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French Connections - From Discotheque To Discovery


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Our Price: £12.99    Change Currency
Media: Book
Catalogue #: BOB10769
ISBN: 9781860744495
This Item Earns 24 Musicroom Points

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At the end of the 1990s, French dance music was everywhere, with artists like Daft Punk, Air, St Germain and Cassius becoming as hip in the dance underground as they were in the mainstream. Suddenly, everyone tried to grab a slice of the French Touch pie.

But there's so much more to French dance than the hype, and French Connections - From Discotheque To Discovery tracks the evolution of Gallic vibes from those first underground clubs of the Resistance to the huge raves in resistance to government condemnation; from the tape-looping techniques of musique concrete to the renegade samples of techno. Featuring exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in European music - Jean-Jacques Perrey, Cerrone, Laurent Garnier, Daft Punk, Air, Bob Sinclair - French Connections - From Discotheque To Discovery chronicles the birth of one of the most influential genres in modern music history.



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Format: History
Length: 320 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Sanctuary
Author: Martin James

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