Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Oh No! Not Another Decerf ‽ ‽ ‽



Sorry but I just had to share this. J.P. and Marc Saclays cooked up these 11 platters full of well baked synth noodles on a bed of crispy drums with slinky guitar garnish. What? You're not hungry? Ok, we'll save it for later; midnight snack, maybe?

Sound . . . Space

25 comments:

house303 said...

Always hungry for Decerf...anytime will be fine with me...Thanks!...(-;

Anonymous said...

I love noodles in my decaf--- really I do.

LUCKYCLOUD said...

hahaha thats brutal!!!

fslmy said...

god yes, bring it ASAP!

fslmy said...

god yes, bring it ASAP!

Alex said...

yes sir, im so hungry
bring it :)

Boros said...

damn can't waaaaaaaait!!! thank youuuu

basso said...

I can wait ; )

Crazy said...

comeone comeone!! should be a nice one

STEFAN M— said...

Om nom nom nom.

Stefan M— • http://friendsound.wordpress.com

nico said...

Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks.

basso said...

"Warm Zone" is definitely in my "ten library tracks of all time" list. Thanks for posting this gem!

Alex said...

Great record, thank you.

litlgrey said...

Aieeeeee!!!! More Decerf/Saclays! The ignominy! What choice have I but to ingloriously download it to my hard drive and give it a listen!

Anonymous said...

Do you know a spanish group called Vainica doble? I think you would like it!

http://ponytone.com/streams/Caramelo%20De%20Limon.mp3

;)

thank you so much for your music, I really love this blog!!

basso said...

never heard of them, but it sure sounds nice. and what a lovely site you have lead. just added Ponytones to our blogroll.

Zeroy said...

Delos Chimney posted a youtube video of Caramelo De Limon last Summer. Two female vocalists with great voices but the band wasn't present. I remember doing a search and finding a pricey reissue and nada for the original lp. Ponytone is a nice visit. You have a lot of obscurities posted there. Thanks for this track.

Gianni aka Cesare Barbetta said...

I think I am gonna play "Light Drive" at next cosmic disco parties!
thank you Zeroy.

litlgrey said...

My fave Decerf was done for the CAM label about 1978 - "Black Safari."
One track is still posted at Waxidermy:

http://waxidermy.com/jean-pierre-decerf-and-gerard-zajd-out-of-the-way/

house303 said...

Here's another good one that can be found on this page:
http://projetpublipot.free.fr/

Of course I'm talking about Publipot on CAM...

http://projetpublipot.free.fr/publipot/projetpublipot.zip

Thanks to the good friend who originally led me to this great album!

litlgrey said...

I'm visiting L.A. right now but I simply MUST snap this up when I get home next week.

rene said...

wow, best 70s library synth pop I've heard in a long time (I listen to a lot...)
Thanks very much!

the saucer people said...

The more Dercerf I hear the more he shuffles onto the wonky shrine I have erected to the French gods of bizarre and demented prog-discoid-electro-kosmische; now he sits proudly next to JP Massiera, Bernard Fevre, Richard Pinhas, Marc Chantereau, Pierre-Alain Dahan & Slim Pezin in eternity....why he is not better known is beyond me...if records of this quality keep turning up no doubt we should expect a Finders Keepers or Mucho Gusto compilation
in the next year or two ;)

This is exactly why I keep returning to the Growing Bin and a sprinkling of other music blogs; it keeps my faith in sonic possibilities alive.

house303 said...

Would anybody have "Univers Spatial Pop" on CAM to share?

Anonymous said...

My personally favourite with medical support each 4 hours is :

"Schizoidia"

By J.P Decerf and M.Saclays

so sweet guitarring on with percussive cheesy spot on keyboard and high pitched synth very fatuozzisa !

ITALIAN CDR ARMY

any chance anyone has the "L'Illustration musicale"
By Swan and Warner Music for Loving/Laughing catalogue number IMLP 15?