abbreviations of instruments
b = bass
cga = congas
dr = drums
(progr. = programming)
el-b = electric bass
g = guitar
el-g = electric guitar
(rh = rhythm ; s = solo)
midi g = midi guitar
p = piano
ts = tenor sax
voc = vocals





click images to enlarge

 


DEBS HDD 523


DEBS INTERNATIONAL DD 26.15.2
Brother Meeting / André Condouant
recorded: November 4, 1970 in Paris
original issue: 1971, LP DEBS HDD 523 ;
re-release: 1999, CD DISQUE DEBS INTERNATIONAL DD 26.15.2 ;
other issues: MARUBENI MCD-2003 (Japan) ; DEBS MUSIC 425768 ; NEXT MUSIC 023155

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g); EDDY LOUISS (p); PERCY HEATH (b); CONNIE KAY (dr)













  1. Brother Meeting

  2. Blues For Wes

  3. Short B. N.

  4. Poema

  5. Ballad For Annie

  6. Astrakan


   All tracks written by André Condouant
   
Original liner notes by Maurice Cullaz, President Jazz Academy France
It is with an irony tinged with bitterness, that the very good French guitarist André Condouant found out that he had really begun to make himself known to French metropolitan Jazz amateurs, thanks to the excellent recording he made a few years ago in Germany under the label SABA/MPS with such people as Leo Wright, Carmell Jones, Jimmy Woode, Fritz Pauer and Joe Nay, without forgetting Annie Ross. Three reasons can explain the relatively recent discovery of André Condouant by the French: first of all his arrival to Paris from his natal Guadeloupe dates back only to 1957. Moreover he was not to stay in Paris for a long time. Secondly from 1962 until last year, André had lived (and enormously worked) in Sweden, and in Scandinavia, as well as in Germany. And last of all, and this, alas, is not to be put to the credit of the old French Jazz amateurs, there has been, up to the past ten or fifteen years, a prejudice against musicians of West Indian birth, who were supposed to play "their music" better than anyone else but were poorly gifted for Jazz music. Such an opinion seems outrageous to us, who every day, can listen to West-lndian Jazz musicians such as Jacky Samson, Jacques Coursil, Bib Monville, Robert Mavounzy, and others. In the USA, let it be said, things never were so. It´s a pity observing in what esteem their are held with, musicians born in the West-lndies, or musicians whose parents came from there, like: Art Taylor, Sonny Rollins, Wynton Keely, Cecil Payne, Walter Bishop, Kenny Drew, and many others. In Scandinavia and in Germany, André began a very good career side by side with musicians such as Idrees Sulieman, Leo Wright, Dexter Gordon, Kenny Drew, Benny Bailey, Ray Brown, Booker Ervin, Jaky Byard, Billy Brooks... But listening to a good record is so much more convincing than the text printed on the back of an album. From the "groovy blues" of the beautiful title 'Brother Meeting', to 'Astrakan' without forgetting another "groovy blues": 'Blues For Wes', 'Short B N', 'Poema' and 'Ballad For Annie'. André Condouant, Eddy Louiss, Percy Heath and Connie Kay will nothing but bewitch you, while confirming their value, if this was neccessary.
  Original notes de Maurice Cullaz, Président l'Académie du Jazz
C'est avec un ironie teintée d´amertume que le très bon guitariste André Condouant a pu constater qu´il n´avait vraiment commancé à se faire connaitre des amateurs de Jazz de la France Métropolitaine que par l'excellent disque qu'il a enregistré, il y a quelques années en Allemagne, sous l'étiquette SABA/MPS, aux coté de Pony Poindexter, Leo Wright, Carmell Jones, Jimmy Woode, Fritz Pauer et Joe Nay, ainsi que Annie Ross. La découverte relativement récente par les français de la métropole d´André Condouant peut s´expliquer par trois raison: En premier lieu, son arrivée de sa Guadeloupe natale en France métropolitaine, à Paris, ne date que de 1957. Il ne devait d´ailleurs pas demeurer longtemps à Paris. En second lieu, à partir de 1962 et jusqu´à l'anée passée, André avait vécu (et énormément tavaillée) en Suède, et dans les pays Scandinaves ainsi qu'en Allemagne. Enfin, et ceci, hélàs, n´est pas à l´honneur des vieux amateurs de Jazz de la France métropolitaine, il y eut, jusqu'à ces dix ou quinze dernières années, un préjugé contre les musiciens d´origine Antillaise, qui étaient supposés jouer mieux que quiconque "leur musique"... la musique Antillaise... mais étaient médiocrement doués pour la musique de Jazz. Une telle opinion semble monstrueuse pour nous qui pouvons écouter quotidiennement, les musiciens de Jazz Antillais ou d´ascendance Antillaise de la classe de Jacky Samson, Jacques Coursil, Bib Monville, Robert Mavounzy et d´autres. Aux Etats-Unis, notons le bien, les choses, n'ont jamais été de même: Il suffit de constater en quelle estime sont tenus, par leur confrères et par les amateurs de Jazz, des musiciens nés dans les "Iles" ou dont les parents sont venus des West-Indies: Art Taylor, Sonny Rollins, Wynton Keely, Cecil Payne, Walter Bishop, Kenny Drew, et des centaines d´autres. Dans les pays Scandinaves et en Allemagne, André Condouant commença une très belle carrière aux côtés de musiciens comme Idrees Sulieman, Leo Wright, Dexter Gordon, Kenny Drew, Benny Bailey, Ray Brown, Booker Ervin, Jaky Byard, Billy Brooks... Mais l´audition d´un bon disque est tellement plus convaincante que le texte imprimé au verso de la pochette... Depuis le "groovy blues" qui porte ce si beau titre 'Brother Meeting' jusqu´à 'Astrakan' en passant par un autre "groovy blues": 'Blues For Wes', 'Short B N', 'Poema' et 'Ballad For Annie' André Condouant, Eddy Louiss, Percy Heath et Connie Kay ne feront que vous enchanter tout en confirmant, si besoin en était, leur valeur.
 
