ANTOINE - Where Did Everyone Go To



























ANTOINE - 'Where Did Everyone Go To' / 'Football Game' (Disques Vogue STU 42 335) 1969

Here's a very hard to find 45 in picture sleeve. This is the rare cover of the Denmark release. Maybe you don't know about Antoine?

His full name is Pierre-Antoine Muraccioli and in the mid 60s was the French answer to Donovan and Dylan. His style of protest song and loner lyrics will be of interest to the folk rock fan. He was backed on some later releases by French R'n'B punkers Les Problemes.

'Where Did Everyone Go To' finds Antoine in a reflective pop psych mode. It's an absolutely essential psycher and has the full Expo seal of approval. This cut would fit nicely on those Fading Yellow compilations.

The top side 'Football Game' is awful.

ANTOINE - Where Did Everyone Go To

Comments

  1. That is absolutely amazing, I didn't know this one! Thanks!

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  2. I agree! This one's new to me too! Thanks for sharing. Could you please add the A-side, I'm intrigue... ; )

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  3. No thanks!! it's bad, real bad.

    Even badder that Tottenham's F.A Cup song in the early 80s when Ossie Ardiles sang the cringe worthy line 'Win ze Cup for Dottingham'...

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