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Jacques Higelin ‎– Bbh 75 (EMI)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : 2C 066 12.999
Style : Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Chanson

In 1974, Jacques Higelin underwent a transformative shift in his musical career. Prior to that, he dabbled in experimental folk, but it was marked by moments of tedium. Critics saw potential, but his success was modest. With “BBH 75,” he delved into genuine, hard-hitting rock. The album featured eight tracks, opening with the lively “Paris-New York, New York-Paris,” and continued with a blend of American blues-influenced guitars and Higelin’s distinctive voice. This transition showcased his mastery of the rock genre. Despite occasional deviations into intimate and sensual themes, the album maintained a bluesy, upbeat vibe. Higelin’s lyrics were unifying and often laced with humor, making him a prominent figure in French rock until 1981.

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A1 – Paris-New-York, N.Y. Paris
A2 – Cigarette
A3 – Mona Lisa Klaxson
A4 – Chaud, Chaud, Bizness-Show
B1 – Est-Ce Que Ma Guitare Est Un Fusil ?
B2 – Une Mouche Sur Ma Bouche
B3 – Oesophage Boogie, Cardiac’ Blues
B4 – Boxon

Weight 0,23 kg