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    Incredible album by French singer Pierre Barouh recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a monumental cast of legendary musicians and producers including Yasuaki Shimizu, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Francis Lai, Kazuhiko Katoh, Motohiko Hamase, most of the Moonriders (Keiichi Suzuki, Tohru Okada, Masahiro Takekawa), Daniel Lavoie, Masanori Sasaji, Hideo Yamaki (Toshinori Kondo & IMA) and many more. Also featuring David Sylvian, Harumi Ohzora, and Nanako Satoh. Scroll down for full credits!

    INFO

    WRWTFWW Records is beaucoup happy to announce the official reissue of Pierre Barouh’s hard-to-describe-but-easy-to-enjoy French flair meets Japanese avant-garde lost treasure of experimental-electronic-chanson-pop with a new-wave-minimal-bossa touch, Le Pollen. Originally recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a who’s who of Japan’s most groundbreaking musicians of the 80s, the album comes as a LP with bonus 7inch, housed in a heavy sleeve displaying two immaculate photos of Barouh and holding a printed lyrics insert.

    A free-spirited world traveler with an incredible ear for music, Paris-born singer and activist Pierre Barouh introduced the sounds of Brazil (and more) to Europe and pushed the envelope with his pioneering label Saravah, home of adventurous innovators Brigitte Fontaine, Areski, Jacques Higelin, Naná Vasconcelos, and Roland Bocquet’s Catharsis among many others. His bohemian border-free vision of modern chanson, blending musical tradition from various parts of the globe with forward-looking artistry, resonated particularly well in Japan, where the scene spearheaded by Yellow Magic Orchestra fell in love with everything Barouh.

    And so one day in 1981, Pierre Barouh received an invitation from a Japanese label to come record an album in Tokyo. Not one to turn down an escapade around the world, the French visionary jumped on a plane and landed in a studio surrounded with a dream line-up of musicians: Yukihiro Takahashi (who had named his solo debut Saravah! after Barouh’s imprint) and Ryuichi Sakamoto of YMO, Yasuaki Shimizu and his Mariah bandmates Masanori Sasaji and Hideo Yamaki, members of the Moonriders, Motohiko Hamase, Mitsuru Sawamura of Interior, Kazuhiko Katoh and the list goes on. Also participating in the making of the album were longtime collaborator Francis Laï and the mysterious and beautiful David Sylvian.

    The result is Le Pollen, a sincere and affectionate mix of nouveau chanson, techno-pop, post-punk, jazz, bossa, ambient, and minimalism. And probably something else entirely. Honestly impossible to classify in a particular genre, Pierre Barouh’s fascinating cosmopolitan music melting pot is, above all, a reassuring ode to humanity, where friendship, exchange, and collaborative creativity breeze freely. Making music together. It’s all love.

    Pierre Barouh sadly passed away in December 2016, leaving behind a monumental legacy of music and art for us to cherish, and a life philosophy that’s well worth considering:

    La vie, qu’elle soit longue ou brève
    Moi, tous mes rêves
    Je les prends toujours au sérieux
    Quand l’utopie brise les chaînes
    C’est l'oxygène,
    De ceux qui sont restés curieux

    Life, be it long or brief
    Me, all my dreams
    I always take them seriously
    When utopia breaks the chains
    It’s the oxygen,
    Of those who’ve remained curious

    From the song "L’Autre Rive" on Le Pollen.

    L’AUTRE RIVE
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora, Nanako Satoh
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Electric Bass - Morio Watanabe
    Marimba, Clarinet - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano - Masanori Sasaji

    PEPE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Kazuhiko Katoh
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano, Synthesizer Bass - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    SANS PARLER D’AMOUR
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed and arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    PERDU
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Michel Rivard
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Acoustic Bass - Motohiko Hamase
    Drums, Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Electric Guitar - Kenji Omura, Yoshiaki Shirai
    Sopranino Saxophone - Mitsuru Sawamura
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada

    LA LETTRE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Keiichi Suzuki
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Folk Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    LE POLLEN
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Additional vocals by David Sylvian
    Drums, Prophoet-5 - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Gut Guitar - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    PARENTHESE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Emulator - Yasuaki Shimizu

