The third installment of Pierre de Gaillande's English translations of Georges Brassens songs. Featuring eleven new tracks recorded by an all star cast of musicians. Explores more musical territory while staying true to the original vision of Brassens' genius satirical, witty, unforgettable songs.
"franglais," Bad Reputation's newest release. Featuring nine American indie/punk/pop songs translated and performed in French by Pierre de Gaillande. Enjoy the hits you never knew you wanted to hear in French by Fugazi, Pixies, Violent Femmes, Minutemen, Bob Dylan, Camper Van Beethoven, Vic Chesnutt, and Justin Bieber! This is a very special collection of songs near and dear to Pierre's heart, and a project many years in the making.
Six new Pierre de Gaillande adaptations of classic French chanson, including five Georges Brassens, and the anti-war anthem "The Pacifist" by Boris Vian. Available September 29. Pre-order now.
The 2nd installment of Pierre de Gaillande's English translations and musical adaptations of Georges Brassens' timeless masterpieces.
The first installment of Pierre de Gaillande's English translations and adaptations of the works of legendary French songsmith Georges Brassens. Recorded with all-star backing band Bad Reputation.
Vinyl 7' (45 rpm) record featuring two songs, Poor Martin and the Bistro.
"Dead in the Water," the outstanding debut album from Sea Foxx, was released 2004. It has songs about Henry Darger (Creatures on the Wing,) misbehaving zealots (Easter Sunday Quaker Orgy) and driving tanks over sheep (French You.) Adrianne Mamet's mesmerizing and deeply soulful vocals float and soar in and around dark and compelling lyrics woven into irresistible melodies. The band features members of New York's indie-elite including Steve Calhoon (Skeleton Key, Enon) on drums, Pierre de Gaillande (Bad Reputation, Melomane, C. Gibbs Band) on guitar and vocals, Adrianne Mamet (Gigi Disco Rock, The Paparozzi, Calexico) on vocals, Jen Carey (Gogol Bordello, The Vanity Set) on tuba, Anna Moschavakis on violin and Earl Warren on keyboards.