Hawaï - L'Argent (Part 2), Valleys - Ten Thousand Hours, Webster - L'eaumélie (avec Maissa), Amanita Bloom - 100 Falling Girls, Videoville - Le gardien du futur, Technical Kidman - Things, Panache - Catherine ou une journée mémorable. More from Palmarès CHOQ.

The music we make is in constant evolution, always looking for new sounds in different musical cultures. We've been inspired by klezmer, japanese, mexican, polish, italian, greek and many more musical styles. Yet we they still manage to create our own sound with all these influences. Our second album, "Nobody Beats Me", is much more personal than "Gold". Three tracks are covers (old italian folklore and klezmer music) and the rest are original compositions in a strange exotic surf and roll style.

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Days of Pearly Spencer" (or in later releases "The Days of Pearly Spencer") is a 1967 song written and originally performed by Northern Irish singer-songwriter David McWilliams, and included on his second album David McWilliams. Although it charted in several countries in continental Europe and in Australia, the original version was not a chart success in either the United Kingdom or Ireland.


A All My Friends
B1 Cousteau
B2 Weird Colours

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