Troupeau Bleu” is the 1st and most famous album which had been recorded by the French Jazz-Funk band legend, Cortex. The obscure French jazz group that's been a favorite of funky collectors for years!
Reissued last in 2008 by Underdog Records, it’s now back in stock in a final limited repressing of 500 copies, reissued by Trad Vibe Records under official license from Alain Mion.
In 1974, Alain Mion, Alain Gandolfi & Jeff Huttner formed the mythical band, Cortex, who then recorded several LPs, including the legendary “Troupeau Bleu”.
“Troupeau Bleu”, recorded in 2 days in july 1975, is a real musical U.F.O, an unclassifiable record, a mixing of thousand flavours, the kind of records you will discover listening after listening.
The result is a stunning electric groove with a feeling that's really fresh, nice and warm, and funky in all the right parts!
Bass by Jean Grevet
Drums, Vocals by Alain Gandolfi
Engineer by Guy Boyer
Guitar by Jean-Claude D'Agostini
Percussion by Jo Pucheu
Piano, Vocals by Alain Mion
Saxophone [Alto] by Alain Labib
Vocals by Mireille Dalbray
|5.||Prélude À 'Go Round'|
|7.||Chanson D'Un Jour D'Hiver|
|8.||Mary Et Jeff|
|9.||Huit Octobre 1971|
|10.||Sabbat [1ère Partie]|
|11.||Sabbat [2ème Partie]|
|12.||Sabbat [3ème Partie]|