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19 Impeccables sutures

June 2005 EdramNation, Local Distribution

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This is but a sample of Concorde Crash. Concorde Crash is but a sample of a culture far larger than can be imagined, and which has become the spectre that haunts America.
The Concorde Crash project started off with a series of free jams welcoming any willing musician, under the supervision of Frans Ben Callado, at the late Café Ludik.
In December 2002, the first survivors of the crash (Yaschenss, Pépin and Ben Callado) decided to define their past efforts through the recording of a few compositions written by Ben Callado. Having endured various inconclusive musician transplants, they at last met the artists who were brave enough to work on the project. In January 2003 they recorded “Margarine Kasher” from a pile of music scores and the collaboration of Del Fabbro, Blouin and Hébert. This modest production enabled them to figure on the compilation “SANG 9”, an Ambiances Magnétiques release.
In August 2003, in the basement of the mythical “Christin” in Montreal, they recorded their second mini-production, “Amiantose”; this earnt them an honorable review in the “Bazooka” magazine, which specialises in emerging music.
As money does fall from the sky, in June 2005, Concorde Crash finally has the chance to cut on groove a REAL album, 19 impeccables sutures (EdramNation, Local Distribution) of which some selections will be available for free on www.concordecrash.com