    LES UNS ET LES AUTRES
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Nobuyuki Shimizu
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    DEMAIN
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Backing vocals - David Sylvian
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Acoustic Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Prophet-5 - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Jupiter-8 - Masanori Sasaji
    Prophet-5 - Morio Watanabe

    SAINT PAUL DE VENCE (on bonus 7")
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    BOULE QUI ROULE (on bonus 7")
    Written and composed by Daniel Lavoie
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    Recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio (Akasaka, Tokyo)
    Producer: Naoki Tachikawa
    Artistic direction: Ken Okada
    Engineered by: Toshimitsu Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Recorded by: Toshihiko Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Cover photo: Kishin Shinoyama
    Design: Haruo Koguchi

    Includes unlimited streaming of Le Pollen via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    "IL Y A DES ANNÉES OÙ L'ON A ENVIE DE NE RIEN FAIRE"

    Save 25% by ordering before December 18th 2020.

    *This is a pre-order, ships late January*

    The LP, the 7inch and the super limited sweatshirt!

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    SARAVAH
    il y a des années où l'on a envie de ne rien faire
    silkscreened on Gildan heavy sweatshirt

    Incredible album by French singer Pierre Barouh recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a monumental cast of legendary musicians and producers including Yasuaki Shimizu, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Francis Lai, Kazuhiko Katoh, Motohiko Hamase, most of the Moonriders (Keiichi Suzuki, Tohru Okada, Masahiro Takekawa), Daniel Lavoie, Masanori Sasaji, Hideo Yamaki (Toshinori Kondo & IMA) and many more. Also featuring David Sylvian, Harumi Ohzora, and Nanako Satoh. Scroll down for full credits!

    INFO

    WRWTFWW Records is beaucoup happy to announce the official reissue of Pierre Barouh’s hard-to-describe-but-easy-to-enjoy French flair meets Japanese avant-garde lost treasure of experimental-electronic-chanson-pop with a new-wave-minimal-bossa touch, Le Pollen. Originally recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a who’s who of Japan’s most groundbreaking musicians of the 80s, the album comes as a LP with bonus 7inch, housed in a heavy sleeve displaying two immaculate photos of Barouh and holding a printed lyrics insert.

    A free-spirited world traveler with an incredible ear for music, Paris-born singer and activist Pierre Barouh introduced the sounds of Brazil (and more) to Europe and pushed the envelope with his pioneering label Saravah, home of adventurous innovators Brigitte Fontaine, Areski, Jacques Higelin, Naná Vasconcelos, and Roland Bocquet’s Catharsis among many others. His bohemian border-free vision of modern chanson, blending musical tradition from various parts of the globe with forward-looking artistry, resonated particularly well in Japan, where the scene spearheaded by Yellow Magic Orchestra fell in love with everything Barouh.

    And so one day in 1981, Pierre Barouh received an invitation from a Japanese label to come record an album in Tokyo. Not one to turn down an escapade around the world, the French visionary jumped on a plane and landed in a studio surrounded with a dream line-up of musicians: Yukihiro Takahashi (who had named his solo debut Saravah! after Barouh’s imprint) and Ryuichi Sakamoto of YMO, Yasuaki Shimizu and his Mariah bandmates Masanori Sasaji and Hideo Yamaki, members of the Moonriders, Motohiko Hamase, Mitsuru Sawamura of Interior, Kazuhiko Katoh and the list goes on. Also participating in the making of the album were longtime collaborator Francis Laï and the mysterious and beautiful David Sylvian.

    The result is Le Pollen, a sincere and affectionate mix of nouveau chanson, techno-pop, post-punk, jazz, bossa, ambient, and minimalism. And probably something else entirely. Honestly impossible to classify in a particular genre, Pierre Barouh’s fascinating cosmopolitan music melting pot is, above all, a reassuring ode to humanity, where friendship, exchange, and collaborative creativity breeze freely. Making music together. It’s all love.

