Johnny Borrell & Zazou, - The Atlantic Culture mp3 album
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Johnny Borrell rode his motorbike to the island of Tiree in the Outer Hebrides and disappeared for four months. The Razorlight frontman hasn’t been the same since, adding to the canon of modern pop star meltdowns in January 2008. The blueprint is largely the same for ‘Atlantic Culture’ – ‘We Cannot Overthrow’ from ‘Borrell 1’ appears re-recorded and all four tracks from 2014 EP ‘The Artificial Night’ feature, while ‘60 Thompson’, a song about ex-girlfriend Kirsten Dunst from ‘Slipway Fires’, is given a bluesy makeover.
Songs from The Atlantic Culture by Johnny Borrell, Johnny Borrell and Zazou. Free download and listen The Atlantic Culture. Johnny Borrell, Johnny Borrell and Zazou, Zazou. Tracks count: 12. Views: 0. Johnny Borrell, Zazou, Johnny Borrell and Zazou - Swim Like a Star 06:49. Johnny Borrell, Zazou, Johnny Borrell and Zazou - The Artificial Night 03:45. Johnny Borrell, Zazou, Johnny Borrell and Zazou - Black God 05:59.
Tracklist: 01. Swim Like a Star 06:48 02. The Artificial Night 03:45 03. Black God 05:59 04. We Cannot Overthrow 02:59 05. 60 Thompson 03:16 06. The Ego Song 02:25 07. Zazou's Theme 03:31 08. Bastida Cantina 03:42 09. The Camera Song 02:46 10. Cacambo's March 03:18 11. Passion Flower 01:33 12. Man Gave Names to all the Animals 04:10.
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The Atlantic Culture’ is the first album that Johnny Borrell has released since his debut solo album ‘Borrell 1’ in 2013, which only sold 594 copies in its first week. This came as a startling contrast to the success of Razorlight - where the worst charting position for the first week on any of their albums was at number eight. Fortunately, Borrell isn’t someone likely to care much about album sales. In terms of musicians, the album has all the same members that were on ‘Borrell 1’ but they’ve been given more of a platform and named Zazou (1940s French slang for the underground subculture that used jazz as a mode of wild expression and resistance during the repression of the Vichy years). The performances on the sax, upright bass, violin and percussion by these topflight jazz and classical musicians are extraordinary.
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