29 July 2008

MORE FRESH FRENCH (..mostly..) VINTAGE STUFF : Franco Scopia Vol. 4 & Vol. 5


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Vol. 4 (18 tracks / 99 Mb) contains tracks from 1983 to 1987. French pop at its craziest..
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Vol. 5 (21 tracks / 99 Mb) contains tracks from the late 60s to early 80s.
Some Patrick Topaloff, Soeur Sourire, Djemila, Popoff, Il était une fois, Enrico Macias..
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Riped TODAY ! Edited, equalized, encoded & tagged by your favourite Durango !
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Enjoy !
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Vol. 4 :
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Vol. 5 :
And tell me what you think about those !

6 comments:

Sacagroins said...

Pour un amateur d'improbabilités musicales comme moi, cette saga Francoscopia est un raffinement de fin gourmet. Merci encore

Chester said...

HapiBlogging to you my friend! Have a nice day!

Melvillain said...

Awesome! thanks for this!

Samuel said...

Thank you very much for this. I downloaded it a while back and it is such a lovely and unique set of compilations. My favorites are on volume 4, including Abilene, Blossom Child, and Fun Fun.

Paul Durango said...

glad you enjoyed them!

M.O.R.E. soon..

thx for stopping by!

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Any middle-aged German Witch in Amerika, said...

Hello, I am quite a bit confused now.

A while ago I took the Francoscopia Vol.1-3 from your great blog, and I am listening to them again now. When I copied and pasted all text from your entries (I keep that saved at hand with all downloads, as I have seen too many blogs disappear), I know for sure that I have NOT seen Vol.4-6.

How is that possible? The upload date shows July 2008, but I was here in December and January.

I had opened all entries with german and french tags, and under France or "forgotten french" I had Francoscopia 1-3 and "Forgotten french tracks 1970-1979".

Today I am back to give thanks for those (I usually do that after several listens, to have a better opinion), and to my utter surprise I am seeing these Volumes 4-6.

Were they somehow invisible before? Like not visible to all viewers, or so?
Or am I just blind?

Anyway, I am very grateful to find these, I am really curious to hear these Volumes, too.
Thank you for your great blog!