Import LP pressing. For this fourth album co-written with Jean Fauque, lyricist succeeding since "Novice" to Boris Bergman, the singer was inspired by an indication found on a partition of military march. A fantasy? Frankly, the twelve songs, on a long night journey, open wounds, scrutinize the sleep of beautiful hibernating woods, draw with two-way expressions the contours of a consciousness in phase of reconstruction after affective rupture. Rhythmic by Edith Fambuena's guitar (Valentines), "La nuit je mens" remains a classic as "nous-nous" or "Samuel Hall" (the latter co-written by Rodolphe Burger of Kat Onoma).
La nuit je mens
Ode à la vie
Au pavillon des lauriers
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