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Femmouzes T. - First CD album of the female duo from Toulouse (and Brazil) composed by Rita Macedo and Françoise Chapuis, the "cousins" of the Fabulous Trobadors, rather reggae songs, with terrible lyrics and often humorous words.
|Duration||35 min 41|
|Language||French + Occitan|
Femmouzes T. (Album CD)
The first CD album of the female duo composed by Rita Macedo and Françoise Chapuis, the "cousins" of the Fabulous Trobadors.
The tchatche, the rhythm, the accent, the Duo de choc takes us to the heart of Toulouse and travels to Brazil without any annoyance. They pour a reggae of the soil (hear with local instruments, like the piano of the poor) accompanied by caustic words and often full of humor. One thinks of Massilia, a feminine version, or Zebda: yes, the two Occitan supermothers of Femmouzes T. disconcert.
The songs were written by Rita Macédo, Françoise Chapuis, Claude Sicre, Roger Pagès, Caetano Veloso, Dorival Caymmi, Haroldo Barbosa, Janet de Almeida, J. Gaudas, A. Minvielle, Bernard Lubat, E. Waldteufel, H. Teixeira, L. Gonzaga, Dodô, Osmar.
Recorded and mixed at Studio 2JL in Montauban.
Femmouzes T. (from « famous trobairitz » neologism occitano-english for famous troubadours woman) is a popular music group inspired by Brazilian culture and French chanson, formed in 1992 by Françoise Chapuis (voice, pandeiro) and Rita Macedo (Voice, accordion).
Rita Macedo and Françoise Chapuis met in Toulouse in 1990. Two years later, inspired by the Fabulous Trobadors, they formed the duo Femmouzes T. Three tracks written by Claude Sicre appear on their first album, released in June 1996.
01 - St Sernin - 03:09
02 - Tolosa Tango - 03:03
03 - Il faut payer - 03:15
04 - Cajuina - 02:39
05 - Parle d'amour - 03:39
06 - Olympe de Gouges - 03:08
07 - Madame - 02:44
08 - C'est Carnaval - 03:13
09 - St Just Blues - 03:15
10 - La Valse (Amour au printemps) - 02:02
11 - Baiao - 02:56
12 - Plage du Capitole - 03:17
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