Safe & Sounds: Safe & Sounds #23 – François R. Cambuzat

François R. Cambuzat – Copyright The Music is Talking – 01

This Corona stuff really sucks ey! Since we might all be bound by borders for a while, we’d like to come together and share some happiness in the shape of a playlist or mix!

In the next days and weeks, check out Safe & Sounds, where we will figuratively introduce you to and put you in touch with music whizzes, featuring their selections, collections and picks from all around the globe.

Be “Safe & Sounds” and wash your hands!



LILI BOULANGER – Theme et Variations
KıZıLBAŞ – Desa Khuresa & Mikail Aslan
UZEDA – Stomp
PUTAN CLUB – Filles de Mai
MILLY – Parlami d’amore mariù
DEAD COMBO – Povo Que Caís Descalço – A Bunch of Meninos
YUSEF LATEEF – Love Theme From ‘Spartacus’
THE YOUNG GODS – Figure sans nom – Data Mirage Tangram
IFRIQIYYA ELECTRIQUE – Nafta Naghara – Laylet el Booree

« Hurry to transmit your share of wondrous, rebellion, humanity, otherwise you will be late for life, immediate life. » René Char

François R. Cambuzat founded Ifriqiyya Electrique, the Trans-Aeolian Transmission, Putan Club, L’ Enfance Rouge,  il Gran Teatro Amaro, la République du Sauvage, The Kim Squad & Machine Rouge/Krasnaya Mashina and released about 22 albums and performed over 5000 concerts all over the planet.

It is no longer the composition or the harmony that interests François R. Cambuzat, but the conception of a flight & a fall – even more for the listener than for the musician. The duende, dear to Federico Garcia Lorca, is at the center of his music.

He is currently working on various pandemics with revolutionary women, Uyghur musicians, Saharian healers, Kurdish dedes, Maoris hakas, Lotfi Bouchnak (TN), Lydia Lunch (USA), Eugene S. Robinson (USA) and Denis Lavant (F).


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