Un Drame Musical Instantané Bernard Vitet + Francis Gorgé + Jean-Jacques Birgé. Comes with a 12-page booklet presenting the concept of Opération Blow Up (as the 2nd Volume of URGENT MEETING). Even tracks 2 - 24 are listed along with performers (who collectively wrote music and lyrics). Odd tracks 1 - 23 : Opération Blow Up (Birgé-Vitet). Production P & C 1992 GRRR - Birgépub - . Matrix, Runout: GRRR 2020 MPO 01 @@.
Un Drame Musical Instantané. They borrowed their sources from rock (synthetizer player Birgé and guitarist Gorgé, both authors of the album, Défense de); jazz (trumpeter Vitet who founded the first free jazz band in France, together with François Tusques, as well as Michel Portal who played with many American and European jazzmen); classical modern music; as well as movies or world news; they were the first. Un Drame Musical Instantané which has always remain independent (they have always owned their own recording studio and record label GRRR) stopped its activities in 2008, Birgé remaining the only one on the music scene. And Vitet died on July 3, 2013.
The group's name means "an instantaneous musical drama," a fitting title for this French experimental group, active since the mid-'70s. Soon after that other musicians joined DMI, and the group often performed with up to 16 people on-stage or in the studio as the Grand Orchestra du Drame.
Taken from these sessions, their first album, Trop d'Adrenaline Nuit, came out on Grrr in 1977, a very freeform avant-garde record similar to AMM and MEV. By 1978 they began to play live, and in 1980 they began to compose music to supplement the improvised music. In 1981, they released their second LP, Rideau!, a far more lyrical effort, from studio and live recordings from the previous year.
Un Drame Musical Instantané: Since its creation in 1976, featuring Jean-Jacques Birge, Bernard Vitet and Francis Gorge, has decided to promote collective musical creation, co-signing their albums, which they consider as artworks in themselves, or their live shows which they try to renew every time they play. Crasse-tignasse, L'histoire du méchant Frédéric, L'histoire de Robert-qui-vole и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Since its creation in 1976, featuring Jean-Jacques Birge, Bernard Vitet and Francis Gorge, has decided to promote collective musical creation, co-signing their albums, which they consider as artworks in themselves, or their live shows which they try to renew every time they play.