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Regard sur l’exploration entre musique et art visuel : entrevue avec Françoise Sullivan

Dans son atelier de Pointes-St-Charles, j’ai eu la chance de discuter avec l’illustre Françoise Sullivan, artiste phare, multidisciplinaire de la modernité, au Québec. Peintre, sculptrice, chorégraphe, photographe signataire du Refus Global, Françoise a su réinventer son leg créatif au travers  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Dadawah “Peace & Love: Wadadasow” (1974, Dug Out)

A true Jamaican gem of a record. “Peace and Love” was Dadawah’s debut and remains his only album released under this artist name. It is a dark but deeply spiritual reggae LP (originally released in 1974 on Wild Flower) that  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Francis Bebey “La Condition Masculine” (1976, Ozileka)

Born in 1929, Francis Bebey was a multi-instrumentalist, composer, poet, story-teller, musicologist, writer, journalist, and an icon and innovator of contemporary african music. He had a profound impact on the Cameroon music scene, releasing over 20 albums from the late 60’s until he passed  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Mort Garson “Mother Earth’s Plantasia” (1976)

Canadian composer, arranger, and songwriter Mort Garson was born in 1924 in New Brunswick. He is probably the most accomplished early electronic Canadian composer to date. After graduating from the prestigious Juilliard School of music in the late 60’s, Garson started  Read more  »

Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Yasuaki Shimizu ‎”Kakashi” (1982)

A wonderful and rare record, wrapped in a mysterious yet playful ambiance. Yasuaki Shimizu is a Japanese composer, producer, and saxophone player born in 1954. He worked with a number collaborators: Ryuchi Sakimoto on certain arrangements, the South Korean artist Nam  Read more  »