       


Original liner notes
After ten years of silence, André Condouant comes back with a new album. Its title could make one believe that he has chosen the disco fashion, but don´t be confused by words and fashions, his music shows us what he has been doing since his excellent album 'Brother Meeting'. Originally from Guadeloupe, André Condouant had his lessons with the greatest Jazz names, such as: Bud Powell, Dexter Gordon,


Leo Wright, Carmell Jones and many others. André Condouant has made his career particularly in Germany, where he lived during six years, in Sweden, in Canada and in Guadeloupe where he settled in 1973. His wish was to come back to his roots. Now he is in France again, where he is not very well known unfortunately. This album will allow the French public to discover the not so common qualities of this great guitarist.
Mireille Mercier
Happy Funk / André Condouant
recorded: November 20, 21 & 24, 1979 at Studio Sysmo Records in Paris
mixed: January 4, 1980 at Studio Debs in Guadeloupe

original issue: 1980, LP DEBS HDD 662 (Sonodisc Distribution)
re-issue: CD & LP NEXT MUSIC 052463

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (el-g [rh. & s.]); RICHARD RAUX (ts); MICHEL GRAILLIER (el-p); SYLVAIN MARC (el-b); TONY RABESON (dr); JEAN-PIERRE COCO (cga); recorded by DOMINIQUE SAMARCQ, GILLES ROUSSEL, HENRI DEBS (prod.); mixed by HENRI DEBS, KURT MUNKACSI











  Side A

  1. Happy Funk

  2. Super Chic

  3. I Want Another Life


  Side B

  1. As You Like It

  2. Flying Saucer
 (Burt Ekoff)

  All tracks written by André Condouant except where indicated
     



DEBS HDD 708





DEBS CDD 26-62-2
André Condouant Quartet
recorded: November 21, 1981 in Paris
issued: 1981, LP DEBS HDD 708 ;
re-issued on  Friends Meeting - Alain Jean-Marie, André Condouant  (see below)

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g); ALAIN JEAN-MARIE (p); PATRICE CARATINI (b);
OLIVER JOHNSON (dr)













Side A

1. Trane's Mirror

2. Hubb's Bag

3. Bubble Gum


Side B

1. Groovin' Up

2. Island Song

3. Kako


 All tracks written by André Condouant





Friends Meeting / Alain Jean-Marie, André Condouant
issued: December 2004, DEBS CDD 26-62-2

#
1,3,5,7,9,11 from Grand Prix Django Reinhardt '79 - Alain Jean-Marie,
recorded: November 26, 1979 in Paris.
ALAIN JEAN-MARIE (p); GUS NEMETH (b); AL LEVITT (dr)

#
2,4,6,8,10,12 from André Condouant Quartet
recorded: November 21, 1981 in Paris.
ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g); ALAIN JEAN-MARIE (p); PATRICE CARATINI (b);
OLIVER JOHNSON (dr)


