25 Juin 1991 : Arnaud Viviant parle de Adolfo Bioy Casares

  Arnaud Viviant

La playlist de l'émission

113 Frightened GirlsLost At Sea
2WeaveworldDavy Jones
3The Hungry IFalling Orchard
4Huge Big And MassiveWho Wants More
5NorthsideFunky Munky
6Dr Phibes And The House Of Wax EquationsLA Woman (The Doors cover)
7StereolabThe Light That Will Cease To Fall
8SnapperDead Pictures
9SnapperPop Your Top
10Moe TuckerToo Shy (Single Version)
11The Fleshtones3 Fevers
12Ned's Atomic DustbinThrowing Things
13The PopgunsLightning
14SlowdiveCatch The Breeze
16PresenceAll I See
17Siouxsie And The BansheesShadowtime
18The Pale SaintsPorpoise

Écoutez C’est Lenoir du 25 juin 1991 avec Arnaud Viviant

Au programme :
– 2 titres de Snapper, un groupe Néo-Zélandais,
– 1 titre de Presence, le groupe de Lol Tolhurst, batteur puis clavier des Cure
– 1 titre de Northside, le repérage FNAC de la semaine
et 13 autres titres à découvrir.

Les vidéos des morceaux

In 1990, 13FG recorded the single, "LOST AT SEA", produced by Pat Fish of "The Jazz Butcher". About a year or so later signed to Steven Street's Foundation Label. "LOST AT SEA" was pressed as a 12" only, with "HOUSE OF MIRRORS" and the lush "MOVE IN ME" on the B-side.
This music video was filmed by Dave Freak (and thankfully financed by Pat Fish) for "LOST AT SEA" which was eventually aired on the "100% Show" in the UK.

Also, special thanks to Richard Crawford for taking the photo for our 12" single 'Lost at Sea'.

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