L' Imprudence

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by Alain Bashung

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Performance Credits

Alain Bashung   Primary Artist,Harmonica
Marc Ribot   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Steve Nieve   Organ,Piano,Melodica,Moog Synthesizer,Clavier,Vibes,farfisa organ,Tubular Bells,Wurlitzer
Arto Lindsay   Electric Guitar
Martyn Barker   Percussion,Bongos,Drums
Mino Cinelu   Percussion,Chimes,Udu
Arnaud Devos   Guitar,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Marimbas,Vibes
Laurent Poget   Guitar
Ludovic Bource   Accordion,Glockenspiel,Clavier,Wurlitzer
Simon Edwards   Bass,Contrabass (Vocal),Bendir,Sentir,Basse,Bruits de Bouche

Technical Credits

Alain Bashung   Composer
Serge Plume   Direction
Benoît Urbain   Choir Arrangement
Sohrab Habibion   Engineer
Jean Fauque   Composer
Arnaud Rebotini   Composer
Arnaud Devos   Programming,Choir Arrangement
Mark Steylaerts   Direction
Geoff Sanoff   Engineer
Jean Lamoot   Arranger,Composer
Ludovic Bource   Composer,Programming,Choir Arrangement
Christophe Miossec   Composer

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L' Imprudence 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is a very good album, yet a very difficult one. The songs are all dark, with a dry sense of humor here and there. The musicians (Arto Lindsay, Marc Ribot among others) do a very good job creating an ambience not heard in a lot of other records. The only comparison seems to be with Scott Walker's Tilt. In Bashung's work, it sounds like the songs of Chatterton with the dark ambience of Fantaisie militaire although there is a lot more noise on this record (especially from Lindsay)... It's not a very catchy album, but I'm always listening to it.