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Jean-François PauvrosGuitarist, man of action and of love. Unclassifiable, of course. After leaving the danceclub, he exploded onto the scene as the guitarist for the group Catalogue (with Jacques Berrocal and Gilbert Artman), before traversing the world in search of encounters with the likes of Arto Lindsay, Noël Akchoté, RED, Evan Parker, Aki Onda, poets Charles Pennequin and Gozo Yoshimasu... He proves himself as well as a singer of the blues with Jonathan Kane from The Swans, a singer of incantations with Keiji Haino, going as far as pop music with his cover of "Mon Homme"... With Makoto Kawabata he simultaneously reveals his rock'n'roll spirit and his poetic restraint, equipped with an extremely diverse force of expression.Makoto KawabataGuitarist, with his instrument grafted onto his skin. Furious leader of men at the heart of the group Acid Mothers Temple, impetuous virtuoso composer somewhere between contemporary music, hard rock (his first influences being Stockhausen and Deep Purple) and traditional music (his love for the Troubadours), he has played with David Allen of Gong, Damo Suzuki, André Minvielle... Although he has experimented with several other instruments (synth, homemade instruments, violin, sitar...), it is undoubtedly through his electric guitar that he expresses most firmly the heady aroma of the sound he calls "absolute". When he plays with JF Pauvros, they stretch themselves to the point of intoxication and deliver with their guitars alone a style and colour that is completely unique.(label info)
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