  1. Short Play
  2. Groovin' Up
  3. Bongo Bop
  4. Island Song
  5. Skylark
  6. Hubb's Bag
  7. Al's Groove
  8. Kako
  9. Cosmonaute
10. Bubble Gum
11. Jeanine
12. Trane's Mirror
(A. Jean-Marie)
(A. Condouant)
(Charlie Parker)
(A. Condouant)
(Hoagy Carmichael / Johnny Mercer)
(A. Condouant)
(Al Levitt)
(A. Condouant)
(A. Jean-Marie)
(A. Condouant)
(Duke Pearson)
(A. Condouant)
     
Banana Zook / André Condouant
recorded: 1986 at Studio Zouk le Terreur in Guadeloupe
issued: 1987, LP DEBS HDD 2445 (Sonodisc Distribution)

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (lead voc, solo g, g accp on #
A3 & #B3, arr); PATRICK ARTERO (tp); LIONEL JOUOT (tb); ALLEN HOIST (ts); YVES HONORE (rhythm g); JOSÉ VULBEAU (p, synth); FRÉDÉRIC CARACAS (b, dr progr.); TONY LODIN (dr, choir); TANYA ST. VAL, JANE FOSTIN, WILLY SALZEDO (choir); HENRI DEBS (recording, mixing)

Side A
  1. Tèt Pété
  2. An Nou Enmé Nou
  3. Lenbé


Side B
  1. Fanm La La
  2. Gadé Douvan'w
  3. La Vi Bel


  All tracks written by André Condouant
     


Original liner notes
Jazz, Jazzouk, Biguine Jazz, Zouk Blues, André nous offre ce savoureux cocktail de sons Caribéens. Des thèmes de toute beauté, magistralement interprétés, avec sa guitare midi, André nous entraine dans son ouragan musical. "None´s Like Him". Aves ce disque, il nous fait découvrir la sensibilité et la fougue des racines de son art. Bravo André!!! Thanks For All, Laurence Carril
Thanks For All / André Condouant
Caribbean Dream Digital Sounds
recorded: 1989 at Studio La Terreur in Guadeloupe
original issue: 1989, LP DEBS HDD 2464 (Sonodisc Distribution)
re-issue: SONODISC MUSISOFT 52463

#
2 also on Zoukenstrumental - Various Artists
1992, DEBS CDD 1318-2 BB 50   
>> see disco 3

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (midi-g, dr progr.); BIBI LOUISON (p, strings, solo on #A2);
JOSÉ VULBEAU (el-p on #A3); FRÉDERIC CARACAS (el-b);
HENRI DEBS (prod.; engineer, assisted by DANIEL KISSOUN)


Side A
  1. Blues For Laurence
  2. None's Like You
  3. Touloulou
  (Al Lirvat / Martinales)
  4. Zafé Melé

Side B
  1. Fly Me To Rio
  2. Thanks For All
  3. Etius
  4. Chauffe Biguine La
  (Al Lirvat)

All tracks written by André Condouant except where indicated
     

Clean & Class / André Condouant  Alain Jean-Marie
recorded: January 1997 
original issue: March 3, 1997, KARAC MUSIC KC 0653 (Mélodie Distribution)
re-issued: KARAC PRODUCTIONS 313550 (Night and Day Distribution)

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g); ALAIN JEAN-MARIE (p)





























  1. Au Private

  2. Footprints

  3. The Crowd

  4. Someday My Prince Will Come

  5. Jonathan's Blues

  6. Star Eyes

  7. Green Dolphin Street

  8. Lush Life

  9. Baby... L.

10. Julian's Mood

11. Bluesette

12. Turning Point

13. What Is This Thing Called Love

14. Stella By Starlight

(Charlie Parker)

(Wayne Shorter)

(A. Condouant)

(Graham Kendrick)

(A. Condouant)

(Gene de Paul / Don Raye)

(Bronislaw Kaper / Ned Washington)

(Billy Strayhorn)

(A. Condouant)

(Julian Priester)

(Toots Thielemans)

(A. Condouant)

(Cole Porter)

(Victor Young / Ned Washington)
     



CHRISTMUSIC


Eglise A.C.R.J.C
Gospel Swing / André Condouant
recorded: 2002 at KARAC Studio, Guadeloupe
issued: summer 2003 Eglise A.C.R.J.C ; April 19, 2013 CHRISTMUSIC, ASIN: B00CK1C6EK

