Titi Robin
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Titi Robin


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Luth et Tabla (Playa Sound 1986)
An Henchou Treuz (Ocora Radio-France 1989)
An Tri beur (Auvidis/Silex 1991)
Gitans (Auvidis/Silex 1993)
Le regard nu (Auvidis/Silex 1996)
Payo Michto (Auvidis/Silex 1997)
Kali Gadji (Auvidis/Silex 1998)
Un ciel de cuivre (Naïve 2000)
Rakhi (Naïve 2002)
B.O du film « LA MENTALE » (Naïve 2002)
Alezane (Naïve 2004)
Ces vagues que l'amour soulève (Naïve, oct 2005)
Anita!/Jivula (Naïve, nov 2006)
Kali Sultana (Naïve, nov 2008)



A career spanning 25 years, 800 live performances, quite 120,000 records sold

Titi Robin is a self-taught musician born at the end of the Fifties in the West of France. He built his personal musical universe by borrowing instinctively from various musical sources: India, North Africa, his two main sources of influence being the Gypsy and Eastern cultures.
These two communities welcomed him warmly, the French mainstream music world not understanding his approach at the time. Community celebrations were a way for him to test the validity of his original approach of music, taking his inspiration from these strong traditions without ever simply copying them. His two main masters at the time are flamenco “cantaor” Camaron de la Isla and Iraqi ‘oud master Munir Bachir.
Titi Robin is a special artist. “World music” is a category he does not accept. Combining music from different parts of the world has no value in itself, but represents a reality, his reality. The main point is to find the best way to translate the feeling at the heart of creation and the artistic form that can express it, be it in a purely traditional style or by transforming established codes.
Titi Robin chose to follow his own personal road, with a constant and authenticity.