THE GROUNDBREAKING 60’S & 70’S SOUND OF PIERRE BAROUH’S PIONEERING FRENCH LABEL SARAVAH, MIXING JAZZ, UNDERGROUND POP, SOUL, AFRICAN AND BRAZILIAN MUSIC. A 2-LP FEATURING BRIGITTE FONTAINE, ARESKI, JACQUES HIGELIN, ALFRED PANOU AND BAROQUE JAZZ TRIO WITH LINER NOTES BY BENJAMIN BAROUH AND JACQUES DENIS
Wewantsounds is delighted to present the first retrospective on vinyl of Saravah Records, one of the most influential French labels founded in Paris by singer, songwriter and producer Pierre Barouh in 1966. Featuring Brigitte Fontaine, Jacques Higelin, Alfred Panou, and many rare tracks reissued on vinyl for the first time, the set gives a glimpse of the free-form, groovy sound of the label between 1965 and 1976. Supervised by Pierre Barouh’s son and Saravah historian, Benjamin Barouh, The 2-LP Gatefold set comes with a 4p insert featuring liner notes (Eng/Fr) by Benjamin plus an exclusive interview of Barouh’s partner Fernand Boruso by Jacques Denis telling fascinating anecdotes around the label.
– Double LP with Gatefold Sleeve
– 4pp Booklet featuring Liner Notes (English/French) by Benjamin Barouh and Jacques Denis
– Audio Remastered by Colorsound Studio, Paris
Pierre Barouh and the Saravah Sound – Various has been added to your bag.