French Connections

French Connections

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By 1978 disco culture was so central to the French entertainment media that the country's leading television personality was a transvestite ex-disco dancer. From the mid-eighties Paris evolved to become a leading force in hip-hop, dance and ambience, building the reputations of bands and DJs such as Orange, Motor Base, Air, Daft Punk, Mirwais and Etienne de Crecy. Their music has taken cross-over into the mainstream with Madonna using Mirwais for her 'Music' collection, Daft Punk appearing on a GAP television advertisement, Air laying the soundtrack to a major film, touring the world and collaborating with Beck, and Etienne de Crecy providing the award-winning soundtrack to the worldwide Renault campaign. Drawing on exclusive interviews by many of the leading names and aided by the French Music Bureau, the book will provide in-depth accounts on the growth of the biggest names in the scene, from inception to global domination.Drawing on exclusive interviews by many of the leading names and aided by the French Music Bureau, the book will provide in-depth accounts on the growth of the biggest names in the scene, from inception to global domination.


Title:French Connections
Author: Martin James
Publisher:Sanctuary Publishing - 2003
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