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g, p-, b- & dr-progr., arr.); JOCELYN MÉNARD (ts & ss on #3 & 9);
produced by Eglise ACRJC

























  1. Il N'y A Que Toi

  2. Quand Je Contemple Ta Sainteté

  3. Ma Joie De T'Appartenir Ou C'est Vers Toi

  4. Nous Voici Seigneur

  5. Les Cieux Proclament

  6. A Tes Pieds

  7. Viens Mon Âme Te Réclame

  8. Garde Moi

  9. Jesus Est Le Grand Vainqueur

10. Nous Te Bénissons

11. Dieu Est Là

12. Parce Qu'il Vit

(unknown)

(© W. & C. Perrin)

(Claude Fraysse)

(Graham Kendrick)

(Noel & Tricia Richards)

(© Charly Siounath)

(Russel)

(unknown)

(unknown)

(Bob Fitts)

(unknown)

(unknown)
     

Traditionals from Guadeloupe and own compositions. Coolin' & Relaxin' / André Condouant
recorded: April 29, 2005 at Debs Studio in Pointe-à-Pitre/Guadeloupe
issued: December 2005, DEBS CDD 26-67-2

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g, voc #1-3,5,7-9,12; arr.); PIPO GERTRUDE (voc #6); DOMINIQUE BÉROSE (p);
JEAN-PIERRE GIRONDIN (b); TONY LODIN (dr, voc #4)
: RIGOBERT MONPIERRE (rec. eng.); HENRI DEBS (rec.,prod., mix.)
























  1. Ti Paule

  2. Misyé Michel

  3. Femme Martinique Doux

  4. Eulalie

  5. Ka’Y Ka Fèt

  6. Pa Ni Pi Bèl Ki Vou

  7. Blue Dreams

  8. Give Me A Break

  9. What

10. Parfum Des Îles

11. The Night

12. No More Zouk

(DR)

(P. Malahel)

(F. Charles Denis ‘Francisco’)

(DR)

(H. Debs/A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(Ed. Pajaniandy “Mariépin”)

(Bernie Brainin)

(A. Condouant)
     


Tracks 2 and 10 are new recordings of songs that were previously released, #2 on Brother Meeting, #10 on Happy Funk.

The Mad Man / André Condouant
recorded: 2009 at Debs Studio in Pointe-à-Pitre/Guadeloupe
issued: December 2009, DEBS MUSIC CD HFD 3036

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (g, arr., prod.); PAUL LAY (p); ALEX DUQUE (b); TONY LODIN (drums, perc); JEAN-LUC GILLES (dr progr. 7 & 12, perc)
; HENRI DEBS (rec. & mix.)
























  1. The Mad Man

  2. Brother Meeting

  3. Di Yo Sa Ba’n Mwen

  4. For Boobs

  5. Remember

  6. Teach Me Tonight

  7. Ayen Pa Pèd

  8. Julia’s Mood

  9. Here's That Rainy Day

10. Flying Saucer

11. For You

12. As You Like

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(Gene De Paul)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)

(Jimmy Van Heusen)

(Burt Ekoff)

(A. Condouant)

(A. Condouant)
     


  Recording by André Condouant and Alain Jean-Marie in 2012 is unpublished.


   
     
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André Condouant's compositions, arrangement- & other work appear on:



  Later / Al Lirvat et son orchestre de La Cigale
recorded: probably between 1969 and 1975 in Paris
issued: 1975 LP DEBS INTERNATIONAL HDD 555 (stereo) ; CD

AL LIRVAT (tb); MARCEL LOUIS-JOSEPH (ts); ALAIN JEAN-MARIE (p); EDDY ATANGANA (b); PHILLIPPE FAURIEN (dr); guests: RAYMOND LEBLOND (t-cl); EMILIEN ANTILE (a-cl); HENRI TISCHITZ (b #A2-3, #B1); LUCIEN DOBAT (dr #A2 & 3)


Side A
  1. The Darktown Strutter's Ball
  2. Blues For Madeleine
  3. Work And Play


Side B
  1. Madame Becassine
  2. Later
  3. In The Mood

(Shelton Brooks)
(Al Lirvat)
(André Condouant) *


(Sidney Bechet)
(Al Lirvat)
(Garland / Razaf)
   

Possession
issued: 1978, LP PHILIPS 9101 250 (France) , MUSIC-BOX SMB 40061 (Greece), PHILIPS 9199 892 (Italy) ; 1979, LP ARIOLA 200 476, 200 476--320, MC ARIOLA 400 476-352 (Germany)

(arr., cond., prod.)