    Pierre Barouh sadly passed away in December 2016, leaving behind a monumental legacy of music and art for us to cherish, and a life philosophy that’s well worth considering:

    La vie, qu’elle soit longue ou brève
    Moi, tous mes rêves
    Je les prends toujours au sérieux
    Quand l’utopie brise les chaînes
    C’est l'oxygène,
    De ceux qui sont restés curieux

    Life, be it long or brief
    Me, all my dreams
    I always take them seriously
    When utopia breaks the chains
    It’s the oxygen,
    Of those who’ve remained curious

    From the song "L’Autre Rive" on Le Pollen.

    L’AUTRE RIVE
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora, Nanako Satoh
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Electric Bass - Morio Watanabe
    Marimba, Clarinet - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano - Masanori Sasaji

    PEPE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Kazuhiko Katoh
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano, Synthesizer Bass - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    SANS PARLER D’AMOUR
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed and arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    PERDU
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Michel Rivard
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Acoustic Bass - Motohiko Hamase
    Drums, Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Electric Guitar - Kenji Omura, Yoshiaki Shirai
    Sopranino Saxophone - Mitsuru Sawamura
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada

    LA LETTRE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Keiichi Suzuki
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Folk Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    LE POLLEN
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Additional vocals by David Sylvian
    Drums, Prophoet-5 - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Gut Guitar - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    PARENTHESE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Emulator - Yasuaki Shimizu

    LES UNS ET LES AUTRES
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Nobuyuki Shimizu
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    DEMAIN
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Backing vocals - David Sylvian
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Acoustic Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Prophet-5 - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Jupiter-8 - Masanori Sasaji
    Prophet-5 - Morio Watanabe

    SAINT PAUL DE VENCE (on bonus 7")
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    BOULE QUI ROULE (on bonus 7")
    Written and composed by Daniel Lavoie
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    Recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio (Akasaka, Tokyo)
    Producer: Naoki Tachikawa
    Artistic direction: Ken Okada
    Engineered by: Toshimitsu Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Recorded by: Toshihiko Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Cover photo: Kishin Shinoyama
    Design: Haruo Koguchi

    Includes unlimited streaming of Le Pollen via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more
    shipping out on or around January 29, 2021
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    "IL Y A DES ANNÉES OÙ L'ON A ENVIE DE NE RIEN FAIRE"

    Save 25% by ordering before December 18th 2020.

    *This is a pre-order, ships late January*

    The LP, the 7inch and the super limited t-shirt!

    Tee ->
    SARAVAH
    il y a des années où l'on a envie de ne rien faire
    silkscreened on Gildan heavy t-shirt

    Incredible album by French singer Pierre Barouh recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a monumental cast of legendary musicians and producers including Yasuaki Shimizu, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yukihiro Takahashi, Francis Lai, Kazuhiko Katoh, Motohiko Hamase, most of the Moonriders (Keiichi Suzuki, Tohru Okada, Masahiro Takekawa), Daniel Lavoie, Masanori Sasaji, Hideo Yamaki (Toshinori Kondo & IMA) and many more. Also featuring David Sylvian, Harumi Ohzora, and Nanako Satoh. Scroll down for full credits!

    INFO

    WRWTFWW Records is beaucoup happy to announce the official reissue of Pierre Barouh’s hard-to-describe-but-easy-to-enjoy French flair meets Japanese avant-garde lost treasure of experimental-electronic-chanson-pop with a new-wave-minimal-bossa touch, Le Pollen. Originally recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo and composed, arranged, and played by a who’s who of Japan’s most groundbreaking musicians of the 80s, the album comes as a LP with bonus 7inch, housed in a heavy sleeve displaying two immaculate photos of Barouh and holding a printed lyrics insert.

    A free-spirited world traveler with an incredible ear for music, Paris-born singer and activist Pierre Barouh introduced the sounds of Brazil (and more) to Europe and pushed the envelope with his pioneering label Saravah, home of adventurous innovators Brigitte Fontaine, Areski, Jacques Higelin, Naná Vasconcelos, and Roland Bocquet’s Catharsis among many others. His bohemian border-free vision of modern chanson, blending musical tradition from various parts of the globe with forward-looking artistry, resonated particularly well in Japan, where the scene spearheaded by Yellow Magic Orchestra fell in love with everything Barouh.

