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Album Review

Of the many Pascal Obispo albums released over the course of the variété française giant's illustrious career, Welcome to the Magic World of Captain Samouraï Flower is perhaps the oddest. It's a loosely tied together concept album in which he adopts the moniker Captain Samouraï Flower, dresses like a militarized Zorro, and sings fantastical songs with an idealistic ecological bent. The Beatles' Summer of Love opus Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) is clearly an influence, in terms of costume as well as musical style. "Le Drapeau" is particularly interesting in that it's a rewrite of Coldplay's international smash hit "Viva la Vida" from a year earlier.


Born: 08 January 1965 in Bergerac, Dordogne, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The major French pop star of the mid-'90s, Pascal Obispo sold consistently beginning with his 1993 debut, Plus Que Tout Au Monde. Noted arranger Jean-Claude Vannier (who had worked with Serge Gainsbourg) helped out on 1995's Un Jour Comme Aujourd'hui, and the album became a platinum success story. With the release of his third LP Superflu...
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