Brodé Tango s/t cassette

Brodé Tango s/t k7 coverBrodé Tango (Bruno Chapoutot) on the cover of Germain Hubert Ales, 1982Brodé Tango cassetteSticker on cassette

01 Petit r’d’roll de siamois au Tonkin (3:20)
02 Les Tristes Aventures d’un Gros Bonnet (3:40)
03 Première Cordée (3:29)
04 L’Automne A Béguin (3:37)
05 De La Guerre Froide (2:40)
06 Le Sens Du Poêle (3:52)
07 Päte A Modeler (2:38)
08 Il Se Sent Sonné ? (2:04)

Total time 25:18
Self released cassette, France, 1986

This was Bruno Chapoutot’s first release as Brodé Tango, after his duo Germain Hubert Ales (mini-LP on AAA, 1982), the Rock Feller trio (mini-LP on AAA, 1983) and the Look De Bouk band (‘Lacrimae Rerum’ LP, AYAA, 1985). Note: AAA stands for ‘A l’Autome Allité’ – as for AYAA, I don’t know. A gifted guitar player, Chapoutot is also a poetic composer who put Satie back into rock’n’roll, in a way comparable to what like-minded maverick Pascal Comelade was doing at the time. Brodé Tango is part of a parallel universe where asteroids are nammed ‘An Der Schönen Blauen Donau’ [>] or ‘Trois Lapins’ [>]. This cassette has been a favorite since I got it in the late 1980s and time did not erode Brodé Tango’s music singularities, merely amplifying the uniqueness of its ingredients: naive, tender and handsome.

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15 Responses to “Brodé Tango s/t cassette”

  1. 1 Scott April 22, 2009 at 10:10 pm

    French avant garde artists usually give me goose bumps. So I gotta give it a listen. Thanks

  2. 3 Song Yong April 23, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    Very delighted to visit here and find out a lot of obsecure(I guess) stuff but many are really good. Thanks for your good work!

  3. 4 David April 25, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    Keep trying to download this but it keeps stopping after a few MB. Hope it’s a temporary problem with Mediafire.

  4. 5 Dave April 25, 2009 at 8:52 pm

    I can’t get this to download either.

  5. 7 klomp April 25, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    link seems dead … ?

  6. 8 Dave April 25, 2009 at 11:28 pm

    Thanks a bunch for fixing this … and for having such an awesome blog.


  7. 9 David April 26, 2009 at 11:06 am

    Thanks for the re-up Continuo – much appreciated.

  8. 10 gidouille August 3, 2009 at 12:25 am

    So, if I understand you correctly, Bruno Chapoutot is Dorian Feller? Is Jerry Goal, who is also on Rock Feller, then Jean Cael of Hellebore and Toupidek?

  9. 11 continuo August 3, 2009 at 7:49 am

    Jean Caël and Jerry Goal are unrelated, as far as I know.

    Brodé Tango=
    Dorian Feller (Bruno Chapoutot)

    Rock Feller =
    Joss Mandall
    Jerry Goal
    Dorian Feller (Bruno Chapoutot)

    Look de bouk=
    Etienne Himalaya
    Kwettap Ieuw
    Denis Tagu
    Dorian Feller (Bruno Chapoutot)

    Germain Hubert Alès=
    Etienne Himalaya
    Dorian Feller (Bruno Chapoutot)

    Toupidek Limonade=
    Denis Tagu
    Jean Caël
    Kwettap Ieuw

    Hellebore= [+]
    Alain Casari
    Antoine Gindt
    Daniel Koskowitz
    Denis Tagu
    Jean Caël

  10. 12 gidouille August 3, 2009 at 9:30 am

    Thanks for clearing that up. I am familiar with most of those, although I didn’t know Himalaya was part of GHA. There’s also Szentendre, which was Caël, Daniel Koskowitz, Denis Tagu and Don Ziestak.

  11. 13 Romain December 22, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    My friend Bruno just ask me to add this link. You can hear new Brodé Tango songs just realeased this month here:

    Thanks for your comments!!! Friendly.


    PS: Jerry Goal= Jerome Hinault=Dorian Feller= Bruno Chapoutot

  12. 14 continuo December 24, 2009 at 6:04 pm

    Thanks for your comment and information, Romain. I’ll be back to you when looking for details on the Brodé Tango/Rock Feller/Look de Bouk saga.

  13. 15 dom January 5, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    Joss Mandall also played in the group Six Cyclindres en V

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