Side A
  1. Possess Me
  2. Happy Alive And Kicking
  3. Sabar From Zanzibar


Side B
  1. Living And Dancing
  2. Black Dracula
  3. Lollipop Sucker

(Tony Sanchez)
(Tony Sanchez / André Condouant) *
(Tony Sanchez)


(Tony Sanchez)
(Tony Sanchez)
(Tony Sanchez)
    Notes: (P) 1978 by Candelario S. Production
English lyrics by G. Collinet and Had j M. Diop
Stylist: Paco Rabanne




Galaxy ‎/ Super Swing International
issued: 1981, LP DISQUES SONICS 79409 (France)

Olivier Huteman* (p #A2); Alex Jabot (g, choir); Tanya Concko (voc #A2); Claude Desplan, Roger Plunket Plonquitte* (voc, choir); Michel Alibo (b); Georges Desplan (dr), Jean-Michel Truong* (dr #A2); Edouard Cabarrus (cga); Jean-Pierre Coco (perc #A2), José Marie (perc); ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (arr.); Eddy Gustave, Jean-Paul Misset* (eng., mix)


Side A
  1. Anniversaire  (Roger Plunket*)
  2. Dr. Piment  (Glenn Ferris)

Side B
  1. Alezement  (Roger Plunket*)
  2. Paix Dans Le Monde  (Alex Jabot)
 
     



1991 DEBS 2660


1992 DEBS
click images to enlarge Les Immortelles Chansons Antillaises / Henri Debs
Orchestre sous la direction d'André Condouant
recorded: September 27-29, 1983
issued: February 1984 LP & MC DEBS HDD 2404
; 1991 DEBS 2660; 1992 DEBS

HENRI DEBS; RONALD TULLE; FRÉDÉRIC CARACAS; ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (orchestra direction); GLENN FERRIS...


  1. On Ti Ponch
  2. Ninon
  3. Ban Nou lè
  4. Ba'n Mwen On Ti Bo
  5. Mi Peyi An Nou
  6. Adieu Foulard
  7. N'aimez Pas Sur Cette Terre
  8. La Ronde Des Cuisinières
  9. Adam Et Eve
10. Créoles Aux Yeux Si Doux
 
     

Turbopunch / Eddy La Viny
issued: 1987, LP BARAKA ‎BRK 8801 c Editions Baraka & P. Debs (France)

Freddy Hovsepian, Patrick Artero (tp); Lionel Jouot (tb); Allen Hoist (sax); Eddy La Viny (voc, choir); Jane Fostin, Tanya St Val*, Tony Lodin, Willy Salzedo (choir); Patrick Parole (g); Jane Fostin (voc #B1); José Vulbeau (p, synth.); Daniel Kissoun (dr); E. La Viny*, G. Sommaire* (comp. #A3, B3), G. La Viny* (comp. #B2), P. La Viny (comp. #A3); ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (arr.); Frédéric Caracas* (arr., b, dr); Henri Debs (eng., dir., mix, prod.); Denis Bourgeois (prod.)


Side A
  1. Turbopunch
  2. Voye Lymie
  3. Zouk Infernale

Side B
  1. Antillaise
  2. Pa Touche Poud
  3. Escale Tropicale
 
     



Henri Debs Artiste Invité Max Severin
issued: 1988 LP DEBS ‎HDD 2450 (France)

arrangers: ANDRÉ CONDOUANT (#A2, B1), Henri Debs, Mauricio Smith (#A4, B3, B4), Patrick Artero (#A1, A3, B2); Daniel Kissoun, Henri Debs (engineers, mix); Patrick Artero, Philippe Slominski (tp); Allen Hoist (tb #A1, A3, B2), Jean-Louis Damant (tb); Jean-Pierre Solves (sax #A2, B1); Henri Debs (voc #A1-3, B1-4), Max Severin (voc #A1, A2, B1); Christiane Obydol, Eric Brouta, Jane Fostin, Tanya St Val*, Tony Lodin, Willy Salzedo (choir); Henri Debs, Philippe D'Huy (g #A3, A4, B3, B4); Anaid Adjemian, Arnold Eidus, Gene Orloff, Mathew Raimondi*, Max Ellen (v); Fred Zlotkin, Richard Locker (cello #A4, B3); Henri Debs (p #A3, A4, B3, B4), Luc Léandry (p #A2, A3, B1); José Vulbeau (p, synth. #A1, B2); Luc Léandry (b #A2, B1), Frédéric Caracas* (b, sequenced #A1, A3, B2, B4); Eric Brouta (sequenced #A2, B1), Yves Honoré (sequenced #A4, B3)