    And so one day in 1981, Pierre Barouh received an invitation from a Japanese label to come record an album in Tokyo. Not one to turn down an escapade around the world, the French visionary jumped on a plane and landed in a studio surrounded with a dream line-up of musicians: Yukihiro Takahashi (who had named his solo debut Saravah! after Barouh’s imprint) and Ryuichi Sakamoto of YMO, Yasuaki Shimizu and his Mariah bandmates Masanori Sasaji and Hideo Yamaki, members of the Moonriders, Motohiko Hamase, Mitsuru Sawamura of Interior, Kazuhiko Katoh and the list goes on. Also participating in the making of the album were longtime collaborator Francis Laï and the mysterious and beautiful David Sylvian.

    The result is Le Pollen, a sincere and affectionate mix of nouveau chanson, techno-pop, post-punk, jazz, bossa, ambient, and minimalism. And probably something else entirely. Honestly impossible to classify in a particular genre, Pierre Barouh’s fascinating cosmopolitan music melting pot is, above all, a reassuring ode to humanity, where friendship, exchange, and collaborative creativity breeze freely. Making music together. It’s all love.

    Pierre Barouh sadly passed away in December 2016, leaving behind a monumental legacy of music and art for us to cherish, and a life philosophy that’s well worth considering:

    La vie, qu’elle soit longue ou brève
    Moi, tous mes rêves
    Je les prends toujours au sérieux
    Quand l’utopie brise les chaînes
    C’est l'oxygène,
    De ceux qui sont restés curieux

    Life, be it long or brief
    Me, all my dreams
    I always take them seriously
    When utopia breaks the chains
    It’s the oxygen,
    Of those who’ve remained curious

    From the song "L’Autre Rive" on Le Pollen.

    L’AUTRE RIVE
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora, Nanako Satoh
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Electric Bass - Morio Watanabe
    Marimba, Clarinet - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano - Masanori Sasaji

    PEPE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Kazuhiko Katoh
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Backing Vocals - Harumi Ohzora
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano, Synthesizer Bass - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    SANS PARLER D’AMOUR
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed and arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Drums - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Acoustic Piano - Nobuyuki Shimizu

    PERDU
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Michel Rivard
    Arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Acoustic Bass - Motohiko Hamase
    Drums, Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Electric Guitar - Kenji Omura, Yoshiaki Shirai
    Sopranino Saxophone - Mitsuru Sawamura
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada

    LA LETTRE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Keiichi Suzuki
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Folk Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    LE POLLEN
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yukihiro Takahashi
    Additional vocals by David Sylvian
    Drums, Prophoet-5 - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Gut Guitar - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5 - Yukihiro Takahashi
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    PARENTHESE
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed & arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Acoustic Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Emulator - Yasuaki Shimizu

    LES UNS ET LES AUTRES
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Nobuyuki Shimizu
    Drums - Tetsuro Kashibuchi
    Electric Bass - Hirobumi Suzuki
    Electric Guitar - Yoshiaki Shirai
    Prophet-5 - Keiichi Suzuki
    Prophet-5, Sequencer, Acoustic Piano - Tohru Okada
    Violin - Masahiro Takekawa

    DEMAIN
    Written and composed by Pierre Barouh
    Arranged by Yasuaki Shimizu
    Backing vocals - David Sylvian
    Acoustic Guitar - Takayuki Hijikata
    Drums - Hideo Yamaki
    Acoustic Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Prophet-5 - Yasuaki Shimizu
    Jupiter-8 - Masanori Sasaji
    Prophet-5 - Morio Watanabe

    SAINT PAUL DE VENCE (on bonus 7")
    Written by Pierre Barouh
    Composed by Francis Lai
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    BOULE QUI ROULE (on bonus 7")
    Written and composed by Daniel Lavoie
    Arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto

    Recorded July 1982 at Nippon Columbia Studio (Akasaka, Tokyo)
    Producer: Naoki Tachikawa
    Artistic direction: Ken Okada
    Engineered by: Toshimitsu Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Recorded by: Toshihiko Takahashi & Keishiro Sonoda
    Cover photo: Kishin Shinoyama
    Design: Haruo Koguchi

    Includes unlimited streaming of Le Pollen via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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