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A mixtape with ErikM, Jac Berrocal, Ghédalia Tazartès, Michel Doneda, Ryoji Ikeda, Leafcutter John … features one extract of the superdisque album on sub rosa
Gonzo Circus is a magazine about underground music. It comes regularly with a bonus CD. This one includes a track from superdisque, the album on Sub Rosa by Jac Berrocal , David Fenech and Ghédalia Tazartès.
A compilation of French musicians where generations meet. with Daevid Allen (Gong) , Pascal Comelade, Pierre Bastien… and a long version of Joy Divisé, played live in Spain with Jac Berrocal and Ghédalia Tazartès. David Fenech has also mixed the tracks by Daevid Allen + Klimperei and Jo Thirion + Mme Patate for this album.
Superdisque is the one and only album of the French trio formed by David Fenech (electric guitar) with Jac Berrocal (trumpet) and Ghédalia Tazartès (vocals). Out on CD / LP / limited edition Gold Vinyle LP on Sub Rosa.
abstracks is a compilation tape edited by rainier lericolais for his exhibition at le confort moderne, poitiers, france. limited edition of 100. uses one track of the david fenech + jac berrocal + ghédalia tazartès trio.
In January 2010, David Fenech, Jac Berrocal and Ghédalia Tazartès played live from “La Maison de la Radio” in Paris. This recording was selected for the French contribution for a compilation of a selection of best moments from the “art’s birthday events” between 2005 and 2010. This CD is released by the European Broadcast Union and includes tracks with Markus Popp (Oval), Jaap Blonk, Kaffe Matthews, etc.
compilation around the music of pascal comelade. includes very good tracks by pierre bastien, faust, jac berrocal, laurent chambert, toupidek limonade, general alcazar, otomo yoshihide. cover by willem.
french musician falter bramnk has made a sound portrait of a bunch of musicians. including fred frith, jac berrocal, luc ferrari, john greaves, catherine jauniaux, frederic le junter, berangere maximin, jean francois pauvros. david fenech welcomes the sound reporter into his own home studio. enjoy the making of “polochon battle”