Side A
  1. An Ké Bo'w La
  2. Ka'w Fé Vyé Fré
  3. Sa Yo Vlé Vwé La Pé Ké Rivé
  4. Lanmou E Mwen


Side B
  1. A Wi Sa Byen Bon
  2. Sen Michel Awkanj
  3. Lettre D'Amour
  4. Le Loup,La Biche Et Le Chevalier

     (Une Chanson Douce)

(Henri Debs)
(Henri Debs)
(Henri Debs)
(H. Debs / Gérard La Viny)



(Henri Debs)
(Henri Debs)
(Henri Debs / J. Blot, M. Drapeau)
(Henri Salvador / M. Pon*)
     

Zouk Is Good For You / Eddy La Viny
issued: 1989 LP DEBS HDD 2467

ANDRÉ CONDOUANT, Frédéric Caracas* (arr.); Jane Fostin, Klod Fostin, Willy Salzedo, Yves Honoré (choir)


Side A
  1. Zouk Is Good For You
  2. Lambi La
  3. On Ti Mélodi
  4. C'est Quoi Ça

Side B
  1. Mère Célibataire
  2. Madenm En Mwin
  3. Coeur À Zéro
  4. Antillaise - Hommage À La Femme Noire
 
     

  Klod Fostin / Klod Fostin
issued: 1996, DEBS

  1. Fo Pa Nou Fe Nou Mal
  2. Totalman Lov
  3. Touve On Solisyon
  4. Pwomes
  5. Me Fo'w Chwazi
  6. Melodi Lanmou
  7. Zanmi La Pou Sa
  8. Je Ne Serai Plus A Lui
  9. Fo Pa Nou Fe Nou Mal
10. Je Ne Serai Plus A Lui
(K. Fostin / E. Brouta)
(K. Fostin / L. Leandry)
(A. Condouant)
(L. Léandry / H. Debs / K. Fostin)
(K. Fostin / F. Caracas)
(K. Fostin)
(P. Vallot)
(H. Debs / A. Condouant)

     

  Tanya Saint-Val / Tanya Saint-Val
issued: 1988, FLARENASCH 180 482

  1. Pouki Tou Sa
  2. Chalè
  3. Lov' Majik
  4. Calin
  5. Tamboo
  6. Chanjé Ti Bwen
  7. Stop
  8. Mété'w Cool
  9. Vini Vwè Mwen
(Willy E. Salzedo)
(Willy E. Salzedo)
(F. Caracas)
(T. St.-Val)
(T. St.-Val / Ch. Joseph-Lockel)
(T. St.-Val / A. Condouant)
(F. Caracas)
(T. St.-Val / Willy E. Salzedo)
(T. St.-Val / F. Caracas)
     

click image to enlarge Tanya Saint-Val / Tanya Saint-Val
issued: 1987, DEBS HD 2447
recorded & mixed: 1987 at Studio Zouk La Terreur in Guadeloupe by Henri Debs &
Willy Salzedo, Frederic Caracas, Christian Joseph-Lockel and Daniel Kissoun


Side A
  1. Chalè
  2. Lov' Majik
  3. Calin

Side B
  1. Vini Vwè Mwen
  2. Carole
  3. Soley Ké Lévé
  4. Chanjé Ti Bwen

(W. E. Salzedo)
(F. Caracas)
(T. St.-Val)


(music: F. Caracas, T.St.-Val / lyrics: T.St.-Val)
(W. E. Salzedo)
(C. Joseph-Lockel)
(music: André Condouant / lyrics: T. St.-Val)

musical direction: Frederic Caracas; arrangers: Willy Salzedo (A1, B2), Tanya St. Val (A3), Frederic Caracas (A2, B1), Christian Joseph-Lockel (B3), Daniel Kissoun (percussions), André Condouant (B4)
     

further information
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My Conchi - Al Lirvat     (André Condouant)
     

    Baby Baby - Ibo Simon    (Ibo Simon / André Condouant)
issued: DISQUE CELINY
     






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