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Tourist (Remastered)

St Germain

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In making its digital debut in June 2012, this seminal jazztronica album from 2000 received both sharp remastering and iTunes LP treatment. Producer/composer Ludovic Navarre was on the vanguard of the French electronic music scene that begat Daft Punk, Air, and Dimitri from Paris before releasing his sophomore album under the St. Germain moniker. Tourist continues to sound fresh, starting with the Marlena Shaw-sampling opening track, “Rose rouge,” and concluding with the vibraphone-driven funk-fueled closer “What You Think About….” Navarre masterfully balance programmed sounds with live performances by the likes of Jamaican guitar master Ernest Ranglin on “Montego Bay Spleen.”

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

One of the few producers to pursue a real fusion of jazz and house music, Frenchman Ludovic Navarre began recording in the early '90s using various aliases (Subsystem, Modus Vivendi, Deepside) for a range of French imprints. St. Germain debuted in 1994 for Laurent Garnier's F Communications label and Navarre released his first album, Boulevard, in 1996. Featuring trumpeter Pascal Ohse, the album worked as a hybrid of American R&B and jazz with the growing French house scene exemplified by Garnier,...
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